It's not classy or appropriate for court especially when you're trying to make a good impression on the judge but def. not worthy of 3 days in the clink.
He wore them to court and got three days in the joint just for the pants.
Now I get the saggy pants thing and I do believe I am of the generation where it may have spawned, but today's youth are taking it to another level entirely. It's not enough that they have pants 3 -10 sizes too large, but they insist on hanging the beltline below their damn ass-cheeks exposing their underwear. At least in my day we had enough sense about our hormone-enraged selves to wear longer shirts.
Last edited by VarianceVQ; 04-12-2012 at 07:55 PM.
Thoughts expressed are those of the poster and not those of some long dead guy who I choose to speak for me.
Every generation has stupid style fads that the previous generation will never understand, but there is a time and place to not look like a douchebag, and court is #1 on the list.
BAM. Tickets were upheld, and they both got to spend a little extracurricular time in the county facilities.
I crazy that they would do that. As stated; it does waste money, and really? What does it prove? They lock people up for the dumbest reasons. It shows that we really have no freedom. If I wana sag pants(which I do) I'm gonna do it. Hell, I do whatever I want. You only live once so do what you want and be happy. As long as you're not hurting anyone, who cares?
The Saggy Baggy was dumb, but proportionately, it had a certain inoffensiveness about it.
The new thing I see are kids who take their girlfriend's skinny pants, and sag them. So you get some dude, trying to look hard in his Saggy Skinny pants.
There is nothing redeeming about this trend.