. . . why some women feel the need to wear flesh-colored clothing?*
I just saw a lady wearing a top that made it look like she was sitting in the waiting room naked. (I debated saying something about the fact that she was also overweight because I couldn't decide if it was relevant to the story. I tried saying she was just "a little overweight," deleted it and said "slightly heavy-set," realized both of those were lies, and so decided it wasn't relevant anyway and I just wouldn't say anything at all).
*Please note: I did not feel an urge to say something to her about her outfit choice, which I think is a very important tidbit. I do feel that it's okay to send out a random comment to the world about it, though. Mostly because the level of inappropriateness was right on par with what I was saying about National Boob Day** (NBD is, of course, the exception to the rule about commenting on what people are wearing). Not sure if I'm kidding myself or justifying hypocrisy here--hopefully neither.
**To my knowledge, there is no such thing as National Boob Day. I'm using it as a facetious, obviously kidding, example. I've done no research, and refuse to. If it turns out later that there really IS a National Boob Day, and that people go around topless to celebrate it, why . . . I just don't know how I'm going to react to that. Go out and celebrate, I suppose.
Talk about eating my shirt, har har.