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Babbs in the Woods: On Buty Pants in the Woods

So, I was at the “Walmarts” in the Grove in the Ozarks of Missouri, shopping for diapers for Pippi Jean (granddaughter extraordinaire) and I happened to notice an end rack in the women’s lingerie-and-other-things department selling the ever-popular Buty Pant.

It’s a pair of women’s panties featuring extra padding in the rear. Of course, I had to go home and read the comments on Walmart’s website. Only 4 out of 7 reviewers liked their Buty Pants, by the way.


buty pantHere are some pro comments:

From a professional – “I love this product. Buty Panty gives just enough to look very natural. I have purchased 3 and plan to purchase more. The fabric and design are high quality. I wear them almost every day with my professional dress clothes and with jeans.”

From someone who shouldn’t reveal her age – “I am a 50 yr old women with small flat glutes. These panties give the right amount of lift and add a fuller look to fill my jeans out very nicely . They are a one piece construction but are not overly stiff Nor do they have that “Gell pad insert look” you know where you see 2 round bumps that seem to lay awkerwardly. These panties when warn make your bottom look naturly fuller with out giving your secret away, with a excelent price to go with them!” She complains that these panties can only be found in black at her Walmart.

And some cons:

From Miss Flat Bottom: “PLEASE DONT WASTE YOUR MONEY ON THIS PRODUCT. THE PADDING IS VERY THIN. I TRIED ON A PAIR OF JEANS WITH THE PADDED PANTY AND WITHOUT. IF YOUR AS FLAT AS A PANCAKE, THEN IT WILL GIVE A VERY SMALL HUMP IN THE BACK.”

From Muffin Top Mama: “One thing I don’t like is that they are cut like hip huggers. They need to fit snugly in order to provide the right shape, but the snug fit means the low waistband accentuates my big muffin top, which I would prefer to conceal!”

Actually, I’m tempted to buy a pair for turkey season next spring. After all, the brain can only absorb what the rear-end can endure, said a wise man.

I’ll get “back” to you.

The Buty Pant comes in black and nude colors. Cost is $10.94 per pair.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • About Barbara Baird

    Publisher/Editor Barbara Baird is a freelance writer in hunting, shooting and outdoor markets. Her bylines are found at several top hunting and shooting publications. She also is a travel writer, and you can follow her at https://www.ozarkian.com.

     

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4 Comments
  • Michelle Cerino says: November 21, 2012 at 2:41 pm

    This is too funny. Now I am trying to think of other reasons to use them. How about the sports moms that have to sit in bleachers? A nice extra cushion in a tree stand? I might have to purchase my own to try.

  • Bill Bowers says: November 20, 2012 at 3:41 pm

    I don’t know how to respond to that (the whole Buty Pant thing). But I do know how to respond to this Babbs in the Woods post, which is to say it’s witty, smart, and fun to read.