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These guys discovered an imaginative method to object their school's gown code. Kim Horcher, Ben Mankiewicz, and Mark Thompson, the hosts of The Young Turks, simplify. Inform us exactly what you think in the remark area below.

" In case you're not aware, components of the UK are undergoing a rather intense warm wave today.

With temperature levels exceeding 90 levels, going outdoors and also visiting school can be a pretty intense (and also perspiring) process. Heck, unless you're at the beach, being subjected to such heats can be rather of a downer.

The good news is, the majority of institutions enable young adults to wear shorts, gowns, and skirts to assist them cool down from the summer season sunlight– yet various other institutions have consistent needs that do not permit as numerous choices."

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78 comments

  1. Posted by Lord Caelvanir, at Reply

    That, or they’re Scottish. *runs off laughing at my own terrible joke*.

  2. Posted by John Smash, at Reply

    *BOYS????* Did you just assume their gender? *BURN HERETICS!!*

    • Posted by davidgomez79, at Reply

      Praise Kek @Admiral

    • Posted by Whispering Snowman, at Reply

      Wow, that’s up there with Irish/Potato jokes. Wasn’t even funny the first time.

    • Posted by davidgomez79, at Reply

      yet it has 192 likes Whispering Snowman

    • Posted by Whispering Snowman, at Reply

      And? Likes are a metric for measuring humor?

  3. Posted by Dean Conn, at Reply

    These kids will be your next senators, and congressmen, and probably presidents. Anyone heard of skull, and bones..this reminds me of that???

    • Posted by NovaPrime, at Reply

      lololololol no they wont……less then 10% of UK white males go to post secondary. They are demonized around everyturn over there.

    • Posted by TheUhhoh, at Reply

      +GoOtbt

      I don’t see why anyone should care about how colorful an organization happens or happens not to be… Race and Gender shouldn’t factor into anything and all positions should go only to those that show ability in their chosen fields; meritocracy.

      If that person happens to be a Caucasian male so be it, if its an African transgender, so be it too… We should focus on the creation of methods to better allow for and encourage individual successes rather than some broad obsession with collective identity.

      This is – in my opinion – the flaw of both sides…

    • Posted by goOTBT, at Reply

      +NovaPrime *nahh u mean less than 10% of DISADVANTAGED white men, a big problem i agree but nothing like how u present it. Have you seen the house of commons? most diverse ever since gen elec but still dominated by white men, I don’t think we’re goin anywhere tbh lol and ofc the white grads will face less discrimination. as a white man in the uk i can safely say i’ve never been demonised but then im not a virtue signalling snowflake who gets ‘triggered’ but the fact that white men are (to some extent) losing their time old position as the dominant force in society 🙂

    • Posted by goOTBT, at Reply

      +NovaPrime also people from ethnic minorities are less likely to be accepted by unis, it’s just that more apply https://www.ifs.org.uk/publications/8042 ‘If ethnic minorities are even more likely to apply to university than their White British counterparts, then it would be possible for them to be offered proportionately fewer places on average than White British students, but still go on to be relatively more likely to attend.’

  4. Posted by Donald J. Trump, at Reply

    Are you sure they weren’t normal people, from Glasgow?

    • Posted by jonny46ba, at Reply

      Exeter is in Devon,.. almost as far as you can go in England from Scotland

    • Posted by Fandom Trash, at Reply

      Are you American?

    • Posted by jonny46ba, at Reply

      Fandom Trash nope.. I’m from Devon .. near Exeter

    • Posted by Eric Thomas, at Reply

      Yeah, and they just decided to have a photo shoot that day

  5. Posted by Afro Kazama, at Reply

    I bet without looking. this comment section is toxic AF

    • Posted by Lord Caelvanir, at Reply

      Isaac Henke – Somehow I’m in there.

    • Posted by Fem Chick, at Reply

      These types of comments are far more common and annoying.

    • Posted by Siddharth Birdi, at Reply

      Then stop making it so!!

  6. Posted by MilitantAntiTheist, at Reply

    Schoolboys in Australia can’t wear pants, while schoolboys in the UK can’t wear shorts. WTF?

