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Originally posted by thecrow001
reply to post by Laurauk
could you also link hoodies to this if your wear a hoodie your not allowed to enter shops which i think a B S.
Its a piece of clothing
"There are many things you can point to as proof that the human is not smart. But my personal favorite would have to be that we needed to invent the helmet. What was happening, apparently, was that we were involved in a lot of activities that were cracking our heads. We chose not to avoid doing those activities but, instead, to come up with some sort of device to help us enjoy our head-cracking lifestyles. And even that didn't work because not enough people were wearing them so we had to come up with the helmet law. Which is even stupider, the idea behind the helmet law being to preserve a brain whose judgment is so poor, it does not even try to avoid the cracking of the head it's in."
Originally posted by tezzajw
Originally posted by tamusan
I was driving down the road the other day, and saw a young dude walking down the the street with his pants sagging real low. His entire rear, cheeks and all, was visible. Not exactly what I want to see.
THEN LOOK AWAY!
This woman, on her moral majority crusade, needs to be stopped dead in her tracks.
FASHION POLICE SUCK!
People wear underware at the beach and in hot weather, yet this woman doesn't want low pants to reveal underware!!!
Arrgghhhh, I get sick of these fashion police stories. If it wasn't real, you would actually get a laugh thinking about it.
Would you say the same to a bunch of parents taking their kids home from school and some idiot is walking with his arse hanging out his trousers. It's indecent exposure.
Originally posted by space cadet
reply to post by badw0lf
I will not open the door for you if you approach wearing a hoodie. No freakin way. No sunglasses either. I have been robbed before. He entered the store wearing a hoodie, sunglasses, and droopy pants. I am not kidding. That was the only description I could give the police too, because other than black hands and a shotgun, that is all I could see. So I work in a hotel now with a security door, you approach with your head/face covered, you are not getting in. I want you on camera. And pull your dang pants up!
Men wore hats in the Fifties. Not sometimes. All the time. There was some variation as to style, but no man was dressed unless a hat adorned his head.
Originally posted by thewormholes
I believe to each their own. You can not disagree with everything people wear. It just come down to how you respect yourself and others around you. On a side note, a friend of mine who is nurse has notice that young adults who sag their pants have been coming into the hospital with muscle deformities, because of the way they walk which tend to be from side to side rather than a normal stride. So, the muscles in their legs are not developing properly.
Originally posted by Afterthought
First of all, this style came in when I was in Jr. High. I'm now 31. I don't believe any style has ever lasted this long.