Mad at my Underpants

This is not supposed to be a sexy post, unless you are a perv who thinks granny pants are sexy. I have other undies which we shall not discuss here, today or ever. What I’m mad about is that my comfy roomy baggie underpants, reliable for years, have now gone and changed. I might think I gained weight — this is the true reason for my pissedoffedness, how many poor women think they have gained — when the real problem that granny pants have gone the way of all supermarket products. Less material, same size, same price. Liars! I have a scale. I use it. I wore these undies with great comfort and joy when I was ten pounds heavier. So you can’t fool me. But this is a very cruel thing indeed for easily befuddled grannies. On behalf of us all, I protest.

4 Comments on “Mad at my Underpants

  1. Aww Cindy. They will start ‘giving’ once they have been in the wash a few times…just don’t boil them 😀 *cackle*

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  2. Write up the petition and I will sign it. I am trying with little success to buy clothes like the ones in the lost luggage. I won’t use the word replace because for the most part that is not possible. JCPenney makes it look like the same pair of pants – same maker, same style, same material…but that’s all a lie. The pants are not the same material or size or style. Everything now is “skinny” as in you need to be an undernourished model to wear it. Sigh. This is why I buy more than one of anything I find that I like and that fits – then I take care of it like it’s worth more than gold because it is.

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    • Wow Sharon, this is such a validation because I know you do not have weight problems. I am overweight, so of course I struggle. But to hear that healthier-sized women have this problem too, well, it just gets me mad. I am not a writer of petitions. I’m a fiction writer because I’m too lazy to look up facts or do any activity outside my own imagination. Well, except typing:)

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