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Are there ways in which you confirm to or rebel against these uniforms?

Not really.

I don’t have a uniform of any sort, so…


When I was younger and wore that fast food uniform, I didn’t rebel against it.

I just wore what I was told to wear, tucked my hair back as per regulations under a net, and tried not to feel disgusting.

I definitely did not love it.

Even when I had a school uniform, I never rebelled. My skirts were well below my knees, not miniskirts like some other girls, and I was a lumpy sexless jellyfish.


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  1. Revanche @ A Gai Shan Life

    Rebel? Me? HAHA no. Never. I wore my dang scrubs as required all the years I worked where they were required, and didn’t say a word about them other than looking for the cheapest possible options. I don’t recall ever needing to wear any other uniforms, though.

    1. Sherry of Save. Spend. Splurge.

      I’d feel so depressed… 🙂


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