I love it when newspapers come up with these ridiculous research offerings, you’re a closet psychopath if you stir your tea clockwise, bossy if you wear boots and suicidal depressive if you rest your chin on your hand – or other equally stupid guff.
So I ask the researcher of the piece this, I began life as a ’round the back’, which then turned into ‘in front swizzle it round’, the freeing ‘didn’t bother, camisoles were in’ [it was the 80/90’s], before moving to ‘front fastener’ and am now a ‘it has no clasp its a one piece’.
Some of the reasons for change were financial, front fasteners were always more expensive so I could not afford them unless I was working full-time. Other changes were because of physical deterioration, it is damn awkward, fiddly and aggravating to try and hook the right hook in the right eye without twists when your arms and ready to dislocate from the shoulder and you’re running out of breath.
So, does this mean I am a supportive-influencer-freespirited-driver whose gone lazy?
Either way the puppies are nice and snug in their over-the-shoulder-bolder-holder, and comfy will always win the day