For all us former and current heffers

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    Jan 21, 2010 6:27 PM GMT


    "I wish I wish I could just have one doughnut."

    This guy is fucking hilarious.
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    Jan 21, 2010 9:31 PM GMT
    Very funny. icon_smile.gif
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    Jan 21, 2010 9:33 PM GMT
    FYI, it's "heifers."
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    Jan 21, 2010 9:57 PM GMT
    Haha that was actually pretty funny lol
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    Jan 21, 2010 11:41 PM GMT
    " I ate my way to the other side!" lmao
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    Jan 22, 2010 2:28 AM GMT
    I used to be a size 40 waist, and it was always a massive hunt to find jeans anywhere, and my skinny best friend (at the time) could never understand why I couldn't just go buy a pair. Now I'm down to a 30, and there are 30s everywhere, but no 30/34. I might put some weight back on just because 34/34 seems to be easy to find.

    I had the donut dilemma today, at the grocery store. Standing at the display case, wondering if my willpower would allow just one. I really do think that moderation is much more difficult than abstinence.
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    Jan 22, 2010 2:39 AM GMT
    I must be really dense...I just don't understand!..
    It must be my blond roots.....icon_lol.gif....one doughnut?..if you mean ONE BOX of doughnuts!
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    Jan 22, 2010 3:54 AM GMT
    sexyactionnick saidI used to be a size 40 waist, and it was always a massive hunt to find jeans anywhere, and my skinny best friend (at the time) could never understand why I couldn't just go buy a pair. Now I'm down to a 30, and there are 30s everywhere, but no 30/34. I might put some weight back on just because 34/34 seems to be easy to find.

    I had the donut dilemma today, at the grocery store. Standing at the display case, wondering if my willpower would allow just one. I really do think that moderation is much more difficult than abstinence.


    I'm also a 30/34..and Levi's company owned stores have a machine that takes your measurements and custom orders the jeans. (not a whole lot more)
    or try levi's online

    When buying a pair of customized jeans, a customer, working with a sales clerk, enters her measurements in the kiosk and the computer determines which prototype pair of jeans the customer should try on. The sales clerk then enters various modifications into the computer -- a higher inseam, smaller hips -- and the computer calculates measurements for a custom-fit pair.

    The data are sent by modem to Levi's sewing operation in Mountain City, Tenn., where a pattern is computer-generated and cut using laser technology. The jeans are handsewn and then shipped back to the store or directly to the customer. The process can take up to two weeks.

    The custom-fit jeans sell for about $15 over the regular retail price.}
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    Jan 22, 2010 5:19 AM GMT
    sexyactionnick saidI used to be a size 40 waist, and it was always a massive hunt to find jeans anywhere, and my skinny best friend (at the time) could never understand why I couldn't just go buy a pair. Now I'm down to a 30, and there are 30s everywhere, but no 30/34. I might put some weight back on just because 34/34 seems to be easy to find.


    The following link is what you get when you go to eBay and search for:

    30x34

    and then choose 'mens clothing:'

    http://tinyurl.com/yesmow5

    There were over 300 jeans and pants available at the time I searched.

    You could also search on:

    30/34

    If you see: 'NWT,' it stands for 'new with tag.'
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    Jan 22, 2010 9:45 AM GMT
    Thanks for the jeans advice! Lately, though, it's been worse as I've been strictly $25 and under with jeans, which is occasionally possible through Ross. I'll check those sites for deals, but I'm always afraid to buy clothing online.