I will never get over America’s love, desire, or need for diversity. I have ‘complained’ here about too many choices. I read on ‘Lisa’s Away from the Office Chair’ that she went shopping with her daughter, and there wasn’t enough stores!
Now the rub, and mark it, I am not complaining. Sherry has no girl here to go shopping with, so we go together. This girl seldom shops for herself, therefore when she does I would be foolish to fuss. My ‘gripe’ is not with the cost but with the confusing VARIETY. There are at least a gazillion styles, colors cuts, half bras, push up , squeeze in, hitches in the middle of the front and some with 36 catches in the back. Even some that work on WIFI, they were listed as wireless! That is crazy, if I wuz a girl I would burn my bra!
Also men don’t fit too well in the ladies’ lingerie department of Penny’s & Dillard’s. Well, I did want to help her try on Bra's, but she said ‘you don’t try on Bra's and underwear. Then it ain’t no fun if I don’t get to help fit them or at least see something modeled!
(I did snap one picture of Sherry but she would not let me show her face. She definitely does not look like she has been married for 60 yrs!)
Oh yeah, and panties! There are at least as many panties, even some that ain’t panties, just strings. Would Sherry get any of them, well no! (I might have misspelled well.)
Then to the shoe section. You women are crazy. Some of these shoes look like torture machines from the middle ages. And then shower shoes for $100!!! At least that is what the USMC called ‘shower shoes’ (flip flops). Now they are for dress? More strings thru plastic soles.
(The bikini panty shot was here, but I removed it (for safety's sake (mine). I am not completely crazy!)
No she did not get flip flops, she can’t wear them. She never got used to the thong between the toes. Anyway she is now into Vionics, to help her knees. She didn't get any but looked at some so I could order them off the net if need be.
Anyway, we then stopped by Burger King and I had a Whopper, she had a Whopper jr. I got to cheer up a young boy with a gold dollar. His brother also got one.
It was a good day, since I did not have to pick-out anything, Sherry waded through the million varieties and came home happy. So naturally I am happy.