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November 17, 2011 / fivehundredeightysixsqft

Why you shouldn’t wear sweatpants to class everyday…

I go to a private university, which is primarily attended by females. It’s mainly a teaching and nursing school so there are many more women then men. With that being said, I see a large amount of my fellow students wearing sweatpants. Not once in a while, but every single day. While this would not bother most people, I really don’t think these students understand the underlying problem with wearing lounge gear every day.

  • When you refuse to put on real clothes, people will judge you as lazy. Yeah, that elastic waistband is great, but do you really need to wear it all the time?
  • While most professors shrug it off, some do not appreciate it. They had to put on real clothes and come to class, why shouldn’t you?
  • Your classmates do not need to know what kind of underwear you have on. Put it away.  Although yoga pants are ‘super comfy’ you can definitely see any lines through them.
  • When you actually graduate from college, you will have to wake up early and put on real clothes to go to a real job. Right now your job is graduating.
I’m not trying to say you can never wear sweatpants to class, everyone has those days. But doing it everyday it just lazy.
p.s. Jean sweatpants are also lazy: lazy and ugly.

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  1. essentialingredient / Nov 17 2011 9:51 am

    i know it’s crazy. i have a “real job” as a manager at the gym, yet i attend class. i sometimes go to class in my work “real world” clothes which consist of me having to dress up in heels & a dress. the students look at me like im nuts and always ask “why are you so dressed up?” while they are sitting they looking like they just rolled out of bed. i’d like to act professional when trying to get references from my professors, thank you very much. 🙂

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