When I was younger,all the time...haven't done it in at least 11 years,when I was pregnant with my younges and didn't wasn't quite ready for maternity pants.I don't plan on doing it ever again though,lol.
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18,773 2/21/13 10:19 A
No I usually wear sweats or the big girls jeans with elastic on the sides
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386 2/20/13 1:26 P
Boy have I. My mom was such a great cook it was hard to resist. You ate even if you really weren't hungry and when you got started you just couldn't stop! Can't eat like that anymore. We got to where we wore elastic top pants. Anytime I'm where I can I undo the button or the belt.
The only time I have done it is in the car if I have a ways to go and my jeans are uncomfortable. Only when I'm wearing a coat also, just in case I forget when I get to my destination! Otherwise I just deal with it or change into comfies if I can.
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1,151 2/19/13 10:55 P
A couple of years back I was dating a guy that liked to cook. He fixed me a nice Saturday afternoon lunch. It was so good, but I had eaten way too much. I sat in the recliner and unbuttoned my slacks while we were watching T.V. About that time a knock at the door came. He jumps up to answer, with out checking with me.
It was his neighbor from across the street (she was a coworker of mine). She stayed an hour. I had to sit there with my blouse covering my open slacks. Very awkward to say the least.
He had a big laugh (at me) after she left.
I have never unbuttoned my slacks, jeans or anything else since then. Especially not anywhere I could get caught.
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7,047 2/19/13 10:25 P
I used to, sometimes.
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1,164 2/19/13 7:05 P
Not in many months thankfully! Thank you SP.
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8 2/19/13 7:02 P
Did you or do you ever unbutton your jeans or pants for comfort? At the dinner table, at the buffet, during your period, whenever? It's a subject that not a lot of women like to discuss (we always tend to do it discreetly under our dinner napkins, usually out of embarrasment), but we can all discuss it here among gal pals. I've done it in all of those three cases, and more, haha.
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