It's one of the reasons I don't go to WW mtgs anymore - watching the antics of the folks before weigh in - taking off shoes, sweaters, etc. I weigh in my skin first thing in the a.m. - Yes denim is a heavy material, it's why it has lasted - an American product if I may say so - strong, durable, wearable. Warmth in the winter, comfortable in the summer. And certainly coin has weight. But I always argue that the scale is mearly a generaliztion - the final judge is you and your mirror, your clothes. If you like what you see, if the dress/suit/skirt/pants in the very back of the closet fits - then THAT is the final judge. The scale? Fugetaboutit -
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I attend a Friday WW meeting, and Friday is jeans day for me, so I consistently weigh myself in jeans. Now that it's getting cooler, I am worried about sweaters and sweatshirts weighing more than blouses
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Question. Can jeans weigh 2 lbs? When I stepped on the scale it said 180. I forgot that I had a bunch of change in my pocket that I took out of my car, so I took my pants off and weighed again. It said 178. Can that be right?
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