Monday, November 15, 2010

It's Not the Bagginess that Offends, Butt...




...I mean but the low-hanging thereof. My photo shows elegant baggy or wide-legged trousers. Baggy pants, as in Oxford Bags, have been chic for decades in classic clothing. But, most people, when referring to the problem of low-sagging pants (trousers) just use the term, "baggy pants". That's really unfair, since what is being excoriated is the plumber's crack, a source of derision for all times. What people abhor is the hideous sagging lowdown pants/trousers style. It really amounts to indecent exposure--someone's underwear and opening showing in front, and whatever you wish to call it bared in the back--that's the issue. Here is an article which I was sent by Sweden's The Local--News in English:

M-J de Mesterton©2007
Note: I originally posted this, together with my original poem on the subject, in 2007.