Pretty good -- both the original video (which is, at least, well-intentioned and earnest, with not-entirely-bad ideas) and the commentary. I do agree that, to avoid becoming a distraction herself (and to avoid any misunderstandings during that office-hours visit), another layer of clothing, or at least another button buttoned, might be a good idea. Yes, she has every right to wear what she chooses, when and where she chooses, and others are fully responsible for their own reactions/behavior, but it's sort of like the Axe body spray -- it's only polite not to deliberately overwhelm others' senses when it can be easily avoided.
I agree. The advice was actually pretty good, and the comments were funny...
Yeah that was my impression too. I wouldn't mind having her in my class, actually.
Good advice, but I can't get over the button thing. What is it? Is it a flower thingie? Crochet thingie? Did she misbutton her shirt? I'm distracted by that.
It's okay to act, be, dress sexy, is it not? I hope so, because as a somewhat dumpy, but still randy college proffie, I like to, too!She looks great in the video, but she could go easy on the hair flip!
See Cassandra's comment, above.It's a matter of not being distracting. I try not to wear tight t-shirts, either, not because I'm sexy, but because covering the sagging folds of flesh makes me less of a distraction.I find cleavage distressingly less distracting these days than I used to, but a nubile young thing spilling out of a too-small shirt is still an attention magnet.
If being sexy were a crime, they,d have put me away.#LadiesLoveBeakerBen
The last 30 seconds' worth of comments made me snort with laughter. Cal, you've got competition!
OMG, she's my daughter by my Chinese girlfriend from grad school.
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