I'm not aloud to wear:
shirts that show my belly,
g strings in public,
t shirts that show little amount of my boobs.
I'm not aloud to get
Any more piercings,
spray tan ( for my graduation at the end of the year),
days off work,
make up. i can't even talk to my male friends without him asking questions.
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Yes, he is controlling, but at the same time I think that he has a point. He does not want you to look like a tramp. Frankly, any girl who would wear a g string in public is giving the fans a free strip show. Not a good look.
Girls can look sexy, modest and classy at the same time. Men will have a lot more respect for you if you show that respect to yourself.
I have seen plenty of spray tan disasters. Perhaps he does not want you to look like a carrot at your graduation. It happens.
Fake nails are a disaster waiting to happen. My daughter had fake nails applied (against my wishes). An infection developed that caused her nails to fall out. It was nasty, painful and it was six months until her hands looked normal again.
Piercings scream cheap, nasty and trailer trash.
Days off work are a sign of immaturity, unreliability and a desire to become unemployed and stay that way.
Make-up. . . depends how it is applied. You can look good without looking like a stripper.
Also, the word you should have used was 'allowed'. The word 'aloud' means to speak something aloud. Totally different word. Three cheers for Obongo's Common Core disaster.0