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« on: September 18, 2009, 04:21:46 PM »

OK, I was in a class last week for my new job. (That tale will be told sometime later) There was a young lady sitting in front of me.  She was a very attractive young lady & had a bubble butt.  She was wearing those low cut jeans and a short top.  Under those jeans she had on a turquoise lace thong, you know, the ones that the sides sit high on your hip bones. Musta been at least 8 inches between the waistband of the thong & jeans. Well all day, every time she got up, sat down, got up sat down..I was traumatized!  Don't people look in the mirror anymore?  Doesn't take Einstein to know that if your panties are high and your jeans covering em are low....  Anyways I lost 45lbs in the last few months & don't have any jeans to fit so a friend gave me some of her daughters old. Being as they are from a teen they are low rise. Was getting dressed & caught a sight in the mirror before putting on my LONG Tshirt & cracked up!  All of us women know we have at least 1 pair of "those" panties, the granny ones for "those" days and I bet all you guys with wives/girlfriends know also. Feeling ornery I went out in the living room & showed my Daughters my "Granny" thong".  I thought they were going to choke!!  I told Chels that if I ever saw her wearing that tacky thong jean combo I would wear my new ensemble to her school with a short shirt & see what happens. Can't wait! Amanda only dared me to do it at her work, she isn't embarrassed by anything.
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« Reply #1 on: September 18, 2009, 04:54:11 PM »

 grin

i know about the granny stuff! i love it.

 my husband will go shopping and come home with some little piece of lace.  while it's nice that he still thinks of my that way, it is a fact that it does not look on me the way it looks on the model on the package. 

45 lbs??  that's quite an accomplishment!
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« Reply #2 on: September 18, 2009, 06:44:20 PM »

I'm sorry, I'm having a hard time visualizing this without a picture... grin

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« Reply #3 on: September 18, 2009, 06:55:29 PM »

i'll see if i can find a package and take a picture of the model.  if not, try any department store   grin
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« Reply #4 on: September 18, 2009, 09:00:45 PM »

Call me a prude but I think thongs are tacky on any woman! They actually disgust me. I find stripjoints disgusting and "Hooters" (the restaurant) tacky, cheap and downright cheesy.

I like women who respect themselves and their bodies.

Congrats on the weight loss Jody!

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« Reply #5 on: September 18, 2009, 09:04:39 PM »

Ladies, Please answer a question for me......... Is that butt floss comfortable?

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« Reply #6 on: September 18, 2009, 09:05:34 PM »

JP, around here we'd call that "sucking up" lol
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« Reply #7 on: September 18, 2009, 09:09:06 PM »

JP, around here we'd call that "sucking up" lol

If you say so. Wink


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« Reply #8 on: September 18, 2009, 09:16:50 PM »

Jody, that is the look they are going for. They do it on purpose. I remember seeing a girl at a birthday party for my friend's toddler wearing the black lace thong with her jeans and a shirt that only came within a couple of inches of her pants so you could see her stomach and the thong.
She went out of her way all day long to make sure she was noticed, bending over every 5 minutes etc.
Being extremely pregnant at the time I did not appreciate it but I am pretty sure alot of the men did. Wink
There is sexy and then there is skank.

I see this look all the time lately, kind of strange really. I remember the days when people would let you know if your bra strap was showing and now they wear their bras in the open.
I see girls that wear a fancy lace bra and then unbutton their shirts down to the middle of their chests.
I don't have a problem with young people dressing to show off their bodies (to a degree) I mean they are young only once and they may as well flaunt it while they got it.
But as I said sexy vs skank, gotta walk the line.

Alot of girls like to wear the low jeans and short shirts to show off a tattoo on their lower backs, I see that all the time but I heard someone the other day refer to that as a tramp stamp so that is apparently along the lines of the exposed thongs.

 I actually love the low waist jeans, they are comfortable for me but some sit lower than others and some are ridiculously low. I like the ones that are just over my hips, but I always make sure my shirt reaches the waistband and my panties don't show.

Jody, I'm with hardwood on this one, I want to see a picture. grin
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« Reply #9 on: September 18, 2009, 09:32:08 PM »

You go Natalie!! I'm just remembering (just barely) the sixties when "hip huggers" were all the rage. It all seems to be about the "retro" thing with the youth these days. I suppose we'll be seeing the incarnation of disco and platform shoes next?
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« Reply #10 on: September 18, 2009, 09:49:13 PM »

old navy makes a great selection.  i like the ones that are off the waist also.  they fit better.  can't take the ones that feel like they are about to fall off.......
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« Reply #11 on: September 18, 2009, 10:02:22 PM »

Oh Lord, could you imagine platform shoes?! Feathered hair? Polyester?  cool
Its so funny that when people look back on an era that they were a part of they are so embarassed by the clothes and hair styles but then it comes back around again, like no one has learned a lesson from it.

