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  • Diatonic12Diatonic12 Member Posts: 5,424 Member Member Posts: 5,424 Member
    Here's one attorney's take on it. It is a very touchy situation. :#

    Can you be fired for something your spouse does?


    The simple answer is yes.


    "One of the biggest areas of concern when it comes to what people say is social media.

    Even if your company lacks a policy in place concerning your off-the-clock social media behavior, your spouse is not protected.

    You can be fired if your spouse goes on a social media rant. Examples include about how bad your work environment is or how poorly you’re treated.

    The bottom line? Even if you think your employer will be understanding or that you can smooth things over after your spouse goes public with your workplace complaints, it’s better to keep those opinions off social media.

    No matter how bad your work environment might be, it doesn’t make you look any better if you or your spouse are complaining on social media. If something illegal is occurring in your workplace, you need to take appropriate legal action. And if the things you’re dealing with are not illegal, do what you can to remedy the problem instead of taking to social media to complain about it.

    Keep in mind, anything you say or your spouse says on social media is there for all the public to see it, and if a future potential employer sees it, it could affect their desire to consider you."

    Borrelli & Associates
    Employment Law




  • Vikka_VVikka_V Member Posts: 8,936 Member Member Posts: 8,936 Member
    Guys/Girls

    Done up (make-up, hair)?

    vs girls in glasses (if needed, instead of contacts) and lip-gloss only, and au-natural (wild) hair?
    ...asking for a friend
  • hawkeye45_hawkeye45_ Member Posts: 546 Member Member Posts: 546 Member
    Vikka_V wrote: »
    Guys/Girls

    (if needed, instead of contacts) and lip-gloss only, and au-natural (wild) hair?
    ...asking for a friend

    This plus "happy to see me" = win.
  • 4legsRbetterthan24legsRbetterthan2 Member, MFP Moderator, Greeter, Premium Posts: 17,736 MFP Moderator Member, MFP Moderator, Greeter, Premium Posts: 17,736 MFP Moderator
    Vikka_V wrote: »
    Guys/Girls

    Done up (make-up, hair)?

    vs girls in glasses (if needed, instead of contacts) and lip-gloss only, and au-natural (wild) hair?
    ...asking for a friend

    If you want a long answer, it really depends on the person and situation.

    Glasses are like clothes, pick what flatters you and you will always look great.

    For makeup I think you will always look best within your skill level. A "natural" look looks best IMO. If you don't like alot of makeup or aren't very good at applying it more is definitely not better. Some people are quite skilled and can put on a decent bit of makeup and have mastered the necessary techniques so that its not obvious unless you think about it. If you haven't mastered technique I would definitely say go without over enduing up with a caked on or unnatural look.

    I'm all for people going with what works best for them on a daily basis. There are some events where I really feel like you need to do the hair and makeup thing, black tie type events. But for most of us those are few and far between so its not outlandish to seek professional help if needed.
  • iMagoiMago Member Posts: 6,516 Member Member Posts: 6,516 Member
    Vikka_V wrote: »
    Guys/Girls

    Done up (make-up, hair)?

    vs girls in glasses (if needed, instead of contacts) and lip-gloss only, and au-natural (wild) hair?
    ...asking for a friend

    both
  • CupcakeCrusoeCupcakeCrusoe Member Posts: 797 Member Member Posts: 797 Member
    Vikka_V wrote: »
    Guys/Girls

    Done up (make-up, hair)?

    vs girls in glasses (if needed, instead of contacts) and lip-gloss only, and au-natural (wild) hair?
    ...asking for a friend

    This is a cop out, but both.

    Because like, I like looking at people who do makeup and hair really well, because like all humans, pretty is nice to look at, and appreciation of skill is great. And if it's fun for you to do your makeup, go off!

