Non-Uniform Days, In British Schools Versus American Schools!

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  • NasikaSakura
    NasikaSakura Month ago +3789

    Actually, my American high school banned costumes. We still had dress codes, like skirts had to go at least to fingertip length when arms are held straight against the sides and no spaghetti straps or flip flops/thongs. For that matter, my public American elementary school had a "dress code" which was really "you can pick among 4 uniforms we're selected from this pamphlet." 🙃 That was, unless you were too poor to afford the uniform and the school agreed it wasn't worth the fuss to provide you with a used one that was donated by way of a waiver. Thankfully, the other kids thought it was cool- not that you're poor. XD

    • Nimeesha Sharma
      Nimeesha Sharma 2 days ago

      @Lydia Rosalie Hill that would be fun to see lol. Teacher trying to scold you for a short skirt when it's actually not breaking any rules lol

    • thorn lilyn
      thorn lilyn 2 days ago

      I went to a uniform school and I had to wear black and red every day I hated it mostly because the school was always melting during the summer so bouble melt but at least it was okay during winter.

    • The infamous lemon
      The infamous lemon 14 days ago

      Bro it just aint ever gonna be the same. Ur never gonna understand

    • S!mplyXr0bl0x
      S!mplyXr0bl0x 19 days ago


    • Markuz T
      Markuz T 20 days ago

      When it comes to American schools and wherein costumes it depends on what the comstume is

  • OMG
    OMG Day ago +14

    Welp...most casual American schools really don't care. And yeah wearing pajamas to school with a blanket is pretty nice 😂

  • XxCrazyTinkxX
    XxCrazyTinkxX Month ago +36

    I remember in year 8 I paid my £1 for Non School Uniform Day's in 1p coins. my teacher made me collect the rest of class, Count it all & then I had to take it to the main school reception. At least I got to miss the 1st half of lesson 😀

  • camryn ross
    camryn ross Month ago +14

    We have strict dress code with 4 colors of collared shirts with the schools name and 3 different skirts with 3 colors each that have to go to the top of your knee and the same with the shorts. Only black red or blue solid colored leggings. And no leggings under shorts. There is no dresses after 6th grade also. :)

  • JellyJester
    JellyJester 22 days ago +15

    Nah, in America it would be more like:
    "Hey why do you have on a costume"
    "It's non-uniform day and I forgot to switch the clothes"
    "And why did you forget"
    "Because I was playing some games, and realized it was already 10:00, and my mom was yelling at me, it was a whole ordeal"
    "So next time don't get distracted, I'm giving you a pass to the nurse's office so you can change your clothes to something less...distracting"
    "But this is the only thing I have"
    "Then you'll have to borrow some clothes"
    "But all of them are too small for me"
    "Too bad, seeya"

  • Noriaki Kakyoin
    Noriaki Kakyoin Month ago

    In my school, (I'm from Puerto Rico) its more like the british schools according to this video. At one point ot wasn't allowed to wear hoodies. And we're only allowed to wear jeans with closed shoes (sneakers/boots ig). So skirts aren't allowed, off the shoulder shirts either... Short sleeves aren't allowed... Yeah... Now that I think about it our dress codes in Puerto Rico are pretty strict compared to a lot of American schools.

  • grboski
    grboski Month ago

    at my school in Brazil we were never required to wear uniforms, at least when I was at school. Once they gave out mandatory new uniforms but within a few months no one wore them anymore.

  • Zero Yeets
    Zero Yeets Month ago

    100% accurate for the British school. My secondary school charges you £1 just to wear your own clothes. And they removed it, so everyone has to wait until the end of the year. Instead, we have funky footwear and still have to pay a pound for something no one will pay attention to unless you're a teacher or you have a foot fetish.

  • TikTok Gaming
    TikTok Gaming Month ago +4

    My middle school is we have to pay a dollar to every Friday just to wear non uniform, but we just hurry and walk past the teachers so we don’t get dress coded😂

  • FaTiiLiZeD PuPPeT
    FaTiiLiZeD PuPPeT Month ago +3151

    Welp...most casual American schools really don't care. And yeah wearing pajamas to school with a blanket is pretty nice 😂

    • Void Istrash
      Void Istrash Month ago

      Bruh a couple weeks ago I got into my school some kid was wearing some pajamas with a sweater lol

    • Aiden
      Aiden Month ago

      Never done that except for on pajama days.

