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    • #414802
      PY Marshall
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      Registered On: July 21, 2018
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      Plumber & Heating engineer, self employed for the last 30 yrs, supposed to be retired. Pyxx

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    • #414679
      Anonymous
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      I’m white collar, I’m a lawyer. I love white underwear.

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    • #414425
      Robyn Drake
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      Registered On: March 19, 2019
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      Multi-colored

      Jobs since I was 18, in order…

      Junior Officer US Navy, Fracking Crew, Petroleum Engineer, Research Assistant, Fire Control Engineer, Intern Department of Energy, Research Assistant, Economist, Teacher (Statistic and Finance), Artist, Teacher (Painting, Drawing, Art History), Substitute Teacher, Video Store, Garden and Nursery Sales, Landscape Design, Economist, Teacher (Economics), Senior Executive (Fortune 1000 Company), Teacher (Painting), Artist.

      Its been an interesting ride.

      – Robyn

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    • #414417
      Terri
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      Registered On: May 17, 2016
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      Retired Law enforcement and tben security for a college. Vietnam vet. Numerous part time jobs to supplement income for large family.

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    • #414356
      Beth
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      Registered On: May 6, 2020
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      Over 20 years blue, now white.

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    • #414284
      James Brine
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      Registered On: October 13, 2020
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      White collar I guess. It’s more jeans and tee-shirt. 10 years community mental health. As a note, I’m still very new into the online cross dressing./transgendered community. It’s nice to see a confirmation of the diversity of people.

      Sivvi

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      • #414315
        Anonymous
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        Blue collar , greenkeeper by trade .

        Now self employed, lawn and garden maintenance . 🌞🌞

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    • #414164
      Bettylou Cox
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      Registered On: May 26, 2019
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      Long since retired, but during my working years, my collar was Air Force blue or BDU; and later, so was my EMT collar. But today, I think pink.

      Bettylou

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      • #414169
        T.J. Byron
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        Registered On: October 18, 2018
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        Betty Lou….

        Thanks again for All your ” Blue Collar” services.

        Me…retired Army …we had many collars ; khaki, white,& green. The one I wore most were my Scrubs, as a surgeon.

        Also retired from THE VA.

        later…Ms Pink…

        Dr.T.J.

         

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        • #414223
          Bettylou Cox
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          …And my thanks to you, also, TJ. When we were under MAC, I also wore my Medic whites, or Dress Blues; but later, under TAC (later ACC) it was BDU (camo for civilians) until I retired.
          It was a good life, and I still dream about it, sometimes.

          Hugs,
          Bettylou

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    • #414113
      Kay Lambert
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      Registered On: February 28, 2017
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      White collar, for sure. Didn’t want dirt under my nails. As for TMI, it’s always nice to know what we have on. As I write this, I have on lavender colored high cut panties with ivory polka dots, nude stw pantyhose and a very pretty ivory camisole. I feel great underneath and rest assured, I can’t fix it.

      Kay

       

       

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    • #414090
      Tayler
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      Registered On: November 29, 2020
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      Blue collar and bleeding hands for me, been in the cabinetry industry in some form or another for many years

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    • #410612
      Kitty Van Curen
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      I’m one of the ‘white collar’ crowd. I’m an Exec. assistant at Deloitte.

      Thanks!

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    • #408853
      Sharon Wiltshire
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      Registered On: July 27, 2020
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      white collar I guess, but more hoodie & jeans (software engineer)

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    • #408470
      Leslie
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      Registered On: September 14, 2020
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      I worked part of my way through college loading trucks with 98# bags of cement. The Army green for four years. Then until I got riffed because of COVID-19 I was in various IT jobs mostly network for the next 40+ years. Last with a large car rental company for 20 of those years. So now I am retired not by choice.

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    • #408468
      Amy Marino
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      Registered On: October 22, 2020
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      White collar.  And at the moment, white corset, white bra, white stockings, white panties.  But that may be TMI.

      LOL

      Ames

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    • #408461
      Donna Hall
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      Registered On: October 25, 2020
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      White collar

      As well as a white high rise girdle gartered to nude  hose..

      Donna

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    • #408025
      Prudence
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      Registered On: January 7, 2020
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      Hi Kelli, Good Question. I would have to say Blue collar, being I built Aircraft for 32 1/2 years. But I would under dress at times at work.   TC  Hugs Pru

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    • #407961
      DeeAnn Hopings
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      Registered On: November 10, 2019
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      43 years as a mechanical engineer, but retired now, so in theory that would indicate white collar. However the reality is that I have often been in hot factories doing floor measurements for locating machinery for installation or in near 100F weather directing crews to unload containers of machinery and move it into a building or  starting up and debugging machinery. It isn’t all office work.

