Handy Saggy Pants Chart [Pic]

Submitted by: fancylad 8 years ago in

This chart was recently published in the Detroit Free Press newspaper. Good information for you baggy pants wearers.
There are 185 comments:
Male 1,485
only faggots have their pants down that low anyway
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Male 438
Damn. The plumber community`s going to be hit hard by that "indecent exposure" charge.

LMAO

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Male 777
Damn. The plumber community`s going to be hit hard by that "indecent exposure" charge.
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Female 46
I honestly see no problem with the pants being dow low as long as they have a super long shirt to cover it...
Sides...some hot guys have th right to have their underwear show. ^.^
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Male 1
looks like I won`t be wearing underwear anymore.
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Female 609
okay, the first one isn`t HORRIBLE.... but it`s STUPID to wear pants any lower than that. ugh. people look so dumb.
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Female 2
`Crackdown` - stop it!! - am I the only one who finds that funny?
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Male 5
They must have already made a lot of money in fines, since they were able to hire the Blue Man Group for this poster
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Male 22
if they are going to use it as the second one, why do they buy jeans?
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Male 596
in Georgia(america Georgia) It`s against the law to wear your pants saggy...as ina fine and or some jail time... it`s "too gang related"
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Male 181
lol @ keith2..Well when people have their pants sagging to the point of position three they might as well not be wearing pants. I mean, at that point it`s definently not covering what it was meant to cover in the first place anyway. Most of the time it`s covered by their shirts so I don`t really care.
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Male 363
hunh. I always thought the police loved this fashion. After all it`s pretty easy to catch people when there pants fall down around their ankles...
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Male 332
A year in jail for sagging pants? Bet they`re going to make us tuck in our shirts too.
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Male 62
I wear mine like half 1st - 2nd but with a belt and long shirts..so.. does that count?
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Male 10
JUGGALETTE WTF IS THAT IN YOUR AVATAR
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Male 10
drat them, if you`ve got it, flaunt it.
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Female 82
LOL, I despise saggy pants wearers.
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Male 3,915
lol @ juggalette....but yeah...i usually where the first style....but on occasion get close to the second...but only because i forget my belt and get lazy....but NEVER the third...that poo is gross and embarrassing!
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Female 1,380
wtf....did a rapper die and they`re wearing their pants at half mass in mourning?
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Female 41
lmao!!! seriously?!
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Female 2,927
lesson "PULL YOUR F*KKIN PANTS UP!"
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Male 362
No, JMoney100, those are not conservatives. They are moralistic, pro-big government sheep who call themselves conservative because they aren`t liberal and anyone who doesn`t blindly support the president IS A TERRORIST (also known as Republicans or neo-conservatives.). True conservatives would be opposed to this because it is not only impossible to enforce, but seems to violate the Bill of Rights.
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Male 312
Flint, MI

fckin conservatives...

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Male 1,357
you americans, where is flint? like which state?
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Male 422
That`s a joke, right?
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Male 2,591
ah flint.. such a crappy town. ppl there try n act like their so ghetto. only thing good that came out of there was dayton family.

Back then black kids started to wear their jeans low. The white kids called it saggin`. Whats saggin spelled backwards? Those sneaky white kids..

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Female 119
if everyone had to pay fines or spend some time in jail for fashion crimes, this world would be a boring place. i couldn`t make fun of anyone anymore.
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Male 326
@-Khaos- Then you should buy pants that fit. Novel concept, I realize. I don`t understand how wearing your pants around your knees makes you a gangster.
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Male 3,369
more right-wing zealotry aimed and controlling the populace. This could potentially open up new fashion laws..."CONFORM....CONFORM!!!"
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Female 9,572
ahahaha, I love it.
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Male 420
I wanna go to Flint and just run around naked for a while now
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Male 5,189
Carry around a hook and when see see people like that just yank the draters up.
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Male 3
What if your pants slipped down to below your buttocks and a policeman happened to see you. Oh oh, that`s a year in jail for you.
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Male 322
"Michigan has a bucket-full of stupid laws. My family owns a vacation house there up in the north and I lived there for about 6 years. They recently pushed for a law (I`m not sure if this ended up going through) that made it illegal to "be mean" to people. I`m not kidding. The words were literally "be mean"."


