II Chronicles 7:14

If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.

Monday, November 05, 2007

addendum to the butt crack post...

Furthermore, on the subject of too low-cut jeans, I would just like to add that this problem also exists in young girls sizes as well. My daughter, who is 6, has the same issue going on. We can hardly find her a pair of jeans that cover everything when she's sitting criss-cross-applesauce. I even started buying her super big granny-panties in hopes that when something does show...at least it will be her undies and not her tush. I'd just like to know what idiot came up with this super-low-rise idea? I wonder if he wears them? I wonder if he'd like his 1st grader showing off her booty to all the other kids at school? I sure don't!
So, to extend my question out even further..those of you who have little girls...please...tell me...what kind of jeans do you buy them?


Logzie said...

I totally forgot to comment on the butt crack issue!!! OH MY...for little girls too?? Some PERV makes those then! How redicilious!! My girls are still little and so I buy them Old Navy or Target and we have not had a problem yet.

And yah, I am with you on your rant about butt cracks!! I can't stand that myself! How can that be attractive? I have a couple pairs that I didn't do the butt crack test on in the fitting room and didn't realize it till I got them home, ripped off the tags and wore them and THEN bent down and viola...CRACK! Lovely!

MLM said...

I'm so glad I don't have a girl! I can't find jeans to fit me well---either the style wants to rub my ribs or show my butt. Is there no middle road, people??? I don't want grandma jeans, but neither do I want "plumber butt" which is what I hear my husband mutter on a daily basis as he walks by me. Ugh.