Have you ever put your underwear on backwards?
Now that's just plain uncomfortable. Although, it could be akin to wearing a thong that's just way to large.
Unless you already wear a thong. Would you even notice?
I'm not a thong wearer so I don't know these things. And trust me, I'm not going out to buy a thong, just to find out if it's uncomfortable when put on backwards. And since I have no thong wearing experience, and I have put up a wall on the possibility of becoming one who wears thongs, I'm not sure I would be a good judge. Either way, correct or backward, a thong is going to be uncomfortable for me.
Speaking of clothing and being uncomfortable, I was at the mall this weekend and saw:
- a man, who had to be at least 70, wearing "skinny" jeans and those black sneakers with the really flat bottoms, a la Jonas Brothers. All he needed was a jacket three sizes too big with his sleeves rolled up a cuff or two and the creep-o-meter would have blown into the ultra-red zone.
Who dressed him, his twelve year old grand daughter?
- a woman with shoulder pads in her suit. Not just shoulder pads, I mean SHOULDER PADS!
Everything else about her seemed normal, except her head. Without the huge hair (to balance out the SHOULDER PADS), her head looked really tiny - almost shrunken.
- a woman with a belt around her waist.
Her "waist" appeared seven or eight months pregnant.
Having been pregnant myself, I know for a fact that as soon as my belly was large enough for maternity clothes, the belts were relegated to the back of the closet. The last thing I wanted to do was restrict my movement anymore than what that baby was already doing.
I don't care what the fashion of the day is, belts on pregnant women is never going to be part of it. So my guess is that this woman was not pregnant and simply in denial as to where her real waist was.
I'm no fashionista and I'm not skinny, but I know belts do not look good going down around the small of my back and up to the top of my belly just under my boobs.
- a woman in the mall wearing a full length fur coat with a black leather vest over the top of it.
Was it a real fur? Probably not.
I wasn't at the type of mall where women wear such things. What kind of mall would that be? I'm not sure women who wear real fur coats are the mall type at all.
Anywho, I was uncomfortable because I couldn't help staring at her.
It was like a train wreck.
It was like someone wearing a thong swim suit without "landscaping" first. Weird!
- I'm not a thong wearing kind of gal. Otherwise, you might be reading a blog by "Flossy" instead of "Pollyanna".
- No one busted me for snickering at them. No one except for God of course. Yes, I'm doomed, but sometimes I just can't help being a total catty, snob.