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They are referred to as “homo slackass-Erectus” created by natural genetic downward evolution through constant spineless posturing, and spasmatic upper limb gestures, which new research has shown to cause shorter legs and an inability to ambulate other than in an awkward shuffling gait. The "drag-crotch" shape also seems to effect brain function. Expect no eye contact or intelligent verbal communication. . Unfortunately most are highly fertile.
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Yup, have noticed them all over the sides of the road lately.
They do move extremely slow and do not seem to become erect even as the cars miss them by inches. I have noticed this seems to be their only mode of transportation, moving about as fast as the proverbial slug or three toed sloth.
I also have heard they are contagious, and even seem to reproduce at an amazing weekly rate. (Hence the fertility ability)
New... This started in the 90's where have you guys been? This phenomena was began by a young rap by the name of Kriss Kross. They started the trend in the early 1990's wearing their pants down towards their ankles and sometimes backwards. Now, just about every rapper you see on TV does it and it's become a style that has been embraced by our younger generation within the hip-hop culture. There are different degrees of "sagging." Some extreme as you see in those pictures in the OP, and others more subtle that the common eye wouldn't notice due to how the rest of the clothing is being worn.
Just wanted to give a little insight on where this all came from... Definitely not new. Most women hate it. But they hate the extreme version, the subtle version is often accepted because no one knows it's there besides the person doing and those who also do it.
Kriss kross started the sag? Not so sure about that. What I do know though is....The MAC DAD will make you jump, jump!!
No one did that in the 80's it was unheard of. Kids started it in the early 90's when they saw Kriss Kross doing it. TLC was in on the big saggy clothes as well if you remember them. Who they got it from behooves me but people usually do what they see people on TV doing. They began the trend and made it acceptable within that culture.
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