My 12 year old daughter had a favorite pair of sweat pants, black with a pink stripe down the side. The washer ate them. Literally, chewed them up. We are getting a new washer, but I digress. I know she will be really upset. So I went to the same store and bought a pair that I though were identical. But no, the pink stripe on the new pair is pale pink, where the stripe on the origional pair is hot pink. This was the last pair of this style of pants they had on clearance and just happened to be the right size. Do I A. Put the new pair in her drawer and hope she doesn't notice, and if she does tell her it must have faded? or B. Tell her the truth and see if she will take the new pair anyway. Please know how much I hate shopping with this young lady. I would rather have my fingernails pulled out one by one than take her out to try to find another one. Please help!
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