Southwest Reaction to Skimpy Outfit - Take Two

Page 2 of Originally Posted by Birdsfan That doesn't make good television. Wouldn't Southwest have come forward with that info, so as to make them in the right?... 64 comments | 2109 Views | Go to page 1 →

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    Hope she doesn't decide to eat at Applebees...but at least they'll offer her a towel instead of generating revenue at the gift shop!!! I have seldom smoked inside a restaurant,unless someone already was,but I boycott those who refuse to allow it (I haven't eaten in Fayette Co. since the ban!!).Hope I never have to fly Southwest...I'll spend the money on a rental car and drive 3 days first..this is ridiculus!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by True blue (and gold)
    Yes, but that doesn't change the very good possibility that she made the same clothing more presentable for the cameras.
    The skirt was still short. More so because she had long legs and it showed them off. The top just simply wasn't revealing. I still don't see how the outfit could be more revealing than it was presented on TV. If it was, her junk was hanging out on the bottom and she looked stupid by pulling the top down in places it didn't go...

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    She looked like a regular college girl, maybe her skirt was a little short, but that is no reason to ask her in front of everyone to do something about it. Theyw ere wrong to do that imo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by True blue (and gold)
    Yes, but that doesn't change the very good possibility that she made the same clothing more presentable for the cameras.
    But if a bikini top would be OK....

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    Quote Originally Posted by gametime
    The skirt was still short. More so because she had long legs and it showed them off. The top just simply wasn't revealing. I still don't see how the outfit could be more revealing than it was presented on TV. If it was, her junk was hanging out on the bottom and she looked stupid by pulling the top down in places it didn't go...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Run To State
    But if a bikini top would be OK....
    I am not arguing whether or not Southwest has a dress code, simply that we do not know if how she appeared on TV is how she appeared on the plane. You don't address this comment.

    She could be naked for all I care! She may have been as covered up as a nun. But you all are arguing that what you see is presentable. So are the kids that I send to the office by the time they get there! Luckily, my principal knows that I am not going to send someone that is in compliance or simply borderline.

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    Quote Originally Posted by True blue (and gold)
    I am not arguing whether or not Southwest has a dress code, simply that we do not know if how she appeared on TV is how she appeared on the plane. You don't address this comment.

    She could be naked for all I care! She may have been as covered up as a nun. But you all are arguing that what you see is presentable. So are the kids that I send to the office by the time they get there! Luckily, my principal knows that I am not going to send someone that is in compliance or simply borderline.
    If there is no dress code, what's the difference?
    No complaints from other passengers (this speaks volumes), so what makes you think that she was practically nude or something?

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    Quote Originally Posted by True blue (and gold)
    I am not arguing whether or not Southwest has a dress code, simply that we do not know if how she appeared on TV is how she appeared on the plane. You don't address this comment.

    She could be naked for all I care! She may have been as covered up as a nun. But you all are arguing that what you see is presentable. So are the kids that I send to the office by the time they get there! Luckily, my principal knows that I am not going to send someone that is in compliance or simply borderline.
    She said that the outfit that she wore on TV was the same one she wore on the plane . Looked alright to me of course I matured during the mini-skrit era .

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    She could have been nude or dressed like a nun. I am responding to all of those "She looked fine to me" comments about how she appeared on the Today show. She likely "adjusted" her outfit for the broadcast.

    Wayyyyy too big of a deal with all of the other problems going on in the world. We might as well be back to talking about Anna Nicole Smith's baby or Paris Hilton's jail sentence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KyTmcNcc
    She said that the outfit that she wore on TV was the same one she wore on the plane . Looked alright to me of course I matured during the mini-skrit era .
    And of course people never lie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by True blue (and gold)
    She could have been nude or dressed like a nun. I am responding to all of those "She looked fine to me" comments about how she appeared on the Today show. She likely "adjusted" her outfit for the broadcast.

    Wayyyyy too big of a deal with all of the other problems going on in the world. We might as well be back to talking about Anna Nicole Smith's baby or Paris Hilton's jail sentence.
    Again I say, no complaints from other passengers (this speaks volumes), so what makes you think that she was practically nude or something?

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    Quote Originally Posted by True blue (and gold)
    And of course people never lie.
    So now she's also a liar? Wow...

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    Quote Originally Posted by gametime
    So now she's also a liar? Wow...
    And of course, we all know that Southwest has to be telling the truth.

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    You all would make great politicians...I will bow out.

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    somehow, I bet SW will adopt a dress code or start rewriting the one they have (if they have one) and enforce it.

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