従ってその内容は「臀部と女性の胸は適切に覆われるよにしてください。」 "Please be sure that buttocks and female breasts are adequately covered," というそれだけのことなんですが、その程度の表現では何が適切なレベルか分からないといけないと心配したＣＢＳが、それこそ微に入り細に入りの露出度に関する説明を記載したのです。
こういうことは書けば書くほどなんだか馬鹿げてやらしいい表現になってしまうのが困りものですよね～。 "Thong type costumes are problematic. Please avoid exposing bare fleshy under curves of the buttocks and buttock crack. Bare sides or under curvature of the breasts is also problematic. Please avoid sheer see-through clothing that could possibly expose female breast nipples. Please be sure the genital region is adequately covered so that there is no visible `puffy' bare skin exposure."
【英語】★★★★★ ＴＹＴ（The Young Turks）は、今一番人気のあるウェブ系報道番組です。政治論評が好評なのですが、女性キャスター、アンナさんの社会文化系論評番組も彼女の率直なコメントが大人気で、これはその一部。ＣＢＳが発表したドレスコードについてのトークです。内容は見てのお楽しみですが、「おとなの英語」の語彙をご紹介しておきます。これらの言葉はお医者さんに行ったときにも役立つ意外な重要語句です！
キャスターが「ヒラリアス！」と面白がっているのは、"butt crack","'puffy' bare skin exposure","bare side or under curvature of the breast","breast nipple" などなどの普段でも使わない細かすぎてジョークのような表現の数々。アンナとセンクがサイドブーブとアンダーブーブの美に関するバカバカしい議論を展開してますが、アンナ曰くサイドブーブは綺麗に見えるそうです！＾＾
◆ビヨンセの国歌 National Anthem "The Star-Spangled Banner"
As Beyonce sits in the middle of a lip-sync storm. Let's not forget she is not the first singer to have been accused of singing to a pre-recorded track. The Grammy-winning singer remained silent on Wednesday (January 23) amid reports about whether she was lip-synching or performing live when she delivered a flawless version of "The Star-Spangled Banner" to hundreds of thousands of people in Washington and millions watching on television. New York based vocal coach, Liz Caplan, who is currently coaching the casts of Tony Award winning musicals "Once" and "The Book of Mormon," said singing to a pre-recorded track is very common. SOUNDBITE Voice coach Liz Caplan saying (English): "Nearly everybody through, at least recent recording history has had to do that. Because sound in stadiums and sound at the Washington Mall is not going to be perfect. It's not a perfect world because you can't really control the sound as much as you can in a recording studio or in a theater or at somebody's gig." That long history of others well-known artist thought to enlist the aid of pre-recorded music include Madonna at her 2012 Super Bowl half-time performance last year, as did the late Whitney Houston in 1991 and Beyonce in 2004 during their respective renditions of the national anthem. Beyonce is due to take the spotlight again next month - this time during the February 3rd Super Bowl half-time show.