How crazy, theoretically....would it be, if say I wore boys pants today. Ok, maybe you want to know how I arrived at this point where I am contemplating such a bold act. There are several factors at play here.
So firstly, it seems that my girlish figure has been more on the luscious side of things for a while now, I think that's ok, I'm not unhappy too much with that. But some of my more constrictive clothing, yeah they have a big problem with that. So, that's one.
Secondly, boys pants definitely fit more loosely and comfortably I'm finding. No lycra spandex to squeeze you all up in there. Why do they do that to women? I don't want to be lycra spandexed... And I don't want people ogling my arse end where every detail and curvature is revealed. Why should I?
Thirdly....oh and if this doesn't convince you....POCKETS! Yes, boys pants have pockets! If women's pants even have pockets, you'd be lucky to fit anything into them, pocket items end up all bulgy and weird because the pockets (if there) are all lycra spandexed onto your figure with no room for anything but an ultra smooth shape. Not useful at all. Boys pants have deep pockets in a loose fitting garment that you can put things in. Maybe you want to take a pick with you. Maybe you have some change. Well if you have boys pants on, you can just slip that stuff into your pocket. No worries.
I don't want you all staring at me as I go about my business today, I may have boys pants on as a trial run. The fourth possible reason for this, is that any other comfy clothing I have is waiting for me to get them washed at the laundromat. Yeah, that seems like it's a pain now. Boys pants seems easier.
So there you have four convincing reasons to try on another gender of pants wear. I wonder if boys pants are also cheaper....I bet they might be.
Anyway, it's Thursday, I'm working, then playing at the library for the second go at 'To Regina With Love'. And I may have boys pants on throughout all of this. shhh...