    • Kin
      Kin Month ago

      My school is American public so we don’t have uniforms and tbh I’m in the fence about the idea.
      On one hand I like how uniforms look and it would make getting dresses easier. On the other hand if I had to wear a skirt every day I feel like gender dysmorphia would a finally catch up to me.

    • Afton Breaux
      Afton Breaux Month ago

      Not me they made me take my hoodie off that I tucked in bc it was 10 degrees outside. It didn't even have pockets. I had to sit outside for an hour an a half in the cold without my hoodie.

    • Natalie Plamp
      Natalie Plamp Month ago

      What school you going to ???

  • Micah Seiler
    Micah Seiler 20 days ago

    Honestly, the schools (American) I've been to have been so strict with no tank tops, not short skirts, etc, on dress down days, I've never stopped to consider what the teachers would say if I just walked in with a Disney princess costume or something that didn't break the no shoulders and whatnot rule. I mean, nothing says I can't, technically

  • XxZeroYTxX
    XxZeroYTxX Month ago +1

    My school bans things like costumes and we do have a uniform. I've never known that a non-uniform day existed because my district doesn't do that. It does do a few things similar, but never the actual thing. The most memorable thing I've done that was close to non-uniform day would be pajama day. So I really don't get the complete concept of it but I do have a bit of a idea.

  • Tøkyo
    Tøkyo Month ago +1

    Mostly, I agree with you on your videos. American schools usually have the upper hand, but when it comes to dress code, I don’t know why, but they are sooo strict, way worse than British schools. Just saying

  • Meep
    Meep 2 days ago

    Got yelled at for wearing printed leggings. They thought it was my underwear, and after close investigations they determined it was not my underwear. I was still forced to wear one of the uniform shirts over it and then all leggings were banned the next day.

  • yujins
    yujins Month ago +976

    This is so accurate 😭 like why does it hurt to wear a coat or hoodie or trainers on A NON UNIFORM DAY??

    • I...
      I... 2 days ago +1

      @Arindam Adhikary how?

    • I...
      I... 3 days ago +1

      @Arindam Adhikary continue ..

    • Arindam Adhikary
      Arindam Adhikary 3 days ago

      @I... yeh

    • I...
      I... 3 days ago +1

      @Arindam Adhikary really?!

    • Arindam Adhikary
      Arindam Adhikary 3 days ago

      @I... i know you are

  • discount Satan
    discount Satan 15 hours ago +1

    Meanwhile my Australian school doesn't allow you to
    Show shoulder
    Wear croptops
    No short pants(even when it's really outskirts have to be up to your knees at least same with dresses
    A dress has to cover shoulders
    You cannot wear a costume less that's the reason for a non uniform day
    Basically has to be a more casual version of the school sport uniform but you can wear long pants or long sleeves

  • Jivgirl
    Jivgirl Month ago +1

    In my school, we have around 5+ civvies days where there's a theme, for example, wearing Zulu clothes for a Zulu theme. Some of them are fund-raisers so we have to pay Or we bring 5 good eco-bricks and get a civvies day. We're not allowed to wear non-uniform on Fridays because it's uniform check.

  • Thenonkiller
    Thenonkiller Month ago +2

    My school calls them “dress-down days” and you have to pay $1 for every piece of clothing: 1 for short, 1 for pants, and maybe 1 for jacket/hoodie, and 1 for hat.
    You don’t have to pay for jackets/hoodies if they’re embroidered.

    • Shavansky
      Shavansky 23 days ago

      That’s crazy! My school was a dollar for the day for everything. Granted, I grew up in a low income area and many didn’t participate because they couldn’t afford even an extra dollar. Teachers used to give extra credit to the food drives, but it was banned because students would donate food their families recieved from the food pantry to receive better grades and compete with their classmates. The school banned paying for better grades after that. Needless to say, I can’t picture asking families to pay that much. Many can’t even spare a can of corn.

