Thought I'd start a thread with the "twist" angle. Ha ha! Seriously though this is a slightly embarrassing problem which I'd appreciate some advice on. A few days ago I bought a pair of pants in a well known high street chain (not sure if you're allowed to mention the name in case it comes under advertising but its initials are TM). I tried them on quickly in the changing room during my lunch hour and they seemed ok if a little tight around a personal area. I hadn't worm them but was about to yesterday when I noticed they seemed even tighter. At first I thought I had put on some weight since buying them but it dawned on me that no one really puts on weight around the area these are tight. I could of course bring them back and ask for a bigger size but the thing is that the salesman who served me is one of these body building types who looks as if he works out constantly. He's always in the shop and I always seem to get served by him. Now I don't know about you, but you might know of the idea that the bigger the man the smaller his articles are. I know it's a cliche but don't cliches become that when there is a grain of truth in them? A mate said that he probably works out in order to compensate. I know it sounds nasty but it could be true. What would you do - bring them back and brave the embarrassment or keep the pants and only wear them occasionally? They were not cheap. I'm probably stupid to feel embarrassed but hey, I can't help it. Another question - would you even feel embarrassed at all? Your thought please? Thanks.