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Poll: Is it OK for adults to wear costumes to work on Halloween?

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After seeing the getups the TODAY Show wore for Halloween, it got The Dori Monson Show staff debating whether it’s cool or weird to dress up for Halloween at work.

Dori sounds very much against costumes in the workplace.

“If I owned a company – I wouldn’t tell anybody about this policy, I would just implement it – the policy is, anybody who dresses up for Halloween would be immediately fired,” said Dori.

“Bah humbug, Dori? Why? You are no fun,” said KIRO Radio Anchor Ursula Reutin. “If I had a costume that I wanted to wear, I’d like the possibility of wearing it without getting fired.”

But Dori said that’s not going to happen at “Dori Inc.”

Respondents to our poll question are leaning toward “Yes” it’s OK to wear costumes at work on Halloween.

What do you think? Are costumes at work OK? Let your voice be heard in our poll.

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Dori Monson on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

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