I live in Michigan..that was never a law. It was one city that tried to pass a city ordinance and it never passed. It was never a state thing just a city thing.

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Male 148
jesus thats abit much!!!
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Male 3
Why are they using Dr. Manhattan in the diagram? )-|
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Male 78
america: land of the free hahahahahha
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Male 35
Don`t get me wrong, I think the "style" is as ridiculous as the next guy, but I`m pretty sure a *year* in jail would make this law a sitting duck to be overturned on appeal for excessiveness.
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Male 199
hahahahaha, only in flint michigan, poor town usa!
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Male 617
i just might have to move to flint michigan.
glorifying the ghetto = stupidest thing on earth.
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Male 4,793
and that, my friends, is why flint michigan died.
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Male 173
What happens when he doesn`t wear boxers, what if he decides to wear a "man-thong?"...
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Male 56
Im glad this doesn`t apply on women, haha
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Male 21
wait... wearing boxers in public with NO pants no one even cares... I would know (most people even just assume they`re shorts). So they fining people for just showing a little?
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Male 2
Got to show this to a friend..
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Male 386
What`s wrong with underwear showing (as long as there`s a shirt over it). I wear an awesome pac-man belt buckle and it`s uncomfortable to go without.

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Female 140
Wow. Don`t you think that`s a little much?
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Male 612
phew, I`d only get a warning
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Male 310
Umm, that is rigoddamdiculous!
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Male 246
For everyone that says "omg that pixzor is 20 million yrs its stupid"
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http://lmgtfy.com/?q=flint+saggy+pants+l...
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Male 211
wow, up to a year, wtf?
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Male 599
"So then... what`s considered underwear?
Honest question... "

Yeah, I know people who wear basketball shorts under sweatpants all the time.

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Female 134
"Ironicaly, loss pants look came from people in jail. Because they`d all get the same size, XXL, so the look caught on. And now when your caught with the look you get to see its origin!"

I hear that it was because prisoners wore their pants lower to show that they were open for anal.

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Female 15,763
So then... what`s considered underwear?

Honest question...

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Male 967
"i wish they`d make that a law here... i HATE the baggy pants. it looks like they took a dump and they walk like penguins. ugh. so dumb."

LMAO

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Male 1,837
this law has been out for a while now.
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Male 296
Ironicaly, loss pants look came from people in jail. Because they`d all get the same size, XXL, so the look caught on. And now when your caught with the look you get to see its origin!
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Male 281
aka highwaters xD i laugh every time i see them...i also noticed something...most of the comments are by females :-P
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Female 1,077
pwnsher, tight pants are hella sexy on the right guy (ie, a guy on the skinny end of the spectrum), but no one looks good with their pants at their ankles. no one.
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Male 281
"f*ck`n eh! I`ll support that dumb law!
Tight pants on guys is way hotter then the f*cking dirt bag druggie look!"

on the other,you would look more of a douche wearing tight pants.

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Female 1,077
@baileyabb -high fives-
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Female 4,376
Eh who cares? I may not care much for the look but I don`t think people should go to jail for it. That`s a bit much.
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Female 895
f*ck`n eh! I`ll support that dumb law!
Tight pants on guys is way hotter then the f*cking dirt bag druggie look!
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Male 599
http://wcco.com/watercooler/sagging.pant...

haha my friend totally mooned the teacher and pretty much got away with it.
Recently, he was suspended for 45 days for saying the n word to a black guy after the black guy tried to choke him. Then he got punched in the face. Guess how many days the black guy got for choking and punching him? FIVE. I agree he shouldn`t be cussing but "anger management" shouldn`t mean the kid should only get five days for trying to strangle some one.

