Well, it's about time. Those clever, forward-thinking members of the Virginia State House of Delegates are well on their way to cleaning up crack in the fair state of VA. Personally, I don't see what the fuss is about. I mean, low-rider pants are SO last year anyway.
Anyhoos, that's right, people, you will be fined $50 if you dare-- DARE, I say!-- wear low-riding pants that publically expose your "below-waist" underwear, or more importantly, what is under your underwear, in a "lewd or indecent manner" in Virginia. I say, hallelujah, forever and ever, amen! If I have to see one more fat chick squeezed into a pair of three-sizes-too-small jeans, with so much butt-crack showing you can hear an echo, I will vomit right into the cavernous depths of said butt-crack. Honestly. Those pants only look good on girls with zero body fat, ladies. I'm just sayin'.
Hey, if the bill passes the Senate, I guess we won't have the likes of Britney Spears, Tara Reid, Lindsay Lohan, or even Cameron Diaz, showing-off their latest waxings here anytime soon. *sigh* Wait. Does this mean no Justin Timberlake or Puff Daddy in the hizz-ouse? No Paris Hilton?
Oooooh, maybe next they'll pass a law banning UGG footwear! Awesome. I can see the slogan now: UGGs On Your Feet, You Take The Heat! (I know, I know, I SO should have gone into advertising!)
Excuse me while I go write my congressman.
ETA: Oh, sure. Typical. ONE DAY after I post this, the VA Senate kills the bill. WTF?! Because it was "embarrassing the state"? There was too much "negative publicity"? Please. Hmmm. Good thing I didn't take that bag of low-rider jeans to Goodwill...
- Cat commented:
Oh, sure. Typical. ONE DAY after I post this, the VA Senate kills the bill. WTF?! Because it was "embarrasing the state"? There was too much "negative publicity"? Please.
Hmmm. Good thing I didn't take that bag of low-rider jeans to Goodwill...
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