  • ꧁ՏIᗰᑭᒪII☯︎ᗩᖇII꧂

    I like how he always stereotypes Britain and America 😃

  • Olivia Stratton
    Olivia Stratton Month ago +258

    My school definitely lived up to the American stereotype. There was a guy who wore a pink fluffy coat to school everyday. There were a couple of people who wore trenchcoats. One guy wore a three-piece suit everyday. One of my friends wore sheer tights with short-shorts regularly. It was all over the place. And the week leading up to Halloween was always super fun.

    • evekat _moonlight
      evekat _moonlight 6 days ago +2

      @Kat simps for Leviathan oh


    • Kat simps for Leviathan
      Kat simps for Leviathan 6 days ago +1

      @evekat _moonlight hmm I'd say start smaller. Just parts of cosplay. Like a survey corps jacket or a replica Sailor moon skirt. Then work your way up

    • evekat _moonlight
      evekat _moonlight 6 days ago +2

      @Kat simps for Leviathan what should I wear first?

    • evekat _moonlight
      evekat _moonlight 6 days ago +2

      @Kat simps for Leviathan I live in the US, i must try this

    • Kat simps for Leviathan
      Kat simps for Leviathan 13 days ago +1

      I wish I could have gone to an American school. I would have found every ridiculous way to not quite break the dress code and it'd involve a lot of cosplay (or really whatever I could be bothered to make)

  • Lonk The Great and Powerful

    As an American I am proud to say that I've seen a kid go to school in a full suit of armour

  • AikoChan
    AikoChan Month ago +1

    I'm having a non-uniform day this Friday and it's literally the first time this year high schools are so strict also they were originally going to not allow ripped jeans but now you are allowed to with tights or fish nets which I think is cool

  • catty mcbatty
    catty mcbatty Month ago

    As it happens, in my (british) school we recently had a no school uniform day (I forgot about it, as per tradition), and someone was dressed as Dumbledore from Harry Potter.

  • Megachad
    Megachad Month ago

    As a swedish guy, the thought of uniforms actually scares me

  • OliveAnimates
    OliveAnimates Month ago +1128

    That’s semi accurate, but he would immediately be sent to the principals office for wearing a hat :)

    • zemblxnxty
      zemblxnxty 21 day ago

      in my school we can hear hats

    • The Artists Journey
      The Artists Journey 22 days ago

      We don’t have a dress code at my art high school

    • Emma Smith
      Emma Smith 22 days ago


    • Josiah Miller
      Josiah Miller 25 days ago

      So true

    • Josh
      Josh 26 days ago

      In my country School hats are aloud just you can't where them in some classes

  • Team Gaming
    Team Gaming Month ago +1

    The British one HIT me hard!!
    It’s so true!!! XD

  • Callie Masters
    Callie Masters Month ago

    I went to an American school in Britain, and we still had to pay 50p for the privilege of non-uniform days. (This was decades ago.) I always wondered who got all the money.

  • Angel p
    Angel p Month ago

    here in london on mufti days (non uniform days we call them mufti) it’s true we have to pay a pound to wear something and like as
    long as it’s appropriate shouldn’t be a problem doesnt matter the gender

  • zozoey_05
    zozoey_05 27 days ago

    my school’s student council managed to change the dress code so it’s super basic- cover where a swimsuit would at least, nothing that will hinder your movement, nothing sharp/dangerous, no profanity, and close toed shoes. it’s honestly fine we don’t get anyone showing up in outrageous outfits most people just wear sweatpants and tshirts and hoodies to school

  • Mu$!r0°m
    Mu$!r0°m Month ago +928

    I go to an American school, which is also a private Catholic school, in which means we have uniforms and that is exactly how my teachers talk to us on non-uniform days. Its also $1 most of the time.

