Minnesota High School Principal Asks Students to Stop Wearing Yoga Pantsby Roger_Dorn 1 year ago
I have no idea what Ryan McLatchy is up to these days, or really if the man is even alive, but he’d be rolling in his grave if he was a goner. This aggression will not stand, this aggression against yoga pants.
Female students at Minnetonka High School in Minnesota have been asked by Principal David Adney to stop wearing “pants that expose too much ‘leg and backside’ that can be ‘highly distracting’ for others.”
How do you even know they’re distracting, Dave? That’s what I want to know. Do you have ‘wandering eye syndrome’ cruising those hallways? I’d bet my next two paychecks that the little horny adolescent shits at Minnetonka High didn’t come knockin’ on your office door to file formal complaints about the yoga pant epidemic. Not a single one. Was it YOU that was distracted? “This new trend doesn’t seem right, it’s troubling. Cover your butts up – I’m just going to say it straight up. We’re seeing too much,” Adney said.
The request has sparked some debate around town. On one side you have concerned parents and school administrators. On the other side you have every single male that attends the high school, plus the young, innocent Carine Colwel, 14, from Chanhassen. She feels “that a lot of girls wear spandex-like yoga pants to school because they are comfortable. ‘Some kids were really mad because they’re comfortable,’ she said. ‘As long as they’re not see-through, they should be allowed.’”
I agree, Carine, and I think quite a few folks are gonna back you on this one.
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