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

zipper-less, stretch fabric, front and back lidded pants
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- Monsieur Pantalon-Fou, if I may call you the “lidder” of LiD!, the maker of these revolutionary lidded pants, why have they become so popular?
- Oui, oui, I mean we, we managed to design such outrageous trousers that the youth segment took it as its own.
- Yes, I’ve noted that some wear them sans lids, displaying their underwear through the holes.
- This is not something we anticipated, except in the bathroom combined with lidded underpants, of course.
- To me, these LiD! pants look somewhat uncomfortable.
- Well, our first prototypes were not fun to sit on, but now with padding and soft plastic they feel like perching on a piano stool.
- And isn’t there a risk of a lid popping off?
- Ah, for the safety conscious, there’s the screw on lid model, and we have a special gym line with hard-to-screw-off lids for body builders.
- Now, here comes your daughter, Voilà Pantalon-Fou to show off lidded denims and all I can say is “Oo la la, big bun!”
FarmerJohn, Apr 10 2005

Mademoiselle Voilà http://www.geocitie...pringlespants.html?
[FarmerJohn, Apr 10 2005]


       Once you pop, the fun doesn't stop?

New meaning after I saw that drawing. Ooh la la!
AfroAssault, Apr 10 2005

       Hehe. This is odd.
finrod, Apr 11 2005

       FarmerJohn reinvents pole pants into a flatter, sexier trend. In other news, the Earth's magnetic polarity has reversed, and a large asteroid, named 'Wormwood' is found to be headed straight for the ocean.
RayfordSteele, Apr 11 2005


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