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Female 1,077
Michigan has a bucket-full of stupid laws. My family owns a vacation house there up in the north and I lived there for about 6 years. They recently pushed for a law (I`m not sure if this ended up going through) that made it illegal to "be mean" to people. I`m not kidding. The words were literally "be mean".
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Male 438
I would wear my pants saggy just to have them arrest me, then fight it under freedom of speech laws.

-x-

That won`t work. You`re not speaking.

*******

Unless you speak from your bum.

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Male 4,238
>>madest: "America land of the free and crap".
For once I agree with you America is the land of crap. lol
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Male 139
Geeze I agree with deathxtra , who needs pants?!

That said, now i know why the giant beaver mascot tackled me ripped off my pants and ran away back in the boyscouts.

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Male 7,378
Saggy pants are indeed stupid but making a crime out of it diminishes what police are supposed to do. This is America land of the free and crap so lets be free. Wgaf if someones sagging(?)
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Male 2
That won`t work. You`re not speaking.

As an act of rhetoric it is considered "speech".
Cohen, under Cohen v. California, was not speaking either when he walked through a courthouse wearing a t-shirt that said "F*ck the Draft", yet his actions were protected under the first amendment.

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Female 217
I would wear my pants saggy just to have them arrest me, then fight it under freedom of speech laws.

-x-

That won`t work. You`re not speaking.

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Female 178
sorry kids,

this picture is from the 1980s and michael moore used it in his first major film, Roger & Me.

nice try though

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Male 2
I would wear my pants saggy just to have them arrest me, then fight it under freedom of speech laws.
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Male 2,788
Who wears pants nowadays?
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Male 3,058
*high-fives dm2754 several times*
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Male 3,296
hmm outdated fashion statement anyhow, its about time someone tells them that it isnt cool anymore
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Male 1,583
any one else wondering why that guys boxers are half way to his arm pits? are they saying thats where my pants belong?
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Female 29
ummmm, we all know Dr. Manhattan doesn`t even WEAR pants....
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Male 2,344
I would have many many many warnings in that case...but nothing else!
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Female 1,578
Wow, that kind of pisses me off. Who is to say what people are allowed to wear?
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Male 157
but then... plumbers would shut down from paying too many fines..
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Male 268
The only reason Flint did that is because gangs up there are getting worse than in Detroit and that is how they are ID`ng there selves in public places like school
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Male 123
dm2754, I say this in all seriousness. You are a terrific father.
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Male 4,238
>>osirisascend "I don`t think anyone hates the whole baggy pants "fashion" trend more than I do."

I don`t know about that time pretty high up there. When my very own children are sagging I give them wedgies.

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Male 3,255
Flint is my new hero! hahahahahah! Losers. I think it`s rather unconstitutional, but at least it only affects the retarded, lol.
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Male 599
"maybe like community service hours + a 50 dollar fine? that`s a little bit more decent?"

imo they should have to wear suspenders for a month. that`ll teach em

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Female 322
Fair enough baggy trousers are horrendous.
But saying it`s indecent exposure because underwear is showing is just unreasonable. A girl could be walking down the street in nothing but frenchies and she`d probably not get in any trouble with the law.
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Female 1,269
i`ve seen this pic before but it had different text on it...
forgot what it said though
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Female 901
i wish they`d make that a law here... i HATE the baggy pants. it looks like they took a dump and they walk like penguins. ugh. so dumb.
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Male 15,832
Evidently they have a really bad crack problem there.
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Male 1,204
a harsh punishment for a minor felony i`d say...

maybe like community service hours + a 50 dollar fine? that`s a little bit more decent?

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Male 3,058
@ domisgood: Yes, Flint, Michigan is a real place. It`s probably one of the best examples of what can happen to an industrial city when the industry leaves.

Flint was the city in Michael Moore`s film "Roger & Me".

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Male 246
Slmmhmmr161 -

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Texas_v._Jo...
See Texas v Johnson.

Violations on freedom of expression aren`t limited to explicit speech.
The first part, the `disorderly conduct` doesn`t even involve any sort of indecent exposure. You could call just about anything disorderly conduct, that doesn`t make it constitutional.
I could call protests disorderly conduct, bad wigs, going in public wearing a tank top, etc. etc.....

