One of the biggest challenges of my life has been finding jeans that fit. One time I decided to just go ahead and spend the big bucks on name brand jeans, but they sagged and slipped after a few hours just like the cheap ones. So then, I decided to just buy my jeans from thrift stores. That way I could just take them back if they didn't work. So I would buy $3 jeans, wash them, and try them on then donate them back if they didn't fit. I also put my initials on the inside pockets so I wouldn't buy them twice.
The one time I didn't wash the "new" pair
(I was out of town without a change of clothes),
I stuck my hand in the pocket and found -
are you ready for this?
.....a condom - not in it's wrapper. Uuuuuugh.
Back to my jeans saga - I finally found the perfect fitting pair that doesn't sag, or droop, or stretch. They were $7 at Salvation Army -
NYDJ - Not Your Daughters Jeans.
Love 'em. Love 'em.
I have worn them and washed them until they are almost white.
This past week-end, I saw an ad that they were on sale so I bit the bullet and bought two new pair. Today I was looking at the tag and was pleased to see that they were made in the USA. Then I saw a big patch stuck to the inside front of the jeans.
I peeled it off and this is what it said:
"NYDJ cannot be held responsible for any positive consequence that may arise due to your fabulous appearance when wearing our jeans."
How did they know?! (Ha!)