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Zoombie
08-22-2008, 04:04 PM
Who needs pants, anyway.

Other than when its cold, of course. But I was thinking, what is the thing I do most often while home alone?

Take off or at least unbutton and unzip my pants.

Its comfy. It allows breezes. And it makes going to the bathroom that much simpler. You just walk, go, clean, then walk back. None of this fiddling with buttons.

Though recently, I was annoyed to find that my UNDERWEAR had buttons on it too. Haha, I fixed that with some sicsors. Can anyone tell me why on earth we'd need buttons in our underwear?

Ol' Fashioned Girl
08-22-2008, 04:05 PM
The answer is: kilt.

Neurotic
08-22-2008, 04:11 PM
I was thinking skirt, but kilt is close enough.

Zoombie
08-22-2008, 04:15 PM
You guys are frikken genius.

Kilts are good for everything.

Except for keeping your calves warm.

Pagey's_Girl
08-22-2008, 04:19 PM
Many moons ago, on a spring-breakish type trip to Quebec City, one of the friends I was sharing a hotel room was systemically ransackinh the room for the pair of pinstriped jeans she'd brought along. Finally, as I was heading out to get ice, she asked if I was wearing them.
Me: "No, of course not."
Her: "But then why can't I find them?"
Me: "Didn't you put them in that drawer over there?"
Her (still out of my line of sight, as she had been since she'd gotten out of the shower): "Are you sure you're not wearing them?"
Me, from the hall, glancing down at the long paisley skirt I had on: "Veronica, I'm not even wearing pants!"

Didn't even know the three guys across the hall were in their room unil they nearly brought the door off the hinges opening it...:ROFL: (I was friends with them, so it was too funny to be embarrassing.)

Zoombie
08-22-2008, 04:32 PM
Lol

This reminds me of when I was on a band trip. Athletic and non-body shy black kid was sharing a room with more withdrawn hardcore Christian Asian kid and laid back surfer dude. I heard from the surfer dude that the black kid walked out of the shower without pants.

Asian kid flipped out and good laughs were had by all.

Mr Flibble
08-22-2008, 04:35 PM
Going without pants ( aka going commando) is very liberating, but best not done with miniskirts in public.

Or did you mean trousers? :)

Zoombie
08-22-2008, 04:42 PM
No, I meant the whole pants thing. Like those guys who do the Big Hary Cock shows. They go pants and shirtless too.

And they make a Lock Ness monster with their genitalia!

Impressive talent they have.

NeuroFizz
08-22-2008, 04:46 PM
If the buttons are on boxers, they keep the hoss from escaping the corral. Nothing worse than having it trapped between two layers of fabric--just doesn't feel right, particularly considering the normal feeling of semi-freedom given by boxers.

Mr Flibble
08-22-2008, 04:46 PM
I'm sorry, I must have missed the Big Hairy Cock shows. Where are they? Tell me, TELL ME!!!!!!

Zoombie
08-22-2008, 04:47 PM
I DON'T KNOW! I just saw them on Penn And Teller's: Bullshit

It was their episode entitled "Sex! Sex! Sex!"

Shadow_Ferret
08-22-2008, 04:58 PM
*covers his ears*

I'm not listening.

lalalalalalalalalala!

Zoombie
08-22-2008, 05:00 PM
They're like a show of nudist and they make funny shapes with their ding-dongs and nutsacks.

It was quite a show, from what little I saw on my grainy laptop screen.

"Its not the sex that's gratuitous. Its the stuff around it that is. So pop in a porno, or find someone who finds you attractive and have sex with them. After all, naked people are their own reward."

Shadow_Ferret
08-22-2008, 05:04 PM
*runs out of thread*

Noooo! lalalalalalala!

Ol' Fashioned Girl
08-22-2008, 05:10 PM
Okay, folks... let's clean it up juuuuuuust a little, okay? We don't want any shocked ferrets around here.

Zoombie
08-22-2008, 05:24 PM
All right. Back to the topic at hand!

PANTS!

I need to find some pants. Buuuuuuuuuuut my jeans all have big stonking holes in them. Cause see, the gears on my bike keep eating my jeans and my jeans are like ._.

CaroGirl
08-22-2008, 05:29 PM
Jeans, while occasionally fashionable and flattering, are one of the most uncomfortable pieces of clothing on the planet this side of a boned corset. While they have been improved with the addition of Spandex, I find jeans just terribly binding in the crotch-al area. Give me a pair of loose chinos or simple skirt any day. I find the number of people who board airplanes for a 7-hour flight wearing JEANS beyond astounding.

Zoombie
08-22-2008, 05:35 PM
I enjoy the tightness!

maestrowork
08-22-2008, 05:58 PM
One word: chocolate.

Neurotic
08-22-2008, 08:15 PM
Are the Big Hai... uh, are those shows the same as Puppetry of the P... uh, some other shows?

In any case, if you're worried about keeping your calves (leg calves, not baby cow calves) warm, wear a long skirt, or knee-high socks.

C.bronco
08-22-2008, 08:33 PM
Jeans are comfy when they're old.

Unfortunately, we succomb to wearing pants because of peer pressure. The pantless are often mocked and given stereotypes. Society can be cruel.

Kitty Pryde
08-22-2008, 08:47 PM
I, too, often find myself oppressed by the tyranny of pants. But I find that a well-executed mooning can truly be a work of art, as well as soothing the burden of endless pants wearing.

My finest masterpiece to date, my opus you might say, took place at a sun-dappled campsite along the banks of a scenic Oregon river. After a day of kayaking through paradise, we were interrupted by a loud jetboat full of sightseers buzzing upriver. To protest this molestation of nature's grandeur, I mooned them extensively. Later that day, a US coast guard boat motored up the river, more quietly. The officer aboard idled up to our campsite and told us that there had been reports of some kayakers mooning a jetboat on this stretch of the river. He asked if we knew anything about it. I told this fine representative of our nation's military honestly, "Gosh, I haven't seen anything like that!"

NeuroFizz
08-22-2008, 08:49 PM
Jeans, while occasionally fashionable and flattering, are one of the most uncomfortable pieces of clothing on the planet this side of a boned corset. While they have been improved with the addition of Spandex, I find jeans just terribly binding in the crotch-al area. Give me a pair of loose chinos or simple skirt any day. I find the number of people who board airplanes for a 7-hour flight wearing JEANS beyond astounding.
You are talking about label labia jeans, right? They are certainly amazing.

Mela
08-22-2008, 09:28 PM
I can never put my jeans in the dryer. EVER. One time through the cycle and they're done being my pants.
I'll never understand people who say they're comfiest in a pair of jeans. Why on earth? What's the difference between jeans and chinos - they're all PANTS! Why is one comfier than the other?

I have entered the world of skirts and sundresses for the summer. Alas, winter approaches ... what to do? Leggings? nyeh ...

Kitrianna
08-22-2008, 09:56 PM
My jeans are comfortable and I put them in the dryer to boot. Yes I know, they shrink then. It just means that for the 5 to 10 minutes it takes the lovelies to stretch out again, they fit reasonably well (aka not falling off my butt). How could anyone think that jeans are uncomfortable?

Pagey's_Girl
08-23-2008, 12:23 AM
I actually don't have a dryer, so no chance of any of my jeans going through one.

I'm comfortable in jeans. I also love skirts as long as I don't have to wear pantyhose with them. Most of my skirts are ankle-grazing, anyway, so it doesn't matter.