The Finch Formerly Known As Gold

5 March 2006

The argument for cloth upholstery

A survey of telecommuters says that about a tenth of them work without clothing.

While the most popular attire seems to be sweats — 39 percent of respondents wore them — 12 percent of the men and 7 percent of the women surveyed wore nothing at all.

Yes, I know I'm in the wrong business.

(Via Fark.)

Posted at 8:07 PM to Birthday Suitable


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UPI reports that of people who work at home, 12 percent of males and 7 percent of females work naked. They must be the ones who do not have cats climbing on them......[read more]

I can't say that I've ever telcommuted naked. I just hate the part where you have to peel your ass off of the leather chair.

Posted by: Matt at 8:29 PM on 5 March 2006

Hence the cloth upholstery, of course.

Posted by: CGHill at 8:41 PM on 5 March 2006

Sweats, t-shirt, moccasins. My chair isn't leather, but I don't like the idea of picking lint out of my ... well, never mind.

Posted by: McGehee at 9:12 AM on 6 March 2006

I can't be the only whose reaction to this is, um, ewwww?

Posted by: Jeff Brokaw at 1:37 PM on 7 March 2006

Surely not.

Posted by: CGHill at 2:24 PM on 7 March 2006