Kathy, I haven't been to Old Navy in a long time, I am an American Eagle girl myself. Love the cargo pants they carry too. I have never been able to wear those mom jeans.
The only problem is my girls shop at the same stores as me so they "borrow" all my clothes.
When they both left for college last month I had to demand back all my clothes before they left.
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« Reply #12 on: September 18, 2009, 10:06:12 PM »

Yepp I too plan to send my Daughter off to college the same way she came to me....broke and nekkid! lol (kidding of course grin)
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« Reply #13 on: September 18, 2009, 10:40:57 PM »

Wait til you send her and you get the tuition bills, you'll be broke and naked by the time you are done.
I have two in college right now and my son is going next year.
I remember one day my daughter called for money to buy more school books. This is after I paid her first month's tution bill and her sister's bill and bought most of their books and paid for all of their dorm and apartment items, groceries etc.
As I am writing the check I look over and my husband is using a roll of duct tape to tape his worn out sneakers back together and I thought to myself, man they better not end up working as grocery baggers when they graduate.
You do what ya gotta do though for your kids, he went to the bank, taped sneakers and all and deposited the check in her account so she could buy her books.
I made it up to him by serving ramen soup for dinner. Wink
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« Reply #14 on: September 18, 2009, 11:07:05 PM »

i shop old navy online.  can't handle those twits in the store.  i do go into the store for grandkids stuff and there is a factory outlet store near our beach house...not that i get there to often these days.

there is nothing wrong with kids paying for their own college.  they can work, or they can take out loans, or do both.  i don't mind helping out, but it doesn't make good financial sense for parents to go broke so that kids can get a good education and earn money.  kids are at the beginning of their earning life and can eat soup for a few years while they pay off the loans.  parents are at the middle or end of their earning life and should be putting money toward retirement.

25 years ago my husband graduated with 40 thousand dollars in debt.  that was a huge amount at the time and we had two kids.  we ate a lot of soup and chicken parts, but we paid it off.  
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« Reply #15 on: September 19, 2009, 08:25:37 AM »

My daughter did that thong thing I told her that I would not be seen with her while she was dressed like that and it made her look cheap and easy  angry There is a difference between sexy and bleep I agree with JP so I guess I'm a suck up  grin
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« Reply #16 on: September 19, 2009, 05:23:26 PM »

Kathy, I agree with kids paying for their own education as well. Mostly because it makes them more responsible and if they screw up they are the ones out the money.
They try harder if its on their dime.

I cover anything that is not taken care of by scholarships and loans, the loans are in their names and they will have to start paying them off 6 months after they graduate but not everything is covered by loans and you can't start school in the fall if you owe them one dime.
They get those loans through the financial aid department at school but there is a cap on the amount you can get through each one. Anything not covered after that has to be paid in cash or the kids would have to get a personal loan on their own outside of the school.
I would rather be broke for a couple of months every fall than co sign a personal loan for them.
I don't want to be tied to someone else's debt, besides we are cash only type of people, we don't do credit cards or loans.
I also pay for their books and the first year I pay for all their dorm/apartment supplies to get them started.
They don't make the kind of money to purchase that stuff. They are able to work more hours during the summer so they try to pay off cell phone bills and car insurance in advance since they don't make alot at the jobs they have at college.
 I don't like to help them with that kind of stuff because I am trying to prepare them for the real world when they graduate and will have all kinds of bills to be reponsible for.
I don't have a problem contributing to their education though since they get excellent grades and I know they do all they can for themselves with the money they have and they will be paying school loans for a long time.
Still though the first couple of months of fall are tough because I pay off the portion I owe, books etc. along with the school clothes I buy for the 4 youngest kids.
We have some retirement money put away but no matter how broke we get we don't touch it and we still have a decent amount of time to contribute to it.

The last time I was in an Old Navy it was so hard to maenuver through the aisles. It was very congested and I hate shopping like that.
I have ordered clothes online for the kids but for me I like to try them on first because I hate sending stuff back, I should check it out though, I don't even know what Old Navy carries anymore.

