You are looking at Bossy’s jeans. Actually you are looking at Bossy’s jeans before they were her jeans, but rather belonged to the person whose flowery blue sock you see in the lower right corner which shockingly didn’t dissuade Bossy from bidding on these here jeans.
Bossy has a life philosophy, and it’s this: why reinvent the wheel? Case in point, Bossy has a few favorite things, and so when those things wear out she looks to replace those things with like things and, hi, perhaps now you understand why Bossy’s daughter threatens to phone Stacy and Clinton on a daily basis?
Here’s what Bossy does: she begins to watch eBay for those items she knows she likes. She enters the exact brand and size and then relaxes into many many auctions, holding tight her belief she shouldn’t pay a lot for an item because that would defeat the purpose.
These jeans were inexpensive with reasonable shipping, which means the whole thing arrived on her doorstep less than $15 later. Bossy thinks the reduced price is directly proportionate to the percentage of denim fabric left on the Blue Cult factory floor in order to create Those Ridiculous Holes.
But still, under $15. Thems thrift store prices.