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    03-05-2013, 12:30 AM
I think it does look kinda dork. Does the opinion of an old lady who doesn't wear thongs count? Lol!
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    03-05-2013, 12:30 AM
Originally Posted by Northern    
I think it does look kinda dork. Does the opinion of an old lady who doesn't wear thongs count? Lol!
Yes it counts!!!
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    03-05-2013, 12:34 AM
Muppet, I'm so sorry to hear of your suffering this bizarre malady: It's a newly-discovered & as yet not understood syndrome called "Gluteus Maximus Syndrome", "All my posts lead to discussion of unmentionables syndrome" for short.
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    03-05-2013, 12:53 AM
Green Broke
Lol always have....always will the only time I don't have my pants in my boots is at a show other than that ALWAYS!
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    03-05-2013, 12:58 AM
I wear my pants tucked in sometimes. Say, I don't have boot socks on. I hate the feel of the boot on my bare calf. Tucking in the pant will put a barrier between my skin and the boot. Helps when riding, too, since if I don't wear a boot sock with cowboy boots, it feel icky and sometimes the skin of my calf gets pinched between the top of the boot and the fender, when posting.

If I had a pair of snazzy boots, I'd want folks to see them. IF the pant leg covers them, no one can see.
    03-05-2013, 01:02 AM
Green Broke
Originally Posted by tinyliny    
If I had a pair of snazzy boots, I'd want folks to see them. IF the pant leg covers them, no one can see.

Haha that's how it started with me. I got my first pair of really nice getor skin fat babies and started tucking my pants in to show off....and never quit roflmao

Everybody used to laugh at me for it back home. Calling me a pig farmer they all do it and I LAUGH in their face hahahahahahahaha
    03-05-2013, 01:04 AM
I tuck my pants in my boots one it shows off my boots and if the weather is bad it keeps my pants dry-- As for the low rider jeans, it is funny to see woman trying to pull them up -why did they leave the house with them on in the first place LOL :)
    03-05-2013, 01:05 AM
Roperchick, so YOU were instrumental in starting this trend in your neck of the woods? J'accuse!
    03-05-2013, 01:08 AM
Aesthetically....if we want to get technical, my issue with jeans tucked in boots, that unless you're built like a twelve year old boy or an Amazon woman , you will end up looking like an inverted triangle.......and most cowboy boots have a length that stop mid calve, the widest part of your calve, therefore making you look bigger......

But seriously, I'm like one of those English girls on that show What Not to Wear, Trinny and Sussanah.......seriously I've used my hands to prop my friends boobs up to show her that her bra was not flattering!!! We had a good laugh about that!!!
    03-05-2013, 01:09 AM
LOL pretty much ALL jeans are "skinny" jeans these days, and so my pants are tucked into my boots a lot. ;)

It doesn't quite work with bootcut jeans. All my "skinny" (phase) jeans are boot cut though, so that may explain why I'm wearing my fat pants tucked in all the time.

Also ain't nuffin' wrong with a nice thong. Better to CHOOSE to have a slender part of your undies between your buttcheeks than a massive wedgie with some hideous white granny panties.

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