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Grooming and fashion in law school?

Julie Fern

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Re: Grooming and fashion in law school?
« Reply #30 on: January 16, 2005, 10:16:48 AM »
About this pajama thing. Are you people serious? People actually wear pajamas to class? If I catch one person wearing pajamas to any of my classes, I will immediately write a letter to the Dean of Students and will pursue all other necessary administrative recourse.

What kind of person would have such disregard for their school, classmates and professors, that they would walk into class with pajamas? Disgraceful.

In fact, I will draft this letter before I start the semester, so it will be ready to go. I'm not in any way joking about this. I have no tolerance for such anti-social disregard.

Are you kidding me? Where are you applying? I now actually want to go to the same school as you, go to class in PJs every day and kick your arse in every course. Jesus, yet another pretentious idiot going in to law, exactly what we need...

you continue to have unsuspected depth.

twarga

Re: Grooming and fashion in law school?
« Reply #31 on: January 16, 2005, 10:20:07 AM »
I, for one, wear combat boots (and little else) to bed, so if we're all wearing our jammies to class, watch out!

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Re: Grooming and fashion in law school?
« Reply #32 on: January 16, 2005, 10:20:48 AM »
If I'm writing a non-anonymous letter to the Dean, I obviously don't care if I make enemies of pajama wearers. Sacrificing socially important behavior for your personal advancement (using that hour to study instead of groom) is the definition of anti-social. In my opinion such anti-social disregard is the root cause of our world's biggest problem: terrorism. I for one will be fighting that attitude, even in its infancy. If your parents didn't know enough, or care enough about you, to teach you social skills, I'll do it for them.

In addition, I asked that this thread be reserved for students who like to be groomed and fashionable. If you don't like grooming and fashion then please leave this thread.

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Re: Grooming and fashion in law school?
« Reply #33 on: January 16, 2005, 10:22:22 AM »
Damn, that made me laugh. 

I, for one, wear combat boots (and little else) to bed, so if we're all wearing our jammies to class, watch out!

twarga

Re: Grooming and fashion in law school?
« Reply #34 on: January 16, 2005, 10:23:39 AM »
Well, that's a relief... while I'm in Iraq this summer fighting terrorism (if my orders come through), it'll be comforting to know that you are on the homefront, fighting it's "root cause."   ::)

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Re: Grooming and fashion in law school?
« Reply #35 on: January 16, 2005, 10:23:53 AM »
come to think of it, goodadvice, you really also should have letters ready on variety of other fashion offenses:

1.failure to accessorize.
2. failure to match
3. white shoes after labor day.
4. big hair.
5. small hair.
6. clothes from wal-mart.
7. t-shirts with profanity (especially "makin'-bacon" shirts, which set standard for the genre).
8. shirts with liberal political messages.
9. women who "go natural."
10. men who don't.

later, we can talk about rules against stealing boyfriends and disrespecting our government.  what fun!

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Re: Grooming and fashion in law school?
« Reply #36 on: January 16, 2005, 10:24:37 AM »
Wearing PJs to class is the source of terrorism. You heard it here!

Yet another retarded wingnut. This board is getting overrun by them, getting scarier and scarier...

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Re: Grooming and fashion in law school?
« Reply #37 on: January 16, 2005, 10:28:04 AM »
come to think of it, goodadvice, you really also should have letters ready on variety of other fashion offenses:

(1) failure to accessorize.

(2) failure to match

(3) white shoes after labor day.

(4) big hair.

(5) small hair.

(6) clothes from wal-mart.

(7) t-shirts with profanity (especially "makin'-bacon" shirts, which set standard for the genre).

(8) t-shirts with liberal political messages.

(9) women who "go natural."

(10) men who don't.

later, we can talk about stealing boyfriends and disrespecting our government.  what fun!

There is a difference between the above, and walking into class showerless, in pajamas and sandles, unkempt hair and with odor.

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Re: Grooming and fashion in law school?
« Reply #38 on: January 16, 2005, 10:30:08 AM »
I, for one, wear combat boots (and little else) to bed, so if we're all wearing our jammies to class, watch out!

you one happenin' soldier.  (and julie just has to ask:  boots give traction, or what?)

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Re: Grooming and fashion in law school?
« Reply #39 on: January 16, 2005, 10:32:47 AM »
If I'm writing a non-anonymous letter to the Dean, I obviously don't care if I make enemies of pajama wearers. Sacrificing socially important behavior for your personal advancement (using that hour to study instead of groom) is the definition of anti-social. In my opinion such anti-social disregard is the root cause of our world's biggest problem: terrorism. I for one will be fighting that attitude, even in its infancy. If your parents didn't know enough, or care enough about you, to teach you social skills, I'll do it for them.

In addition, I asked that this thread be reserved for students who like to be groomed and fashionable. If you don't like grooming and fashion then please leave this thread.

this starting to sound like flamebait to julie (although good flambait, not get julie wrong).

alternative interpretation:  that stick even bigger than huge, it positively bunyanesque.