A friend of mine -- I can't remember who -- introduced me to (or possibly coined) the phrase "TTDTs", or "Thighs That Don't Touch". Since the weather's been getting warmer, puffy coats have been peeled off to reveal many a New York woman who suffers from TTDT. They tend to travel in packs.
Now, I know that some of these women are tragically bow-legged, and I mean no disrespect, but I can't help but stare at these strange creatures with concave thighs. What must it be like to never know the sweet pain of chafing on a hot summer day? Is TTDT genetic? Why is New York such a hotbed of infection? Is this like bedbugs?