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People are suspicious of men in trenchcoats with bare legs.
Or this is our suspicion here at BUNGCO. And often, rightly
so. Is there some way to sidestep these prejudices?
Introducing the Garter Belt with Suit Legs! (marketing
refused to help come up with a new name). This natty belt
real legs from a real Italian suit. Now luxuriate in the
comfort of an unfinished basement while projecting an air of
business like responsibility!
[pocmloc, Sep 12 2013]
In the neighborhood...
[normzone, Sep 18 2013]
||I found BUNGCO assless chaps comfortable and
of flatulence. Will Garter belt with suit legs similarly
conform to my daily needs of asslessness?
||We predict substantial sales of this product to M'Lord Buchanan's relatives, and indeed their domestic and domesticated animals.
||We can't say we approve, but it's certainly a nice little earner you've got here.
||We (and I use the term quite incorrectly - I refer
to the broader Buchanan family tree) developed
an alternative solution some time ago, by
inventing the kilt.
||Of course, we (see note, above) encountered a
certain amount of ridicule (most of it very short-
lived), until we (etc) hit on the idea of inventing
||When you create a culture (and again, I use the
term quite wrongly) whose principal attributes
include the incessant production of shortbread,
the playing of bagpipes, and an accent devised
especially to favour the hard-of-standing, the
simple matter of men wearing short skirts tends
to go unremarked.
||Of course, the whole thing has since gotten rather
out of hand, and led to the invention of golf,
which is most regrettable.
||I take my hat off to you, Mr [MaxwellBuchanan]. That was a brilliant piece of writing which made me laugh my socks off (I'm actually barefoot at the moment, but that's irrelevant to my point).
||As for the [bungston]'s concept, it does seem very interesting. I wouldn't use that myself, I'd rather be caught in the above mentioned kilt in the middle of a tornado, but I'm left wondering if it would have the same effect on women as a girlfriend with a short dress and no panties on a busy party...
||And I doff mine to you. And will overlook the "Mr".