5 Stages of Grief: When Your Pantyhose Get a Run
Have you ever had a small run in your pantyhose that you kinda just brush off like it's no big deal? Maybe you ignore it and pretend it doesn't' exist?
I mean, it’s just a small one right? You’ll be fine.
Soon that run turns into a bit of a bigger run … and soon enough that “not so noticeable” run has turned into a major issue everyone can clearly see.
At first your face may look a little like this:
And then maybe like this:
Most of the time, pantyhose issues happen at the most inconvenient times. There is never a Walgreens near by, so you start offering money, food, and maybe even your left shoe to anyone who might have an extra pair in their purse.
Eventually you give up.
Once you've asked every person in sight for an extra pair of pantyhose, it is time to start crying. Whining. And, well, walking carefully so they don’t rip any more.
Whether you are a discreet crier:
Or, an ugly crier:
Acceptance comes after there is nothing left to do. You learn to not care and act like you don't notice you are walking around looking like you have a halloween party at 7 p.m., and a contest at 8 p.m..
And, eventually you learn, you are not alone, and there are at least five other girls walking around at the same FFA event who know your struggle.