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ANSWERS: 62
  • well, depends on the day, cold day - sweats any other day i need to look good, Jeans or dress pants but you didn't ask about them.
  • Jeans, as they're comfortable and tractsuit pants are too slouchy for me. And I have most in my wardrobe so its what im used to.
  • Always sweats
  • Jeans, I don't like to wear sweat pants.
  • Sweat pants if I'm hanging around the house and it's cold. Jeans in public ALWAYS.
  • Sweats if I'm home....Jeans if I'm going out.
  • I rarely wear sweats so, jeans.
  • I don't own a pair of jeans because I think I look better in slacks.
  • Jeans. Sweat pants in public here are considered disrespectful.
  • Jeans, I don't even own a pair of sweats.
  • Sweat pants only around the house, jeans when I go out.
  • neither - i love to wear skirts, i feel much more comfortable, feminine and like to have some air circulation?
  • If I had to choose, it would be jeans, but I prefer to wear khakis to jeans.
  • I like sweat pants if I'm just chilling out at home, but I'd never wear them in public. If I can go casual, I'm a jeans kind of girl.
  • sweat pants hands down but iy really does depend on the situation though
  • Sweats around the house, but jeans if I'm out.
  • I would wear sweat pants ALL the time, but I can't. I have to wear jeans or something "rugged" on the job. I have to crawl around on and under machinery often....
  • Sweats in the house, and jeans when I'm going somewhere. Unless I'm running, or going to the store real quick.
  • i perfer my man in nice pair of jeans when we go out......bu around the house i rather have him in basketball shorts :)
  • I PREFER sweats for comfort, but jeans for looks. That being said gove me my sweats unless I'm going out somewhere semi special.
  • jeans, i'm not a fan of sweats.
  • Jeans.
  • I am much more comfortable in sweats or scrubs.
  • In the house Sweat pants . Outside jeans.
  • Jeans. I hate sweatpants, they are too soft for me.
  • Jeans simply cause they make my bum look good :D
  • if i am going to sleep then sweats, otherwise i am wearing jeans.
  • Sweats are sooooooo comfy, but look so scruffy. I wear sweats around the house when working but jeans when out .
  • Sweat pants to be honest mmore comfortable chill kit as i call it hee hee
  • I'm a jeans girl. Specifically, Levi's. They fit me the best and my butt looks good in them :)
  • Here lately I have preferred jeans over sweat pants and it used to be the opposite.
  • Sweats, by far.
  • Sweats.
  • Jeans..I have sweat pants that I lounge around in at home if I'm kinda "under" the weather..they're like "jammies" to me! :)
  • Jeans for sure. And I do wear jeans every day.
  • Well, I wear jeans more than I wear sweat pants.
  • I don't like and never wear either. I love and always wear dresses and skirts.
  • Sweat pants if I'm doing housework or just lazing around. Jeans the rest of the time. The sweat pants are NEVER worn in public. :)
  • Yoga pants when I'm at home, jeans otherwise. Never wear sweat pants.
  • Depends more on the weather and maybe even shorts or a skirt/sarong.
  • Jeans. I do wear them all day, all school year.
  • jeans, im always in jeans
  • I dont have any actual sweatpants but I have wind pants that I wear kinda often actually but jeans if im working.
  • Love my jeans.
  • Jeans 100% love them,
  • Jeans. I haven't worn sweat pants in years.
  • sweat pants
  • I'm thinking sweat pants are like trackies, which I wouldn't wear. So jeans.
  • I wear windpants a lot more then jeans.
  • depends on what im doing I guess, I wouldnt wear sweatpants out of the house but I will wear wind pants which I probably do almost as much as I wear jeans.
    • Jenny_Rizzo
      Quote: "I wouldnt wear sweatpants out of the house" Lol, I can see why.
    • Venus1485
      Jenny is compelled to insult people. She is a savage who belongs to a nutty cult.
    • Jenny_Rizzo
      Venus1485, again, no proof to support your claims, so go whine somewhere else.
  • I wear sweat pants at the gym, but I never have worn jeans. I am from Japan.
    • Jenny_Rizzo
      Typical sweat pants to lounge around in. How dull and boring can you be. lol
    • Venus1485
      Jenny's life is dull and boring, so she trolls here every day and hates people who don't agree with her silly beliefs.
    • Jenny_Rizzo
      Venus1485, leaving comments is not trolling. A comment is just a written remark expressing an opinion or reaction.