      When I was working in Taiwan, the weather (except for winter) is often in the 95F to 98F range with VERY high humidity. To put that into perspective, the Heat Index for those conditions is the same as here in the desert for around 118F with single digit humidity. I would tell newcomers that after you walked from the parking lot to our construction building, your morning shower is history…

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    • #407928
      karley delaware
      Baroness - Annual
      Registered On: October 23, 2017
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      Hi Kelli………….Blue Collar for me…………..loading boxes onto a belt , fetching boxes for customers…………getting  a verbal dressing down from customers for  “lousy service” ( I get blamed for a  chain of goof ups so they vent on me)……..it’s all good, considering my life  circumstances and the pay / benefits…..I am grateful for the job.   Plus, wearing uniform shorts and my pony tail makes me feel like a girl in guy clothes.   Once had a co-worker that would purposely leave the heavy and big stuff for little me.   He was an A-hole cave man type and politicly well set.     I would quietly use physics and leveraging to get it done without  much added effort.  Love figuring things out and being creative.  You know what they say about “Man-Hours of Work”?    A woman can do the same task in 20 minutes!!!    giggles……………karley

    • #407921
      Dawn Wyvern
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      Registered On: February 23, 2019
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      I am another ‘green collar’ medical worker like Bianca and TJB. – Im a nurse practitioner working in a very Blue collar industry Offshore on an oil platform in the north sea!

      hugs Dawn x

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    • #407881
      Bianca Everdene
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      Registered On: April 11, 2017
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      can’t label me (not for the first time🤣) or what about no collar, I’m a nurse, just shapeless green scrubs at the moment😢

      ❤️B

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    • #407880
      Krista
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      Registered On: January 24, 2017
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      Hi Kelli, great question, I really enjoyed reading everyone’s comments. I started out in blue collar back in the early 1970s (as a factory worker, mail delivery and then in grounds landscaping/maintenance). Been white collar ever since; from a junior office worker, I rose up through the ranks to CEO of a multi-million dollar corporation with a thousand employees.  Retired four years ago and loving life.  Stay safe, stay healthy, All the Best, Hugs, Krista.

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    • #407870
      Cindy Jones
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      Registered On: July 31, 2018
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      Hi Kelli,

      Thanks for the neat question.  Another cool way to get to know our awesome ladies.  I’m always struck by the diversity of our group.  And, of course, that one thing we all share in common.

      For me, it’s both.  Still working and wishing for retirement.  I’ve been at the same company for 31+ years.  Blue collar as a field technician for the first decade.  White collar from there, in various roles in sales, IT, sales support, supply chain, ops support (Jill of all trades, master of none).

      Luv, Cindy

       

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    • #407854
      Jeannie Jones
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      Registered On: October 9, 2020
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      I have been both. The last several years a white collar girl.

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    • #407815
      Paula F
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      Registered On: August 7, 2019
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      Mostly blue collar, but I wore a white one for a while managing a rent to own store and made a million dollars, for someone else. Did that for 16 years until the stress nearly made me crazy.  Went into asset protection for a little while and how hospital security.

      PaulaF

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    • #407762
      Natalie Moore
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      Registered On: June 3, 2020
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      White collar that works with Blue collar, I work in public safety.

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      • #408140
        Regine Rich
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        Registered On: October 9, 2020
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        Blue collar all my life,from constrution worker, to heavy equip. operator,to truck driver, and now heavy truck mechanic

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    • #407757
      Rei Durden
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      Registered On: October 11, 2020
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      Mostly Blue Collar for the last 25 years (with the occasional crossover to white) making boxes in the packaging industry.

       

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    • #407753
      Sandy Jayson
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      Registered On: September 29, 2019
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      Blue collar here.  40 years trailer unlaoder at retail and 27 years letter carrier (mail man).

      Sandy

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      • #408465
        Leslie
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        Registered On: September 14, 2020
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        As a letter carrier does the name Charlie Coyle mean anything to you?

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      Sa•man•tha
      Managing Ambassador
      Registered On: January 21, 2018
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      Always had a blue collar job, mostly in or around one of the building trades

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    • #407730
      Rachel Cross
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      Registered On: October 13, 2020
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      i guess i have 2 collars. i own my own business for over 30 years and still going. i do all the buying and selling, plus moving. i like my job. no one tells me what to do. i guess i wear both collars. mostly blue though. i hate suites and dont own one, but let me tell you about my dresses.

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    • #407716
      Celeste Starre
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      Registered On: June 26, 2018
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      Self employed carpenter now retired.  Always wore either T shirts or tank tops on the job so “no collar”

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    • #407714
      Kristin H
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      Registered On: November 2, 2020
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      Dirty blue collar in a heavy trade.

