A phrase from my childhood found its way into my thoughts today. I was thinking about "mom" jeans and how they are being blacklisted by fashionistas in favor of the new slender ones.
If you are a mom, aren't all of your jeans "mom" jeans?
The childhood phrase came into play on playgrounds when we caught a glimpse of someone's underwear while she was jumping rope in the required skirt. The person being teased only had to say "So? They are clean and paid for" to stop the teasing in its tracks.
I feel the same way about the negative energy focused on other people's jeans: They are clean and paid for. Nothing wrong with that.