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Male 4,867
flint is a real place?
not just somewhere from the film Semi-Pro :O
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Male 54
What if you go commando? Hmmm? or what if you`re an old geezer who doesn`t have the strength to put on a belt and their pants just happened to sag
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Female 121
not wearing pants... im pretty sure thats still indecent exposure... i wonder if the fine is the same though
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Female 64
"I wasn`t aware that the Blue Man Group worked for the cops"- vegascartman


haha i find that statement funny

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Female 1,427
Seriously, I don`t see why you`d even want to walk around like that.
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Female 74
Mikeado: "For all I know it could all have been invented by MC Hammer in an attempt to avoid you touching this."
I LOL`d
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Female 74
The police over here are getting strickter about that too. It`s all the wanna-be-gangster children going around with their pants hanging down and walkin like one leg is shorter than the other :P
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Male 309
what if you wear no pants?
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Male 734
I wasn`t aware that the Blue Man Group worked for the cops
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Female 1,260
frumgf "flint, michigan? People still live there?" LOL
Yeah, they do and they`re all goin` to jail, including all the local construction guys with their butt crack showing - tis only fair!
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Male 2,229
Don`t get me wrong here, I`m personal against these `fashion statements`, but come on one is entitled to freedom of expression, or is that policed as well like every thing else in the States?
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Male 2,229
when did Flint Police Department become involved with fashion, and start policing that as well?
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Female 346
That is a very short waisted man. His butt is practically in the middle of his back. >.>
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Male 4,393
SuperSmash
Male, 18-29, Southern US
667 Posts Monday, June 01, 2009 2:49:59 PM
Btw, I sag my pants, but that`s because I have long legs and a short torso and if I wore my pants at my waist it`d look like I was an old granpa with my pants up around my armpits. Not a good look


me 2 but dad yells it me 2 pull my pant down...

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Female 164
flint, michigan? People still live there?
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Male 4,393
WHAT????!!!!! :(
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Male 4,393
punisment for either is 93 day to a year in jail
and/or up to $500 in fines
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Male 431
agreed with dance4life.
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Male 1,140
i wear baggy pants but its not like im showing anything like in those pictures, i dont know anyone who dresses like that.
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Male 41
Those poor poor plumbers...
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Male 3,755
Btw, I sag my pants, but that`s because I have long legs and a short torso and if I wore my pants at my waist it`d look like I was an old granpa with my pants up around my armpits. Not a good look.
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Female 1,004
What I absolutely hate is when someone has a belt on, yet their pants are still hanging around their ankles. Then, of course, their legs can really go too far so they walk like a damn retard. Hate getting stuck behind these freaks in an aisle or hallway anywhere. Makes me wanna yank their pants down and boot their ass.
Although I love the idea of a law forbidding this, I know it`s not exactly right. It just goes against many things... It`s all been said already, so blah...
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Female 209
as long as i can`t see ass crack then who the hell cares
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Male 3,755
"Baggy clothing makes it easier to mask concealed weapons."

Just ask our friend Plaxico. But it also makes it easier to slip and then go off when you try to grab it, narrowly missing your junk and even worse, maybe killing an innocent bystander.

I agree with the law though. If your butt`s hanging out you`re basically mooning everyone around you.

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Male 740
i`d only get a warning anyways
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Male 2,159
That`s crazy that they`re enforcing how to wear jeans. Isn`t that like communism or something? It just seems a bit much. I could understand this being a rule in school, but not a full-on law. And how come a slight arse crack is banned but g-strings on 14-year-olds aren`t?

I thought baggy trousers came from there being no belts in prison, so if your jeans appear to be falling down, then you actually have a prison look that makes you `Gangsta` or whatever. Ah well. I could be wrong. For all I know it could all have been invented by MC Hammer in an attempt to avoid you touching this.

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Female 385
actually thr trend started in jails, cause they`re not allowed to wear belts = saggy pants
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Male 3,058
I don`t think anyone hates the whole baggy pants "fashion" trend more than I do.

