One size does not fit all, actually.
If only every history lesson could be like this.
Who knew butt fat was a good thing?
Saving your wardrobe one item at a time.
What you own and consume every day amount to astonishing numbers over your lifetime.
Go to the head of the class with one of these cool jean projects!
Gentlemen, look fly as hell by following these simple fashion tips. Your ass, and its many admirers, will thank you for taking the time to care.
The world’s leading experts on jorts finally speak out.
When life gives you jorts, make a jop top.
Get out your highlighter and take notes because getting the perfect pair of jeans is a long, arduous process.
Because you probably still have a pair of Mudd jeans somewhere in the back of your closet.
Trust us, this is what he wants.
Twitter users from Iran lashed out after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu offended many with comments he made on the BBC about…blue jeans.
Yeah, I said it. Shopping sucks.
“That’s fucking awesome,” says Levine, pointing to a pair of (presumably fitted) pants.
This will change your perspective on everything you wear.
Jeans were invented long before anyone wore boxers or briefs.
Jweats are just what the doctor ordered.
Warning: Viewer discretion is advised.
Or… thank her? IS THIS CHIC OR FREAK, I CAN’T DECIDE!!!
Do you have a 60-year-old pair of jeans lying around? Get that up on eBay, STAT.
Brb, printing this out and taping it to my closet doors.
Recycling is wonderful, but please remember: denim is for butts, not for shoes or plants.
Or is “tacky” a more apt adjective? You decide!
A guy welds a
missile rocket together on a frozen lake the salt flats, lights a fuse and runs like hell in this visionary blue jean commercial from Glenn Beck.
Mitt Romney is regularly accused of wearing “mom jeans” and President Obama is already famous for them. But just because they brought out their dad pants after SNL gave them a catchy name, they were hardly the only presidential candidates to wear them.
Pants that come with a built-in table so that you can eat wherever you go.
A set of ads from 1971 for Lee brand pants. I have no idea who green lit this ad or why. My only guess is that creepy lion mask is there only to detract from the ugly polyester slacks they’re hocking. (Via The Last Goddess)
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