Snarky on Undies

Looks like the Virginia Senate has dropped it’s bid to fine those who show their undies by wearing either low rider pants or low slung pants. Wise of them. Realistically, seeing peoples undies peaking out from someones pants is no big deal. With women, it can be kinda sexy, with men, it just looks incredibly stupid. Let them look that way. Besides, perhaps their parents should address their lack of appropriate attire.

For the men, do you realize how rediculous you look? You are like a little kid who cannot dress himself. The best thing to do is complain to a store manager or the company if you see this. I have. Especially at food places. I personally refuse to accept food from people who are constantly grabbing their ass to oull their pants up. I once made a formal complaint to Chik-fil-a over this, especially after the manager pissed me off after I complained about it. The national office wasn’t too pleased with his conduct. Nor was the Cary Health Department.

For the women, it is all fine and dandy until you show us your gut hanging over the pants. If you want to wear those types of pants, fine. Wear a shirt that comes down over the beltline. Seeing your fast food created belly is not sexy or arousing. It is sad and laughable.

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10 Responses to “Snarky on Undies”

  1. Jeremy says:

    If this law had actually gone through I was going to start wearing those gangsta’ clothes with HUGE boxers.

    Do I think it looks cool? No. I think it looks just as stupid as those hippie bell bottoms everyone used to wear.

    Should people be able to wear whatever the hell they want? Yes. Even though it might be cool to create a state law banning all Blue Devil clothes, I’m sure it would infringe on some people’s rights. Are you allowed to wear a bikini down the street? Yes. (Just please, for the love of God, don’t wear yours anymore Teach!)

    As for places of employment, there is a dress code that must be followed. If you can’t follow the dress code they have every right to can your ghetto rapper wanabe ass.

    As for the women in thongs: If I can see the top of the thong it’s okay. If I can see your ass cheeks between your jeans and the thong I’ll either be pointing and laughing (loud enough for you to hear) or leaving you a note to pull your pants up.

  2. Jeremy says:

    More on Women in Thongs: Unless you’re Hillary, then it’s all good!

  3. Ogre says:

    William looks pretty good in a thong — at least when he shaves… 😉

  4. Scott says:

    Awesome! I hadn’t heard this yet. This is good news for America. I’m with you on the food thing, although personally I haven’t eaten at a fast food joint in a long time. I love me some Chik-fil-A though. I’m such a bad leftie. 😉

  5. I wonder if I should be really evil and use my camera phone in the mall? Could get scary.

  6. JulieB says:

    Teach, I have the same opinion of the women that you do of the men – I think underwear hanging from where ever just makes them look like they couldn’t dress themselves. Now, some of the guys, well, we could talk!

  7. I just found something else to add to the list. Lowriders and a belly whiter then Ahabs whale. Was like looking into the sun.

  8. Now, I’m no fan of these low ridin’ pants, but sicking the Cary beurocracy on anybody is just low… 😉

  9. They were ecstatic when I called 🙂

    Seriously, the manager could have avoided it by being civil and pleasant over my concern. The kid grabbed his ass to pull his pants up around 3 or 4 times before getting my food. Nasty. Then the manager gave ME shit about complaining. Bad move.

  10. Patty-Jo says:

    I was in Wal Mart a while back with my fourteen year old. We were looking at shampoo, and there were two shapely young women shopping also. I tried to ignore my son’s drooling at the sight of the top of their butt-floss sticking up out of their low riders, then they squatted down in the middle of the aisle. My son groaned and walked away, but I just stood there and stared. They had to know their cracks were sticking out. They must have felt a breeze or something. I thought of pouring a little shampoo down there, but managed to control myself. I try so hard not to act like a b*tchy old hag, but sometimes I just get disgusted. I have to remind myself of the see through blouses I wore in the 70’s to get a little perspective.

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