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Thursday, May 24, 2012

So a very ironic thing happened today. I was walking around the track when I thought I wanna run. I normally don't like running but I decided it would be fun to see how far I could run. Well after a couple steps my pants started falling. Eventually after one lap I gave up. I've lost so much weight my pants wouldn't stay on. Wow it was ironic and funny. But I was a little frustrated I couldn't run. :)
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  • MAMALOVEBUG
    I'm sorry you couldn't run as much as you wanted, but that's awesome that you're so much smaller now that your pants are to big! Also, it must feel great to know that you only stopped running because of a wardrobe malfunction and not because you were so winded you couldn't do anymore.
    2246 days ago
  • CANES4EVER63
    Yay!! I find it REALLY annoying too! All my pants fall down so I'm in the process of getting new workout pants! I only have two pairs that I can run in (they have a great elastic band at the top), but they have started to fall down too! Yay for both of us on having to buy smaller workout clothes!! Keep up the great work! AND congrats on running!! It's a GREAT feeling when you finish a great running workout!
    2246 days ago
  • CANES4EVER63
    Yay!! I find it REALLY annoying too! All my pants fall down so I'm in the process of getting new workout pants! I only have two pairs that I can run in (they have a great elastic band at the top), but they have started to fall down too! Yay for both of us on having to buy smaller workout clothes!! Keep up the great work! AND congrats on running!! It's a GREAT feeling when you finish a great running workout!
    2246 days ago
  • KENTUCKYGIRL01
    emoticon on your emoticon loss ! emoticon emoticon
    2246 days ago
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