I have to laugh at those who have posted that B.S. about inmates "advertising their sexual availability".

Nothing could be further from the truth. That little tidbit of misinformation was a rather weak attempt at getting kids to stop doing it.

The real reason for the baggy pants and long, untucked shirts comes from the street gang culture. Baggy clothing makes it easier to mask concealed weapons. I don`t remember exactly when it was (early `90`s I believe), LAPD officers from the Rampart Division detained several members of the Nine-O Crips clique during a gang sweep.

While they were being searched, the Police officers were rather amazed to discover that six of the Nine-O Crips they had detained had secured AK-47`s to their legs that were not visible on cursory inspection due the bagginess of their pants.

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Female 1,412
lol
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Male 606
Rman1201:

This doesn`t violate the first amendment; which is

"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances."

How is (or almost) committing indecent exposure considered freedom of speech? It`s not. Walking around wearing a t-shirt that says "People Should Eat Aborted Fetuses" in America is legal, because that`s exercising your right to "Freedom of Speech".

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Male 15
i understand why people would find the saggy pants look offensive, but to relate it to a hip hop/rap trend is unfair. i sag my pants sometimes, but thats because i find it more comfortable. kids at my school and other schools make fun of it, so its not like its some sort of trend anymore. its slowly disappearing, and the only thing that this law will do is encourage rebellious behavior in my generation.
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Male 266
93 day 2 a year wtf so wat if u do like the first pic then this is just stupid might as well just throw out the bill of rights then if they keep on doin stuff like this
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Male 695
Lololol, this was in my English textbook in school.
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Male 246
Not a `waste of taxpayer dollars` as a possible, and probably likely punishment is a fee, so it pays for itself.
Just to correct illogic.
As for the actual issue, its a horrible law. I hate the look, but the law against it violates the first amendment. I`m not too worried about the issue however, as I`m sure sooner or later it will make it to the supreme court and be shot down.
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Male 17,511
It`s about time someone ended this hip hop/rap fashion trend.
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Male 606
boredfjord:

I do agree this should be punished, but not as harshly as this.

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Female 394
Ahh another waste of taxpayer`s dollars-
they waste there time busting "criminals" for having their underwear showing, but how many pedophiles and tweakers walk the streets unchecked?
Disgusting.
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Male 301
Why does it matter to you if your not sagging
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Male 928
Sigh... I guess so. I appreciate both your politeness. Nothing I say will change the law. It just irks me that officers can now go around like private school principles correcting everyone`s improper dress. But irrespective of the legality of seeing someone`s underwear, can we all agree that one should not be punished as harshly for visible underwear as one should be for a DUI?
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Female 151
I personally don`t like the trend at all, but I don`t think it`s fair to make it such a harsh penalty. Maybe people should wear other boxers underneath the ones that show, that way you can say it wasn`t showing your underwear... But, honestly, it`s a trend and it will go away soon. Why bother?
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Male 362
you dont like looking at boxers, i dont like looking at ugly people. things dont always go our way.
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Male 456
IF I DON`T LIKE IT, BAN IT!!! RAAAGHHHH
That`s what yall sound like to me...im just saying
I`m pretty sure yall got more important things to worry bout then looking at some guy wearing his pants like that. It ain`t hurting anyone...well, maybe that ass crack one, thats just nasty
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Male 138
@boredfjord

A coherent and well presented argument. However, the good people of Flint, MI have chosen not to be required to look at others` underwear, and a law has been created, and the local PD is required to uphold that law.

A law which requires underwear to be covered by clothing cannot be considered racist, because it requires that people of all races cover their underwear and not just people of a certain race.

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Male 606
boredfjord:

If I go to a beach/a country with a relatively hot climate, I`ll expect to see more skin than I would in other, cooler places. Walking down the street of my hometown (Doesn`t get higher than 30C in the summer, but down to -40C in the winter) it`s not reasonable to expect to see underwear hanging out everywhere.


