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As has been noted in these hollowed halls of wisdom, youngsters these days have adopted the unsightly habit of revealing the tops of their underpants above the low waistband of their casual trousers. It appears that the hipness of the young person is proportional to the area of underpant thereby displayed.

We at MaxCo., being keen observers of young people's culture, have also noted the rise of the hooded sweatshirt, or "hoodie", in the modern lingo. It too, apparently, is held in high esteem as a mark of road-credibility.

What better, then, but to combine these two cutting-edge trends into a single garment? MaxCo's latest range of Hoodpants answers this previously unneeded need.

As you may well have inferred by now, Hoodpants are underpants with a rear extension which extends upward from the bottomic region, and ends in a hood which encloses the head. In one fell swoop, the hip youngster can be behooded and, at he same time, display the greatest possible area of underpant. How kewl is that, lolz?

MaxwellBuchanan, Sep 17 2015

Well, when you doff that for intimacy, don't forget to don this... Garter_20condoms
[normzone, Sep 23 2015]

skinny pants are in !! baggies...no more! https://www.google....ljcgCFch7PgodGFEKFg
[xandram, Sep 23 2015]


       Are we talking a hooded jumpsuit with the ass covering bit removed ?
popbottle, Sep 17 2015

       No. We're talking underpants with an extension that runs up the back and over the head.
MaxwellBuchanan, Sep 17 2015

       More of a hoodie wedgie, shirley ?
8th of 7, Sep 18 2015

       That particular style of which you speak is SO yesterday!
xandram, Sep 23 2015

       Will the hood element of this garment incorporate a baseball cap peak at the front, back or at the side of the wearer's head?
hippo, Sep 23 2015

       //SO yesterday!//   

       Yesterday is the new tomorrow.   

       We are also developing glovesocks - essentially a large X of material with glove-endings on the upper bits and sock endings on the lower bits.
MaxwellBuchanan, Sep 23 2015

       You can wear one on the front, and one on the back, to create a manwich.
MaxwellBuchanan, Sep 23 2015

       Farmerjohn used to illustrate his schemes like this. He set a pretty high bar. Max, bust out that Fosdick Flop and your drafting pencil and see what you can do.
bungston, Sep 23 2015

       Ah - would that I were graphically engifted...
MaxwellBuchanan, Sep 23 2015

       Well, if you do better with a sewing machine...
bungston, Sep 23 2015

       I find trousers sufficiently challenging after a few drinks.
MaxwellBuchanan, Sep 24 2015

       "Overwear" would be a highly apt name for such fashion.
4and20, Sep 24 2015

       [Ian] - the big hole goes at the top.
MaxwellBuchanan, Sep 24 2015

       Assuming you're the right way up when you start, yes.
MaxwellBuchanan, Sep 24 2015

       //I find trousers sufficiently challenging//   

       Take them off *before* you imbibe.
lurch, Sep 24 2015


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