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May 02, 2018


A denim brand is selling 'extreme cut out' jeans for $168 and people are seriously confused


(Thanks to Rick Day and Matt Filar)


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The emperor's ho has no clothes!

Wardrobe malfunction ez-fit assurance.

ImNotDave beat me to it.

At least they come in "relaxed fit," or, as Dave has called them, "pants for the bigger-butted man."

My wardrobe must be worth a half a million dollars!

Must admit, it has some attributes.

At least they're TSA-approved.

Jeans are actually to aid husbands who have trouble physically, and mentally, undressing their wives.

This is what happens when a Kardashian gets exposed to gamma rays and Hulks out. "KIM SMASH PUNY PAPARAZZO!"

If nice looking people want to walk around basically naked, who am I to stand in their way? The downside is you may have to deal with ugly folks like me in the same state. There's a lot more of us ugly folks so be aware.

evilroy, that's why these 'jeans' are not available in relaxed, muffin-top size.

"Bad Comedian Jeans" (no material)

Results may vary.

Somewhere, some teenage girl is begging her mom for these jeans because, "everybody else is wearing them".

To be worn with your Glow-in-the-Dark Solar System Underwear.

You probably don't even have to wash them. Where can they get dirty ?

Down on the corner by the traffic light
Everybody's lookin' as she goes by
They turn their heads and watch her til she's gone
Lord have mercy, baby's got what's left of her blue jeans on

Where is that MANDATORY "Kids, don't try this at home" warning label?

Come to think of it, it does take some of the fun out of mentally undressing someone...

Lots of ways to strangle a clothes dryer.

Looks like it's time to delve into my closet and make some quick cash.


If you want to enter an establishment that requires that you wear pants, does this count?

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