Like I`ve said, its quite possible the law is motivated by the fight against illegal weaponry being carried around by every "Gangsta" and wannabe in Detroit. It`s just a coincidence that those who wear their pants like this happen to be minorities.

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Female 362
Can`t this be a law everywhere?
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Male 928
Also, everybody saying this began in prison to indicate sexual receptiveness is full of poo.

http://www.snopes.com/risque/homosex/sag...

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Male 928
Swimsuits are considered socially acceptable in all developed countries. A few inches of boxer, evidently, are not. This is wildly irrational.

I don`t care where the trend came from; the trend in and of itself is harmless, and that`s what`s relevant. Underwear will not hurt you. I even will go so far as to say that this law is probably implicitly motivated by racism, because I don`t see too many people saying that The Naked Cowboy should be thrown in jail. Do you all realize that these penalties are as harsh as the penalties for a first offense DUI (or OWI) in Michigan? It`s drating obscene.

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Male 1,505
"It was started in prisons for men to show their availability to other inmates. You get the idea."

Maybe if we spent more time publicizing this, this trend would die a little quicker.

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Female 4,197
hooray! now when i walk down the street i dont have to stare at someones plumber crack anymore!

.. if i lived in america..

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Male 118
That made we lol
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Male 1,111
Actually the sagging pants thing isn`t just a "fashion" statement. It was started in prisons for men to show their availability to other inmates. You get the idea.

Out on the streets, it can have gang affiliations, not always but sort of like the red and blue colors, people who are wearing them aren`t always in a gang, but in certain places they are.

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Male 606
Boredallthet:

Saggy pants, believe it or not, (This is true) started out as being a prison trend for relaying the sexual availability of one prisoner to another. As well, some schools enforce certain dress codes to prevent weapons being carried in the waistband of student`s pants.

boredfjord:

I hope such laws come into place where I live in Canada. Baring your @$$ in public is considered indecent exposure (or something along those lines)in most developed cultures. Pants are worn at the waist to prevent such occurrences.

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Male 928
Assuming this is real, it`s appallingly totalitarian. Legislating one`s own taste in fashion is absurd and unjust, especially when the punishment for deviance from the law is so alarmingly harsh. I`m quite ashamed that so many on here seemed pleased. Apparently oppression is acceptable when it suits your prudish, irrational, conservative notions of what an American citizen`s dress code ought to be.
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Female 5
Amen, davymid, sad but true...
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Male 2
This is so useless. Dr. Manhattan rarely wears pants.
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Female 5
Slmmhmmr:

I guess I didn`t realize that baggy pants made weapons easier to hide and access, although, it seems to me it`d be easier to hide a weapon in your waistband rather then in your exposed boxer shorts...I dunno, tho, cuz Im not a criminal and don`t carry weapons...neither is or does my fiance whose pants pretty much live within the "warning" level...

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Male 307
shaboinkin: "So they gonna pay their tax dollars on putting someone in jail for sagging their pants? Really? a year in jail? It ain`t cheap to be putting people in jail in the first place"


yeah. this is bull. ok yeah, it looks dumb, but a dratin law?

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Male 12,138
Good on you, America.

Was just reading this: "In absolute terms, the United States currently has the largest inmate population in the world, with more than 2.5 million or more than one in a hundred adults in prison and jails. Although the US represents less than 5% of the world`s population, over 25% of the people incarcerated around the world are housed in the American prison system. As a percentage of total population, the US also has the largest imprisoned population in the world, with 739 people per 100,000 serving time, awaiting trial or otherwise detained."

About time these heinous criminals with their baggy-pants-wearing felonies got locked up too. Ah, land of the free...

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Male 606
Boredallthet:
How is this any different from legislating that men can`t have hair past their shoulders? Or that women MUST wear their hair past their shoulders? I live in Michigan, 20 mins. south of Flint...yay for me, eh?

Kinda hard to hide an illegal weapon in your hair. Not as easy as hiding it in loose, saggy pants.

