People still wear clothes to “work”?
Sweats are more addictive than you think.
And the smell of the sweats repels the virus.
Anyone else do other things while on Zoom meetings? I’ve knitted, kneaded bread dough, and started making a cheesecake during meetings. I’ve seen people play with their dogs and heard their children in the background. Of course, the obligatory kitty bums have to make an appearance because internet.
My Employer has gone with MS Teams instead of Zoom. No matter to me since I am Old School (No Mobile Phone, no Webcam).
I only wear my sweats when I’m in bed and goofing off on my days-off. Jeans or dress slacks are for when I’m going out in public.
There was a recent news story about a plastic surgeon working on a patient while using Zoom to attend traffic court. Not kidding.
The next stage is wearing clothes with holes.
Thanks for the steps.
I’ve been retired for over 25 years and like Spinal Tap, I’m at stage 11.
Stages four, sweats no longer fit, move to mumu with dress collar…
Getting buried in sweats?
Since when have you needed a pandemic to make sweats acceptable for going out in public? Since when is adhering to some unwritten dress code for dignity more important than being comfortable?
Let’s just all go naked and not worry about what to wear.
There are events?
folks in these parts think that slovenly is too hoity toity so they’d be confused about the humor in today’s strip…
After a while, Rat, do they stand up by themselves in a corner?
Stage 4: Sweats being mandatory.
By the way: How come the one guy not bald keeps his hair medium short? Is he violating the rules and visits a hairdresser? I’d expect that stage 4 includes mullets as acceptable hairdo with that attire in public (again)…
People need to get back to dressing better. When I leave the house I dress the same as I always have. Never leave the house in sweats!
Sweats are to be worn “Commando” style.
Pants? During the pandemic? HAHAHAHAHAHA! No.
Since I retired, sweats are about all I ever wear. Works for me.
I have to buy some
stage four: dirt nap
I have 3 pairs of sweats that I love except for one detail – no pockets! So I don’t generally wear them outside of the house. Seriously, no pockets????
Zoom zoom zoom….every Sunday with family since pandemic….while doing a load of sweats …..
These are known in our house as “give up on life pants.”
Must have pockets. Where else does someone put a phone and keys. Hate the tiny pockets that don’t hold anything and stuff falls out when you sit down.
Everyone is wearing sweats except Rat and Pig.
Stage 5: Sweats are not necessary to wear at all, just wear your birthday suit!
So glad he’s not my doctor, real moron
Typical headline from last July: Deodorant Sales Down and Ice Cream Purchases Up. So sweaty here is grocery shopping for his ice cream, I guess.
Next stage: I doubt we’re ready for the naked truth!
I hesitate to admit that yesterday was the first time I sank so low as to wear sweats to Walmart. Then again, it was only Walmart….not a swanky place like Target.
I’m pretty sure you need to wash the sweats.
Not a mask in sight. For shame!
I don’t dress any different working at home than when I did go to the office.
Basic rule for Men #17: If you drop a sock on the floor and it breaks, it is past time to do your laundry (and buy one pair of replacement socks). Basic Rule 17(a): This also applies to briefs, sweats, tee shirts, and any other garment that can stand up unsupported by itself. (And by the way, it might also explain why you have no social life.)
Clothes?? Stage Five: Why Bother.
I would be happy to wear sweats everywhere if there was someplace to clip my cell phone. So I stick to jeans.
No open casket funerals any more so where them forever……
I feel like pajama pants can be exchanged here
I was living stage 3 long before the pandemic…
Sweats are only for those really cold days or nights around my house. Since I live in a warm climate, summer ( right now ) means tank tops, sports shorts, and flip-flops. Venturing out has become a PIA because it requires putting on jeans or cargo shorts, a shirt or tee-shirt, and sneakers or loafers.
I don’t give a damn what I look like on Zoom.- I’m retired!
Stage four: flannel onesies. Wear with a bathrobe for pockets.
I am sure we will overcome the pandemic, but I am not so sure we will be able to overcome sweat pants.
Yup. Although, I wore black shorts before the pandemic.
Eh… I think I’m still going to wear a nice, non-sweats outfit to my nephew’s wedding.
You can WASH sweats!?
Stage 4. Pants are optional.
Sweats and jeans. Drives my wife nuts when I wipe my hands on mine. For a week straight. Used to be (still is?) a joke about being able to stand them up in a corner.
Someone doesn’t get out much. Sweats and stretch pants have been everywhere wear for a long time now.
Wait, third panel. Is that the Comic Censor staring at the guy? He might not want to wear sweats then
Sweats and sport/track suits are popular attire in the SE Michigan’s Arab community.
To paraphrase Doc Brown from Back To The Future: Clothes? Where we’re going we don’t need clothes.
I haven’t worn pants with a belt since I retired in 2013
See? There are silver linings to this pandemic. It could be the death of the modern business suit, the most uncomfortable garment in modern times.
Well, maybe every Saturday night, when you take a bath…
You forget, sweats are only winter wear. In Spring and Summer shorts are mandatory.
And what lies beyond sweats? At home in private, the least clothing possible….
I wore sweats to the store when the wind chill read -zero, they are warmer.
I saw people at WalMart who were at stage 4 long before the pandemic.