    But I LOVE girls without makeup and without their hair done. It makes me feel a sense of solidarity with them, as someone who rarely does full makeup and hair, because that is not high on my personal priority list. I think if women all went out one day, just one, without makeup or done hair, and everyone saw what everyone else really looks like, with bags and all, it would do a lot to forward the cause that women are held to too high a standard everywhere.
  • Mr_Healthy_HabitsMr_Healthy_Habits Member Posts: 10,710 Member Member Posts: 10,710 Member
    Vikka_V wrote: »
    Guys/Girls

    Done up (make-up, hair)?

    vs girls in glasses (if needed, instead of contacts) and lip-gloss only, and au-natural (wild) hair?
    ...asking for a friend

    One can be more attractive than the other in either case, but if we are talking about the same chik, two different ways...

    I'd prefer the 2nd... No mask, all personality, what you see is what you get 😍
  • killin_tymekillin_tyme Member Posts: 93 Member Member Posts: 93 Member
    Vikka_V wrote: »
    Guys/Girls

    Done up (make-up, hair)?

    vs girls in glasses (if needed, instead of contacts) and lip-gloss only, and au-natural (wild) hair?
    ...asking for a friend

    One can be more attractive than the other in either case, but if we are talking about the same chik, two different ways...

    I'd prefer the 2nd... No mask, all personality, what you see is what you get 😍

    You just love the womenz 😉
  • MaltedTeaMaltedTea Member, Premium Posts: 1,894 Member Member, Premium Posts: 1,894 Member
    Vikka_V wrote: »
    Guys/Girls

    Done up (make-up, hair)?

    vs girls in glasses (if needed, instead of contacts) and lip-gloss only, and au-natural (wild) hair?
    ...asking for a friend

    Makeup can be a tricky topic seeing as sometimes, it is just fun to play around with colors and such. Yet, I only just got into makeup later in life (read as, in January...when I discovered false eyelashes and kind of got over my fear of mascara 😵).

    I also own a ridiculous number of specs (all shapes, sizes and colors) and prefer my natural look mostly because, umm, that's what I look like.

    Either way, he's gotta take it or leave it. 🤷🏿‍♀️
    edited June 8
  • Mr_Healthy_HabitsMr_Healthy_Habits Member Posts: 10,710 Member Member Posts: 10,710 Member
    Vikka_V wrote: »
    Guys/Girls

    Done up (make-up, hair)?

    vs girls in glasses (if needed, instead of contacts) and lip-gloss only, and au-natural (wild) hair?
    ...asking for a friend

    One can be more attractive than the other in either case, but if we are talking about the same chik, two different ways...

    I'd prefer the 2nd... No mask, all personality, what you see is what you get 😍

    You just love the womenz 😉

    Yeah well I kinda like to think they love me back 😏
  • will_it_go_round_in_circleswill_it_go_round_in_circles Member Posts: 417 Member Member Posts: 417 Member
    Vikka_V wrote: »
    Guys/Girls

    Done up (make-up, hair)?

    vs girls in glasses (if needed, instead of contacts) and lip-gloss only, and au-natural (wild) hair?
    ...asking for a friend

    AM/PM
  • killin_tymekillin_tyme Member Posts: 93 Member Member Posts: 93 Member
    Vikka_V wrote: »
    Guys/Girls

    Done up (make-up, hair)?

    vs girls in glasses (if needed, instead of contacts) and lip-gloss only, and au-natural (wild) hair?
    ...asking for a friend

    One can be more attractive than the other in either case, but if we are talking about the same chik, two different ways...

