Cotton Rinkenbolts: I see some of this has been covered, but I'll add my two cents. I'd be okay with this if, and only if, the following articles of clothing were also targeted:- Jorts- Any type of short worn with crew socks and tennis shoes- Overweight men wearing tank tops or shirts with cut off sleeves- Overweight women in yoga pants or any type of stirrup pants- Polos with horizontal stripe patterns- Any item of clothing with a camouflage pattern that is not specifically for hunting (i.e - a camouflage t-shirt with a Cabela's logo)Seriously. I cringe more at the fact that most of the people I know in the surrounding Milwaukee area suburbs can't put together an outfit that doesn't include farking jorts worn with white crew socks and New Balance tennis shoes topped with a baseball hat. It's as if they require one of those items of clothing to survive. At least when I see saggy pants I can have a laugh about youth fashion statements and recall the days of tight rolling my jeans and wearing Hypercolor shirts.
JuggleGeek: There are already public indecency laws. If those don't apply, then the government has no business acting as fashion police.That being said, when you wear your pants around your knees, you look like a farking idiot, and I reserve the right to treat you like a farking idiot, or laugh at you, or make jokes at your expense. What are you going to do, chase me down and beat me up? You can't run, because you're a farking idiot who doesn't know how to dress yourself.
BarkingUnicorn: What is the origin of this "fashion statement?"
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