I recently ordered a pair of jeans in my size online. They were on clearance and a real bargain. When they arrived, I discovered they were, in fact, "skinny jeans." While I was skeptical at first, I couldn't return them. So I tried them on.
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The process of actually getting them on was troubling (to say the least), but once buttoned, I found their snug fit and support to be a refreshing change from the floppy denim experience I am accustomed to. I know where everything is in these bad boys.
Anyway, I'm thinking about making them my everyday jeans. I feel like I could win a Hands on A Hard Body competition in these things. So here's my question:
If your middle-aged husband started wearing an article of clothing that was clearly designed with the body type of a teenage girl in mind, how much of a problem would that be for you?
Would you refuse to go out in public with him while he was wearing said article?
Would you be turned off from sex (especially if taking the piece of clothing off took a couple minutes of struggling and ended with him asking you for help pulling them off)?
Would you issue an ultimatum and make him choose, you or the pants?
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I'm just trying to get a sense of what Karel's reaction is going to be when she figures out my level of commitment to these tight, tight jeans.
Would you be embarrassed if your man wore skinny jeans?
- Yes, they might "accidentally" get lost in the wash one day.
- No, I think he'd look cute in a more fitted pair of jeans.
- It depends on how they fit him and what he wears with them.
- Anything would be an improvement on his normal "dad jeans" look.
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