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I read it as something akin to social engineering. Like Griff with his irrelevant daily posts that give all of us a chuckle (or a groan) to improve the place, although a little dusting wouldn't hurt either.
Or it's something like the strange choice management made when they renamed the support desk here. It is now called 'client engineering', which raises a very interesting question. What sort of clients are we building and can we tweak the formula a little to make them a bit smarter?
(setting the wider scene): Woohoo!! no kids at home.
came home from a hard ride, figured may as well start the washing.
load up the machine with all the clothes, start it, wander off to the bathroom for a shower ...stopping on the way to grab a handful of peanuts to munch.
Wife asks, "why are you walking around naked?"
Well duh! ... (of course can't say that to the wife)
...so my actual answer, "because there's not enough space to ride my bike inside."
after many otherwise intelligent sounding suggestions that achieved nothing the nice folks at Technet said the only solution was to low level format my hard disk then reinstall my signature. Sadly, this still didn't fix the issue!
Kids being at home or not: Why should you have to hide your body at home?
I think there is ample proof from other (although mostly non-Western, at least the last 30-40 years) cultures that kids do have the mental strength to see the bodies of their parents without experiencing a mental breakdown. In my childhood, we always wore clothes when in public, but at home, we accepted each other's bodies.
When I became a daddy myself, I followed suit. We never tried to hide for each other. E.g. at home we all slept in the nude.
So my wife would never have asked the question. If she did, she would have been asking again and again and ...