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Does Sharing a Dressing Room Make You Uncomfortable?

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I’m odd.  I tend to overly worry about what’s socially acceptable to the point where I’ve been called a stick in the mud.

On the rare occasion that my wife and I shop for clothes together, we’ve been known to call each other into the dressing room for help and approval.

I would rather call my wife into the dressing room than parade in front of everyone.

A friend of mine said there is “no way” he’d have his wife come into the stall with him and that he get’s uncomfortable when he hears couples together in the next room.

I guess I had never thought of it that way before.  It’s not like there’s anything inappropriate going on… and most dressing rooms aren’t separated by gender anymore anyhow.

Does the idea of sharing a dressing room make you uncomfortable?

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