Uniform Choice 

If you had to wear a uniform for one day, what would it be?

Amanda Bull: Any uniform from the Don’t Tell Mom The Babysitter’s Dead fashion show.

Jen DeVries: Waitress at Kyoto. Such cute kimonos, and who doesn’t love flip flops with socks?

Bryan Mannos: Super Grover.

John Paul Brophy: How could anything top the attire of Yeoman Warders, the guards at the Tower of London, commonly known as Beefeaters?

Julie Erickson: A Denver Broncos Cheerleader uniform. The boots, chaps, holster, and vest are H.O.T. Plus, you get your own month in the calendar!

Ted Scheffler: A Hooters Girl uniform. Yup, that’s the ticket!

Susan Kruithof: Star Trek original series. Rockin’ it old school like Lt. Uhura. Hailing frequencies open, Captain.

Bryan Bale: I’d probably go with a black chef’s uniform, sans paper hat.

Josh Loftin: Catholic school girl.

Rachel Hanson: I would steal Cosmo the Cougar’s uniform and wreak havoc on the BYU campus.

Dan Nailen: Scrubs. Comfy as slacker, jobless sweatpants—but I just might be a doctor.

Marty Foy: The Utah National Guard fatigues because green is my color and starting a wildfire looks like fun.

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