Once again the internets has not failed in providing a heaping dose of pathetic for me to write about.
As the title states, today’s subject… Yoga Pants.
I ran across an article out there on the world-wide-web of social injustice that does a superb job of revealing the ignorance and stupidity of not only the person who wrote it, but also the teen-aged princess that wants to have her name in lights for all the world to recognize that she, among other things, got a ring in her nose!
Of course that’s never mentioned by her or the moron who wrote the article, but after reading the article I’m beginning to wonder if that wasn’t the real motive behind the protest.
The true nature of the article is that this little prima donna is… like, all in a tizzy … beeee cuzzzz … ummmm … liiiike … the school has … like … a policy? … that won’t, like … let girls wear yoga pants as … like … uh … you know? … like … pants.
Interesting item that I’d like to point out, however, is that in the article (that was poorly edited, mind you) the girl is initially quoted that her reason behind the protest is because the “Cape Cod Technical High School unfairly body-shames female students.”
And then later in the article, she states “Many of us think that it is because it’s considered more of a distraction to boys…” and then she posted “First Day = Yoga Pants! Shouldn’t have to pay…because some boys can’t ‘control’ themselves.” on her social-I-want-my-way-and-will-throw-a-temper-tantrum-until-you-give-me-what-I-want page.
Mind you . . . the school never said that yoga pants were strictly prohibited. They only recommended that if a student should happen to wear yoga pants, they should be worn under a skirt or shorts; as an accessory, not as regular pants. They also mentioned that the reason for their rule is because they, as an institution, are “attempting to help prepare students for the future, which includes giving them soft skills that employers seek, one being: awareness of appropriate dress for appropriate venues.”
Now, please understand. My personal preference is that I enjoying seeing certain women (who can pull it off) wear yoga pants because they accentuate their “assets” of which I enjoy viewing. . . HOWEVER . . . If I had a daughter, I’d do my best to make sure that she wore the yoga pants under something that would cover her area of marital visitation.
The reason is because sometimes yoga pants have a tendency to reveal outlines of areas that immature little boys (age not withstanding) will joke and talk about which can result in little girls (age also not withstanding) developing complexes over.
The truth is, wearing yoga pants can’t be pulled off by every girl/woman/lady out there. It’s like spandex biker shorts on men…some guys just have WAYYY too much package to wear that kind of thing in public and it just shouldn’t be done!
Actually…side note: Men! It’s never okay to wear spandex biker/running shorts as just shorts. That’s just wrong on so many levels. I don’t care what the Nike slogan says, just DON’T do it.
wow! … okay … so, where was I?
blah…blah…blah…yoga pants, spandex biker shorts are pathetic.