Why do They Homeschool? Skinny Jeans.

Okay, mark this as yet another reason a family can give to homeschool.  This mom decided to pull her son out of public school after he got sent home for violating the dress code by wearing skinny jeans.  Also banned?  Checked shirts.

Seriously?  Yeah, I might give up on that system too.  🙂


3 thoughts on “Why do They Homeschool? Skinny Jeans.

  1. You know what I think is funny about this, is it’s like skinny jeans just fell from the sky five years ago, and nobody had ever heard of them before that!
    I remember wearing skin-tight jeans that I had to LIE DOWN on my bed to zip up, they were tight all the way down to our ankles back in the 80s. Then we got jeans made of stretchy denim, which accented everything but at least you could breathe 🙂
    Personally, I have more of a problem with jeans that sag so much you can see the kids’ boxers and butt.
    One more reason to homeschool…
    .-= Karen´s last blog ..Part One: I Am Thankful For… =-.


  2. Yes, I remember skinny jeans, too! Where I grew up, we wore tight jeans and big, baggy t-shirts. It was a great look with our GIANT permed-and-sprayed hairstyles.

    I honestly don’t know how I feel about this article. Kids should absolutely be able to express themselves and their individuality. On the other hand, if everybody’s wearing the same thing, it’s not a matter of self-expression–they’re just a flock of sheep following a trend.

    I have to say, when I saw what some ELEMENTARY girls were wearing to school this year, I was shocked. I’m so glad that my kids don’t care about “fashion” yet–I hope it lasts!
    .-= Sparklee´s last blog ..A Super Awesome Book Report =-.


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