This month, in bookclub, we read The Necklace by Cheryl Jarvis. It is the story of a group of women who share a luxury diamond necklace. They each paid about $1500 and get to wear the necklace for one month in the year.
This prompted discussions about what we would not share (my list...my bloke, my babysitter and my toothbrush). Then when I asked who would share their jeans, I got a resounding "no way" from everybody. I was genuinely surprised. I have been meeting with this group of women for about 10 years and some of them I would consider close friends. When I badgered a few of them about it, they replied, well, my jeans wouldn't fit you anyway, my jeans wouldn't look good on you, you wouldn't get a hot date wearing my jeans.
Personally, sharing my jeans wouldn't bother me in the least. Either my store bought ones or my homemade ones. How about you?