Thursday, August 5, 2010


This song below reflects my mood, if it was a beautiful spring day, and if I was wearing a pretty dress and could ride some kind of bicycle and look pretty and elfin. This song makes me happy. Especially the intro to this song.

I've got a topic to discuss: onesies. Or play suits. Or jumpsuits. Whatever you call them, I want to talk about them. In brief, though; I have school work to do and a 21st birthday speech to prepare. ARGH. I forgot to buy floss again.

Anyway, back to the play suit. I just want to make it absolutely clear that I will NEVER buy a play suit online. I remember ages ago, I was sifting through stores trying to find a nice dress to wear to a cocktail event and I thought it could be appropriate to adorn myself in a indigo play suit: kinda cute, showing a bit of leg, whatever etc. I got what I perceived to be my appropriate size and when I chucked it on, it was very uncomfortable, to say the least.

Now, we all see clothing online with their measurements listed so we can base these measurements on our actual clothes. We have the bust, the waist and the hips measured. Sometimes shoulder to shoulder, armpit to armpit, and sometimes length and sleeve length. But with a play suit, they should actually measure from shoulder/collar to crotch.

Because you don't want to have a wedgie or... the front wedgie. Because that's not nice.

So unless I find a onesie online with shoulder/collar to crotch measurements, I'm not going to even consider buying one from a website. It's like you wouldn't really buy second hand trousers online, because it's just too risky. Play suits and trousers need to be tried on before buying.

It's just the rules, OK?


  1. I like the look of onesies, I just find them to be horribly impractical. It makes the whole peeing situation very awkward. They should have a zip in the crotch area!

  2. you don't want to wait till you're bursting to go when you're wearing a onesie, that's fo sho.