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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Qacer, May 18, 2004.
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13 year old girl sent home for showing too much cleavage
what is the world coming to....
Sheesh, talk about bad. Stupid Real Media files and crappy slideshow That said, there's nothing wrong with that dress.....Then again, it is a Catholic school.
She developed quickly for a 13-year old, but that dress wasn't that bad.
Those are some large ta-tas. Especially for a 13-year old LOL.
And no I'm not a pedo, but I'd do her ITB... in a few... years.
People shouldn't be stupid. It's the 'Holy Family Catholic School' not Central High.
That happened at my school, minus the news coverage. The girls were just asked to put on their PE uniforms if the clothing was unacceptable. No, it wasnt a catholic school or anything like that. Just a small school in a hick town.
EDIT: no one got sent home from 8th grade graduation... but still, happened all the time
"I don't think nothing is wrong with the dress." She's obviously an illiterate hoebag.
yea shes definitely well developed.
Windows media version also available.
She sure is mature for her age. And that dress does make her look..."big". But then, I guess many of us dont know about teenage girl fashion and what the new story said about dropping lines may be true.
I thought the dress was ok but since the school is religous and they've chosen to send her there and the fact that a letter was sent home stating "no cleavage" I'd say the parents haven't got a leg to stand on here.
catholic school, the mother doesn't have a leg to stand on with re. lawsuit...
Seconded. What are they teaching kids in seventh grade?
The rules said no cleavage. She showed cleavage and broke the rules. What's the problem?
I agree with the school.
Do you have any idea how hard it is to get hormonally charged males to pay attention to their school work when they're trying to see the cleavage of the girl next to them?
That's what I was thinking...minus the hoebag part.
The problem is that the Catholic school (and Catholics in general, judging by the commentary on the story on the website) is far, far too morally uptight about sexuality and the human body. But that's their problem, not mine.
But that's the basis of a religious school. If the parents wanted their kid to go to a school that wasn't uptight about that sort of thing then the kid should have been sent to a public school.
Obviously this mother needs to send her kid to a public school.
I tend to agree.
NOT the same dress. :roll: However, at 13!? Christ the school is RIGHT. Put on a sweater.
Not to mention the teachers!
- the "hoebag", comment I agree.
While I agree that the cleavage was not showing too much, I have to agree that rules are rules. It's a private institution and you have to abide by THEIR rules. Don't like it? No one forced you to attend their school. Even if you brought in a lawyer, you can't win cause the contract has already been signed when they enrolled into that institution. If you can't follow rules then you get sent home...simple as that.
she's 13 not going on 30