    • Kayla Perkins
      Kayla Perkins Month ago +1

      @Mu$!r0°m Damn that's a scam

      It's wild to me that stuff like this is allowed

      I honestly think that uniformed schools are worse about showing who has money and who doesn't

      Like in not uniform schools I went to if you get dress coded you would have to wear your PE clothes for the rest of the day. If you didn't have a change of clothes you got the old ones from storage

      I know my boyfriend had a teacher who charged kids 25 cents for a notebook but she claimed it was for next year's notebook

      His mom went to the school and told the principal about it and the teacher got in trouble but not fired, but she held a grudge against my boyfriend (who was like 7 at the time)

    • Mu$!r0°m
      Mu$!r0°m Month ago +2

      @Kayla Perkins My school literally buys there uniforms from Target and Old Navy, and some kids can't afford uniforms cause they sell stuff at a horrible price, so they have to take stuff from the storage for free. It's so stupid cause some kids are getting polos for 30$ and there only 10$ in stores. Same with skirts there like 40$ for ONE!

    • Mu$!r0°m
      Mu$!r0°m Month ago +2

      @Haley T I know right! For me school was $3000 and times that by three for me and my siblings. It's the most ridiculous thing ever.

    • Shoto Todoroki
      Shoto Todoroki Month ago +1

      IK ITS SO ACCURATE today I were a crop top to class and I didn’t get in trouble ( I go to a catholic school)

    • M Bready
      M Bready Month ago +2

      OMG SAME

  • Scripted
    Scripted 22 days ago

    Oh yeah this happens all the time in my american school, i get tired of walking in the halls and seeing someone with a halloween costume on in winter 🤦‍♂️

  • Ethan Gerstein
    Ethan Gerstein 22 days ago

    Can confirm, I wore a maid outfit to school twice and didn’t get questioned beyond them asking why I was wearing it

  • JELLY Giraffe
    JELLY Giraffe Month ago +2

    The whole group chat was talking about what they were going to wear on non uniform day, I swear it happens like 1 in a million years

  • Levi
    Levi Month ago

    This is very accurate actually. Today is our last day of school for the year, so we got to wear what we wanted, and 2 people came in cosplay. I mean kudos for them for having the confidence to even come wearing them

  • TimeBucks
    TimeBucks Month ago +2660

    The British version is most accurate

    • Lucas Britt
      Lucas Britt Month ago

      Nah no we don’t we actually grew up and put on decent clothes

    • JELLYepix
      JELLYepix Month ago

      @Skye Sewell the paying money part is true

    • luvxroblox
      luvxroblox Month ago

      It’s not true at all bc you can wear ur pjs to non uniform day if u wanted and no one would care

    • blaze burner
      blaze burner Month ago

      No not true

  • Chips
    Chips Month ago +1

    In Australia our 1 and 2 dollar coins are gold so it’s a “gold coin donation”, which means the school makes even more money on all the people that bring 2 dollar coins.

  • BoostAddict
    BoostAddict 18 days ago

    Lol my school didn't even have uniforms to begin with. Another high school nearby did, and their casual dress days even had regulations like this. Most days you had to wear a uniform, on casual days you had a choice between like 2 other things that were still the same colours and branding as the uniform. There were a lot of reasons I didn't go there.

  • StarTheNarrator *
    StarTheNarrator * Month ago

    I go to a very small art centered school where pretty much everyone has at least one day of the week where they decide to look like it’s Halloween (me included) but I feel this is pretty accurate

  • Ofie Lopez
    Ofie Lopez Month ago

    I laughed so hard!!!!

  • ARMYNCTzenStay Kpop
    ARMYNCTzenStay Kpop Month ago +912

    Most of my teachers are pretty chill with non uniform days.(some of the girls wear crop tops, thin straps, short skirts/shorts etc so they do get a bit iffy sometimes)

    Last year we had 2 in row, one for only students and the other for students and teachers but the first day we had a teacher dome in wearing this brightly coloured top and whenever he got told he wasn't supposed to be in his own clothes he'd just say "I know, but I don't care" it was probably cuz it was his last week of teaching at my school but I loved him.

