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Jan 17th 2011 3:31AM If I were to wear Pajama Jeans , it wouldn't be to sleep in them. I'd buy them a n wear them for their comfort an the look of a jean. Regular blue jeans have never felt all that comfortable to me. I have bought an wore stretch jeans and Pajama Jeans have stretch to them so I would tend to think they must be fairly comfortable. I think looking clean, smelling clean and having good breath are appreciated. Granted when your not feeling well or in a hospital you might not look as good as you otherwise would but that's understandable.
As far as sweatpants and or sweatshirts, I have owned several pairs and I didn't buy them to wear for exercising, I bought them because they are comfortable and when I chose not to be in a more regular cut /style of slacks, I put them on and yes I have went to stores and restaurants with them on. No I didn't wear them to a more formal restaurant but a fast food or family type one yes. I was neat an clean in my appearance an quite comfortable and if someone didn't like that I wore a pair of sweat pants in spite of the fact that they were clean an not all wrinkled or baggy looking then, let them turn it into a problem however there are far worse things for one to fret over or get irritated about. I wonder what kind of pajamas Jesus slept in .....or might He have slept in one of His robes that people saw Him walking around in, do you think I would consider HIm to be lazy, no I wouldn't. Perhaps if there were trowsers in His time , He may have chosen to wear them. I have no doubt He kept Himself clean and if there were sweat pants to wear, I believe He would have chosen to wear them at times an be comfortable like many people do. Keep in mind He was a very humbled man and associated with all sorts of people, no matter how they were dressed. Most people commenting on here are adults and as adults we don't need to go around building mountains out of molehills. I say let t hose who choose to wear them , wear them and if your someone who as the worldly society would say "Wouldn't be caught dead in them!!" then fine don't. :)
Nov 23rd 2010 1:19PM I am aware, an understand that we should be liked and to like ourself the way we look and to not be made to feel inferior for looking any different than societies projected image of perfect. I also know how much I would have appreciated having the option along with my parents agreeing to the removal of a nasty looking scab I got above my lip from falling off a bike and scraping my face on the cement when I was around 7 or 8 yrs old. I felt bad that it happened a couple of days before picture day. Mom told me to try to turn my head a little more sideways an I did that but, somehow the photographer managed to get it captured anyway. I always felt bad whenever I looked at the picture. We didn't have the option back then to change anything. I feel if it isn't altering the shape of a body part (which perhaps some would even like that (for instance a large bump on their nose smoothed out or ears looking closer to their head, things of that nature) an people do recognize us by those things because, they generally are more permanent, even though they can be changed by surgery should we chose to go that route at some point but...to have a scab or pimples etc, things that are just temporary removed should be an option, both the child, an parents get to have. You can not go back to whatever age you were when the picture was taken and have it retaken to show that the majority of time you didn't look like the picture showed you did just at that time. I think if it's an option offered, then great!, no one including the photographers are forcing anyone into doing anything , it's simply an option if needed.
Nov 5th 2010 10:11AM I think the big mistake he made was not keeping his disguise on until he was well off the plane and could go somewhere an remove it then and I agree changing his top at the very least. A sort of funny movie involving a plane and someone having a bad experience and ending up changing their identity (It's a slightly older movie) is "True Identity)
Nov 5th 2010 3:35AM I remember going with my mom to Woolworth's an sometimes eating at the counter also and they had good tasting full meals that were really inexpensive considering all you got for the money. I also remember going with a girlfriend to the downtown Milwaukee Woolworth's and ordeing a slice of pizza that was 1/4 the size of the whole pizza and a friendly hispanic gentleman named "Angel" prepared the pizza with sauce, shredded mozzerella and some fine green looking powder which I want to say may have been ground oregano but the odd thing is it didn't taste like what ground oregano tastes like to me but it sure made that pizza slice taste FANTASTIC!!!! I've never had any pizza that tasted like it ever since and I miss that taste. If someone could just track down the receipe for how they made that pizza it would be so appreciated.
Jul 18th 2010 2:32AM I was thinking that if they ever did a movie in regards to Della Reese , Oprah would do well in portraying her. Granted Della Reese is a maturedwoman now but Oprah could be made up to look like Della because they "sort of" resemble each other.
Oct 19th 2009 12:08AM Why is it only going to be seen for 2 weeks . This is the 1st I have heard of it today and it mentioned the tickets went on sale back in Sept. it is now the middle of Oct. Is there no chance of seeing it after the 2 weeks?