TODAY IN PANTS:
I have a history of not getting things right away. For example, it took about 30 listens to "Needle and the Damage Done" by Neil Young to finally understand he was talking about heroin addicts and not a strange allegory about a sewing kit. (Yes, the song contains the line "every addict's like a setting sun", and I still didn't get it.)
But so far in my 26 years of life, nothing has beaten the realization today that I have been wearing a pair of pants backwards for upwards for two months.
Pants, mind you.
I really can't say that enough. I was WEARING a PAIR of PANTS....BACKWARDS..
...and I honestly couldn't understad why they had made the front so high and left so little ass room in the back. I blamed those bitchy designers who only want to dress skinny white girls with no booty.
I blamed the pants.