Stand up for the leggings. Stand up for the leggings is life klan. It's not a fad, it's a way of lyf.. mmh' BE COMPLETED way LEAVE. r. iri. tfr" l brake: Stl te leggings School Rules rebel teens girls White girls
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Stand up for the leggings

Stand up for the leggings. Stand up for the leggings is life klan. It's not a fad, it's a way of lyf.. mmh' BE COMPLETED way LEAVE. r. iri. tfr" l brake: Stl te

Stand up for the leggings is life klan. It's not a fad, it's a way of lyf.

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User avatar #6 - therealtjthemedic (06/11/2014) [+] (30 replies)
Woah, what a badass. Breaking rules, how edgy.
#8 to #6 - comradewinter (06/11/2014) [-]
To be fair, it's a stupid rule. Leggings are not a problem anywhere else in the world, so why bother?
#27 - eddymolly (06/11/2014) [+] (8 replies)
To be fair, some people really shouldn't wear leggings
User avatar #5 - syntheticdoll (06/11/2014) [+] (5 replies)
I don't have a problem with leggings as long as not morbidly fat girls are wearing it or they are transparent.
User avatar #11 - TheHutchie (06/11/2014) [+] (8 replies)
I absolutely hate it when teachers pull this **** .

I was once kept out of English, a class I was desperately trying to pass at higher level, for a full 2 hour lesson because I turned up to school having forgotten my shirt.

I had a T-shirt underneath, so I took off the smart shirt to brush my teeth, and then put on my jacket and left. Didn't realise.

Now I was never that big on uniform (Ties were mandatory, but I only wore mine when a teacher told me to, then took it off immediately once they were out of sight) but after that day I learned to despite it in all its forms.
#33 - professorfj (06/11/2014) [+] (8 replies)
#44 - kolocktos ONLINE (06/12/2014) [+] (10 replies)
Actually, I don't think it's unreasonable for schools to require kids to dress modestly for class. When I was in high school, the dress code forbade leggings/yoga pants and short shorts for girls and sweats and athletic shorts for boys. There were requirements of tops and t-shirts as well, but I won't go into that. Like all the kids there, I hated the dress code, but looking back, it subtly instilled an understanding for how to make a first impression, and how to present yourself in a mature and professional fashion. Leggings are great wear for athletics, or a lazy day around town or at home, but not great if your going somewhere where you need to make a good impression, like work.
There's a lot people can tell about you from your appearance inb4 buttmad what follows are the automatic thoughts pretty much everyone has when they see these
Some things take time to fix:
>bad acne= hygiene issues
>fat=lazy/unmotivated/lack of self control
>athletic=motivated/dedicated/good self control
Others are pretty easy
>clean shaven or well groomed facial hair=conscientious/pays attention to detail
>good posture=not a pushover/assertive
And especially
>dressed for the occasion=respectful/mature instead of slovenly/childish
Why shouldn't kids have some menial requirement like "at least wear nice hole-less jeans, capris or a skirt" in the place where they are being taught what they'll need in the future? Dress codes aren't oppressive in any way shape or form, and in my opinion, this girl comes off as more of a snot than some sort of rebellious victim.
#1 - gayname (06/11/2014) [-]
User avatar #48 - charagrin (06/12/2014) [+] (11 replies)
BS like this bothers me. A school, company, home, or anything else can have whatever rules they want to and if you don't like it you can leave. It doesn't matter how stupid or arbitrary the rule is, if you don't like it, leave. And if you can't leave because it is the only whatever in your area, then tough luck. Follow it or **** off.

This is not an attack on anyone, I just find it stupid that people think they can dictate the rules and regulations of something they do not own or have any control over. Especially schools, granted schools aren't perfect, but they have such rules they enforce to teach you how to behave in modern society. How long do you think you will hold down a job as a nurse, doctor, cop, infantryman, or whatever if you "want to wear your own clothes" to work?
User avatar #70 - slendermanspenis (06/12/2014) [+] (15 replies)
You know what? I don't care if anybody likes this or not I honestly don't mind the look of leggings but some people have to know that leggings are NOT pants. They're meant to be worn under dresses. This little **** wouldn't be out of class and not getting education if she stuck with the rules of the school. So, she's complaining that they are stupid for sending her out because of something she wore? Well maybe if she didn't wear it in the first place it wouldn't of happened. In my highschool we weren't allowed to wear; sneakers, white socks, T-shirts, jeans, piercings, make-up we werent even allowed to dye our hair because it looks unprofessional. They want to set an example.
#78 - anonymous (06/12/2014) [+] (3 replies)
General rule of thumb is:

"Am I okay with seeing a severely obese man wearing this?"

If the answer is "No", then congratulations. You just discovered why we have dresscodes. Stupid sluts...
User avatar #85 to #78 - CrowbarNinja (06/12/2014) [-]
severely obese men look nasty no matter what they wear, or is that your point?
User avatar #64 - hotsaws (06/12/2014) [-]
What ******** rules schools enforce. Students at my highschool wore spaghetti straps, crop tops, shorts that showed the moose-knuckle and socks with bright weed leaves printed on them, up to their knees. BUT GOD FORBID YOU WEAR A ******* HAT, RIGHT? NONE of this is allowed but I get my Kermit hat taken after forgetting to take it off before school even starts and they don't say **** on booty shorts and flip flops?
#126 - okamibanshu (06/12/2014) [+] (12 replies)
....soooo, she wore the more cloth version of what her teacher was probably wearing, panty hoes. whats wrong with stockings? did they have like satanic symbols on them or something? i love em, they keep my legs warm as my hubby likes to keep the hous at mach 2 below -40
#130 to #126 - anonymous (06/12/2014) [-]
The difference being those stockings aren't the only layer of clothes in the teachers outfit. Leggings are fine, under a skirt/dress/whatever, but as the only layer of clothing it's pretty inappropriate for a school setting.
#42 - legendarysnarf (06/11/2014) [-]
there is really two sides to this idk about you but when i was in high school any girl that walked past me wearing leggings got a nice long ass-stare. it can be viewed as a distraction to teenage boys. but then again their legs are completely covered and showing no skin (which was the main thing with my highschool (short skirts or spagetti straps ect))
#37 - bakinboy ONLINE (06/11/2014) [-]
i dont do it for me, i do it   
for the booty
i dont do it for me, i do it
for the booty
#3 - slackerbro (06/11/2014) [-]
You might want to black out the people's names and signatures.
User avatar #84 - bigboyblue ONLINE (06/12/2014) [+] (1 reply)
I once got in trouble by the Vice Principal of my former high school for wearing a Scarface t-shirt. There weren't any guns or cocaine in the image, just Al Pacino smoking a cigar. Apparently that was unacceptable.
#66 - anonymous (06/12/2014) [-]
i got banned for wearing a t shirt once because the thingies on the back of my bra showed through the shirt
#52 - anonymous (06/12/2014) [-]
but what if she was a fat ass?
User avatar #32 - Awesomecarrot (06/11/2014) [+] (3 replies)
******* ridiculous.
Schools are for educating children, not allowing adults who have insecurities
feel better about themselves by exerting pointless powers over kids.
I remember I got shouted at loads because I wrote 'L.O.' on the page at the start
of lessons rather than 'Learning Objective' like we were supposed to.
It's almost like they love beating individuality out of young people. No wonder there's so much bullying these days.
#72 to #32 - anonymous (06/12/2014) [-]
And they're educating kids there is a time and a place for leggings, and an educational institution is neither the time nor the place.
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