Sometimes I will tell the guy, sometimes I don't. I feel embarrased for him. It really doesnot bother me. If he thinks I amlooking, who cares. Life is Life.
I had a college english professor, a really terrific one, who went through an entire lecture on 20th century poetry with his fly gapingly down. No one was paying attention to the lecture. I thought about approaching him afterwards but decided I wouldn't risk embarassing him. I assume he found out later and could always delude himself with the thought that no one noticed him.
hmmmm. . .ok. . .if you were questioning a witness. . and your fly was 'gapingly open'. . .would you want someone to tell you when you regained your seat? ;-))
Or maybe it would entertain the onlookers. . .? ;-)
onlookers??? you mean 'gawkers'??? Right??? Checking somebody out is kinda kool. And so is getting caught!!! hmmm...
hmmm. . .you a "frequent flyer". . hehehee, JIMM ?
A few years ago, I was chatting to a couple of neighbor kids at the front gate and happened to notice the little guy's fly undone, so I mentioned it. The older bro said, "Trust you to notice." I was a little taken aback by that comment because my conscience was clear.Was his?
Especially the kids, they purposely wear their pants unzipped. "What's the difference?", they say. And really, what is the difference between that and wearing their pants around their thighs?I guess I am getting older since I just don't get it.
I spied a Harvard medical student with his fly undone in the Starbucks on Longwood Ave. My GOD was he cute. I think he did that on purpose. What a way to start the day.
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