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2legs - Hey, babe, take a walk on the wild side...

Went to try buy trousers, yesterday. Preference was for jeans.
There is no shop in the whole of Cambridge, apparently, selling jeans to fit me now.... smiley - wah - so we measured my thigh, - my right thigh now has a circumference of 2 foot. that's 24 inchs, which is.... about 60 CM? smiley - erm = oddly, my left thigh is about an inch or so less smiley - weird

My next challenge is to therefore increase the left leg size, to match the right, and, smiley - drumroll then; to shrink my waist, whilst increasing my thighs; until they are all three the same size; I'm aiming for 28" but feel 30" is potentially possible, for my waist... (I'm about 34" waist ATM; have been as low as 32" in recent times...) smiley - alienfrown

In the end I got two pairs of loose, baggy, err, yoga/pilatz cotton trouser things smiley - laughsmiley - blush - OK, so I am lucky, I can just for the most part give up entirely on trousers, and just wear leggings, for the gym, and wear skirts/dresses- who knew my becominga transvestite was, really, a sensible move to solve the problem of way too much time spent in the squat rack.

latest squatting, is not in the squat rack; its on the bosu; apparently my balance is rather good smiley - cool - also started doing a lot of piston squats, as I can seemingly balance on one leg now, fine.... = not yet tried piston squats, on the bosu…. that might be problematic... smiley - laughsmiley - boing

(a bosu (both sides used), is a balance training tool; a 'platform', 'stuck' to an inflatable ball- you stand on the platform, and so balance on the inflated ball underneath) smiley - ermsmiley - boing

off on holiday end of the week, not far away, just a break, which happens to coincide with a beer festavil there smiley - coolsmiley - ale


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You can call me TC

Will you actually be able to walk with thighs that size?


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2legs - Hey, babe, take a walk on the wild side...

ahh.... good point... I'd not thought of that smiley - laughsmiley - blush I doubt I'd ever find jeans to fit again smiley - snorksmiley - weirdsmiley - laughsmiley - diva


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Pierce The Pirate ~ out of Hotblack Desiato mode again ~

Oh, I'm sure you can find a tailor in London City who is up to the challenge provided they are paid enough. I once read that one of the Krupp heirs had trousers made of a number of jeans that were disassembled whereupon the best bits were sewed to fit him the best way possible. smiley - biggrin

smiley - pirate


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2legs - Hey, babe, take a walk on the wild side...

I'm thinking of doing something simular myself, only.... more different; basically cut down the outside seems on a pair of jeans that fits my waist/bum, and then wire-in chainmail down the 'gash' in the sides, to widen the leg 'holes' sorted! smiley - zen might make a bit of noise in the washing machine, and trying to pass through the airport X-ray scanners smiley - snorksmiley - cool


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Pierce The Pirate ~ out of Hotblack Desiato mode again ~

smiley - laughsmiley - roflsmiley - laugh

Good luck with that smiley - ok

smiley - pirate


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2legs - Hey, babe, take a walk on the wild side...

smiley - biggrin was thinking, other material might be easier to attach/sew on, than chainmail.... - maybe a random patchwork in the 'gash' on the side of the legs..... = I've a whole bunch of old knickers that need to be dumped.... maybe they'd do.... a patchwork of different coloured panties, sewn into my jeans.... - I'm sure its all the fashion thesedays….. recycling and up-scaling or whatever its called smiley - evilgrin


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