What kind of slimmer do you wear under your dress when you are attending a summer wedding? Mother Blogger has discovered that the answer to looking svelte without svweating is the Wacoal Try A Little Slenderness ($58).
We have always known the dangers of text messaging while at the wheel, but Mother Blogger didn't know the dangers of text messaging while shopping.
Mother Blogger, the concerned mama that she is, texted a few terse texts to her daughter, The Working Girl, yesterday. But The Working Girl never responded to the text messages. So Mother Blogger forgot about her lecture via text and continued shopping for what Charla Krupp swears is something she couldn't live without -- the Wacoal Try A Little Slenderness.
While in the fitting room trying on the slimming apparatus, Mother Blogger received a voicemail:
" Hi, lady. I don't know who you are or what's going on with you and your daughter, but I didn't do it!"
Her first reaction to the voicemail was a lump in her throat that she first diagnosed as fear, but it turned out to be the wrong size of the Wacoal Try A Little Slenderness pushing her loose abs up to her throat.
When Mother Blogger realized she had lectured a stranger on a very personal subject, she laughed hysterically while texting 911 requesting the use of the Jaws of Life to extricate her body from the Wacoal body shaper.
After easily slipping into a size larger, Mother Blogger loved how the Wacoal Try A Little Slenderness whittled her middle to a pre-menopausal shape. Most importantly, the material was so light and breathable, she didn't even break a svweat.
As far as texting goes, all future lectures will be via telephone or in person!
You can purchase Wacoal body slimmers from Macy's or online.
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Source: September issue of Woman's Day, page 44