What does “come as you are” (which I saw in a magazine yesterday while waiting for an echocardiogram) mean to you?
Here comes an online discussion of “Come as you are”:
Best Answer: Come as you are on a party invitation indicates that the host or hostess is having a very informal party and Dress is not important. Now, if you were thinking about going naked to the party you might want to determine if it would be the best option. Things to consider might be 1. do you look good naked,2. are you secure enough in your looks to go to a party naked,3. how much importance do you put on shock and surprise of the other guests. Generally, come as you are means, if you have on jeans and a Polo and deck shoes, or in the summer if you have on shorts, a tee shirt, and sandals, you will be in acceptable attire. It simply means what it says come as you are, no need to dress up.
Only hell mama ever raised · 1 decade ago
Come as yourself and don’t try to make any false characteristics about yourself.
♥Caribbean American Princess♥ · 1 decade ago
In my Coping and Healing groups, I often say at the end, “I’m grateful that everybody showed up exactly the way they showed up today.” I hope that’s an invitation for people to come as they are.
It’s time for my other photos from yesterday to come as they are.
As I’m creating this blog post as I am, this message keeps coming at me from WordPress:
A new editor is coming to level-up your layout.
I don’t know if I want a new editor coming to level-up my layout. I’d prefer my blog posts to come as they are.
Here’s another entry from that online discussion about “Come as you are”:
it think that whoever has invited u listens to Nirvana, a lot…wear a Nirnana t-shirt or go naked.
If you’re coming here as you are from outside the USA, you may not be able to watch that video.
For the next two days, I’ll be coming as I am to a group therapy conference in New York. I assume I’ll come away from that experience as a better group therapist.
Here’s thanks coming from me to all those who helped me create this come-as-you-are post and — of course — to YOU, for coming as you are.