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is that considered a NSV?

Picture this, I had on a pair of "tights". I decided to be nice to myself last week and purchased a pair of leather mid-calf boots and wore them both for the first time tonight. As I stood up I realized my tights looked a bit baggy, upon investigating I found that my crotch was at my knees. :thumbup:

After tonight I have learned not to trust anything that isn't a snug against me. :001_tongue:

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is that considered a NSV?

Picture this, I had on a pair of "tights". I decided to be nice to myself last week and purchased a pair of leather mid-calf boots and wore them both for the first time tonight. As I stood up I realized my tights looked a bit baggy, upon investigating I found that my crotch was at my knees. :eek:

After tonight I have learned not to trust anything that isn't a snug against me. ;)

Pants on the Ground, pants on the ground, lookin all around but my pants are on the ground!!!!!!:lol0: Isn't it a neat feeling to be able to wear grunge????? Makes us feel skinny!:)

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Carrie,

that has really cheered me up...heheheheeeee! x

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Definitely an NSV! And funny one on top of that!

AniO

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too funny...:blushing: but i am thinking how i can't wait till that day. i think after all the time i have spent fighting the fight, i wouldn't mind it so much. :001_smile: maybe that sounds crazy, but thats me lol congrats on your success thus far! and wishing much more for u!!

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This is just too funny!!:001_smile: (in a positive way, of course)

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Funny but very exciting at the same time :) Congrats :thumbup1:

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Congrats on the weight loss, best problem to have! Better than ripping out too tight pants ha ha! Keep up the good work!

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I can relate to this. I'm currently in between sizes, my 42s are way too loose, the 40s are still a bit too snug to wear. I've currently taken to wearing gym shorts under my regular shorts juuuust in case they happen to fall down haha.

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