Topic: Jared’s Jeans.
Andrea: He buys one pair, wears them until they are obscenely full of holes (literally, I can’t let him around little kids, they’d sue) and then buys another pair. I say: Time to be a grown up and buy two pairs of pants. If you buys two pairs of pants, then you can rotate – wear one pair one day, give them a rest for a day and wear the other pair. That way, each pair lasts twice as long, which means the time between jeans purchase is effectively quadrupled. This is a plus considering J. doesn’t really like to shop. Also, you can have two different pairs of pants, which keeps people from thinking that they have below the waist deja vue.
Jared: For one, I am an adult. And, I have a better analogy. If you cut your grass everyday, you know what you get really good at doing? Cutting the grass. So if I wear my jeans everyday, guess what my jeans get really good at doing? Being jeans. If I have two pairs of pants, the other one is just going to get lonely while the I wear the first ones out, then I have to wear the other ones and try and make them feel better. Not my idea of a good time.
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