Dear CC: During last year's company outing at the beach, my
bikini top slipped, and I briefly flashed some colleagues. I was mortified.
This year's event is coming up. Can I show my face (and, God willing, nothing
Exactly how memorable was last year's unveiling? Sure, you
have to go. But to avoid any easy memory association, stay away from the water.
This time, stick to macaroni salad and Wiffle ball. Maybe next year you'll be
back in the swim in a well-fitting one-piece and a wrap.
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