Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Big Pocket Pants

If you have a lot of stuff.
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The Big Pocket Pants are essentially a large denim bag with two ankle holes. The legs are put into the bag with feet protruding through ankle holes , and the top of the bag has a waistband and beltloops. A second, vertical belt runs down and between the legs, and is used to cinch up the bag to give better definition to the legs.

The entire inside of the Big Pocket Pants is available for stuff storage, with the exception of the space occupied by body parts. As the amount of stuff increases, the vertical belt can be loosened to allow more room within the BPP.

I invite someone with art privileges to illustrate the BPP.

bungston, Jun 09 2006

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Inspiration! [bungston, Jun 09 2006]

MC Hammer beat you to it. http://media.urband...arge/image-6376.jpg
Yeah - OLD Skool. [Letsbuildafort, Jun 10 2006]


       For you, [phlish], I have devised the Big Pocket Shirt. Like the BPP, the BPS is essentially a large denim bag, but it has no arm or head holes. It is placed over the upper body then cinched down around the waist. One or more claustrophobic schnauzers may then be stored in the BSS, at the discretion of the wearer.
bungston, Jun 09 2006

       No arm or head holes? what would be the point of that?
BJS, Jun 10 2006

       I shudder to think at what MC Hammer was carrying around there back in the '80s.
Letsbuildafort, Jun 10 2006

       um, i can see just the standard bpp being rather painfull with only a keyring. without anything keeping contents in place, you sit down ant you keys are embeded in the back of your leg.   

       what do you have against [phlish] though, that you would contain him in a denim sack with a claustrophobic anything?
tcarson, Jun 10 2006

       His legs would stick out. He could still dance.
bungston, Jun 11 2006

       You could be a modern-day Threepwood.
nick_n_uit, Jun 12 2006

       threepwood's pants never seemed full of stuff, stuff just showed up when it was needed.
tcarson, Jun 13 2006


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