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« on: April 20, 2006 06:39:16 PM »

so i just bought a new bathing suit, and it fits fine.. except the bottoms. the elastic going around the waist parts is fairly loose, and that definitely is something i don't want worrying me while i'm swimming in a pool with a bunch of teenage guys. it's one of those that ties on the sides, and i've already tied them so tight that i'm almost afraid the strings will pull off, but i was wondering if maybe using elastic thread would tighten up the elastic on top?

does anyone have any other suggestions?
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