    • Venus1485
      Yours are insulting lies. You should be kicked off any civilized website.
    • Jenny_Rizzo
      It can't be a lie when other ABer's are aware of your sock-puppet accounts.
  • I prefer compression tights. They keep my muscles warm to prevent muscle strain, and they wick away sweat during my physical activities.
    • Ice man
      I'm not disagreeing with your comment to the "fake" Reisan, but is that what you were wearing in your "hunting" photo ? Sorry, I should have made the comment there. I'll see if I can find it again ....
    • Linda Joy
      Can you pm me that photo?
    • Jenny_Rizzo
      Ice man, quote: "I'm not disagreeing with your comment to the "fake" Reisan," We can all agree that ReiSan is a fakester.
    • Venus1485
      How can Jenny have any physical activity when she and her other accounts sit at the computer trolling all day? She has insane hatred and rage toward anyone who disagrees with her silly beliefs.
    • Jenny_Rizzo
      Venus1485, quote: "How can Jenny have any physical activity when she and her other accounts sit at thee computer trolling all day?" ??? You couldn't have answered your question any better. You claim I am Linda Joy, but where is this third account of me you speak of? Am I Ice man, too? Again, your three computers expose you. LOL
    • Venus1485
      What are you raving about? See a psychiatrist!
    • Jenny_Rizzo
      Venus1485, what are you raving about? You must see a psychiatrist, now that you are in my comments with your fake personality of using sock-puppet accounts.
    • Linda Joy
      Notice how they all disappeared at the same time?
    • Jenny Rizzo is brilliant ⭐
      Linda Joy, some moment they had. lol
  • @ Zack - Hey old buddy, not sure how I missed your question way back then, but my answer is still the same ... If I'm lounging around the house, I'll either wear shorts in the hot weather or sweats when it cools off. But I wouldn't go to work, or be caught dead in town without my jeans at anytime of the year ! : )
    • Linda Joy
      except when you got locked out of your hotel room in nothing but a towel?
  • Jeans. I don't ever wear sweat pants.
  • Neither. Both are way too hot for the climate here! My preferences: dress, skirt, shorts.
  • either one is okay with me
  • I never wear jeans, and I only wear sweat pants in winter for exercise. I wear neither all day.
    • Jenny_Rizzo
      An overweight female and sweat pants are a good combination. lol
    • Venus1485
      I'm 5'-5", 106 lbs. with 34"/22"/34" figure. I'm trim and fit. Jenny's hateful mouth is overweight.
    • Jenny_Rizzo
      You have nothing to show for in your AB avatar.
    • Linda Joy
      lol @ "Jenny's hateful mouth is overweight."
    • Jenny Rizzo is brilliant ⭐
      I can't help but to laugh at Venus1485. lol
  • i could wear either one
  • Sweat pants are certainly more comfortable but I wear jeans most days for work or carharrt pants. I don't really like the look of sweatpants outside the house so I wear "track" pants on the weekends either the polyester type or the nylon swishy ones
  • neither
  • I hate jeans. I do have ten pairs of sweatpants, however. Now I wear white sweatpants
    • Jenny Rizzo is brilliant ⭐
      I mostly wear Dolce & Gabbana skinny jeans, along with True Religion. Sweatpants are usually worn by old ladies at the gym. Form-fitting sport tights do not get in the way during physical activities, since they fit like a second skin. Of course, a thong is highly recommended to hide VPL's.
    • Pei Chia-Li
      Jeans were once manual laborers clothing and cheaper than other fabrics used in trousers. Some tyrannical fashion designers proclaimed that they were no longer just sloppy casual manual laborers' pants and charged as much as better quality pants. Author Donald Hamilton said if denim is tres chic, tarpaulin and burlap should also be. My parents made me wear jeans in elementary school, but I switched to wool pants in junior high school, and I have never worn jeans since.
    • Jenny Rizzo is brilliant ⭐
      Quote: "Jeans were once manual laborers" That all depends on the brand. Not all jean brands interest me, far less baggy jeans which are a big no-no among women who have a good physique.
    • Pei Chia-Li
      I made an illustrated world history of clothing, so I see some periods are dressy, others are casual, etc. In the Victorian and Edwardian eras, people were dressy, and both ladies and men wore hats when they went outside. Jeans were not acceptable except when doing manual labor, e.g. Cowboys and farmers wore them. All brands were for laborers only. Denim is much cheaper than wool as a material for trousers. The designers boosted the price of jeans to equal more expensive materials. That was a scam to invrease their profits. Some men even wear jeans with sports jacket and ties. A recent fad is faded and ripped jeans. That makes people look like hobos. I recall some months ago, Chinese American actress Kelly Hu showed herself wearing ripped jeans. We joked about that.
