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December 28, 2005


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Where can I buy one of those Vietnamese cone-esque hats?
What is that type of hat called anyways? I want one because I think it would be very good to wear gardening, my neck, ears, and face tend to burn in the hot Louisiana sun. It might be kind of a cool fashion statement anyway. I'd like to find a website that sells these.


Try Eddie Bauer if there is one near you. One thing I like about them is that they tend to stick to classic styles that you can pull off regardless of whether the current trends are high-rise or low-rise... I love their jeans, they're comfy, and not-too high or too-low. I've been buying them consistently for the past 11 years, and they seem to be very consistent in fit, comfort, and price.

Robin P

I always wonder why teen girls with flabby stomachs want to show them off. I wasn't fat in my teen years but if this had been the style back then, I would have declined. Girls are heavier than they were in my day and yet their clothes are 90% more revealing today. Muffin tops? How sad that this flab needs a name.
Cover up,people!!


I've heard that the extra flesh that hangs over the top of low rise jeans is called "muffin tops." I've found that the only women that look even remotely attractive in low-rise jeans are those that are size two or less. I can't wait for this fashion to be over and I'm sure many people will look back and say, "What was I thinking? Why didn't someone tell me my muffin top was hanging out!"

Alice H

I think if most teenagers took a good look at what's showing when they wear those, they would have gone out of style a long time ago. Hairy lower backs and rolls of fat, ugh!


I am extremely long-waisted and hip huggers, as we called them then, didn't look good on me when I was 15 in 1975 or now that I'm 45 in 2005. But that hasn't stopped me from buying several pairs. And you are right, it's either that or "mom jeans" and "mom jeans" are just not an option for me as long as I'm breathing!


Try the Cassidy jeans at The Limited... I haven't been there in ages but bought a pair last week and have LIVED in them... it's so nice to not have to worry about everything hanging out when I bend over without having my jeans come up to my boobs!

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