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#ChronicallyIllAndThankful, Day 15

For my next # ChronicallyIllAndThankful post, I decided to pick a ridiculous thing that I like.  Yes, I am thankful for them and they sure do come in handy.  Some other people in this world need to take a hint.  So, what is this wonderful thing or things that my Tarlov Cysts have made endearing to me?  Granny panties!  Yep, those sturdy, little things come in handy.

Take the design of a higher waist on them.  Love that feature.  Why?  The elastic is above my scar!  My zipper is right at the ‘crack’ going up about three inches.  Anything that rubs against that thing causes all sorts of discomfort.  Some stinging, some itching, some quicky-ness, some bugs crawling, you name it I will feel it. I could not imagine what I would be going through if I tried those thongs.  My daughter use to call them “butt floss”,  Appropriate right?  Ewe imagine those that have the seam up the crack.  Just thinking about those makes me want to slap someone.  Not really but……

Then let’s talk about full coverage.  Why does a girl need that?  She might have to put a patch on and if they were not covering the whole fanny then who knows what would happen to that patch.  Would it roll and fall off?  Would it bunch up and stick to something and make a visible debut?

Now the draw backs.  Yes, the waist band is a little higher than some of my pants, but who wears a shirt tucked in and above the waist band of pants anyway.  But my favorite draw-back is that to get them high enough for my needs, I have to wear them a size too big.  Yep, droopy drawers.  So, imagine waking up, and as my last post suggest, being frozen on your belly and someone has to come in and roll you over.  They will get a pretty view,  I choose to say pretty, you use whatever you want to mean ‘a bare butt cheek flashing’.

Another draw-back is they never stay where they should.  I know, I know, if I wore them the correct size, they would not do that.  But what’s a girl with a zipper on her rear supposed to do?  Go without?   I think not.

 

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