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Thread: Should I Wear My Sleeper During the SATs

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    curiousitykitten

    Default Should I Wear My Sleeper During the SATs

    You know, on the website it says to wear comfortable clothes. I thought to myself, "whats more comfortable than a sleeper?". So now I'm considering wearing one to the SATs. I'll feel much more at ease and possibly get a good test score. On the other hand people might think im weird, but I'm sure other people will find it adorable. So, what would you do?

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    LOL, I'm just picturing that.

    If they had been thinking of what 'comfortable clothes' really meant, they would have said "Wear your comfortable clothes as long as they don't distract other test takers."

    If I had a sleeper, I would wear it the night before but definitely not during the test. Imagine if you were the person behind you, they'd be all like "WTF" or "Awww". Either way they'd not be paying attention to their test.

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    No, highly suggest you don't. Depending who is monitoring your SAT they may deem it as disruption or something like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by curiousitykitten View Post
    You know, on the website it says to wear comfortable clothes. I thought to myself, "whats more comfortable than a sleeper?". So now I'm considering wearing one to the SATs. I'll feel much more at ease and possibly get a good test score. On the other hand people might think im weird, but I'm sure other people will find it adorable. So, what would you do?
    You're a girl, so you stand a good chance of getting away with it. In college, girls go to class in pajamas all the time when the weather permits, particularly early in the morning. When I was a teacher, I saw students (girls) showing up to school in the same. The main question is whether this seems out of character enough your friends ask questions. To a lesser extent, what's the print on them? Is it something you'd reasonably expect a 17 y/o girl (I checked your profile) to wear? Or is it pacifiers and rattles and baby bottles?

    OTOH, while part of me can't believe I'm saying this, I'd encourage anyone to wear diapers to the SAT. One of the hats I wear is SAT tutor (I worked for a small company during college). I can think of few things worse than really needing to pee while taking a test that can go a long way to determining my future with no bathroom break for another 90 minutes. Blech

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    I'd forego the sleeper, just out of consideration of others--it may distract some people. But I second NightFox: I would absolutely wear diapers, as long as you don't find diapers distracting and as long as you have access to diapers that can last the full duration of the exam without leaking or needing to be changed.

    The longest exam I've taken was an 8 hour timed exam, where if you wanted to go to the restroom, you had to raise your hand and wait for a proctor to gather your exam and escort you out of the room (the bathroom wasn't anywhere close by, either). What an enormous waste of time during an exam that, even under the best circumstances, almost nobody finishes before time is up. I wore diapers and was really thankful for the extra time it gave me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NightFox View Post
    You're a girl, so you stand a good chance of getting away with it. In college, girls go to class in pajamas all the time when the weather permits, particularly early in the morning. When I was a teacher, I saw students (girls) showing up to school in the same. The main question is whether this seems out of character enough your friends ask questions. To a lesser extent, what's the print on them? Is it something you'd reasonably expect a 17 y/o girl (I checked your profile) to wear? Or is it pacifiers and rattles and baby bottles?

    OTOH, while part of me can't believe I'm saying this, I'd encourage anyone to wear diapers to the SAT. One of the hats I wear is SAT tutor (I worked for a small company during college). I can think of few things worse than really needing to pee while taking a test that can go a long way to determining my future with no bathroom break for another 90 minutes. Blech
    How can you tell she is a girl? Where did you see that? Wow Ive already see your posts twice...Today anyway XD

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    curiousitykitten

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    well you see, unlike boys, girls have this thing called a vagina. I know its kind of a foreign concept, but try to follow alone

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    Click someone's name and you'll be taken to their profile page. Then click the About Me tab.

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    Quote Originally Posted by curiousitykitten View Post
    well you see, unlike boys, girls have this thing called a vagina. I know its kind of a foreign concept, but try to follow alone
    True, but not the context clue I used in this case.

    That said, if anyone females here need their identities so verified, I wholeheartedly volunteer. =D

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    Quote Originally Posted by cascadestar View Post
    How can you tell she is a girl? Where did you see that? Wow Ive already see your posts twice...Today anyway XD
    He lifted up her skirt, of course.

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