So, I bought these jeans at Lane Bryant and they had buttons on the back pockets. Not, like buttons one would sew on but buttons like you would put on with a hammer and a rivet setting set. I’ve had them a couple of weeks and one of the “buttons” comes off. I am not too concerned until I see me reflection and the flap of the pocket is sticking out like a little butt flag. Not cool. So I decide to take them back. Only one problem. They are the only jeans I have. So I go in anyway, by which time, the other “button” has also disappeared. I go in and explain the situation and how I don’t want a new pair of the same jeans because I think it will just happen again but I also didn’t like any of the other jeans I tried on and so the wonderful, beautiful women behind the counter refunds my money. Just like that. I got free jeans. Not just any free jeans. Free $40 jeans which I hadn’t really had the green light to buy. I mean, I was authorized to buy jeans, but $40 jeans? Probably should have had permission. But now, the price is right.
And how cool is Lane Bryant? There is a reason they are more expensive than Wal-Mart or Target. It’s because of this little thing called “customer service”. Really, it’s an amazing thing. And you know what I am probably going to do with me money? Spend it at Lane Bryant on shirts to go with my cool free pants.
So, there was something else I was going to write about but now that it is 335 in the morning, I just can’t remember. Later.