    (I'm from Britain)

    • VioletLion
      VioletLion Month ago

      Same, to the top bit

    • Scar Scar Taco Cat
      Scar Scar Taco Cat Month ago

      For me it is the opposite, my school is like the video’s British schools

    • PatheticTV
      PatheticTV Month ago +2

      @Gingerbrave and then mr beast came and gave everyone a million dollars, yeah sure

    • Ben Creech
      Ben Creech Month ago


    • Gingerbrave
      Gingerbrave Month ago +5

      As a person from America, a kid literally had to pay for her non uniform then 2 minutes later got called a swear by a teacher and got sent home, and no she didn’t get back money

  • Esme
    Esme 26 days ago

    Lmao the last non-uniform day we had, some random girl starting a petition and a protest because some gurl who was not respecting the dress code had been WARNED by a teacher. Bc of that, the school decided to cancel the rest of the non uniform days of the year 💀

  • [ContentDeleted]

    Actually, in my America school we had to pay and still then there were limits, we couldn't wear hoodies and only wore one outfit. Skirt or pants was the only difference in the outfit.

  • J-dope
    J-dope Month ago

    As a British, I can relate this, so heavenly

  • Reaking
    Reaking 3 days ago +1

    Very relatable 😂

  • JuriAmari
    JuriAmari Month ago +35

    My dress down days have been more like the UK schools than the US ones (and I’m in the US). We paid $5 for charity in exchange for a dress down day/jeans day but even with that, our outfit selection was very limited.

    Does that mean I’ve been abroad the whole time I was in school? 🤔

  • YowzGaming
    YowzGaming Month ago +1

    I am actually British and this is soo accurate. You make my day

  • Ruka Star
    Ruka Star 19 days ago

    Lol, we don't even have uniforms in America unless You're in a very high-end private school. 😂

  • Shavansky
    Shavansky 23 days ago

    I beg to differ as an American. I’ve been dress coded on a few dress down days. Once was because it was an athletic day (field day) we were to wear shorts because we would be outside all day, but your shorts for girls had to pass the finger test to be “mid-thigh. Even though they could be shorter for gym class. I wore my gym shorts and was almost sent to the office when I told the witch “it’s that or the school pants I have in my locker these are my gym shorts and all I own.” I was in a low income district so she knew better than to flip out because that was genuinely all I owned and it was already approved for gym class. The other time I wore a scarf on a dress down day which apparently wasn’t allowed and I begged the teacher to let me just put it in my locker. She rolled her eyes but let me. A month later a different student wore a scarf. It was orange day and her scarf was the only orange thing she had on but she added it so she could wear jeans. The teacher never said anything to her cause that girl is popular. Long story short, it’s not better here in the states. As an education major, I hope to not be those teachers who snap over everything and would like to enforce rules equally.

  • ‡ Angy _ Goblin ‡

    I have these finger claw thingys that i got from Spirit Halloween and i wore them to school bc me and my friend were matching-
    I passed by a teacher and they asked what they were so i said they are my claws
    The teacher just said “well i would call them finger accessory’s because claws sounds like a weapon and there are no weapons allowed at school”
    Had a good laugh about it when i got to my friend

  • JellyAya
    JellyAya Month ago +14

    Yeah that's accurate for American schools, I've seen goths, cosplayers, even a few kids wearing the same shirt for a week (I was deciding between the reasons of if they were lazy, did laundry every day, or something was up at home). It's pretty much going to a comicon and seeing who does what for how long.

  • Lewis Donnison
    Lewis Donnison 22 days ago

    I'm from the UK and was about 15 I think and its was non uniform day, I had a cap on and went into math class and the teacher told me to take it off because it was ' rude to wear a hat in her class' 🤣🤣 so I got referred to another class because I refused to take it off 😅

  • ronaldmcdonald
    ronaldmcdonald 14 days ago

    It isn't a mistake, it's a ✨ MASTERPIECE ✨

  • JJ
    JJ Month ago

    I feel nice seeing the comments saying that in some places you aren’t aloud to wear hats, in my last school I wasn’t but now I only have to take off my hoodie and hat in gym lol

  • Necrobach
    Necrobach Month ago

    Yeah I remember a non uniform day at my secondary school.

    “Non-uniform day.

    No hoodies
    Skirts must be appropriate in length
    No ripped jeans
    No jogging bottoms
    No tracksuits
    No band tees
    No skull tees
    No items that may be deemed offensive

    Like at that point why bother paying a quid?

