Monday, November 23, 2009

Quote of the day

"See, the problem was [long pause] that everything I tried on - fitted so well !!"
- so that't why she spent over a grand on dresses.

11 comments:

Ute said...

OMG... a thousand?!

I feel bad for the $130 I just spent! And I never spend that normally.

unique_stephen said...

In her defense, it was a lot of dresses and she needs them for work - she's dropped a size and a bit since baby 2 and the only stuff she has that small (size 10 ish) she was wearing at uni and it's a bit dated now.

still

sparsely kate said...

good on her! nothing is nicer than some new clothes :)

Jen said...

I'd spend the thousand on cd's and maybe $10 on a belt.
But that's just me.

Steph said...

And the problem is??

unique_stephen said...

Kate > "nothing"? , I'm calling you on that..

Jen > I may have too soon - looks like iinet are going to ban bittorrent


Steph > Apparently that it fitted, who am I to argue with feminin logic.

Fusion said...

Funny how it's only the ladies commenting on this post...
Hope your bank account recovers soon ;)

EmmaK said...

I was worried then I realized that is only $500 US no that's okay

Kitty said...

uuuumaaaaah

i do that. it nawdy, but sooo nice.

Memphis Steve said...

OUCH!!!

Eostre said...

Makes sense actually...

It's funny, if you're a size the fashion industry deems unacceptable... shopping becomes an exercise in frustration and humiliation. You're too big, nothing fits.

I know people who if they find something that fits will buy it in 2 or 3 other colors, just to stave off the need to go through that whole experience again.

I guess it become habit to buy everything that fits *and* looks good, because that is just so rare.

So when you lose weight and everything fits? Your instinct is to buy it all.

That's how I feel anyway. Er... that was a lot longer and preachier than I meant for it to be. Sorry to amateur femini-psychoanalyze on your comments.