Thursday, March 26, 2015

Message to Errata employees

Dear employees,

Starting next week, Errata Security will be following RSA Conference's lead and institute a "Morality Dress Code" in order to deal with the problem of loose women on the premises.

Attire of an overly revealing or suggestive nature is not permitted. Examples of such attire may include but are not restricted to:

  • Tops displaying excessive cleavage;
  • Tank tops, halter tops, camisole tops or tube tops;
  • Miniskirts or minidresses;
  • Shorts;
  • Lycra (or other Second-Skin) bodysuits;
  • Objectionable or offensive costumes.
These guidelines are applicable to all staff, regardless of gender, and will be strictly enforced. Therefore, Dave's practice of showing up on casual Friday's in a miniskirt and push-up bra will no longer be tolerated. We have burkas on hand of varying sizes for those who fail to comply.

If you have any questions, please consult the Morality Officer for your department.

Robert Graham
CEO, Errata Security

"Shalim" by Zivya - Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons -

PS: This is satire, of course. We don't support RSA's morality code.


Anonymous said...

I'm sure that RSA will turn away all customers (both male and female) who display any cleavage or leg skin.

No, really.


lucia said...

Men who have cleavage should definitely not display it. Butt cleavage should not be displayed.