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Old 03-14-2016, 06:10 AM   #61
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Re: Getting Old And Fat

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That's "mirror-image" didease.

Time for a new mirror!
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Old 03-14-2016, 08:00 PM   #62
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Re: Getting Old And Fat

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I wore 32x36's from the time I was 16 until maybe I was 30...then 34's...then 36x36's....weight increase from 185 to 195.....then after 30, 210 until smoking ended.

After 40, I noticed either the industry made pants longer, or I was getting shorter.

36 x 34's now. I was up to 38's and forced a diet and now maintain it.

I will add boys, that the firehose pants from Duluth are great. There work jeans are damned comfortable too. All I wear until summer. And they are "wearing" well also....concrete isn't ruining them as it does Levi's and Dickies.
I have been looking at the firehose pants...will they last 2-3 times as long as a cheap pair from Wally World?


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