Thursday, January 29, 2009

Sneaky Comfort

I have to say one of the best feelings in the world is getting home from a nice day at work and, after removing your coat, shoes and socks and slipping into some slippers, but prior to sitting down for dinner or tv or to a book, is the feeling of unbuckling your belt and unbuttoning the top button on your pants and unzipping your fly to about halfway and just relaxing. No more snug waist to get in the way of your lounge. Sometimes you get home from work but may need to go back out, to see a movie or to go shopping or to a bar and grill so there’s no point in getting home and changing into sweats to only have to change back into a decent pair of pants an hour later – that’s just way too much work. Just loosen the fly. The half-zipped zipper is loose enough for comfort but just tight enough around your hips to be able to walk without holding your pants up. I’m telling you, ladies and gentlemen, you’ll instantly feel like your sitting with your friends around a campfire after a long day of doing whatever it is you all had been doing while camping. It’s a must. And by no means is it inappropriate. Even if you have a roommate who may find this distasteful you can just untuck your shirt so it hangs over your fly and they’ll never be the wiser. Home is where your rump rests, and when you’re resting in your home you should be comfortable. That’s my $.02. Cheers.

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