I see a connection

August 30, 2006 at 2:02 pm (General)

Over the past year or so, I’ve noticed a lot fewer girls/women sporting the low-slung jean, high-riding thong look, their tramp stamp calling out like a siren, “swim to me, swim to me, let me enfold you.”
I’m not entirely upset by this turn of events, mind you.
However, I have noticed a lot more pregnant women around. Coincidence?



  1. five blue said,

    yes, coincidence. and thank the goddess for that lack of thong action! (this message was a clearly straight female reaction) If i wanted to see that much skin, i’d do what men have been doing for centuries – pay for it!

  2. ChefNick said,

    The other day I saw a woman who couldn’t have been more than 30 walking to work in sheer white pants (rayon or some artificial stuff) blatantly wearing dark thong underwear that was plainly visible. Looked like your typical office lady, not anyone outrageous.

    I’m not a muslim or anything, but whaaaa?

    Pet peeve of mine is also women who have plainly been on the wrong end of a diet squeezing themselves into painted-on low-slung jeans that make them look like a squeeze tube of Star-Kist tuna.

    But just not to be sexist, men who wear short shorts–ie. above mid-thigh–should be taken aside and quietly shot.

  3. five blue said,

    agreed on the short shorts. please start the revolution. (oh and why is it that the only men who don’t wear shirts in the summer are the ones NOBODY wants to see without a shirt?)

    a lot of women don’t grasp that wearing clothes that are too tight makes them look much fatter than they are (and that results in the crowd-pleasing four-breasted look, complete with upper and lower back rolls – how sexy). i guess they’re all happy they can squeeze into a smaller size (reality check – squeezing into clothes means they don’t fit!). i’m all for accepting one’s body, but gees, people, if no one wants to see it, are you doing yourself a favour?

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