Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Why Bad Things Happen To Skinny People

You know, I think now would be a good time to just sit back and enjoy a bit of poetic justice. I mean, who amongst us would have dreamed that showing off our bods in skinny jeans could be so dangerous?

And - while we're busy asking questions here - who says that life is unfair?

Not me. Not anymore.

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24 comments:

  1. I should have such problems...

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  2. blahahahaha. THAT has NEVER happened to ME.

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  3. Ah yes, but I can actually get the same effect by sitting in a computer chair for too long. Damn.

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  4. There is a God after all, huh?

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  5. jodi-mother of sixMay 26, 2009

    how DO you find these things!!

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  6. Poetic justice, indeed. This cracked me up because I have a 14 year-old daughter that had ridiculously tight skinny jeans, and she complained that her legs went to sleep if she sat cross-legged. After I had to tie her shoes for her, I think I convinced her that maybe it was time to move up to a size 1.

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  7. There was no way in hades I'd be caught alive or dead in skinny jeans regardless. Give me a pair of roomy boot cut jeans and I'm good. I am a firm believer in leaving something to the imagination of my viewers.

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  8. Life, I think, is actually innately hostile to the living. And I find that rather comforting.

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  9. Geez, I'll have to take these low slung, too skinny jeans off my pregnant self and dress properly if it's dangerous for me! Yeah right, no way would I be caught dead in those things, pregnant or not! I figure they'll just squeeze the chunky thighs up to make the muffin top a bit bigger or I'll end up with fat ankles as it squeezes it all down. Either way it doesn't sound like I'm lookin' good!

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  10. Comfortable leggings, yes. High heels and uncomfortable jeans? No way! They never look as good as the wearer thinks they do.

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  11. Hah! Here's to sweatpants and Dansko clogs.

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  12. skinny jeans are dangerous? Wow, nothing is safe anymore.

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  13. Somewhere between the sweat pants with crocs and the skinny jeans with stilettos, there is a happy place.

    Maybe capris with sandals. There's my happy place...

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  14. Ah, I agree, Capris with sandals sounds good...although if no one but my family is going to see me, stretchy jeans and slippers works too!
    My older sister was a size "0" when I was a "12", back in the 80's...I don't think she ever had nerve problems, but I'm sure I would have enjoyed it!

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  15. From the looks of the photos, I'd say that the crotch-al area is what's causing the tingling. Yowza!

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  16. I'm not skinny, and I wear skinny jeans, but haven't had the problem----maybe its only if you have NO fat on your thighs to start with? Hmmmm.

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  17. i KNEW it!!!!!!!!! bwahahahahahaa...

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  18. Man, I remember the gloria vanderbilt jean days...when we had to lie down to zip them up.

    "It doesn't matter how you FEEL, dahling. It's how you LOOK! And you llloooook mahvelous!"

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  19. So my question is what about the sunburn she is going to get on her boobies, from running around with no shirt on. Is no one concerned about that?

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  20. Where in the world do you find this stuff? This is too funny!

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  21. normally I would be all Ha-hA! take that skinny bitches, but unfortunately, this happens to me and they're technically not "skinny" jeans, they're just jeans that no longer fit.

    Damnitt.

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  22. All I can say is wow! What people will do for fashion...

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  23. leave it to you to make me feel good that I have graduated from skinny jeans to spandex jeans with a little extra room!!!

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