Friday, October 08, 2004

Microskirts

Someone commented to me that the top of skirts are getting lower, and the bottom higher.

There used to be a rule stating that the hemline of a skirt must not be more than 10cm above the kneecaps. Maybe they figured a way to increase male student attendance, which would in turn increase female attendance. The politburo could be smarter than I realised. Only problem is that some male lecturers may lengthen their already-boring lectures rather unnecessarily...

Another reason could be that NP is under pressure from the government to do its part to increase Singapore's birthrate. Just the other day I saw this pregnant NP student on the bus, so maybe it's working.

But perhaps the politburo really wants to reduce the incidence of microskirts, and without acting like the politburo. They only need to look here for some ideas:
1. Increase aircon power
2. More reflective tiles on the floor
3. Bring in sandflies
4. Large gaps on the ground (must stretch legs to cross over)
5.

P.S. NP is not alone. An SMU girl complains (you don't expect a GUY to complain, do you?):
Girls inching forward uncomfortably because of skirts so short ...

3 Comments:

Blogger Popagandhi said...

"An SMU girl complains (you don't expect a GUY to complain, do you?):
Girls inching forward uncomfortably because of skirts so short ..."

Well, not entirely true.. I like short skirts on girls as much (maybe more) than your average guy, ahem. However, unlike most average guys, I also want their faces to look good (Which in this case, NEVER is). I have not the male capability of selective concentration. Which is probably a good thing. - popagandhi.com

12:51 PM  
Blogger Preetam said...

I wonder if people would get bored of the short skirt. It certainly can't get any shorter. The other day I saw a Burmese student in a lovely full length traditional sarong. That was certainly more distracting.

6:22 PM  
Blogger calm one said...

urfe: sorry for quoting you a little out of context :)

11:26 AM  

Post a Comment

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home