The first time I wore a pair of jeans was when I was 13, and the last time I had them was at 16.
That’s when I went for a jog in the park with my best friend and we bought a pair.
I was in love with jeans.
At first, I wore them every day.
I would walk to the store to buy them for a few bucks or to go to a shop to buy for myself.
I felt like I could wear jeans without looking like a pretentious twat.
I wanted to look cool.
But as I got older, jeans became less of an obsession.
They didn’t have a particular place in my closet.
The only place I’d always go was to the mall and buy them.
And the last thing I wanted was to wear them in public.
By then, I had lost a lot of weight.
I didn’t like being skinny, so I thought about going in the store and buying new jeans, like I’d done when I started growing up.
And it just wasn’t going to happen, so it was time to take a break.
I decided that jeans were not for me anymore.
I wasn’t comfortable wearing jeans, so the next thing I knew, I decided to quit the mall altogether.
I went to the gym and started lifting weights.
I still don’t like lifting weights, but I know that it’s not the same.
I like to lift weights to keep myself strong.
And as a result, I feel that I am more confident and more athletic.
Nowadays, I am in my mid-30s and I wear jeans, even though I am at a loss for words.
I know they are comfortable, but what makes them so great is that they are the only thing I have ever been able to wear every day, which means I can wear jeans whenever I want.
I also have a thing for denim jackets, and they make me feel like I am a celebrity.
I wear them to work and at home.
I have never had to choose between jeans and sneakers, so jeans have become a must-have accessory.
Now I wear a lot more jeans because I like the fit, but if I were to buy jeans for myself, I would have to wait until I am 40 years old.
But I will continue to wear jeans even if I don’t have the time or inclination to buy new ones.
I hope that someday I can buy them again.