    • Posted by Brittaney Dixon, at Reply

      MilitantAntiTheist wtf? why wouldn’t they let them wear pants. That sounds crazy.

    • Posted by Reza Ym, at Reply

      Australia is the whole new level of sexism against men.

    • Posted by samiamrg7, at Reply

      +Brittany Dixon Because it’s Australia and most of the continent is desert. It is the inverse of England where it is cold and wet most of the time. Dress codes are typically shaped after the environment, like how in Islam they want people to where turbans and hijabs originally because they were simply very practical garments for the time and area.

    • Posted by Edward Bernayse666, at Reply

      when do these kids in the UK get their summer vacations? that’s what i’m wondering. also these british kids aren’t used to heat. where i live, almost every summer day reaches a high of over 100 degrees. these kids would hate to spend a summer out here. lol

    • Posted by Gary Read, at Reply

      Edward Bernayse666 it’s the humidity in England that can make the summer unbearable. most go holidays in Europe, where it’s over a hundred, but feels much less humidity.

  7. Posted by Jenny Sleabi, at Reply

    they look like kilts

    • Posted by Jock Wochi, at Reply

      Clan McConnell!

    • Posted by Dirpy Turtle, at Reply

      Jenny Sleabi a kilt is a skirt

    • Posted by Ste H, at Reply

      Jock Wochi – I don’t know why I like your comment, I just know I do.

    • Posted by Fandom Trash, at Reply

      In the U.K. many of our shoots have tartan pattern skirts for girls.

  8. Posted by Shawn Newell, at Reply

    Just call them kilts.

    • Posted by Alexis Grunden, at Reply

      These boys will be converted; kilts are the manliest way for a guy to go pantsless~ XD

  9. Posted by ArcadiaAdams, at Reply

    Skirts > Pants

    No matter what gender

    • Posted by Joey Harper, at Reply

      ArcadiaAdams That’s what boy shorts are for..

    • Posted by Steven Anchundia, at Reply

      Who care wear what you want I prefer jeans not short so I where them in summer when everyone around me wear short hahaha

    • Posted by Bernard Gilbert, at Reply

      Combine the two call them skants. Both boys and girls can then wear them, end of controversy.

      Personally I’m thinking it would have been far better for the school admin to amend the dress code and let the boys wear shorts rather than keeping the stupid dress code and watch them collapse from overheating (even more tragic if one of the students died because of it).

    • Posted by Hanaconda, at Reply

      Bernard Gilbert Those already exist. They’re called Culottes. I used to have to wear them at Brownies.

  10. Posted by First name Last name, at Reply

    Ben was told it was a uniform skirt and still was afterwords confused by them having the same skirt

    • Posted by злюка, at Reply

      Yeah I didn’t even hear it and instantly understood it was a uniform

    • Posted by petra123987, at Reply

      Also, it was said that some of the boys borrowed the skirt from their friends. It makes me worried: if they don’t even pay attention to details of a story they agree with, how incompetent are they with the stories they disagree with?

    • Posted by Xeranx, at Reply

      Petra please keep those thoughts in mind when you watch any other videos they put out. If you view their older stuff, also keep those thoughts in mind as well.

  11. Posted by Abnormal Wrench, at Reply

    Kilts are skirts. Not sure why some are trying to make a distinction there.

    • Posted by Nymeria Meliae, at Reply

      not much difference these days but traditionally a kilt was just a piece of cloth that you wrapped around yourself and a skirt was tailor made as a skirt… and that was the difference. But now kilts are tailor made like skirts.

    • Posted by LarsUlrichIsMe, at Reply

      Actually, Kilts are always knee length and pleated at the back/side.
      Where skirts can be any length and pleated or not.

    • Posted by Edward Bernayse666, at Reply

      it seems like under normal UK/ireland weather conditions, no one would want to wear kilts. it’s normally cold, damp and rainy.

  12. Posted by cadmas, at Reply

    What it was 72 degrees in UK?

    • Posted by sean widdowson, at Reply

      very true!!!

    • Posted by 888nivek, at Reply

      >72 fahrenheit
      >laughs in tropical weather

    • Posted by MPythonGirl, at Reply

      90°F, not 72°F. I verfied.

