Skinny Jeans

By: pbcmedia

Feb 20 2010

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Category: Fashionistas, Weight Loss

7 Comments

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I bought a pair of skinny jeans.  (No, that is not me.  I’m good but I’m not THAT good a photographer.)

I also have to wear a long ice blue sweater coat with them just in case I have to bend down.

Which defeats the whole point of skinny jeans: the skinny of a good exit.

They are warm like leggings and if you are walking away from someone–you look pretty good, but if approaching?

Facial expressions look pinched and alarmed as if there’s been a sudden loss of altitude at 35,000 feet or when one swallows the wrong way.  Oxygen is very much in doubt.

Which is the truth of skinny jeans.  They are warm but should only be worn (without long sweater coats) when you are planning to leave someone and want them to admire your–admire your exit.

Relationship advice is my new specialty.

©Pat Coakley 2010

PHOTOGRAPHS CANNOT BE USED WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION

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7 comments on “Skinny Jeans”

  1. They are probably also an excellent early warning device in case of even the slightest weight gain.

  2. one fashion fad, that I wish would go away. Although I have a couple pairs, my husband has also told me he’s tired of viewing my ‘assets’

  3. Just one time I want to say, “I bought a pair of skinny jeans.” When I do, let’s high five.

  4. Had that been you and you had taken that photo of yourself I would have had to say that you not only deserve skinny jeans, you also deserve a trapeze of some sort.

    No more skinny anything for me. Elastic is my best friend now.


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