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Let me preface this by saying I’m not female…

While shopping with my wife today, and by shopping I mean carrying bags, something occurred to me.

Standing in front of a set of shelves stocked with jeans I noticed the size 2, 3 and 4 jeans were on the top shelf and the size 16 and 18 jeans were on the bottom shelf.

Wouldn’t it be easier for the little girls to bend over to go through the jeans?

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7 Comments

  1. It absolutely would!!!

  2. That is the most hilarious observation I have ever heard!!! And, YES, it would!!

  3. From you mouth to God’s ear… or at least the retail high mucky-mucks’ ears.

  4. Amen! I soooo wish you were in my hood!

    here is an alternative perspective: You know they may do it on purpose, so the men would get a glorious view!

  5. Hey there he is..was being to think the young uns had driven you crazy and you were vacationing in a padded roo. Welcome back Zman sends

  6. It’s a marketing ploy. Keeps those ultimately desired 2s up top where everyone can see, but only the select few can reach…

    It’s not a mistake, and it’s not for customer convenience. Nasty.

    Jonathan

  7. Yes, it would.

    However, if the size 16’s were at eye level, or were easily reachable, that would ENCOURAGE those fat girls (moi) to walk into that store and actually spend time shopping there, thereby damaging the image of said store. They know darn well that we don’t like bending over and putting our larger rears on display for the world.


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