I've told many of my lady friends, "Erm, excuse me <insert name>, I can see everything from here... So maybe you wanna adjust/sitdown/button-up/zip-up/draw-curtains?"
What else can you do when your friend stands/sits in front of you, happily chatting to others when her fly is wide-open right in front of your face?
Or when a female colleague tries to plug/unplug cables under the table, almost spilling out of her blouse?
Or when on tour, you look out of the hotel window, and you see your friend in the next room, about to change out of her undies? (yes, i called her room immediately..)
I'm not a prude, and usually I come off scoring points as a gentleman..
Your friend expect the male colleague to look away when she signs? If she misses any, then he looks for her again? Your friend's accusation may be a misunderstanding. She is responsible for not exposing her modesty in making her colleague embarrass.
if u put it in front of me. ill look. its just human nature.
is it a Triumph ?
Last edited by raincool2005; 17th May 2007 at 11:08 PM.
There's a lady in my office which the other LADIES nicknamed "Ah-Ma's Bra"!
Said her bra is like those old Grandma used to wear
So how? Other LADIES also see downblouse.
Sometimes they even prompt me when outside eating lunch
"Oui, see that girl, G-string riding up leh" or
"Oui, see white pants, sure G-String one"
Of course guys are gonna look, we're genetically programmed that way. It's well known that women have much better peripheral vision than men so they will check guys out but can do it without getting caught. Men have "hunter/gather" narrow vision and have to turn head to look so will always risk getting busted.
Think you're friend should concern herself with how she dresses in the office or how she signs documents rather than try to change thousands of years of genetic evolution.
It's also true that men are notorious single-taskers so when women are talking to us we have a choice of (a) listen to you (b) imagine you naked. We can't do both! And people write whole books on Why Men Don't Listen.