Discussion in 'Picture Threads Archive' started by Synsensa, May 24, 2018.
Lots of the shallow appearance-centric people out there are guys, too.
It's an increasing problem, certainly, but their standards are largely men-imposed.
What other choices are available to you? Is it just this?
Well… there's always freelanceTak on LinkedIn.
Oh, and I have to make a new thread.
It's way more social class/category based than gendered, near as I can tell.
Women can quite easily wear boot cut jeans, undershirts, and flannels around like I do if they want. They all come with useful pockets, and they can take a purse/bag with them while they do it. Now, they might not want to or pay the social cost of flying a particular social flag*, but that's class pressure as much as anything. Also might not be accepted at their place of employment, but again, it's hard to argue that's anything other than class enforcement.
*Haircut and boot style changes the category of trite stupid first level impression significantly.
I've totally been in your situation before, when I needed a job while I was waiting for something else, and I found it was okay doing something I knew wouldn't have any other opportunities or something. I felt tided over like you say, but I feel I also learned some things, and even when it's miserable it's nice knowing it's not forever, right? If you decide to do that, I hope everything works out for you, and congratulations on earning your degree.
I put biscuits in there. And then forget that I put biscuits in there, and sit on them.
0/10, not recommended.
Why would you store edibles on your butt to begin with?
At no point have I claimed to be in control of my actions.
I put my wallet in the back pocket all the time. Back when I had more hair, also a comb. These always worked well in back pockets.
You were a greaser, weren't you?!
Nah, that's before your time.
Or was it?
Too young for greaser. But the other parts never went away. Back in the 70s and 80s most boys had long hair.
Here we are
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