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Male 2,125
Finally! It`s about time they made a law against this sh*t.
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Female 142
Good old America!
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Male 5,314
ha. awesome
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Female 147
Quoted For Truth. I just looked it up.
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Female 5
How is this any different from legislating that men can`t have hair past their shoulders? Or that women MUST wear their hair past their shoulders? I live in Michigan, 20 mins. south of Flint...yay for me, eh?
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Female 147
Aaliyah sagged her pants. I think the first example should be called even. It`s all just very weird to me. Weird the law passed, and weird people would want to walk around like that. Except for maybe not having clothes that fit. Ridiculous.
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Male 4,238
Like the song says "the underwear goes inside the pants"
The same goes for young girls. Hip huggers sexy; underwear hanging out sluty
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Male 564
"Is it QFT what the kids say today? Then yeah QFT"

What does QFT mean?

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Female 66
i hate it when guys wear their pants like that..
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Female 2,509
trust me, with my butt, and many many others, give me mom jeans...with a belt
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Male 7,933
"Finally! NOBODY WANTS TO LOOK AT YOUR BOXERS IN PUBLIC.
Sillii - I think this should apply to thongs sticking out too.
Keep your @ss where it belongs: in yout pants."

In the words of todays modern philosopher, lil wayne, "It Ain`t Trickin if you got it", and my guess of your hatred for thongs would be "you ain`t got poo".

"lmao.....*wedgies primetimekin*"

*winces*

"Nobody cries about fascism when the law is reinforcing their own opinion."

Is it QFT what the kids say today? Then yeah QFT

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Female 410
"I may not be the biggest fan of baggy pants, but come on. A law? I`m sure this falls under freedom of speech."

Not unless your crack talks.

But yea, I`ve seen many women do much worse. In fact, I know from experience, with the low rise jeans you have to be careful when squatting or bending over. The alternative is mom jeans, and I just can`t fathom that.

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Male 524
don`t see why anyone thinks this is cool, i wouldn`t have had a law against it if it were my decision, but i don`t really care either way.
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Female 2,509
wait wait wait omg omg omg the "fashion statement" started in prisons because sometimes the uniforms were too big. sooo, society is gonna put them in a place where they will fit in! lol rofl lmao
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Male 137
Nobody cries about fascism when the law is reinforcing their own opinion.
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Female 168
Finally! NOBODY WANTS TO LOOK AT YOUR BOXERS IN PUBLIC.
Sillii - I think this should apply to thongs sticking out too.
Keep your @ss where it belongs: in yout pants.
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Female 1,148
Thank god there`s a place that takes that seriously!
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Female 115
Holy balls...that`s a bit steep.
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Male 814
lmao.....*wedgies primetimekin*
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Male 142
good game white man, good to see you`re still runnin the world
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Male 456
So they gonna pay their tax dollars on putting someone in jail for sagging their pants? Really? a year in jail? It ain`t cheap to be putting people in jail in the first place
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Female 331
Does anyone see anything wrong with this:
For a long time now, a lot of women have been showing their thongs and cracks, but no one really put a LAW against it.
Is it so bad for men to do it?
I may not be the biggest fan of baggy pants, but come on. A law? I`m sure this falls under freedom of speech.
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Male 7,933
ok, I`m at the warning level, I`m fine
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Male 131
Holy poo.
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Male 1,011
@Jasonbob, the reason they think its cool, is because the saggy pants thing came from prison. They would just give you clothes to wear, sometimes way too big.

Sadly a large portion who look up to prison thugs will be there with them soon enough. :P

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Male 614
Recently? This is pretty old, actually.
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Female 2,509
This should be a law in every state!
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Female 65
Ok, can we make this a world-wide thing? LOVE IT!
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Male 94
i heard they made this a crime in a lot of cities. makes sense to me.
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Male 931
LMAO
so much fail
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Female 157
AWSOME!
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Male 1,598
I`d say that anyone who has their pants hanging down below their butt has problems. I don`t get why they think it looks cool.
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Male 20,905
Link: Handy Saggy Pants Chart [Pic] [Rate Link] - This chart was recently published in the Detroit Free Press newspaper. Good information for you baggy pants wearers.
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