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post #31 of 59
NYCJim, I WAS talking about Urkel in that 'fashion', which was totally what your comment was about and why I posted the picture with it.

As the mother of a Lesbian-All-Her-Life-Now-Pregnant daughter, I think I understand the life of gay people. Not as much as a gay person does, but I am neither bigoted or unenlightened. Frankly, I'm overenlightened, as I heard details of her sex life and her girlfriends all her life.:

Any more on this topic belongs in the Lounge, where you're welcome to continue this discussion.:
post #32 of 59
Sorry, I misunderstood!

Glad to see you have a sense of humor.
post #33 of 59

.38 special ... real special?

Is that a pistol in yer' Bogners?

Or are ya' just happy to see me?
post #34 of 59
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Originally Posted by NYCJIM
Sorry, I misunderstood!

Glad to see you have a sense of humor.
Ditto! Ya gotta admit that Urkel's 'fashion' is just a Tad over the top, eh?
post #35 of 59
Just a tad.
post #36 of 59
My wife and I were behind a young boarder that had his pants hanging below his ass. Instead of brightly patterned boxers he had on a pair of fruit of the loom tighty whiteys. Even we knew he just didn't get the whole idea behind the fashion (or maybe this is the fashion now?). I thought we were going to fall off the lift by the time we got on the chair we were laughing so hard. At least there were no racing stripes.
post #37 of 59

new mountain hazard

Regarding the new lower and lower look ....

Gonna' have to start checking the chairs for "Butt Butterflys" before you sit down!
post #38 of 59
Here's a boarder from last weekend at Mt. Bachelor that my wife found funny enough to take a picture of:




Oh yeah, she forgot the flash was on and took two pictures! He wasn't too pleased, but it was just too funny not to post when I saw this topic

-dath
post #39 of 59
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Originally Posted by evansilver
Is this waiststeering?
BASTARD!!!!!!!
post #40 of 59
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Originally Posted by Stache
Don't you know it is a natural fact that the older a man gets the higher his "waistline" grows???
Gee Stache and here I though our chests slid to our asses.

Listen to us, a bunch of 60's retreads talk about young peoples styles as if we conformed to our parents every whim.
post #41 of 59
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Originally Posted by Pierre
Gee Stache and here I though our chests slid to our asses.
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My uncle turned 70 last month, and I found a birthday card that said something like, "The good thing about getting older is that you save money since you don't have to buy shirts anymore" -- accompanied by a guy with his pants buckled around his neck. (Loses a little in translation, but the visual was great!)
post #42 of 59
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Originally Posted by Pierre
Gee Stache and here I though our chests slid to our asses.

Listen to us, a bunch of 60's retreads talk about young peoples styles as if we conformed to our parents every whim.
post #43 of 59
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Originally Posted by segbrown
My uncle turned 70 last month, and I found a birthday card that said something like, "The good thing about getting older is that you save money since you don't have to buy shirts anymore" -- accompanied by a guy with his pants buckled around his neck. (Loses a little in translation, but the visual was great!)

But aren't neck-buckled ski pants just one-piece suits? So THAT's why so many older guys are pulling out the neon suit from 1985. . . it's not an attempt to recapture the last days of their *youth,* but because it's either that or a$$ pants, due to waist-girth increase!

Wish I had a good picture of a neon one-piece. . .

Mollmeister
post #44 of 59
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Originally Posted by mollmeister

Wish I had a good picture of a neon one-piece. . .

Mollmeister
post #45 of 59
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Originally Posted by mollmeister

Wish I had a good picture of a neon one-piece. . .

Mollmeister
post #46 of 59
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Originally Posted by ant
Those trousers are SO sad. What a bunch of fashion victims. You could clothe a family with the fabric in those things. I see, often enough to be funny, these jokes taking air, and their trousers slither down midair! Ensues a desperate scrabble for dignity as they try to land.

I saw one clever lad who'd got his Arse Pants and sewed them onto his boxers, about half way down the undies.

I love it when they turn up to a beginner lesson in those stupid things, and can't wedge because the trousers are so far down.
LOL !!! They must not be comfy (since you have to hitch them up all the time), they look quite stupid (oops, am I too old??), and they don't seem all that practical..sad fashion victims, indeed!
post #47 of 59
NICE WORK, Kzoo1.

