Returning a pair of maternity jeans

When my wife was pregnant with our daughter, I had to go return a pair pants at (for legal reasons I'll just say it's a store with big red bullseye on it. . .it's Target) They weren't just any normal pair of pants though. These were maternity jeans. A pair that my wife had intended returning about 29 before that. When I got to the counter, I was greeted by the typical goofy haired, casual (almost pajamas) dressed customer service lady. I handed the pants to her (unfolded) and gave her the receipt.

"Anything wrong with them?" she asked.

Is it just me or don't you think if something was wrong with a pair pants wouldn't it be visibly noticeable? Like a missing a leg? Or a big gaping hole somewhere other than the waist or the part where your feet come out?

I just said, "No. They're fine. It just turns out that I'm not pregnant after all. In fact, I can't get pregnant at all in the first place. So I guess I shouldn't have jumped the gun when I bought these. These just looked so comfortable."

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