    • Posted by Edward Bernayse666, at Reply

      @sam vimes when do these kids get a summer vacation? also where i live, most summer days reach over 100 degrees. brits would hate spending a summer out here.

    • Posted by Edward Bernayse666, at Reply

      @furious magpie i didn’t know that the UK was that humid. i learned something new.

  13. Posted by J Briggs, at Reply

    the next generation will grow up to be so pussified.

    • Posted by NyQuiiL Cold & Flu, at Reply

      J Briggs they already are

    • Posted by Jrsydvl2003, at Reply

      Not like American gun-huggers that can’t walk out your own house because the world scares you shitless

    • Posted by J. T., at Reply

      J Briggs You mean all the ones fighting overseas?!

    • Posted by Johnny Threefour, at Reply

      Says the guy with a bunch of video game uploads. Here’s a hint: YOU’RE the generation that is pussified.

  14. Posted by Caged, at Reply

    Aren’t kilts normal in this part of the world.

    • Posted by The #1 Kill Joy, at Reply

      Yeah kilts aren’t skirts, they are different, kilts are normally only worn by men and were actually traditionally worn into battle and they included a guard for the blokes private parts, the queen’s Scottish guard still wear them. Skirts are not made for the same purpose and mostly worn by women, although wear what you want in my opinion

    • Posted by Ongoing Discovery, at Reply

      not in exeter or really anywhere in england tbh. They are normally formal attire for weddings and such anyway. A bit like how japanese people dont wear a kimono generally, but will on important occasions.

    • Posted by Daniella Stuart, at Reply

      read your Dictionary my friend, i think your find a Kilt is a technical a skirt by a different name. the only real deference’s between an Male Kilt and female Kilt is they button up from the opposite side to each other and female kilt will have less cloth. A Kilt is really a style of skirt , like the mini or the pencil or the a line .

    • Posted by Daniella Stuart, at Reply

      Meaning of “kilt” in the English Dictionary

      English
      American
      “kilt” in English

      See all translations
      kilt
      noun [ C ] UK ​ /kɪlt/ US ​ /kɪlt/

      a skirt with many folds, made from tartan cloth and traditionally worn by Scottish men and boys
      Thesaurus: synonyms and related words

      Skirts & kilts

      A-line crinoline dhoti dirndl grass skirt hula skirt loincloth lungi mini miniskirt pencil skirt puffball sarong skirt tutu

    • Posted by Johan Mahoney-Berg, at Reply

      A kilt is made from a much thicker cloth so wearing a kilt in hot weather would make the boys just as uncomfortable as wearing trousers (pants) a skirt is normally made from a much lighter cloth often cotton so much cooler to wear in hot weather

  15. Posted by ranger1000, at Reply

    so now we know what happens when you have liberal parents

    • Posted by lanite85, at Reply

      +Ste H. That’s the problem with being an idiot, you don’t have the smarts to realize what you are doing makes you look idiotic. It’s a horrible catch 22 for them.

    • Posted by Eric Thomas, at Reply

      True, while a conservative parent would have shouted “we live in a country of laws” at their kid and forced them to wear pants even though they’re uncomfortably hot

  16. Posted by idefyu23, at Reply

    Heatwave lol it was like 30 degrees C

    • Posted by Sam H., at Reply

      idefyu23 yes but when you’re used to overcast and 18 degrees throughout August, when you get 2 weeks of 32 it’s too much for a lot of people here.

    • Posted by Gales99, at Reply

      idefyu23
      Very hot for the U.K and it was also very hot at night not just during the day.

    • Posted by Skull Bearer, at Reply

      You want 30 degrees with no air con?

  17. Posted by Ghost Mac, at Reply

    man I respect thous school kids

    • Posted by noahj 457, at Reply

      Ghost Mac then you respect a bunch of damned queers

    • Posted by Jeremy O'Dwyer, at Reply

      Ghost Mac Fair play to them.

    • Posted by JuanTheBone, at Reply

      Ghost Mac You must have a very fragile “manhood” if wearing a piece of clothing makes you question your sexuality.