quality posts: 16 Private Messages WootBot


Poll: Can you wear a t-shirt to work?
  • 34.1% - No way! 426
  • 23.8% - Yes, but I probably shouldn’t do it every day. 297
  • 25.8% - Absolutely, my work is laid back. 322
  • 16.3% - I work from home, so I mostly avoid clothing. 203
1248 votes

Well, how do you fare compared to the Zeitgeist? Chat up your fellow wooters and let us know how lame this poll was or what obvious choices we missed. For example: Was this poll a) STUPID, b) DUMB, c) POINTLESS or d) ALL OF THE ABOVE?


quality posts: 20 Private Messages pinchecat

E. Yes, but if I did it probably wouldn't be anything sold on shirt.woot


quality posts: 28 Private Messages gravityisweak

My work wardrobe mainly consists of woot shirts.


quality posts: 2 Private Messages eehad

Missing the option:
Yes, but only on designated days (aka Casual Friday).
Which is horribly backward of my company


quality posts: 2 Private Messages olperfesser

The one nice thing of working in IT. No dress code. But now that I'm no longer working, still no dress code.


quality posts: 3 Private Messages goddess8681

Working from home allows me to wear JUST tee shirts!


quality posts: 0 Private Messages redcab

Yes, and I have been known to have Woot.Shirt competitions with fellow employees as to who has the best shirt that day. Keeps the boredom of analyzing numbers to a minimum.


quality posts: 4 Private Messages necoras

I'm usually wearing a Woot! shirt to work. I'm fairly certain there's something about it being mandatory somewhere in my contract...


quality posts: 46 Private Messages moles1138

Only if it is under a dress shirt and not visible.


quality posts: 5 Private Messages mrsque

I said no but if it's a dressy/nice tshirt, perhaps with a blazer or cardigan, it would be fine...and nice long-sleeve tshirts with pencil skirts or slacks can be nice, too

*I* have FIVE Quality Posts! no, seriously...how did that happen?!


quality posts: 0 Private Messages prinkerton

I wish i could... I would wear shirt woot t-shirt!
work, would not like it although it would be so comfortable!


quality posts: 123 Private Messages safyrejet

Grad student here. So yeah, my wardrobe is almost always t-shirt and jeans. Does that count as work? Sure feels like it.


quality posts: 59 Private Messages RWoodward

Dress shirt and tie or dress shirt and jacket.


quality posts: 63 Private Messages j5

If it's plain and under my collared shirt, making it an...undershirt.

I have a shirt catalog, y'all!


quality posts: 31 Private Messages orabbit

T-shirt and PJ pants - The uniform of the freelancer.


quality posts: 7 Private Messages no1
gravityisweak wrote:My work wardrobe mainly consists of woot shirts.

no pants?


quality posts: 26 Private Messages taternuggets

It's all I wear.

Nothing follows.


quality posts: 667 Private Messages lonelypond

Yep. Although if I'm going to rehearsal I have to make sure it's not one of my only amuses me t-shirts because then I get too many questions.