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Power dressing: taking it to the next level!

I've never bothered too much with the whole power-dressing concept...

My jackets were usually too big/long on me... what do you expect when so many of the clothes found off the rack seemed to be made for anorexics??!! ... tall(er) anorexics!

I'd usually be found with a long-sleeved blouse and pants (later, it became looser blouses/shirts that I could wear without tucking in, aaaaah, so easy to cover an expanded waistline, teeehee!).

What brought this on? This Yahoo!News article HERE, about someone who unknowingly took the "power dressing" concept to a totally NEW level!

This got me thinking... I'm the kind of person who builds up a charge quite easily (have ALREADY been zapping myself when getting out of the car, and when using other metal doors, I suppose the air's getting drier and drier already... grrrrr!!!)... so I gotta find out what exactly he was wearing (what BRAND! what material! etc..) to make sure I don't end up making the news for a similar incident!

Of course, that's subject to me getting back to work in the first place.. and whenever that does happen, I probably wanna be at some mom-and-pop type small business that doesn't require business suits... but that's a different story, for another time :D

Have a good weekend!

Comments

  1. what an incredible story...Something you'd expect to read on annova...sheeeze...

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  2. hmmm, I'm not familiar with "annova" , is that like "believe it or not" or "unexplained mysteries" kinda thing?

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  3. Nice blog... read quite a few of your posts.... And yes .. about meat loaf.... semi-average tracks.... longer than they should be.... 8/10 times they sound girly....thats what I feel about them......
    I like your writing..
    Thnks for visitng my blog

    Prateek
    http://prematurearticulation.com

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  4. That is real "powerful", can you tell me anything that won't happen at All in this strange wild world.

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  5. Mensa-B: i founfd it: ananova.com? cool, another "quirky news" source to add to my list!

    Prateek: kewl, thanx for stopping by! (wrt meat Loaf: true, very long songs, but the "tale" told is great.. of course, that's more thanx to Jim Steinman than Meat himself :p )

    Gibson: tell me about it... I think one of the best ways to approach life is to believe that anything is possible... so incidents like this just reaffirm that view, teehee! :)

    Thanx for ALL yr comments, y'all! hugggzzzzzz!

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