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Recently retired! I can dress any darn way I want!
Fun fact: What's the difference between a stripper and a prostitute?
About 50 bucks.
Stay at home mom! It's way harder than working in banking ever was!!!
Why is the uniform option preceded by "Um"? I can't fight fire in suit and tie or business casual. :/
2:25am. lots of stripper/nude models online! "how YOU doin'" ;)
As the only male to have worked in our library EVER (since 1937), the boss lady said it was okay to wear shorts since the rest of the staff can wear a skirt. My wife thinks I have one of the greatest jobs out there, and I KNOW I do! I'm the IT Manager & Media Relations person!
Retired (meaning I have outlived my usefulness but have not had the good grace to die yet) so I don't HAVE to dress. SO I DON'T. I mean I DON'T DRESS - AT ALL! Domestic nudist, that's me. Swim in backyard pool naked. Even go to the door naked. Once went to door and it was three Jehovah's Witness ladies. Stuck head around door and told 'em I wasn't dressed for company. They still wanted to come in and visit. Once they got in they got a big surprise. Excused themselves quickly. Haven't had a visit from JWs in over a year. Who knew it was THAT simple to get shed of those folks.
Retired, so its golf shirt and shorts most days I can play. When I was working, it was jeans all the time. Nice thing about working in software development. (20 years ago it was suit and tie, but that's how things have changed)
BelyndaG wrote:Recently retired! I can dress any darn way I want!
Yes indeed, dress any we want, I like balls a##
T-shirt, shorts, sandals or sneakers.
I work for a software company - unless clients are coming to the office or I am going to a client site, very casual casual is the ticket.
bare feet, shorts. t-shirt
The only restrictions we have at my job are related to how much leg, stomach or breast you can show. And shoulders, though I don't really understand that one. We don't even have to wear shoes at our desks.
Is it stripping if you never get dressed in the first place? Working from home usually means I don't get dressed until after quitting time...
Really depends on the day! Sometimes slacks, tennis shoes and a polo. Jeans and a button up shirt, or a suit and tie!
Casual. I work from home, so I'm usually either in jeans or yoga pants.
What the hell.. the one time I actually wanted to answer the "other" category so I could say I work in my pj's and bunny slippers from home and you don't put it down?
I'm usually in sweats all day, I work from home. I get dressed up to go work out haha but even my gym and gym equipment are all at home. Sometimes I don't leave my house for 10 days. I live in a cabin in the mountains, on a river. So all in all it isn't too bad.
Divamatrix wrote:What the hell.. the one time I actually wanted to answer the "other" category so I could say I work in my pj's and bunny slippers from home and you don't put it down?
Ditto! ... So I choose the last category - what the heck, as long as we don't have video conferencing nobody cares what we're each wearing.
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