  • It's Candxcorn
    It's Candxcorn Month ago +310

    In Britain, the money is to raise funds for charity, and, at least in my school, we are not allowed to wear the hoods up in school, but we can still wear hoodies.

    (Edit) I just remembered my school does do a charity walk every year, and we can dress up as whatever we like with absolutely no rules at all as far as I know and, believe me, someone came in in an inflated shrek costume once.

  • smudger Productions CZE

    As a Czech guy I can confirm that we don't have uniforms at all

  • happy rainbow 🌈
    happy rainbow 🌈 Month ago

    Yes definitely can relate... im in Australia but can relate to the British schools 😅

  • Haggi
    Haggi Month ago

    Fun fact: me, 16, living in Germany, can wear what I want 24/7

  • Tyler Breeze
    Tyler Breeze Month ago

    I’m British and that’s exactly what happens when we don’t have to wear uniforms

  • 𝐷𝑎𝑖𝑧𝑖𝑖
    𝐷𝑎𝑖𝑧𝑖𝑖 Month ago +309

    As an American student, the British version is most accurate. It’s like why even bother giving us a non uniform day if we still have 5000 rules

    • Not-So_8
      Not-So_8 Month ago

      The way that I normally had non-uniform days it was either it was an end of year/term or it was something where you could donate £1 for a charity or that. That was when I was in Primary school though.

    • Not-So_8
      Not-So_8 Month ago

      @Genesis Haven’t dealt with any of what?

    • no no
      no no Month ago

      Yea, and we even have to pay them

    • kjeremiah keydale
      kjeremiah keydale Month ago

      Bro this is fax

    • AstralAbyss
      AstralAbyss Month ago

      Same i have no problem

  • Maddie Mae
    Maddie Mae 4 days ago +1

    Outfits I’ve seen at my school:

    1. A black cape and a giant black hat that was like 2 feet wide

    2. A giant sombrero

    3. Santa

    4. A banana

    5. A businessman

    And the second quarter isn’t even over yet 😂

  • I Stand For Heroes And Villains Unless It's Thanos

    In elementary non-uniform day could only be enjoyed by those who brought 25 cents.

    In middle school there are no non-uniform days and whoever didn't put it on had to bring a note written by their parent on the why they weren't wearing their uniform. If not to the office you went.

    Highschool was pretty much the same but when they sent you to the office it was so you could borrow a uniform from the ones they had stacked there. If you damaged it you had to pay for it and you had to bring it the next day washed.

  • Wil Avanzado
    Wil Avanzado 14 days ago +1

    This is funny because this is exactly what we think of you guys lol

  • Głíțćhŕąţ
    Głíțćhŕąţ Month ago

    I'm in a British and this is so true 🤣🤣

  • Lucyla99
    Lucyla99 Month ago +175

    I'm in an American High school and literally the only special days when it came to clothes were Halloween where they allowed you to wear a costume (as long as it didn't have any weapons or Blood or anything), and school spirit days where you are supposed to wear something to match with the theme for example "Blue and Green Day" aka wear as much Blue and Green as physically possible (those are my school colors that's why they were chosen), all of the rest of the day were pretty much just wear what you like as long as it isn't exposing or makes it difficult to find out who you are.

    • Lucyla99
      Lucyla99 3 days ago

      @✧.* bakubitch *.✧ they exist in some parts of the US

    • ✧.* bakubitch *.✧
      ✧.* bakubitch *.✧ 3 days ago

      to be honest, i didn’t even think spirit weeks were real

    • Lucyla99
      Lucyla99 24 days ago

      @Furret Nation ah okay now I know, yeah it's just the school colors.

    • Furret Nation
      Furret Nation 24 days ago

      I wasn’t going to say it before because controversy but

    • Furret Nation
      Furret Nation 24 days ago

      @Lucyla99 *heatwaves intensifies*

  • lpp360
    lpp360 26 days ago +1

    Actually in the US that got more strict codes and they do with their actual students.

