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The Always Amusing Adventures of HipLess Girl...

Friday, April 27, 2012

I am not a hippy girl. In fact, my friends comment OFTEN because I basically don't have any. This hipless girl was out and about yesterday and determined not to buy a lot of clothes while losing weight. Well my jeans have become a bit of an issue. I have about 8" of extra fabric in the seat of them now, and I could fit both of my legs into one pants hole now. I thought I could hold out just a LITTLE longer, but yesterday I found that I could not. I tried grocery shopping in them. OMGOSH--it was a repeat of my pantie situation a month or so ago. I would take 3-4 steps and I could feel my pants heading south. I would stop with my cart, hike up my pants, continue walking 3-4 steps and repeat. I spent 1 1/2 hours getting through the grocery store. Next time I go shopping, I am going to get a new pair AT LEAST to go grocery shopping in. Evan wasn't amused, but my mother in law sure was. She laughed the entire time. I'm sure my dilemna did not go unnoticed by most everyone in the store. LOL
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  • v SHANTODD420
    Lol that is to funny but know it to well. My pants do the same thing time to invest in a belt my dear.

    Take care
    1515 days ago
  • v STARLIGHT42
    You could always get a pair of suspenders, lol - and if you need I have plenty of my own"hips" to spare you :^)
    1518 days ago
  • v LADYJAKE1
    I loved it when my pants were so big I needed new ones.....good for you.
    1519 days ago
  • v WENDYSUE72
    I was a little worried I would be thrown in jail for indecent exposure though! LOL
    1521 days ago
  • v ELLEJAY7
    Ha Ha! I bet this is one of the few times in your life you didn't mind one bit about being laughed at!! emoticon
    1521 days ago
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