AND you're from Kalamazoo! A big portion of my family hails from Kzoo and the surrounding area.

Now, looking at the belt on the suits, however, gives me pause. Maybe those wouldn't work so well for expanding girth. . . of course, there's always a bigger belt!

Mollmeister
post #48 of 59
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Originally Posted by NYCJIM
Well, as a matter of fact, yes, I am.

I know you’re just joking and you probably think I’m making a mountain out of a molehill, but I think it’s important to call people out on their comments, even if they do it in an “only kidding” light. I don’t see much different in high school today, as opposed to high school in 1982. The deep disdain for gay people or anybody who even appears gay is in every classroom, during every period.

The # of times I heard kids calling others derogatory gay names each day was at least 4. And just like when I was in high school in 1982, teachers don’t stop them either.

I prided myself on stopping every kid in their tracks. I didn’t want the gay or lesbian teen sitting in my class growing up saying his teacher never said anything.

That’s why I’m posting this. Not to condemn, or to make a big deal out of a little joke. But to make you think.
post #49 of 59
I dunno i guess we do it for the ladies...becasue alot of the chicks are diggin' that whole scene. Iv even seen chicks wearin' thier pants under their ass!
post #50 of 59
You can actually buy ski pants from SMS that the top part looks like flannel boxers and the belt hangs six inches from the top. I have put the link below. http://www.smsclothing.com/images/07...s_Badass_L.jpg
post #51 of 59
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Originally Posted by RossiFreerider
.... Iv even seen chicks wearin' thier pants under their ass!
I really would like to see that

The interesting part of this fashion is that while yes it did start in the california department of corrections and was made popular through west coast rappers I will venture 99.999% of the people on the mountain have ever been to the ghetto unless it was a charity event for their social club du jour. Seriously, how many times have you heard TuPac rap about going to boulder to snowboard? I seem to remember Ludakris saying something about it in one of his "I'm so rich" songs but other than that, the ghetto and the slopes aren't exactly intermingled.

People are paying extra money to get their clothes to look gheto. There is something fundamentally wrong with this. All this being said, normally I do wear my pants a bit lower than most 'older' people would. However, when I'm skiing, I have no time for pulling up my pants... that and I have a big ass, so it wouldn't really be a problem anyway.
post #52 of 59
True! What’s funnier is while the skiers are adopting the ghetto look (absurdly out of place on a slope), the ghetto teens are adopting the traditional skier look in the city!

It’s funny to see inner-city teens in New York City where it’s 50 degrees, walking around with oversized Northface and other such traditional ski gear.

Ski shops are doing a brisk business of selling clothes. And most of the sales are probably not skiers nor ever will be.

Trends are funny.
post #53 of 59
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Originally Posted by Yuki
Regarding the new lower and lower look ....

Gonna' have to start checking the chairs for "Butt Butterflys" before you sit down!
Oh god, that's why the lifties at Baker squeegee the lift seat before new folks sit down on them. Yucko.
post #54 of 59
Yeah real ghetto, most of them look like dopey from the 7 dwarfs.

post #55 of 59
Wearing your pants hanging off your ass is about as cool as wearing an ugly flowered mumu.:
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post #57 of 59
i work on the mountain with a program that i will not name, some of the participants are formally incarcerated (gangs related activities, etc). the last thing i would call these people is "ghetto", i would call them perhaps under-privileged or unlucky.

anyhow, they noticed the baggies on the hill, but laughed hard at the people with pants pulled up their butts. its matter of perspective eh.
post #58 of 59
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Originally Posted by KennyG
I really would like to see that
Then you'll like Sarah Burke. Sometimes her pants are low, sometimes they're totally off.

Here she is in a ritzcrackaa photograph...



And here she is as a doll...

post #59 of 59
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Originally Posted by zerozero
i work on the mountain with a program that i will not name, some of the participants are formally incarcerated (gangs related activities, etc). the last thing i would call these people is "ghetto", i would call them perhaps under-privileged or unlucky.

anyhow, they noticed the baggies on the hill, but laughed hard at the people with pants pulled up their butts. its matter of perspective eh.
Why is it the "last" thing you'd call them? "Ghetto" is not a racial epithet. If these participants were formerly incarcerated from gang related activities, they're certainly GHETTO.

People who are not criminals are ghetto too if they're living in the ghetto. If the people you mention are not deserving of the title, who is?
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