- Jul 12, 2006
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Are there any jeans out there that accentuate bowlegs? Seems that there are some women out there that fall for this.
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Is this a surgery you're planning on getting? I guess cowboy cut Wranglers would be the most appropriate, right?Originally Posted by j
Are there any jeans out there that accentuate bowlegs? Seems that there are some women out there that fall for this.Originally Posted by JoMak_NYC
You could have just done it the old fashion way as a kid and not intake Vit. D, thus causing rickets and natural bowlegs.Originally Posted by whodini
I just keep thinking of the Simpson's episode where in this one scene Grandpa complains about having rickets.Originally Posted by whodini
I don't wear jeans, so I can't help you, but I can tell you that I've known women who DO find bowed legs, to be attractive on men. They tell me that a bowed leg, makes a man's backside, look sexy. Derek Jeter, has bowed legs. Not TOO bowed, but they are slanted, some. Jackie Onassis had bowed legs, too. Maybe that's what Ari liked, about her . . .Originally Posted by Ivan Kipling