This Girl Was Pulled Out Of Class And Forced To Miss Her Exam Because Her Outfit Was Deemed "Too Distracting"
Is she 100% sure the hall monitor said "distracting"? Appalling seems much more applicable. The black lipstick, black leggings, and unevenly cut jorts? All covered up by Nana's throw blanket? Looks like someone is 2000 and late. I don't know about thrown out of class, but at the very least someone should have sent her down to the bathroom to take a look in the mirror.
Seeing as I am not a 16 year old boy, I am not at liberty to say what is and isn't distracting. However if I had to venture to guess I would say that anything with four limbs and the even the most subtle makings of a pair of boobs probably falls in that category. That doesn't mean this girl's outfit was inappropriate, and it certainly doesn't mean it's okay to make her change out of her clothes. It does mean that she's a young, developing woman that has the ability to unintentionally throw off the focus of a group of hormone crazed savages.
Let's get to the more important part of this story. This chick didn't just look a gift horse in the mouth, but she questioned the gift horse's intent and then disparagingly tweeted about it. She was presented with the unforeseen blessing of a makeup test and she's upset about it?!? If dressing like an asshole was all you have to do to get out of taking a test at it's scheduled time I would have shown up to every midterm in a tube top with my dick in my hand. If she's losing then who is winning? Makeup tests are an automatic victory. You're never fully prepared for the original, and while that extra time you are given to study never goes to good use, it certainly feels like it gives you a better chance to succeed. You think I am crying any tears for Ashley? The extra cramming time she just got probably boosted her grade by a full letter. I am not sure how much she was distracting others, but the thought that she was just bought her a distraction-free test taking environment. Maybe just look on the bright side instead of wondering how you ended up with the view.