This blog post from Susan Goffe has just made my Sunday! Perhaps not coincidentally, some of us had been discussing on Twitter the useful role that satire can play in helping us navigate those unexpectedly treacherous waters we may come across in our everyday lives…when visiting a Jamaican Government office, for example. Susan decided to act on it! Pre-clearance! Thank you, Susan, for this. I was so busy with the “eye roll” emoji on this topic…Now I can just have a good laugh.
In case you missed this news item, I have posted the article below in full, as I wouldn’t want readers of this blog to be unaware of this important new public service!
Public Encouraged to Make Use of New Dress Code Compliance Portal
Friday, September 13, 2019
The new Department of Dress Code Compliance (D²C²) is now open for business and is ready to assist the Jamaican people with a problem that has plagued the society for decades.
Not allowed at one Government Ministry. Portal will now provide clarity on what qualifies as short shorts & mini skirts. Also exactly how much or how little of “the Bosom” may be exposed.
Having missed the original launch deadline of April 1, 2019, due to unavoidable technical problems, the new agency (located on Constant Spring Road) now stands ready to help people navigate the complex maze of dress code rules – written…
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