Irwin, good for you. Its true, if they don't look like they want respect then they sure won't get it.
 

 
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« Reply #17 on: September 19, 2009, 06:03:15 PM »

i know what you mean about cost.  i remember when we got a bill for student health.  i called and explained that my son had good insurance and didn't need student health services.  the response?  everyone pays so that everyone can be covered.  translation:  you are paying for other kids expenses!  books are killer. 

we got our son a credit card with the understanding that the first time he screwed up with it, it was history.  he was very good with it and it helped him build credit.  same thing with the car.  we didn't let him take it his freshman year.  his grades were good, so he got it for the rest of college.  same deal.  screw up and it's history.

no doubt about it.  kids are expensive!!!!!
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« Reply #18 on: September 19, 2009, 06:34:24 PM »

Doesn't that health insurance thing just tick you off? I have health insurance but they want us to purchase the school's health insurance for another $735.00
My oldest is a senior at Saint Anselm College in New Hampshire and this year since she is a senior she is moved out of the dorms and into the apartments they have on campus.
That means no meal plans are included in the tution cost but the tution remained the same.
Usually the kids get $2,000.00 on their meal cards when they start school and it comes out of the tution price, this year I am thinking well she will have to buy her own food now but at least the tution will be a little less, but it ended up being the same because they just find something else to charge you for.
The good thing to come out of it is that it will help her to transition to the real world, she has to budget her money, do her own grocery shopping and plan meals, which is all good for when she is on her own.

Kids are expensive Kathy, I think we should sponge off them when we get older, a little payback. grin
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« Reply #19 on: September 19, 2009, 07:37:36 PM »

I paid ALL of my son's college expenses every semester. It was tough but he graduated debt free. I also bought him a new car as a graduation gift.

This is the way I looked at the situation. I never had to get him out of jail. He made decent grades. He does not smoke or do drugs. He is my only child. He votes Republican. He will be the one deciding when and which nursing home I will be place in. What is the difference in giving it to him now when he needs it or leaving it to him in my will?

He turned out OK and has a good job, but I do wonder if I had let him have more of a vested interest would he be more ambitious?

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« Reply #21 on: September 19, 2009, 11:58:59 PM »

I paid ALL of my son's college expenses every semester. It was tough but he graduated debt free. I also bought him a new car as a graduation gift.

This is the way I looked at the situation. I never had to get him out of jail. He made decent grades. He does not smoke or do drugs. He is my only child. He votes Republican. He will be the one deciding when and which nursing home I will be place in. What is the difference in giving it to him now when he needs it or leaving it to him in my will?

He turned out OK and has a good job, but I do wonder if I had let him have more of a vested interest would he be more ambitious?

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          Its great if you can do that and as you said he turned out well.
I have 6 children and I hope all will go to college.
However, at $40,000 per year(4 year schools) for each kid there was no way on earth I could pay for all of their expenses, even with their scholarships.

I have 2 in school now and a son going next year.
If they went to state schools it may have been different, I could have helped more, in fact what I pay for each kid that loans don't cover is more than any of our state schools cost for the year. So I could have sent them to a state school and covered their tution but I still think they need to contribute something to their own education so that they own it.
Even if I had a ton of money and could write a check to cover all their tution I would not do it.
I would let them take out loans and think they are paying for their own education and then I would pay off their loans when they graduate.
My husband and I have always agreed that if there ever came a time that we could afford to pay off their school loans, as in we came into money or something then we would help out but we would never tell the kids that because I don't want them to know that in advance.
They should assume that they are going to graduate being responsible for their own education.
Still though even at that I think I would prefer to give them money for a down payment on a home and let them pay on the school loans.

I think school loans are probably the least of all the evils of debt. They have a low interest rate and you can take many years to pay them back. You also have something to show for it in the end.
If you are going to have debt this is the kind to have.

My oldest is a senior in college and she pursued an internship with a marketing company over the summer, one that is near her school and that she can do while she is in college.
They have already mentioned hiring her when she graduates.

My other daughter took a job in the school admissions office during the school year and they liked her drive so they offered her the job for the summer and into this upcomimg school year as well.
They also offered her a position in housing, it came with the perk of a free private room all summer so she would not have to commute, but she could still make it home on weekends.
She worked at both jobs all summer, bouncing back and forth across the street to each office. She loved it, she goes to school in Boston and loves the city.
She can work whatever hours fit in her class schedule, before or after classes or days off.
This year they also offered her the position of resident advisor.
All 3 are paying jobs.
I think debt can be a good motivator.
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« Reply #22 on: September 20, 2009, 09:58:57 AM »

my father had a lot of great sayings, but the one he used on my mom as he kicked my brother out the door is still one of my favorites.

