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    First Pants size drop. . .

    I've been a 50 inch waist for like 7 years. They are baggggy on me now. I pulled some old 48 jeans from the closet and they fit fine now. . . Woo hoo!

    http://tickers.TickerFactory.com/ezt...OyA/weight.png



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    Feels good, don't it? Nice job.

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    I started my bike riding with 38 pants and now I still wear the 38's. I guess im using bike riding as a excuss to eat out alot.

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    Very cool!!! I've dropped 40 and my wife keeps asking me when I'm going to go out and buy some new pants! I tell not for a while yet.... I HATE spending money on clothes! LOL!
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    There's nothing more motivating (well, almost) like a drop in clothing size! Kudos!
    Please consider supporting my ride with the Louisiana MS Bike Tour on Oct 2nd!

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    Congratulations! My old shorts feel too big now too, but it could just be that they're sliding down my new spandex undershorts.
    Last edited by irclean; 08-14-10 at 10:04 PM.
    Gettin' my Fred on.

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    Great stuff! Congrats!!


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    That's fantastic. I was squeezing myself into 48s for a couple of years before I started WW in April. Now I'm a little loose in my 42s. The next pants purchase will be 40. Since my current job doesn't require nice dress (I work for a home builder), I've been getting the $13 jeans at Costco. They're cheap enough it doesn't bother me that they'll soon be going into the Goodwill/Amvets pile.

    Feels great, doesn't it?
    Craig in Indy

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    Congratulatons!

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    Congrats! Reading the thread title, all I could think of was this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tMwhl4IrPNc

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