    • Jenny Rizzo is brilliant ⭐
      Quote: "In the Victorian and Edwardian eras, people were dressy," I don't disagree that the Edwardian period was known for elegance and luxury among the rich and powerful. Although that was then, this is now. Nobody ever criticized Taylor Swift, Katy Perry, Jennifer Lopez and many other female celebrities who are among the rich and famous for wearing top designer jeans. Quote: "The designers boosted the price of jeans to equal more expensive materials. That was a scam to invrease their profits." Not exactly. This is why you don't see Christian Louboutin shoes at a cheap price. All shoes have the same purpose, but not all are assembled with craftsmanship, and neither does Made in China cheap wool and denim compare to the top designer brands. Quote: "Chinese American actress Kelly Hu showed herself wearing ripped jeans." I don't agree with ripped jeans, so your perspective does not speak for mine.
    • Pei Chia-Li
      I criticize anyone who wears terrible clothing. Celebrities are often dumb and offensive. Denim is a cheap fabric. It is outrageous to pay $450 for jeans. Yes, it is exactly a scam. Kelly Hu also posted a nude photo on Twitter. She only wore torn jeans once. Why is Taylor Swift famous? I do not trust her judgement. Katy Perry has made dumb, offensive remarks. It is not smart to offend millions of people and have them boycott your music. Appeal to Authority and Appeal to popularity are Logical Fallacies. I do not give a damn what Taylor, Katy, etc. do. I judge the actions not who does it. Celebrities are often fools.
    • Jenny Rizzo is brilliant ⭐
      Pei, denim is not a cheap fabric. It differs in quality. I've seen Made in China jeans. Their denim fabric is synthetic. Denim that lasts the longest is found in Levi's and Wranglers. It is why many wealthy cowboys and cowgirls wear those brands at the rodeo, despite that Western fashion is not my style. Quote: "Celebrities are often dumb and offensive. " Heck, I yarn when I hear of the Kardashians fashion style who push their fashion ideas like no other celebrities have done before. What celebrities do naked is irrelevant to their fashion wardrobe. I mentioned 3 of my favorite celebrities, because they look great in skinny jeans. Of course, one must have to be tall and lean to wear skinny jeans. If you are short and out of shape, which I'm thinking you are, I may suggest you stick with wearing sweat pants.
    • Pei Chia-Li
      Yes, denim is a cheap fabric. The fashion designer-con artists have deceived you. I lived in Houston six years, and I never wore jeans or cowboy boots. My feet are so wide, and my calves are so huge at 23" in girth that I need custom boots and shoes. I have some western shirts and cowboy hats. I have competed in weightlifting, powerlifting, bodybuilding, martial arts and boxing. You lie about me again. I run 7 miles 3 times a week. I practice martial arts moves and supportive exercises 5-8 AM daily. I exercise with barbells. You habitually make false accusations about me. I think you have poor taste in celebrities you like. I dated several Japanese actresses and models. I have some celebrity friends on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. I think Risa Koda and Natsuki Ozawa of Japan are two of the sexiest women alive. Tsen Hsu-Yi of China beats them, but she is older. I mentioned Kelly Hu. She is age 52 but looks half her age. Some sexy USA girls are Kelly Hu, Emily Ratajkowski, Hillary Fisher, Bree Lind, Chloe Morgan, Tori Black, Amy Weber and Brittany Hoke. In England, Kate Beckinsale is my favorite, but Diana Rigg, Hannah Harper, Elizabeth Hurley, Rhona Mitra and Lena Headey are attractive.
    • Jenny Rizzo is brilliant ⭐
      Quote: "Yes, denim is a cheap fabric. The fashion designer-con artists have deceived you." Not precisely, denim differs in quality. Strong and durable denim is the best seller among celebrities, cowboys and cowgirls. A good pair of jeans is made by designer brands, as well as some less expensive labels. While designer denim brands are more likely to use higher quality materials in general. Quote: "You lie about me again." It is no lie to state how short and out of shape people feel about jeans. If you do a research, JNCO Jeans cater to bodybuilders as you mentioned. Other than bodybuilders, I have never HEARD any of the wealthiest celebrities dislike jeans. BTW, Kate Beckinsale who is also one of my favorite celebrities is known for wearing jeans. Apparently, you are lying about your physical health to deny the use of jeans.
