Day 55


February 23rd, 2012

From a distance, I thought this was some kind of protest against the Screen Actors Guild. It is in fact part of State Senator Eric Adams's campaign against droopy drawers.


  1. Dorinda from Mentor, Oh. says:

    I’m all for stopping the SAG! I think it looks stupid, ridiculous and why wear any pants they wear them so far off their butts anyways. To me it looks trashy.

  2. tna says:

    Let them sag all they want….a nice useful tool to help separate the crazies from the sane in a glance.

  3. tom says:

    funny stuff!

  4. Amanduh says:

    I live in Minnesota. A couple of months ago, on a snowy day where the high was about 20, I watched a guy walking down the street with saggy jeans. He was holding a wad of the fabric in front to keep them from falling down…and his rear end, covered only by boxers, was sticking out between his jeans and his coat. I repeat: 20 degrees outside. Forget high heels, THAT’S suffering for fashion.

    • Dorinda from Mentor, Oh. says:

      That’s just stupidity too. Why not just pull the dang things UP instead of holding onto a bunch of fabric in front? He could have pulled them back down when he got to where he was going.

      Someday, and maybe some people have already done it, but I’d like to see bystanders who see someone with saggy pants pull on them somehow to make them come all the way off. I think that would be funny.
      And, I just don’t see how something like this saggy pants fad can’t be considered indecent exposure.

  5. It is not a pretty sight when they loose them.

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