      Self employed which has been one of the greatest rewards of my life

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    • #407706
      Jessica Wilde
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      Registered On: October 5, 2020
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      My collar is just about as blue as they come. I’ve got one of the most manly jobs there is which I do wearing panties lol. If they only knew!

      Since everyone else is putting their proffesion I’ll follow suit here. I’m a pipefitter. Work around a lot of very rough men on a daily basis. I noticed that a lot of you are in what I call heavy trades and I know most of you are surrounded by rough men also. Hell I am one of the rough ones.

      This turned out to be an interesting topic.

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    • #407678
      Caty Ryan
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      Registered On: August 27, 2017
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      White collar, (with shades of blue). Worked in family manufacturing/exporting business all my career. “Early doors”, did both “blue and white collar” jobs.. Both out in the factory and in the office. Ended up white collar for the last 20 years

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    • #407666
      Jamie Taal
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      Registered On: June 14, 2019
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      Off white cowl neck silk collar and work in a design profession

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    • #407660
      Bridgette VonSmirff
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      Registered On: October 18, 2020
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      Blue uniform collar for 20 years,  USN. Now white collar, engineer.

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    • #407657
      Elaine
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      Registered On: September 2, 2015
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      White collar – middle management with Defense Department then government contractor.

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    • #407655
      Joanne Jackson
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      Registered On: May 26, 2020
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      Started blue (steelworker) then Navy blue then white collar ever since leaving the Navy.  The Navy gave me opportunities that translated well into civilian life.

      Would love a pink collar job though.  😮

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    • #407653
      Robin Girly
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      Registered On: March 29, 2020
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      Blue collar.Work in construction.

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    • #407650
      Natalie Jones
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      Registered On: September 20, 2020
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      Blue collar and pink panties!

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    • #407648
      Anonymous
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      Dirty blue collar. Started as machinist rebuilding engines, heavy duty mechanic on farm, forestry , industrial equipment, welder ,equipment operator, now a truck mechanic for hydro, and a farmer… we down scaled but had 90 momma cows for few years… And 1200 acres… and I was a forest fire fighter for 3 summers.

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    • #407646
      MacKenzie Alexandra
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      I would be white collar. I have been an educator for 20 plus years, primarily at high school level.

      MacKenzie Alexandra

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    • #407645
      Sarah Du Hessisse
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      Registered On: September 16, 2020
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      Blue Collar – Electronics repair Technician.

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    • #407626
      Grace Scarlett
      Baroness - Annual
      Registered On: July 26, 2020
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      Hi Kelli

      As I am a vicar, I guess I am white collar……………..

      ……only joking!!

      Started off blue, but Def white now.

      Smiles, grace ❤️

    • #407612
      Renee
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      Registered On: November 15, 2019
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      White collar now but was blue collar for almost 25 years as a diesel tech.

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    • #407611
      Michelle
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      Registered On: October 14, 2020
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      Blue collar, carpenter by trade,  locksmith and door technician.

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    • #407606
      Billy
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      Registered On: July 15, 2019
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      White collar, soon to be retired physician.

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    • #407604
      Heather Jameson
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      Registered On: April 1, 2019
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      Definitely blue collar, steelworker for 32 years.

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    • #407595
      Dani CD
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      Registered On: September 10, 2020
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      Blue collar for sure, I’m a diesel mechanic. Unfortunately it takes a lot of effort to make my hands look girly, usually the closest thing I get to French tips is grease under my finger nails.                                                                         Dani👩🏻‍🔧

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    • #407555
      Jessica Wilde
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      Registered On: October 5, 2020
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      My collar is just about as blue as they come. I’ve got one of the most manly jobs there is which I do wearing panties lol. If they only knew!

    • #407553
      ChloeC
      Duchess
      Registered On: November 5, 2019
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      White collar.  As usual, practically every job,  I was expected to wear a tie, dress shirt, jacket, good slacks, for years (I still have about 10-15 khakis from that era…and they still fit!).  And actually had a job for a few years where everyone had to wear a WHITE shirt and tie every day…and night…and weekends. It was shift work, for a job that was 7 day/24 hour rotating week. Eventually they went to casual clothes late night and on weekends. This was only a very slightly ‘on display’ job as we worked in a large cavernous darkened room. Eventually, after I left it slowly got a lot more casual (see ‘Pushing Tin’) .

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    • #407550
      T.J. Byron
      Duchess
      Registered On: October 18, 2018
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      Did my best work in P.J.s….scrubs…a surgeon.  Started in 1971…Retired in 2017.

      Dr.T.J.

    • #407548
      Shana Mac
      Baroness
      Registered On: November 4, 2020
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      Blue for sure.

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    • #407506
      Rikki Edwards
      Duchess
      Registered On: January 28, 2019
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      I am still working but definitely white collar.

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