  • Mr Drift
    Mr Drift 27 days ago +1

    This guy is changing peoples perception of the Uk 🇬🇧

  • Taya Taya
    Taya Taya Month ago +1

    Honestly in my school in Britain they don’t care what you wear unless it doesn’t break the dress code

  • Bean dream
    Bean dream 13 days ago +1

    In my American school (this was a year ago) they charge 1 dollar for non uniform outfits, but if you wear uniform you don't have to pay, even if it wasn't non uniform day they wouldnt care if you wear non uniform or not, which is why I switched schools because the other school I got bullied, now I go to a public school and they don't have that, they honestly don't care if you wear uniform or not, even though they say it a bunch of times, they really don't care.

  • EpictheCandyDragon
    EpictheCandyDragon Month ago +414

    We called them “dress down” days at the school I went to and you better believe I wore a dragon onesie once.

  • anshi ❤️
    anshi ❤️ 27 days ago

    In my old primary school, they banned football shirts because of the arguments they caused with what team u support and they banned high heels cuz of safety. but like half the class showed up in football shirts and shorts and some girls showed up in massive high heels 🤣🤣 the teacher didn’t care as long as u brought ur pound for charity

  • Sherry Goodwin
    Sherry Goodwin 27 days ago

    I can't disagree with this one. I live in America & my son wore an inflatable dinosaur costume to school on the last day of the 11th grade. The teachers thought it was hilarious. 😂😂

  • error
    error Month ago

    In my school, this is soooooooo accurate lol

  • RoTheLowBudgetVampire
    RoTheLowBudgetVampire 19 days ago

    That does happen in my American middle school though… I wear costumes a lot and nobody said anything when I wore pajamas when it wasn’t pajama day:)))

  • Leo Askham
    Leo Askham Month ago +89

    At my school there's also:
    No jeans
    No holes
    No bare shoulders
    Must wear tights
    If you wear shorts they must go below knees *but this only counts for women*
    No hoodies
    No overwear like gloves or coat
    It's £3 not £1
    Must be subdued colours
    No non-medical glasses
    No chains
    Absolutely no jewellery, you'll be sent to isolation and they'll be confiscated or taped up
    And finally no brands or logos

    • •:N4da-&-Willi4m.•
      •:N4da-&-Willi4m.• Month ago +1

      Why that many- may aswell wear a uniform, it’s the only thing that counts i guess-

    • SomeCow
      SomeCow Month ago +1

      So i see many wrong things in this.
      1. The womens shorts thing is prob bc they think boys are some sex predators, so that marks 1 big thing that the school is not right about.
      2. 3 pounds for a normal day bc you cant wear anything else is scamming people.
      3. They steal jewelry

    • GalexiaGirl
      GalexiaGirl Month ago

      You go to a prison what the hecc

    • GalexiaGirl
      GalexiaGirl Month ago +1

      @CINNIMXNN tbh I'd love to show up to school in a blanket. That would be SO comfy.

    • that theatre kid
      that theatre kid Month ago


  • Charlotte Rattleskilston

    i live in the us and when we have a dress down day we have to wear some sort of visible school logo and we can’t wear sweatpants, leggings, skirts above the knee, or shorts 😬

  • TheInkyFriends XxNiamhDoesCraftxX

    In Britain I've never had to wear a uniform in my entire life and I'm 23 now

  • Dragon
    Dragon 26 days ago

    My school always had uniforms. Occasionally you could wear jeans and a spirit shirt for a dollar.

  • VirtualBeelzebubTV
    VirtualBeelzebubTV 20 days ago

    Mandatory school uniforms??? "I'm proud to be an American, where at least I know I'm free..."

  • jennidoyle
    jennidoyle Month ago +192

    As an American student, the British version is most accurate. It’s like why even bother giving us a non uniform day if we still have 5000 rules

    • en9d - LL Tutorials
      en9d - LL Tutorials Month ago +1

      @Akniy he also said hes a student from america who is most likely in the uk to study or something

    • Akniy
      Akniy Month ago +1

      @I take pearl cave npikr? Like how can you know something is true if you've never experienced.

