What to wear to the District Convention


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    F sass_my_frass posted Tue, 31 May 2005 08:51:00 GMT(5/31/2005)

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    I'm just gearing up to head off to the District Convention. I was worried about the shunning thing but then realised, how about I just don't wear the uniform, and dress like a study instead? With a wig and sunnies none of my people will notice me, and strangers will treat me nicely and share their sandwiches and offer me bible studies.

    But I can't choose between jeans or a mini-skirt, anybody?

    M doofdaddy posted Tue, 31 May 2005 08:59:00 GMT(5/31/2005)

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    M doofdaddy posted Tue, 31 May 2005 09:03:00 GMT(5/31/2005)

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    Sorry bout that my lap top flipped its wig....

    Anyhow I would recomend a very tight hat to cut off the circulation to your brain. Possibly a fetching top with long sleeves to wipe the dribble and sunglasses to hide the post lunch jw snooze....

    F JW83 posted Tue, 31 May 2005 09:27:00 GMT(5/31/2005)

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    Definitely the miniskirt! Give those boys at the meatmarket something to stare at!

    M Elsewhere posted Tue, 31 May 2005 09:38:00 GMT(5/31/2005)

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    A bright pink crochet knit tube-top, shredded denim Daisy Dukes and some purple Jelly sandals.

    Note: To keep the look consistent, It is critical that you not wear a braw or panties.

    F MidwichCuckoo posted Tue, 31 May 2005 10:43:00 GMT(5/31/2005)

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    Sass - what could be more appropriate than going as a Biblical character?....Maybe Eve..?

    M iggy_the_fish posted Tue, 31 May 2005 11:01:00 GMT(5/31/2005)

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    Without PICTURES, it's very difficult to tell. So, give us a few snaps of you in both outfits... only has to be from the waist down... just for research purposes you understand

    I suppose it depends on whether you have "covering legs" or "showing legs". You could go for a mini-skirt and purple leggings? It might work...


    F blondie posted Tue, 31 May 2005 11:09:00 GMT(5/31/2005)

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    I would go for comfort and wear the jeans.

    M Honesty posted Tue, 31 May 2005 11:20:00 GMT(5/31/2005)

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    Wear what makes you feel good.

    BTW, stop by the parking lot when you get tired of hearing all the experiences about how fulfilling it is going door-to-door spreading lies about Jesus and how 'protected' you could be if you also spent the rest of your life worshipping the WTBTS and its apostate religion as you swelter in summer heat and shiver in winter ice while peddling mind-altering literature from a destructive cult that claims it is "Truth". We will be easy to pick out from the crowd of robots... Placards that say, "Read the bible instead of the WT", "The WTBTS is a Snare and a Racket", "Faith in Jesus not the WTBTS", etc.

    F lisavegas420 posted Tue, 31 May 2005 11:32:00 GMT(5/31/2005)

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    You all should be ashamed of yourselves. She is never going to be reinstated wearing those clothes.

    Wear one of those long full cotton skirts ......and a pair of flip flops ...... over your bikini.......then stay at the hotel and enjoy the pool. Of course seductively remove the skirt and flip flops before getting in the pool.


    F LongHairGal posted Tue, 31 May 2005 20:28:00 GMT(5/31/2005)

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    I visited the convention at the coliseum two years ago wearing a denim skirt and went around outside during lunch. I spoke to a few people.

    Well, I became aware of an attendant following me! He didn't say anything but I knew he was suspicious.

    I wouldn't be surprised if they were instructed to follow anybody who isn't dressed "theocratically" i.e, no denim, etc.

    I guess they were afraid I might be an apostate!!!

    M jaredg posted Tue, 31 May 2005 20:35:00 GMT(5/31/2005)

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    whatever you do make sure to take pics and post them on here.

    catchthis posted Tue, 31 May 2005 20:46:00 GMT(5/31/2005)

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    I wouldn't be surprised if they were instructed to follow anybody who isn't dressed "theocratically" i.e, no denim, etc.

    I guess they were afraid I might be an apostate!!!

    When I was assigned security detail several years ago, that is what we had to do. If someone appeared to be worldly by their dress, we had to 'tail' them to make sure they wouldn't cause a scene. We were also told that if someone started shouting or doing something "apostate" in nature, that we were to escort them outside - but we could not grab them or force them out. We had to lead with one outstretched arm and just touch them on their back. But we always had to stay right behind them so they wouldn't duck away!

    Secuity was fun. No special "Attendant" tag sticking out behind our lapel badge. Instead we got these little stickers placed on the backside so when you were to flip up your badge it would show. Those little stickers got you into any room, hallway, or elevator on-site. We actually felt like we were part of the WTS CIA branch.

    M 144001 posted Tue, 31 May 2005 20:50:00 GMT(5/31/2005)

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    Men: Speedos or anything else that draws attention to your blue-veined hooligan. No shirt, but running shoes necessary to save you from any former bethelites accustomed to such sights.

    Women: Thong bikinis please.

    M lawrence posted Tue, 31 May 2005 20:54:00 GMT(5/31/2005)

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    Jeans and a "Bite Me!" white t-shirt.

    GentlyFeral posted Tue, 31 May 2005 22:58:00 GMT(5/31/2005)

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    lawrence suggests,

    a "Bite Me!" white t-shirt.

    ...with Buddy Christ on it. You'd probably have to have it custom-made.

    gently feral

    F Frog posted Wed, 01 Jun 2005 06:44:00 GMT(6/1/2005)

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    Must be an early convention this year Sass?...

    Wow catchthis, I suppose it might not have surprised me that, that was the custom when I was in, but now that I'm out it just makes me laugh! it always p*ssed me off that you guys got all the cool jobs, while we just had to sit back and take in all that lucious 'spiritual food', or steal somebodies baby so that you had a legit excuse for milling in the foyer;)...what a power trip some of those attendents were on lol! frog

    F sass_my_frass posted Thu, 02 Jun 2005 01:39:00 GMT(6/2/2005)

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    :D yep Frog by 'soon' I meant 'in a couple of months'. I'm going purely out of duty, and my man might go for a day, so he can meet my brother. I suppose I'm psyching up for it well in advance this time!

    M stillajwexelder posted Thu, 02 Jun 2005 01:42:00 GMT(6/2/2005)

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    I am boring - in fact very boring -- I will wear a shirt and tie (not too loud) and a suit- oh and black shoes - all very modest

    M 144001 posted Thu, 02 Jun 2005 01:45:00 GMT(6/2/2005)

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    If what you wear is not made of polyester, it's demonic.


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