Once upon a time Bossy stayed with her friend Wendy in Scottsdale Arizona for a few days, where the two friends hooked themselves up to a wine I.V. in the Bravo Network ward of the imaginary hospital. Then one day Wendy said, “Let’s go shopping because I need a grown up shirt.” So Bossy and Wendy went to a store and here’s what happened: Wendy walked directly over to the grown up shirts which were actually distressed boyfriend jeans and decided to try a pair on.
Bossy followed suit, where suit is not a suit, but rather boyfriend jeans, which Bossy tried on and loved because they are so soft and comfortable. In fact they were so soft and comfortable Bossy said they felt like socks.
As you can see the jeans are a size too big, but that’s what makes them so comfortable. And Bossy doesn’t mind the bunchy front. No, the issue Bossy has with these jeans is the rear — and did Bossy mention she has an issue with these jeans? Yes, Bossy is trying to decide whether she should keep these jeans or return them and you, dear council, are going to help her decide.
So, here’s the issue. You know, the issue that’s not Bossy’s bizarre shadow:
The issue is the rear of the jeans, or should Bossy say her rear in the jeans. As Bossy said to her friend Wendy, “The ass doesn’t inspire greatness,” and dear Bossy we don’t know what you mean by that either.
Still, they are as comfortable as socks and they are supposed to fit loose because they are Boyfriend Jeans — even though in Bossy’s case the boyfriend is Sam Kinison.
While you study the above photos and render your opinion, Bossy would like to tell you about her San Diego (No) Book Tour get-together last night. It was held in her house:
It was very fun and well attended by the likes of Jacquie, Christina, a real live man named Matthew, Debbie, Kelly, Melanie, Katy, and Jenn, with a special shout out to lurker Jenn and Bossy’s cameraman Scott.
Today Bossy is hugging the Pacific Ocean in her (Harrison) Ford, driving to Laguna Beach for another meet-up tonight, followed by an L.A. meet-up the next night, followed by a Palo Alto meet-up — and are you sensing a theme?
Now what about those jeans?