8.07.2006

I'm Calling the ACLU!

24 comments:

Anonymous said...

I always call the ACLU when I'm offended also. And boy do I call them alot.

mzchief said...

I wonder when schools are truly going to do something about the butt cleavage flashed by both males and females.

If you ever find yourself sitting in open backed chairs and are behind a male who wears his trousers so low slung that they pull down his boxers when he sits or a female whose pants are so low they slid down her butt when she sits you will understand the true meaning of personal restraint. You have NO idea how many times I have managed to resist the urge to flick pennies into the exhibitionists’ exposed butt cleavage.

Anonymous said...

I was told that they are also tightening up on the dress codes of the teachers in regards to their cleavage showing.....

Anonymous said...

UNIFORMS !!!!!

Collectionsite said...

mzchief ... You are to Funny :)

Be care-full on "Flicking" pennies because that is how it starts ...

Next you will be "Cramming" ones up some guys G-String on a hot Saturday night at...

"Local Talent Night at Frilly's"

I just hope it isn't Barry's ... that's a visual I do not want to think about ;)

mzchief said...

To collectionsite...
EEEEWWWWWWW!
Thank goodness I was planning on skipping lunch today!

Anonymous said...

I do know that when I was in high school, which wasn't too long ago, we had a teacher who would stand at her door with a ruler to measure the length of shorts. The distraction of her sending the students to the office wasted more class time than the girl in the short shorts. I do agree that there has to be limitations set but they also need to worry more about educating the kids who are there to learn. I graduated from high school with "Honors" for whatever thats worth and when I arrived in college I learned I knew nothing about writing a paper. I was truly amazed by what I didn't know.

Anonymous said...

I remember when I was in high school in Decatur, we had this really really really hot english teacher/coach. The last day of my senior year she wore a catholic school girl dress and played twister with us. It was freaking awesome.

browneyes1428 said...

mzchief- once again you have made me laugh!:)

Anonymous said...

is this what is really important today? we dont pay our teachers crap and the education system in texas sucks, and we are worrying about boobies? last year it was cheerleader skirts.

about about TAKS scores, can we fix those please?

Anonymous said...

But Ann Richards said the lottery would fix our education sytstem and allow us to pay teachers more.

Anonymous said...

Anon 12:46,
I beg to differ. If the education system is so bad, why is the Federal Government trying to model a nationwide assessment test- BASED on the TAKS test? If you don't like it, move to South Carolina, Louisiana, heck-Oklahoma. I bet the education system is MUCH better over there. Yeah right..

greta said...

I do think that children should not be showing cleavage or butt cracks. But, it is sometimes difficult to avoid in todays times with the way the clothes are made.

Anonymous said...

First of all, I taught in Decatur and while most of teachers I work with may not look like they just stepped off a Parisian catwalk, everyone always dressed appropriately. I get so sick and tired of people trying to run teachers down. We get no respect. People can say what they want but MONEY drives respect in today's world. If we were paid according to our education background in comparison to other PROFESSIONALS (yes we are professionals not glorified volunteers)then maybe the teaching profession could be choosier about who they allow in its ranks. As for the gal that dressed in a Catholic school girl uniform and played twister...what a joke...don't even believe that.

Anonymous said...

It is very easy to find appropriate and inexpensive clothing. "Today's society" is a lame excuse used mostly by lazy parents or parents that have made poor choices themselves and now are so stressed, overworked, underfunded and hopeless that they offer little time and energy to their kids. And kids need the help. Tough out there with peer pressure, hormones firing up, haves and have nots, zits, you name it. Lots of kids with no support systems, they turn to acceptance and "love" wherever they can get it. And I think in the middle of it are the poor teachers. Caught in the crossfire between bad parenting and the kids that result.

Anonymous said...

Well said 3:15!!!

Anonymous said...

That's it. I am founding my own special interest group, AACHU (pronounced a-choo).

Americans Against Cleavage Haters Unite.

Meetings every other Tuesday night at the First Baptist Church in Decatur.

Our first field trip will be to Hooters in Grapevine where we will nominate this year's leaders.

Anonymous said...

Well said 3:46. The pink nosed puppy will not be discriminated against in our lifetime.

Hey, I know. Get a lawyer involved and maybe you can extort some money for your new found passion.

greta said...

ANON 3:15

I am not a lazy parent nor am I a parent who has made poor choices. Heck, I'm not even a parent.

Anonymous said...

"hot E N G L I S H teacher"????
no way.... no such thing!
WHEN was that? uh?

OuttaDecatur04 said...

3:02,
No it is not a joke. I know exactly what that person is talking about. That specific coach taught me when I was a junior about 3 years ago. She taught anatomy, meteorology and coached an athletic team at DHS. Need I say more, I might as well be giving away her name. If you were a male student at DHS at the time, you would know who I am talking about. All I can say is she is HOT!

greta said...

Thank You outtadecatur04 for clarifying that for us.

Anonymous said...

So, which did she teach? One of you said "English" the other said "anatomy and meteorology"! Don't you DHS kids know what subject is what?

Anonymous said...

9:18,
It depends on what year. A lot of the coaches teach different subjects. It is possible she went from subject to another.