See, I got my nose pierced three years ago, and have worn that very basic, sturdy stud since then. Until last week, that is, when Em (who I need a better name for) got a good deal on a twofer plastic nose stud set. So she gave me one and I have been wearing it, though I guess it's not as secure as my first one was.
Um, right. So now that you have THAT fascinating backstory, I get to my thought for the day:
Question: What was the VERY FIRST place I looked when I realized something had fallen off of my face?
Answer: That's right. Between my boobs.
After realizing the stud was not in, on, or around my nose, without a moment's hesitation, I looked down, pulled my v-neck away from my bra and scanned the area. Nothing.
Instinctively, I then shoved my hand DOWN my bra, probing and prodding, in case the nose stud had fallen into the depths of my endless cleavage and I hadn't noticed.
[I would liken this move to someone who is alone and thinks maybe they've gotten some food stuck in their back molars and just needs to poke around their mouth a little with their whole hand to get it loose. You know?]
Anyway, I suddenly realized what I was doing (good thing I am alone) and stopped myself, hand in bra, fingers roaming around somewhere under my left funbag and wondered,
Hey, women with normal-sized breasts? Is your bra the first place YOU look for items missing from your face?
I don't know how often things fall from your face really, but nevertheless -- your answer is probably no, huh? Like, probably you look someplace like...oh, I dunno...your lap? Yeah?
*And to answer your question, no. I have not located the nose stud yet. But I have been known to take off my bra at home after a night at the movies and have popcorn fall out, so who knows.