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LEGGINGS ARE NOT PANTS

I know some ladies might get a little upset at me however it has to be said.  Seriously ladies leggings stretch and I do not think the world wants to see your g-string up your butt crack when it stretches is not sexy or alluring,  Its really just gross and disgusting. Lets see this chart i found on Pinterests.
Also besides leggings a few other leg coverings that should not be worn without something covering your buttocks.  Stocking or tights....I know that people are like but I wear them with dresses.  That's fine as long as your leggings or tights are covering to your mid-thigh.  Spandex that shows your underwear or if you are like the few people who go commando under the spandex we don't want to see things that's are....NO.  Again there is nothing sexy or alluring about seeing stuff that should be kept under wraps.  

Now I bet you are wondering why I mentioned this.  As you know I have a page going Kansas or bust 2016.  Well we are visiting my sister-in-law and on the trip here from Florida you would not believe all the tight, legging and spandex clad people that we saw at the stops.... NO WAY!!! Nope and when i said to my daughter if i ever see that i will beat you all I got the dirtiest look from one lady. Well that's enough from my rant right now.

Peace out everyone!!
Angie


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