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Oh my goodness how lucky for petite you! I feel so petitely bad that they only have petite sizes on the petiternet. Also Alyssa, are your jeans petite? Because if not I do not want to hear it.
OMG, the Gap is like so 15 years ago.
alright now this chick is lucky to have that happen. this status dont belong on the site
the petiternet?!!!!! SIYP funny!
I think when she says “stopped in the Gap” it means she had to go to the store to find a non-petite size. Just sayin’.
This actually is quite a big accomplishment. I’m petite too, and finding things in my size is impossible. Finding clothes that don’t need to be brought in or hemmed is a cause for great celebration.
ps, it isn’t our fault they didn’t just decide to name the size “short”!
Let’s face it, ‘petite’ conveys a sense of not just being short, but being tiny. I’m short, but have short arms and legs, and frankly, ‘petite’ doesn’t describe the sort of size I need. But, then again, ‘short and dumpy’ would probably not be a real big draw as a description of a size range, hm..? Lemme see… Got it! It could be the ‘Linux range’, for those, who are, essentially, built like penguins.
I don’t find this annoying. There’s nothing wrong with being petite. In sizes it just means “short,” anyhow, as previously stated. She was celebrating good luck, not bragging about being small.
I dunno, I think the poster of the site might need to get a life. Sometimes they’re funny and annoying, but a lot of the time they’re perfectly normal statuses being mocked for no real reason.
omg so funny! petiternet bahaha
YSIA, I do think you misunderstood this. The way I read it, she could NOT get her size online because online they ONLY carry petite sizes. She could NOT buy the coat online because she is NOT petite.
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