Okay, I need to vent for a moment. You know what I hate? I hate jeans that do not allow you to bend over without bearing your entire behind to the rest of the world!
I was cooking supper the other night and trying to talk to Brian at the same time. I had the oven door open and was trying to check to see if the meatloaf was done in the middle. Well, I looked away at him and when I did, I accidentally pulled the meatloaf off the rack and it fell onto the open oven door and splashed grease all over my favorite jeans. I was so mad! I immediately sprayed and washed them, but the grease didn’t come out. So, I reluctantly had to retire my FAVORITE jeans to paint/yard work detail.
First of all, I only have 3 pairs of jeans. Secondly, I am very picky about my jeans! So, when I find a good pair, I tend to wear them until they disintegrate. You can ask my sweet mamaw, as she has had to patch many a pair of jeans for me because I refuse to let them go. And as you know from this post, we’re trying to get out of debt right now, so I can’t justify buying a new pair of jeans.
I was forced to pull something out of the backup stash. You know, the jeans you keep around “just in case”. In case of what, I don’t know, but I have a couple of pairs that I’ve held onto even though I don’t like them at all.
So, I found the ones that I detested the least and put them on this morning. The problem is, every time I bend ever so slightly forward, my whole butt is right there for the world to see. And I know that no one wants to see it. I don’t even want to see it and it’s mine!
I do not understand why it is that almost every pair of jeans out there right now has to be so incredibly low-rise that the rise is almost non-existent. Does anyone else feel my pain? I mean I like the low-rise, it’s just the no-rise that I’m having an issue with. I don’t want jeans that come up to my chin either, so I’m left to try to make these horrible crack-showing jeans work.
I guess I will have to resort to wearing either really long shirts or my jacket tied around my waist every time I need to wear these blasted jeans.
Thank you for your unwavering attention while I work out these most pressing and important issues.