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Pants Horn

better than a butt horn
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An oversized double shoe-horn used to help one into a pair of tight pants.
nuclear hobo, May 12 2007

Complete your outfit ! Shoe_20Horny
[normzone, May 12 2007]

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       Which bits of one?
MaxwellBuchanan, May 12 2007
  

       I thought that would be apparent.
nuclear hobo, May 12 2007
  

       I quite like the idea of a pants horn, though I tend to wear my own trousers about 3 sizes to big +
xenzag, May 12 2007
  

       sp: too   

       you're a clown!   

       <treads on your big feet with my big feet>
po, May 12 2007
  

       Actually, I will vote for this if you change the spelling to "Pantshorn". It looks more interesting that way, like some venerable word whose spelling and pronunciation have drifted eccentrically apart over the years.
MaxwellBuchanan, May 12 2007
  

       I thought this would be an idea for a new kind of codpiece.
jutta, May 13 2007
  

       That would be the hornpiece.
nuclear hobo, May 13 2007
  

       I thought this would be a device similar to a car horn to help one get through crowds.
Spacecoyote, May 13 2007
  

       That would be the butt horn.
nuclear hobo, May 13 2007
  

       Oh, why not? After all, we have plenty of things to help get one out of their pants.
Noexit, May 14 2007
  

       Gr: "to help get one out of one's pants."
MaxwellBuchanan, May 14 2007
  

       That's the first time I've seen the abbreviation 'gr' for grammar in this context; I rather like the way it simultaneously corrects the grammar and growls like a dog.   

       I can imagine the invention being a bit awkward to use; it would invole holding behind your back, would it not?
dbmag9, May 14 2007
  

       //invole// that has to win our Useful New Verb of the Week award.
MaxwellBuchanan, May 14 2007
  

       //I can imagine the invention being a bit awkward to use; it would invole holding behind your back, would it not?//   

       It couldn't possibly be any worse than trying to cram your ass into a pair of pants three sizes too small, although a long handle would help.   

       In hindsight, I should add that I have no trouble at all getting into my own pants, and that this idea came to me while ... oh, nevermind.
nuclear hobo, May 15 2007
  
      
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