An Uncomfortable Fit

Here’s the thing about advertising,

You know companies are at least exaggerating the truth to try and get you to buy their product.

Being the reasonable consumer that I am, I understand that.

But then there are just the outright lies which frustrate me.

Want to regrow hair on your head?…Use this product.

Want to look 10 years younger?…Use this product.

And the worst of all …  A one size fits all thong.

I wanted to believe them.

I’m normal size. I’m no super model and I do own up to some junk in my trunk but people I thought I could fit into the “One size fits all” category.

But after going home and wearing said thong, I am hear to tell you THEY WERE LYING!

Those dam underwear rode right up INTO my a**.

And I am not a v*rgin thong user so I do know what I’m talking about.

One size fits all?

I don’t think so.

And how could this even be possible for underwear?

You know what and who I’m talking about.

But I’ll be honest, I thought I fell into the one size fits all category.

Apparently not.

I fall into the, “I can’t walk correctly because I am squeezing my buttocks so tight to prevent these damn underwear from permanently wedges themselves in there, and no we can’t make a quick stop for groceries because if I spend 3 more minutes in this underwear I will have to go to the hospital with rope burns and then we’ll never get the kids to bed,” category.

3 thoughts on “An Uncomfortable Fit

  1. I totally agree with your diatribe against “one size fits all”….even in my skinny years, I could never get into those pantyhose which wound up just above my knees. Yes, thighs are one of my trademarks and being 5 ft 8and a half does not help, but advertisers need to get real…..the average women in America is a size 14 and Jenny you are no where near there….I think maybe only Amanda could fit in those types of Panty hose but even she has long legs for her height….no wonder so many women have abandoned panty-hose.

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