    • I take pearl cave np
      I take pearl cave np Month ago +5

      How r u gunna be american but agree with the british even though u never been 2 a british school smh

    • Mimi’s World
      Mimi’s World Month ago


  • Super Idol
    Super Idol Month ago +1

    “What’s the occasion” and he’s dressed head to toe in guns

  • MiszS
    MiszS 19 days ago

    Im SO happy that we dont need to wear a uniform in poland

  • Masha diggory malfoy

    *Me laughing as quiet as possible at 3 am after i saw his outfit*

  • Diamond Davey
    Diamond Davey Month ago

    Funny, I've never had that problem
    (I go to a non-uniform school)

  • Blue
    Blue Month ago +36

    These shorts are so entertaining they always make my day better😇

    • Inner Frenzy
      Inner Frenzy Month ago

      P*ss off

    • Gingerfacted
      Gingerfacted Month ago +2

      Yeah, they are entertaining and they always make my day better. But sometimes when I look in the comments and I see SOMEONE say the same thing over and over again in different shorts, I'd be pissed. Can you guess who I am reffering to?

    • Mati vs Rosie
      Mati vs Rosie Month ago +1

      Just stop. ur getting annoying.

    • M1CH1NA
      M1CH1NA Month ago +1

      Verified channel with MrBeast pfp saying the same shit on every video :/

  • Swirlypop Lover
    Swirlypop Lover 11 days ago

    The British one is spot on
    I went to school In a hoodie and got detention 💛😅🖤

  • Ruby Holt
    Ruby Holt 16 days ago

    I'm British and my teachers let me wear what I want, so this British one is kind of a lie

  • *sunny-bel*
    *sunny-bel* Month ago

    At the school, on non-uniform days you could literally where whatever route wanted but now they have a dress code for the non-uniform days as some of the teachers have admitted to feeling uncomfortable near students with too much makeup on or when they wear heels!

  • Sam Mielczarek
    Sam Mielczarek Month ago

    in canada, i went to a private elementary and middle school and "casual" days you would have to pay $1 for wearing jeans i still dont understand why

  • No Jimmy Protested ×͜×

    My school actually has a really strict dress code, they were going to give us uniforms but a lot of families couldn’t afford it.

  • The Two Fingered Brute 2020

    There's a good reason why pupils have to wear matching school uniforms in Britain.

    • I...
      I... 9 days ago


  • ゾーイ✨I'm sO RaRe
    ゾーイ✨I'm sO RaRe 11 hours ago +1

    The first one could also be American because that how my 1st elementary school was.

  • Toodles & Doodles
    Toodles & Doodles Month ago

    pov: this man has never been to an american school before

  • Ashe Jarvis
    Ashe Jarvis Month ago +10

    Yesss!! It was so exciting when we had non uniform day! My school didn't have a dress code so people would seize the opportunity to wear pyjamas and crop tops in winter. Gotta make the use of that pound! 😂😂

  • Lesbian Pride!
    Lesbian Pride! 27 days ago

    In my school, we are actually allowed to wear hoodies but you can only have the hood up outside.

  • Egg
    Egg 25 days ago

    This quite inaccurate, My school (I’m american) Yelled at me for wearing shorts that were too short on a no-uniform day, even though they weren’t that short. I also had to pay $5.00 for it and it was a scam.

  • bobayla6008
    bobayla6008 21 day ago

    My school dress code is quite literally "don't wear somthing intimidating and be modest" I'm not complaining

  • 20,000 Subscribers Without Any Videos

    These Shorts are so entertaining they always make my day💕

  • Kristen Myers
    Kristen Myers Month ago +314

    Our non uniform days are called “casual days” and they went up to $3 this year!!

    • Andru Anddy
      Andru Anddy Month ago

      @Ra Pa idk, but sometimes they make like "mental illness" themed

    • mommychey
      mommychey Month ago

      @Ra Pa normally school funds

    • Kristen Myers
      Kristen Myers Month ago +8

      @Ra Pa goes to a charity. It’s basically a fundraiser for a charity.

    • Starfern
      Starfern Month ago +10

      @Ra Pa my school has the same casual day system and our money is given to charities, we can choose between an animal charity or humanitarian charity!

    • ppphhhoooeee
      ppphhhoooeee Month ago +1

      @Ra Pa me too xD