By bitty - / Tuesday 11 January 2011 14:45 / United States
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By  HomeAl0ne  |  20

You need to keep them abreast of your condition. I suspect you've already made two points about how cold it is that should stand up well to scrutiny. They probably just can't put their finger on them.

OK, I'm done.

  ChibiChibi_fml  |  22

I imagine when she picked the outfit she didn't expect construction workers to be leaving open the door by her cubicle. It is usually perfectly fine to be in a dress if you know that you are going to be inside a, presumably, heated building all day. The few minutes that it takes a person to cross a parking lot to their car is not usually so bad as to cause major problems.

  Sikk33  |  0

So, I have this philosophy about females and cold weather when me and my friends go out.. "If it's 40 or below, and your in a skirt? your a dedicated hoe." maybe you should change your attire up a bit ehh?? whether if it's for class or the club, I believe it's a little too cold for a dress ma'am..

  AgentP44  |  9

72- I'm a girl and have live in the North East my entire life. Today it was maybe 34 degrees and I wore a strapless dress because I was meeting up with my cousin who I have not seen in a while and I wanted to look nice. But since we are talking about theory's I have one about guys. If a guy is judging a girls clothing based on weather and how that reflects on their personality then that guy is probably a 30 something year old douche living with his parents. Oh look at that you for right into that category :-)

  ChibiChibi_fml  |  22

Walking to one's car or from the car into a building doesn't generally take long enough that wearing a dress in cold weather is going to be a major issue. You don't dress for short in between times, you dress for wear you are spending the majority of your time. Also you have no right to call anyone and idiot if you are going to do things like type "walkin", "ur", or "goin".

By  Kerry_Joy  |  0

With all the layoffs most companies have had, I bet there's an open cubicle somewhere in your office away from the open door. Why don't you ask your supervisor if you can move for the day. If nothing is available, ask your supervisor what can be done to rectify this situation. If you sup isn't as brainless and heartless as a tin lion, she/he should have a workable solution for you.

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