But you wouldn't want them to make your legs look like a woman's surely? ;)
Well I will say that they're not for everyone.
Well they work for teenagers.
I don't care for them much. (The pants....the guys' legs are okay!)
No man needs that I agree!! It's too weird, things have changed. I remember a time when women no matter their size always wore tight fitting jeans and men the opposite..what's going on!!
Yup, they do!I am not sure where they came from, and they've been here waaaaaay too long.Thank you for the Tuesday smiles, Toonman!
I stay away from anything called "skinny"It's just not in my vocabulary
Thou art wise in thy simplicity, Dear ToonManHappy Aloha to YOUfrom Honolulu, Comfort Spiral ~ > < } } ( ° > > < } } ( ° >
I'm trying to picture that and have come to the conclusion that you have a point there....haha!
They don't look "skinny" when I put them on.
I'm so glad I caught this...who did they make those skinney jeans for anyway?...must be those 12-year-olds that are 6'5" because it's not me nor anyone I know. I used to be able to find jeans that fit now I've added shopping for jeans to that list of things of don't want to do. It's right up there with shopping for a bathing suit!
those skinny jeans are kinda like the skirts for me...not really a look I care for! and every time I see a water tower, I think of you! things are somewhat back to normal, hoping in a month I can get away to the city for a day. Rosemary NYC Style and a little Cannoli
In totally agreement with Toonman!
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