    I'd prefer the 2nd... No mask, all personality, what you see is what you get 😍

    You just love the womenz 😉

    Yeah well I kinda like to think they love me back 😏

    😘
  • PlentyofProtein00PlentyofProtein00 Member Posts: 1,264 Member Member Posts: 1,264 Member
    Hey, guys or girls...bikini or one piece? Can a one piece be sexy or is one piece tan line unsexy? Bikini sexy even if theres some jiggle?
  • iMagoiMago Member Posts: 6,516 Member Member Posts: 6,516 Member
    Hey, guys or girls...bikini or one piece? Can a one piece be sexy or is one piece tan line unsexy? Bikini sexy even if theres some jiggle?

    less is more
  • PlentyofProtein00PlentyofProtein00 Member Posts: 1,264 Member Member Posts: 1,264 Member
    iMago wrote: »
    Hey, guys or girls...bikini or one piece? Can a one piece be sexy or is one piece tan line unsexy? Bikini sexy even if theres some jiggle?

    less is more

    😂nicely put
  • KosmosKittenKosmosKitten Member Posts: 7,902 Member Member Posts: 7,902 Member
    Hey, guys or girls...bikini or one piece? Can a one piece be sexy or is one piece tan line unsexy? Bikini sexy even if theres some jiggle?

    I have no preference. I think it ultimately depends on the cut, the colors and the body type/distribution as to whether either would look good. Some ladies can rock a two piece even with the extra "jiggle".

    I think two pieces tend to look nicer in general (more variety, cuts, etc.) than a one piece, though. Just personal observations so far, however. :)
  • eccentricplazaeccentricplaza Member Posts: 115 Member Member Posts: 115 Member
    Hey, guys or girls...bikini or one piece? Can a one piece be sexy or is one piece tan line unsexy? Bikini sexy even if theres some jiggle?

    From personal experience, I've caught more gents eyeing me while wearing a one piece or even skin tight full sleeve rash guards. Make them use their imagination.

    I LOVE high cut one pieces that show off the hips, and have seen many cute designs.

    But, I hate one piece tanlines. The nudity afterwards is done better justice by living in bikinis, especially the cheeky ones 😉
  • PlentyofProtein00PlentyofProtein00 Member Posts: 1,264 Member Member Posts: 1,264 Member
    Hey, guys or girls...bikini or one piece? Can a one piece be sexy or is one piece tan line unsexy? Bikini sexy even if theres some jiggle?

    I have no preference. I think it ultimately depends on the cut, the colors and the body type/distribution as to whether either would look good. Some ladies can rock a two piece even with the extra "jiggle".

    I think two pieces tend to look nicer in general (more variety, cuts, etc.) than a one piece, though. Just personal observations so far, however. :)
    Hey, guys or girls...bikini or one piece? Can a one piece be sexy or is one piece tan line unsexy? Bikini sexy even if theres some jiggle?

    From personal experience, I've caught more gents eyeing me while wearing a one piece or even skin tight full sleeve rash guards. Make them use their imagination.

    I LOVE high cut one pieces that show off the hips, and have seen many cute designs.

    But, I hate one piece tanlines. The nudity afterwards is done better justice by living in bikinis, especially the cheeky ones 😉

    I agree with all this. I definitely prefer bikini tan lines as I think one piece tan make me look like a beached whale. Love the high cut one pieces nowadays.
  • ythannahythannah Member Posts: 3,199 Member Member Posts: 3,199 Member
    Hey, guys or girls...bikini or one piece? Can a one piece be sexy or is one piece tan line unsexy? Bikini sexy even if theres some jiggle?

    Depends on the body. I've seen one piece suits cut to accentuate the waist that seem to give a nice hourglass shape, might be a desirable feature for less-than-hourglass ladies. I think the key is wearing a suit that fits properly. Looking like a stuffed sausage isn't flattering for anyone, one piece or two.
  • Vikka_VVikka_V Member Posts: 8,936 Member Member Posts: 8,936 Member
    Hey, guys or girls...bikini or one piece? Can a one piece be sexy or is one piece tan line unsexy? Bikini sexy even if theres some jiggle?

    I'm not a fan of tan lines, any which way - I like one tone skin, so if you're gonna tan - get naked, otherwise use sunscreen.

    One pieces can definitely be sexy, just as bikinis can be frumpy.

    I think in a lot of instances bikinis may be a bit more forgiving and flattering if you have a little "jiggle", its not trying to be "held in"
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