    • Pei Chia-Li
      How dare you defame me. Your reasoning is terrible. So I am small and out of shape if I do not like jeans. That is false and a non sequitor. You evidently have a habit of defaming anyone who does not agree with your dubious beleifs. I am in better shape than anyone you know. Appeal to Popularity is a logical fallacy. Celebrities say and do many dumb things. The best grades of denim are still cheap manual laborers' clothing. Author Donald Hamilton said that if denim is tres chic, burlap and tarpaulin should also be. I have never see Kate Beckinsale wear jeans. I own some of her movies. My favorite Russian celebrities are Irina Shaykhilslamova and Natasha Alexandrovna. My favorite Ukrainians are Olga Savinskaya, Olgs Kurylenko, Mila Kunis and Dasha Astafieva. As for Argentina, I like Yamila Diaz-Rahi and the Xipolitakis sisters, Victoria and Estephania.
    • Jenny Rizzo is brilliant ⭐
      More complaints? All you have been doing is describing your accomplishments with nothing to show for. You can call yourself a Superhero or the Mighty Chia Pet by: "weightlifting, powerlifting, bodybuilding, martial arts and boxing" as you mentioned. I'm sure you know that seeing is believing. You have judged celebrities to make it seem as if your remarks are legitimately true. You didn't hear me say how dare you speak badly of Taylor Swift and Katy Perry. But it's your opinion to say whatever you want. Quote: "You evidently have a habit of defaming anyone who does not agree with your dubious beleifs." Dubious? It's not uncertain to see the wealthiest celebrities wearing jeans. Quote: "The best grades of denim are still cheap manual laborers' clothing." Cheap manual laborers cannot afford to buy the finest in denim. From Dolce & Gabanna which are imported jeans to American brands in True Religion and Tommy Hilfiger: nothing expensive was ever made cheap by the world's most famous fashion designers who have worked hard in the fashion industry.
    • Jenny Rizzo is brilliant ⭐
      Quote: "I have never see Kate Beckinsale wear jeans." Think again: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/395050198534629806/ With your hateful remarks, you don't know much about celebrities, other than what suits your needs. Again, stick with sweatpants. ANYONE ELSE reading, this deserves a *Facepalm.*
    • Pei Chia-Li
      Celebrities are usually dumb and egotistical. Anyone who copies them is in trouble. I often watch Jeopardy on TV, and it has a Celebrity Week. The celebrities always score lower than the usual non-celebrity contestants. Appeal to Authority is a Logical Fallacy. You ahve told insulting lies about me, and make a fool of yourself with such claims as I must be small and out of shape because I do not like jeans. That is the worst reasoning I recall. Dolce & Gabanna con people. Their outrageously expensive jeans are little to no better than WalMart jeans. Fashion designers are con artists. As Donald Hamilton said, if denim is tres chic, burlap and canvas should also be. You have Stockholm Syndrome. I have never see Kate Beckinsale wearing jeans. I own several of her movies, and I follow her on Instagram and Twitter. I obviously know much more about celebrities than you do. I have dated five actress-models. I do not need anything from celebrities I have never met. You make such absurd assertions about me. You are a petty tyrant who cannot bear for anyone not to share your groundless beliefs. Give yoiurself a facepalm.
    • Jenny Rizzo is brilliant ⭐
      Quote: "Celebrities are usually dumb and egotistical." It takes a brain and talent to become a celebrity. It seems now like you are jealous of celebrities. "Usually" people like yourself who have nothing to show are the jealous type who NEVER had it their way. Quote: "Appeal to Authority is a Logical Fallacy." Appeal to the Edwardian era is lame, because you should have known it was in with the new and out with old in this modern world of fashion.
    • Jenny Rizzo is brilliant ⭐
      There are no insulting lies I have told, since you don't have to be tall or in good shape to get into the Edwardian or Victorian type of fashion, now that baggy fashion will go along with short and out of shape people. Quote: "I have never see Kate Beckinsale wearing jeans." Rather than following her on Twitter and on Instagram, try following an optical page on those social websites so you can see Kate Beckinsale wearing jeans in the link I added. How could you not see that? Again, I can see why short and out of shape people, especially if they are in need of glasses will choose a baggy style, not to further mention sweat pants. lol *Double Facepalm*

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