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    Whenever I see this I just want to deck him as hard as I can and run.


    Lol not like he could catch you.

    I don’t see the appeal of this shit, or skinny jeans while we’re at it. Also the douchebaggyness of people with pre-ripped jeans…


    I mean like a full on blindside tackle right into the dairy section. If I get caught it would be worth it.


    So I heard somewhere that this trend in fashion was developed to hide guns.

    I don’t know if that’s accurate or if it’s just racist propaganda, though.


    Actually this trend was started in prison. Homosexual prisoners started wearing their pants below their waist line with their butt crack exposed as an advertising tool to alert their fellow inmates that they were “open for business”. Seeing how 90% of the U.S. prison population is black, once it caught on inside the prison system, the trend made it’s way into the thug / criminal culture outside of prison, and we eventually got to the aforementioned picture. As a side note, I bet the reverent Martin Luther King, Jr. would be so proud of where black culture is today after… Read more »


    That doesn’t make sense to me. Why would black men outside of prison copycat a style that was a mark of homosexual behavior?

    Dyon 86

    they just thought it was bad ass.


    right… black prisoners thought a style that was used as “advertisement” by homosexual prisoners was “bad ass”… i believe that… 8/


    Great question, Korinthian! The reason being is that a criminal / thug lifestyle is practically worshiped in today’s black culture. If it was being done in prison, the inmates who were eventually released from prison started wearing their pants in a similar fashion on the streets, except the concept behind it’s use on the outside was not to advertise that they were homosexuals, but as another form of fashion rebellion against the normalized (pants worn appropriately. shirt tucked in, neck tie, etc) white culture that has been seen as “the great oppressor” of blacks and their culture since late 1960’s.… Read more »


    I googled it. Another hypothesis is that the trend is inspired by prison clothes that were sagging because inmates were not allowed belts.


    So if I say “fuckit, I’m not even going to wear pants anymore” will black people give me mad props?