In the past, we've talked about the importance of buttiquette when there's little maneuvering space on an airplane, for example. Recently, we've seen another version of poor buttiquette, women and girls wearing the shortest of shorts during their travels.
There's nothing wrong with dressing comfortably since air travel has become so uncomfortable lest you're traveling on a private jet or scraped up enough mileage to get upgraded.
But short shorts? There is nothing more unattractive than when they get all bunched up in the crotch area. We shudder to think of what the ramifications of wearing underwear-like garments could mean to others who sit in that seat afterward. (You don't really think that seats are sanitized do you?) Okay, this is getting gross, and gross we're not.
Is it time to consider a dress code for travel before we see yellow polka dot bikinis on board? We're just wondering.
Agreed, short shorts are so obviously inappropriate for anything but standing up taking a photo. Yet this seems to have missed some people so maybe there should be wardrobe guidelines for travelers. That way everyone can be spared from being grossed out by body tmi.
I laughed so hard and then cringed at the thought of croch germs. yuk!
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