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:51_scream: I literally had to go in the bathroom at work and tie a knot in my draws! If I hadn't I would have lost them and I had on a skirt.

Its nice to lose weight but geez! It never occured to me to buy some new panties:P

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1 minute ago, Missouri-Lee's Summit said:

There's always commando.

YEAH! But it was cold! that would have been some kinda' breeze...LMBO:rolleyes:

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double-post:)

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So, when are you going panty-shopping?:) I'm looking forward to the day when I don't feel as though my only option is big-ass granny panties.

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22 minutes ago, Missouri-Lee's Summit said:

So, when are you going panty-shopping?:) I'm looking forward to the day when I don't feel as though my only option is big-ass granny panties.

I went the same day and it gets even funnier! I purchased the size Im used to buying, I forgot to get a size or two smaller!!! duhhh, so I remembered how to sew and stitched the sides to try and make them smaller. They are a little crooked, but they'll do. I'm weird, I love my grammy panties....

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I remember the lady who went to the Atlanta Braves game. They all STOOD up do either the WAVE or the CHOP, her good dress slacks feel down around her knees and they caught it on the Stadium Jumbotron. Talk about a facepalm or worse moment! If it had been me and my family was with me that day, I guarantee one of them would have turned to ME and said " God ,we can't take YOU,anywhere!

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I panty-fibbed. I love granny panties. They make me feel safe. Like a big-butt hug. Gotta have a little girly lace, too. I draw the line at bows, though. Those are for bras.

(I remember when I got my first training bra. My only requirement is that it had to have a sweet bow in the center, preferably pink.)

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Haha, better watch out for HR dropping your panties at work like that. I'm looking forward to needing new bras after shrinking these ladies down!

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I'm worried. I might have to roll mine up with a seat -belt retractorI And as for panties I'd rather HR didn't see all of my resources exposed!

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