"The prospect of starvation is the greatest motivator."   grin

my neighbors have 5 kids.  3 have gone through college at their parents expense.  two have ended up back at home.  seems to happen a lot these days.  i never understood that.  when i was young, i couldn't wait to get out on my own.  i would not have considered going back to my parents.  it would have been an admission of failure of my great quest.  i would not have considered going to my parents for money.  1st because i knew they didn't have any, but also just because of my own pride.  

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« Reply #23 on: September 20, 2009, 10:18:26 AM »

Natalie,

I hope you do not feel that I was talking negative about how you educated your children. I admire the fact that you have six children that will go to college. If I had six or even more than one, things would have been totally different around here. He is working on his master now but he and his employer are paying.

I have always said, there are two kinds of debt; good and bad. College education and home mortgage debt is good. Credit card debt is bad.


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« Reply #24 on: September 20, 2009, 12:54:17 PM »

Oh no Steve, not at all. I didn't think you were being negative one bit.
It was just me explaining and rambling, I do that sometimes.  Smiley
I was just explaining how it works for us. Even though I couldn't afford to pay all their expenses it worked well for us anyway because it gave them motivation that has opened new doors to them through their jobs.
When I waitressed I worked with alot of college kids and I noticed a difference with the ones that were working hard to pay their way and the ones who were there on their parents dime.
There were some that did their homework during break time and worked hard at school and then there were the ones who skipped class to hang out at the restaraunt and a couple that had even flunked out of school and had not informed their parents yet.
Of course this is not the way it is for every student but it struck me that there was a difference with at least the ones I worked with and I learned from that.
I don't want you to feel I was being critical of your choice either. I am glad it worked for you and every kid is different so different situations apply.
The important thing is that they get an education and do something with their lives, not how they get there.
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« Reply #25 on: September 21, 2009, 01:06:33 PM »

Do women find european cut speedos on men as attractive as most men (other than a few of us here) find thongs on women?

Tried getting a granny thong (well, not granny yet!) for my wife and she said she'd only wear it if I did.  After feeling like I was getting cut in half with a kite string we agreed and it stays where it belongs...at the bottom for the dresser drawer.  embarassed

Sorry guys, no pictures.

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« Reply #26 on: September 21, 2009, 01:10:55 PM »

As far as the hijacker thread...
My parent's paid for 13 years of my primary education (as well as for my 6 siblings) at a private Christian school.  I coasted through it. 

I paid for my own college (books, transportation, lodging, food), and since it was MY money, I worked a lot harder for it!!

4 of us made it through 4 years of college, 1 through 2 years, and the other 2 are doing very well without it. Smiley
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« Reply #27 on: September 21, 2009, 02:30:05 PM »

I personally do not like the speedos at all!!
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« Reply #28 on: September 21, 2009, 09:51:01 PM »

EEEks, shocked I didn't describe what my idea of a granny thong was!  It's that pair of underware that are at the bottom of the drawer you only wear when you haven't done laundry yet or "that week".  You know, with the stretched out waistband that goes to your chin!! You hope all day you don't have to go to the emergency room.  I tried a real one once for about 10 minutes, that was about enough don't know how those girls wear em all day doing everything. That would traumatize Chels also..hmmm, may be a fun thing do dig out & do!  Nursing homes are gonna be scary places in 40-50 years with all those sagging tattoos running down the halls....I'm with you on the speedos Natalie!  it is fun to see where threads go to!
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« Reply #29 on: September 22, 2009, 11:50:14 AM »

EEEks, shocked I didn't describe what my idea of a granny thong was!  It's that pair of underware that are at the bottom of the drawer you only wear when you haven't done laundry yet or "that week".  You know, with the stretched out waistband that goes to your chin!! You hope all day you don't have to go to the emergency room.  I tried a real one once for about 10 minutes, that was about enough don't know how those girls wear em all day doing everything. That would traumatize Chels also..hmmm, may be a fun thing do dig out & do!  Nursing homes are gonna be scary places in 40-50 years with all those sagging tattoos running down the halls....I'm with you on the speedos Natalie!  it is fun to see where threads go to!
Jody

Boy, I thought those were bloomers!  Guess my wife DOES have a granny thong or two, but that isn't anything I bought her....  shocked
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