Working with the general public (salesclerk at a dollar store), I deal with people day in and day out. Normally, when I'm at the checkout counter, waiting on a customer, my head is tilted down because I'm ringing up merchandise -- I need to see what I'm doing. Unfortunately, at least once every 2 weeks or so, I'll come across a male customer that does not have his pants zipped up. Again, my head is tilted down, looking at what I'm doing, and if the customer has a shopping cart with them, I'm glancing into that shopping cart to see if they have paid for everything, which is standard procedure. But when looking in that general direction, while not purposely trying, there are times when I can't help notice what is fairly obvious . And yes, there has been at least one time where the guy was going commando. It wasn't pretty. Of course, I believe the best course of action is to keep my mouth shut, take the customer's money, a cheerful "Thank you, come back!", and send them on their way. Confession: I probably don't mind so much if the guy is hot to begin with, but I do mind more so with others. (Yes, I know: Hypocrite of the week award!:biggrin1: But at least I own up to it.:tongue: ) Look, there's a time and a place for everything. Yes, there is a time and a place where if you want to whip it out and show the world, that's perfectly fine. I have no problem with that. But in the setting of a retail establishment (with a family atmosphere, where children are often present), my fellow men: please have the decency to zip it up.