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In high school, did/do you wear a school uniform?
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31 / M / Hemet, California
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Posted 8/27/15
No. Simply cause I was home schooled for all of high school.. But I think many high schools should enforce a dress code. It would prevent many of the teens now a days from looking like $5 whores and douchebag punks
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23 / M / San Diego, CA
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Posted 8/27/15
Nope.
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M / Fort Bragg, NC
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Posted 8/27/15
yes

freaking private schools
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35 / M
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no i didn't wear one in school
Posted 8/27/15
Yes! It was okay looking I guess and we had to wear shoes, black shoes, teacher insisted us to wear shoes even in rainy season. "Nah, teach, we ain't doing that!" Rebel to the grave yo!
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21 / M / Ontario, Canada
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Posted 8/27/15
Yep, and I loved it! Looked pretty damn sharp.
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22 / M / Michigan
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Posted 8/28/15
I wish. I feel like clothes are a big distraction.

Preferably a unique uniform. Like checkered pants or something.
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Posted 8/29/15
Yes I had a uniform, and I hated it. If they at least made an attempt when designing it then I may have grow to not care, but it was so plain! literally it was just a black shirt with either khaki pants or black pants. Of course girls had the choice of skirts, but boys had to wait until summer to wear shorts. I could have designed something nicer and that's really saying something.
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25 / F / Ireland
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Posted 8/29/15
yep , in the first half of seconday school I wore a blue checkered shirt under a navy jumper with a knee length navy skirt
and during the senior years I wore a crisp white shirt with the above mentioned an a stripy tie
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17 / M / Berlin
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Posted 8/29/15
No, but I wish we did.
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Posted 8/31/15
When I was still in Philippines, we had uniforms and it is REQUIRED to wear everyday @___@ just white shirt with some green checkered designs, green checkered tie, and green checkered skirt. I didn't really like it.

When I migrated to America, no more uniforms :3!!!
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F / California
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Posted 8/31/15
Yes... I don't particularly like our uniforms, but if you worn it for years you get used to it...
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20 / M / Tokyo/Seoul Bound
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Posted 8/31/15
Nope but I wouldn't mind. I always wanted to go to a Japanese High School because of uniforms and all the club activities they have an it seemed better than america
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18 / M / England
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Posted 9/1/15
My school didn't give a damn as long as a girl doesn't show the world that she has legs (Legs are a government secret)
So the casual was just black jeans, a white shirt and a dark colored jumper. Didn't even have to be black.
Girls were allowed to wear skirts, though.
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25 / F / US
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Posted 9/1/15

Yes. I went to a career oriented charter school, so rather than electives, we filled our time with career paths. The profession you chose would determine your uniform (i.e. scrubs for medical and nursing, blue dickies for automotive, etc.). If your profession didn't have a standard uniform, you were assigned a polo colour with the school logo. I started in architecture, which was gray, and moved to commercial arts, which was red. Obviously there were rules for pants / shoes / accessories, so I ended up in black pants and a red polo, most of the time. It wasn't great, but it wasn't atrocious.
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