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To fit or not to fit! That is the question

Saturday, February 02, 2013

Losing weight is good. Having your clothes too baggy... Weellll, I'd have to say both good and bad. While I've recently done some clothes shopping, I find myself hovering toward the sizes I'm used to, that I know are SAFE. Well, great, now I have two nicely new pair of jeans that I love, but are too big. Duh, Josh. Wake up and smell the weight loss!

That's Ok, though, I've been trekking frequently back to my favorite fat guy apparel clothing store, JcPenney, looking for deals, which I've found aplenty lately. The only thing I haven't found is new merchandise. What's going on JcPenney, don't cut off my clothes supply, keep it flowing. I keep asking the customer service reps who assure me to not be alarmed, a new shipment is coming soon! Well, I haven't seen it yet and they've been blowing that smoke screen since Christmas. In case anyone missed it, it's February.

Guess I'll just have to keep losing more weight so one day I can wear regular size clothes, purchased at a regular store, with no Big Men's sign, or Husky, or Plus Sizes. Why is it that the Big Men's clothes never look as cool as the regular clothes? Grab a polo shirt from the regular section, you get up to date, fashionable patterns or stripes or colors. You go trekking on through the plus size area, those styles are a watered down un-cool version of the skinny folks' selections. Come on, doesn't my money play, just as much as the skinny folk?

There is a shirt, which happened to be free, given to me as a prize, hanging in my closet... in the back... You guessed it, it doesn't fit. Yet...
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