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  • Exactly. I avoid the Pants Dance at all cost.

    November 12, 2008

  • Right. And then you have to do the Pants Dance.

    November 12, 2008

  • I do it one leg at a time, but I know people who do it two legs at a time. The trick is having somewhere to sit while doing so. Right, plethora?

    November 12, 2008

  • I put mine on two legs at a time. Is that weird?

    November 12, 2008

  • Two legs at a time, reesetee?

    November 12, 2008

  • Frindley, I'm with you. Where did it come from, and when is it going away? I put pants on two legs, not one! Grr.

    November 12, 2008

  • See Italian pantalone, forbice, capello. Ugh.

    November 12, 2008

  • One of my flatmates used to speak like this. Example -

    Me: 'Hi, what's up?'

    Jerry: 'Look at this! I bought a new pant today!'

    But he was a Malaysian-Indian, and at the time comporting himself - in guise of chef number 2 at the Pancake Parlour, Downtown ... 'how would you like it, baby?' - under severe delusions that he was God's gift to the women of Melbourne, with David Jones' blessing.

    November 12, 2008

  • Clothing retailers seem to have decided that "pant" singular is the way to refer to the two-pronged garment one wears on one's legs. As in, "jacket $250, shirt $95, pant $125". But I've yet to hear of anyone "being caught with their pant down", or "pulling on their pant in the morning", or "ironing creases in their pant". Where does this nonsense come from? Will it die a natural death?

    November 12, 2008