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    My workplace just updated the dress code to ban yoga pants / leggings

    This morning HR sent out an updated dress code saying women can no longer wear just yoga pants/leggins to work. They can wear them but they need to be covered by a dress, skirt, shorts etc.

    I am normally not one for supporting rules like this but the damned yoga pants on fat women thing has been giving me a tumor over the last year.

    I am to the point where I start wondering what a bag full of tuna and wet cardboard smells like whenever I see a large woman wearing them.

    Praise jeebus, the hell is over!!!

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    Re: My workplace just updated the dress code to ban yoga pants / leggings

    Where do you get these gifs?! They're hilarious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil View Post
    Where do you get these gifs?! They're hilarious.
    Google of course. I am not patient or experienced enough to write as profoundly as some on here so I might as well be of some use and provide some cheap and easy humor.

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    Re: My workplace just updated the dress code to ban yoga pants / leggings

    I LOL'd at this post. No one wants to be eating lunch in the cafeteria when some ham beast in Yoga pants walks by. That's gross. That would be like me trying to pull off wearing those stupid pink skinny jeans that all the gays and metrosexuals wear here at my office. At least I have the self-awareness to avoid this fashion faux pas... the lard asses have no such awarenesss. They just want us "deal with it" because they can be sexy at any size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Foley View Post
    That would be like me trying to pull off wearing those stupid pink skinny jeans that all the gays and metrosexuals wear here at my office.
    No, I think this would be the male equivalent.


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    Re: My workplace just updated the dress code to ban yoga pants / leggings

    I just f***ing love it when the corporate world slaps liberal-feminism "I can wear what I want wherever I want to" mantra cleanly upside the head. I also love it that at the (unfortunate) expense of seeing nice legs in yoga pants one no longer has to endure elephant legs in yoga pants sported by land whales who probably don't do very much yoga... hahaha.
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    Re: My workplace just updated the dress code to ban yoga pants / leggings

    I have had to tell subordinate that what they're wearing is inappropriate from time to time - both with the Army reserve and at my full-time civilian job. It helps that we have an explicit written dress code in each institution that I can lean on. Usually there are rules, but they're just not enforced. Well... I'm known to enforce 'em.
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    Re: My workplace just updated the dress code to ban yoga pants / leggings

    But my codpiece is still ok - right?

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    Re: My workplace just updated the dress code to ban yoga pants / leggings

    Quote Originally Posted by Ivan Drago View Post
    No, I think this would be the male equivalent.

    Ok, now THAT's just disturbing!

    (Are they wearing pantyhose?)
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    Re: My workplace just updated the dress code to ban yoga pants / leggings

    Quote Originally Posted by Unboxxed View Post
    (Are they wearing pantyhose?)
    Looks like the thong-thing would not be able to contain their package without pantyhose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie Willers View Post
    Looks like the thong-thing would not be able to contain their package without pantyhose.
    The word is "mankini".

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    Re: My workplace just updated the dress code to ban yoga pants / leggings

    I can see my big-50 corp banning yoga pants. For the most part, women police themselves with those. If the same company has an image statement to where I have to keep my hair cut above my collar, they sure as hell should ban women who look naked from the waist down, I can see every curve, just in a different color. I've denatured myself in the workplace of seeing women sexually... just make my job a little easier by not dressing like a ho
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    Re: My workplace just updated the dress code to ban yoga pants / leggings

    Banning yoga pants, sounds like a victory for men's eyes at your workplace. After all we know most women should stay at least a mile away from a pair of those.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ATLien View Post
    I can see every curve, just in a different color.
    And sometimes, the same color.


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    Re: My workplace just updated the dress code to ban yoga pants / leggings

    It can go the other way too. I worked in a power plant many years ago. The work force was maybe 98% male. One of the women that worked there worked on the plant manager's staff in the Administrative building outside the fence and at the top of the hill. This woman was a married 30 something mother of at least two and IIRC 3 kids that had been a swim team member in high school. She had kept the figure. One casual wear style at the time was called a cat suit. It was made of low grade (thin) t-shirt material (white, to translucent) usually with cute pictures of cats on the top (hence the name). The bottoms were a second skin and <1 mil thick. The top was usually a loose t-shirt that went down to about mid butt. In this case the top was gathered tight by a brooch at her waist. She came walking through my work area in the late morning. It was quite obvious that there was nothing under that cat suit but her. Apparently her work required a thorough tour of the plant. Nothing was accomplished by the male staff for the rest of the day. I last saw her that day walking up the hill, with the plant manager behind her. Within minutes of my seeing that there was a plant wide email announcing a new dress code that banned cat suits such as she had worn. She was sent home to put on something appropriate under the new dress code.

    A similar situation arose on the refueling floor a few months later. This was a nuclear plant so the bulk of the work on the refueling floor was in a contaminated zone. That meant that workers had to change into what we called anti-Cs in a changing room, enter the zone, complete their tasks, and then exit at the step off pad, stripping off the anti-Cs to leave them in the zone, while they were scanned for radioactive contamination. Most of us guys stripped down to just boxers, or tighty whiteys, and our shoes before putting on the anti-Cs as it was quite hot and any contaminated clothing was forfeit. In this case there was a really well built female GE engineer providing support services on GE provided fuel. When she stripped off the anti-Cs at the exit point on the refueling floor the only things she was wearing underneath were a black lace thong and a black lace front latched bra. The latch of the bra got caught in the Velcro of the ant-Cs and the bra was pulled off and left inside the zone when she stepped onto the step off pad for screening. She was very well endowed, and young, so there was very little sag. Needless to say the scanning for contamination was thorough, and took a great deal of time. She seemed to have no problem with this process, was quite cooperative, and was in no hurry to get back to the women’s dressing room. Once again little to no work was accomplished for the rest of the day. The next day there was a new policy and the company provided t-shirts and shorts that had to be worn under the anti-Cs. Which was a shame as the crew had put up viewing stands near the step off pad overnight.

    So, a dress code can giveth, but it can also taketh away.
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    Re: My workplace just updated the dress code to ban yoga pants / leggings

    In a related incident at the same location a female administrative aid to the midnight shift senior reactor operator (shift manager) was caught in the parking lot giving a guard a BJ. She was placed on administrative leave (with pay) for the rest of the week. The following Monday she had a new job at corporate headquarters. We all agreed that, although managment was incompetent in many respects, you could not deny that they recognized talent when they saw it.

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    Re: My workplace just updated the dress code to ban yoga pants / leggings

    Quote Originally Posted by Mikediver View Post
    Which was a shame as the crew had put up viewing stands near the step off pad overnight.
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    Re: My workplace just updated the dress code to ban yoga pants / leggings

    Proper workouts are worthwhile because you will get a strong and fit body. I am also thinking to start yoga sessions but will need proper gear. I've been looking for some low cost stuff. Someone suggested purchasing new balance shoes and alo leggings along with tops. Can you review the stuff from these brands as well?

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    Re: My workplace just updated the dress code to ban yoga pants / leggings

    Quote Originally Posted by Mikediver View Post
    In a related incident at the same location a female administrative aid to the midnight shift senior reactor operator (shift manager) was caught in the parking lot giving a guard a BJ. She was placed on administrative leave (with pay) for the rest of the week. The following Monday she had a new job at corporate headquarters. We all agreed that, although managment was incompetent in many respects, you could not deny that they recognized talent when they saw it.
    I wonder how much the guard paid her for that BJ?
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