Monday, December 07, 2009

Pants

One of my pet peeves are the boys that wear pants that are falling off. The ones that are barely hagging showing all of their underclothes. I have a few years to worry about this and hope the "fashion" statement goes out before I do but I have a plan just in case.

I buy my sons clothes and unless he wants to buy his own I will not buy pants like that and I will make sure he always has underoos - No one would want to show off their spidey undees right?

The other idea is so sew his undershorts to his pants so they dont slide.

20 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

ha ha ha!! Sooo true.

6:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

ha ha ha!! Sooo true.

6:47 PM  
Blogger AutumnLuis said...

=] everytime i see the guys with their pants EXTREMELY low i want to run up behind them and de-pants them and then hand them a belt....havent gotten the nerve yet to do it though. one day ill do it....one day

5:30 PM  
Blogger FamilyBergloff said...

I ran into that with my oldest when Will Smith was so hip... wide leg pants...the boxer thing became popular. We outlawed mimicing the "gang chain" dress code and limited the width of his pants. Remember those very wide and drag on the ground pants. Now with our other sons it's this extreme thigh riders.
Good grief. I DO/HAVE said something like this, "do you know your underwear is showing?" AND what about those girls...eeeww!!! thongs and cracks showing on them low riders!!!

3:57 PM  
Blogger Tina said...

Agreed.

You know what's even worse? Boys wearing girls skinny jeans. They hang down their bums AND are skin tight. It's horrible.

10:40 AM  
Blogger Abigail said...

haha,I'm always tempted to just rup their pants down to their ankles! Seems like thats where they want them right?
Just teach your son that a guy in good, (well_fitting) jeans gets all the cute girls. haha

3:13 PM  
Blogger Mandy and Bee said...

omg! that just made my day! i truly wish boys knew that wearing pants that low is really a turn off
-bee

4:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hahahaha! im sixteen and its funny cuz thats true. i dont mind not showing my boxers. its funny tho cuz u can tell the kids that purposly pull there pants down to show off there boxers. there the coolest kids in school:) ...sarcasm...

1:38 PM  
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6:44 PM  
Blogger Storm said...

Otherwise known as the Dagenham cleavage. First sported by builders and assorted tradesmen, the style is only complete these days if the trousers reveal a well known brand of underpants such as Calvin / Joe Bloggs etc. The thing is, no matter how flash the undergarments, being boys, they don't change them for about a month...

6:46 AM  
Anonymous David said...

Oh those aren't in style, anymore. You don't even want to contemplate what's in style now.

3:56 PM  
Blogger ConsciousComplexity said...

There is a natural amount of self-expression that comes with the development of youth, often amplified when the adolescent phase is hit. It's up to parents to decide what is too much. A lot of children never get this attention.

I actually remember seeing some jeans when I was younger that literally had the top of what looked like underwear sewn on. Reading the end of your post reminded me of that.

8:00 PM  
Blogger momma to trey, teacher to many said...

As a middle school teacher, I see underpants all day. I hollar to kids all the time "dude, you need to make sure you know how to wipe your butt before you wair your pants like that." I try to embaress them, but is seldom works. They are required to wair a belt, and tuck in their shirts, but again they manage to pull their underpants out. It is so gross, and I keep thinking "Teachers have affairs with this!? EWW!!!!"

12:29 PM  
Anonymous holidays in orlando florida said...

I also hate such guys who wears too low pants. I think it's disgusting because there are many ladies around them and some time the situation are like very embracing for dissent people like us and I feel that Please God give this shameless boys some shame and manners.

9:59 PM  
Blogger Johnny said...

Hey folks. I would like to offer some unsolicited advice. Don’t declare your occupation unless you are up to its standards and always try to preview your posts in a program such as Word. Oh, and a quick last read looking for grammatical errors within the context of the vernacular you are using is a good practice. Why? Because sometimes the only contact you will ever have with a person will be through the written (typed) word. You are a perceived person once you hit the enter key. Because typing and spelling are ranked in my skills set somewhere in between interacting with aliens from space and being able to sign the language “Poodle” to a deaf canine of the same persuasion, I type in Word and then copy and paste where need be. Yes, this is for many people but more so for a middle school teacher who misspelled “holler”, “embarrass”, and the word “wear”, twice (which has at least 3 ways it can be spelled but “wair” is not one of them). You need to realize what you are teaching to the many that have mommas other than you. If you misspell words and take points from your students for misspelling, what does that teach them?

6:06 AM  
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10:17 AM  
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7:05 AM  
Blogger Robert said...

Hey new to this blogging thing and blog surfing. Stumbled on your site and laughed a lot...about pants falling down and mixd signals in relationships. Thanks. See if you like mine.....if you don't that's OK. Mine are sevenweeksinnepal.blogspot.com
and arthurstace.blogspot.com
Thanks again....I will visit again if that is OK

4:55 AM  
Blogger Emerald said...

SO. TRUE.
Oh my gosh, those guys my age think they're the coolest thing ever for doing it...it is NOT TRUE!

6:40 PM  
Blogger susan said...

oh my gosh, i just recently saw a girl wearing her pants low. i mean, just like the boys...belt, underwear showing, and walking all kinds of funny. and to top it off, they were skinny jeans. made me laugh and feel old at the same time cause just wanted to yell at her and say pull your pants up!

8:17 PM  

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