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Dress code issue

Posted Monday, August 24, 2009, at 10:20 PM

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I think there are good and bad about the dress code.

I like the idea of pants worn with a belt to hold them up, I like the tucked in shirts.

You can tell I am an older person, being clean hair combed and clothes with out holes seames to be a good dress code to me.

I think we have all let our selves go and don't have or get the respect we use to.

I guess girls use to try to impress boys with their clothes on. Boys did to with there cars, rolled up one time shirt sleeves and opening the door for their favorite girl.

Oh for the good ole days.

-- Posted by Wilderness 68 on Mon, Aug 31, 2009, at 3:56 PM


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