Friday, October the 28th, 2005

Before you wear your seriously low-riding butt-hugging pair of jeans that don’t leave much of your lower back or the top of your crack or thong to my imagination, take a gander at your own behind and ask yourself, “Am I fit and attractive[1]? Is this something I’d like to see?”

Because, if it’s a yes, by all means, go ahead (you ought to be chided if you don’t).

If not, just don’t. Wear your loose fitting large sweatshirt and baggy pants, saving the rest of us from some pukeworthy scenery[2].

This has been a friendly public service announcement from your neighbourhood community watch.

[1] In quantitative terms, like, “Is my hip to waist ratio smaller than the tiny requisite?”.
[2] Think overhanging flab to the sides of excruciatingly tight fitting pants.

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4 Responses to “Public service announcement”

  1. anita says:

    hey, some of us don’t want to see any crack even if the person is fit and attractive.

    and if in doubt, letting a thong show is better letting an inch of crack show. (i really, really, really wanted to say this to some girl sitting in front of me last week…i did not need to see that much of her.)

  2. wahgnube says:

    Yeah, I totally agree.

    On a related note however, I saw the cutest thing today. I must commend the genius of the designer. I saw this (extremely cute) person where these seemingly normal pants at a reasonably normal waist level, but it had a little notch at the center of the back which showed off her little lower waist tattoo.

    Which was awesome, as in she gets to show off, control how much, and wear her pants at a normal height.

  3. J says:

    Ooooooh. I need to find the first designer and get a tattoo done.

  4. wahgnube says:

    And I’m sure it’ll look exceptionally darling, after the pain subsides.

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