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People who wear pinstripes never wish ill, do they? :D

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Posted by eishiya on May 25th, 2016, 12:07 pm. Reply

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THOSE ARE POSH PANTS 8I ...I know I should call them 'posh trousers' but it doesn't sound that fun, besides I'm pretty sure he has equally posh pants under hiss posh trousers anyway...

AND SPEAKING OF UNDERWEAR, unconscious dude, didn't your parental figures tell you to keep your hands away from your bits when asleep ...or unconscious. Though it's not like he has a blanket so that's fair game? Anyway, that is the most indexy index finger since WWII posters.
Posted by Oly-RRR on May 25th, 2016, 5:31 pm. Reply

Pantaloons

@eishiya: Pantaloons, perhaps, to cover his shrunk shank (calves look healthy, but the upper legs seem thin)?
Posted by Honzinator (Guest) on May 26th, 2016, 10:40 am. Reply

@Honzinator: Perhaps he's proud of his creepy thigh gap. Or maybe they just don't sell pinstriped pantaloons in Dunnin D':
Posted by eishiya on May 26th, 2016, 1:23 pm. Reply

Pantloons, thigh-gaps, and male fashions

@eishiya: We shall have to read on to learn ... or perhaps infer.
Posted by Honzinator (Guest) on May 26th, 2016, 5:01 pm. Reply

@Honzinator: I just now finally understood why you mentioned pantaloons! I thought you were suggesting that he should wear them. The widened black bits at the sides aren't pantaloons, but his jacket (with a slit in the back, which is why we can see between his legs). I can see how it'd read as pantaloons now, though. If I were to draw pantaloons, they'd not be so subtle ;D
Posted by eishiya on May 26th, 2016, 5:33 pm. Reply

Pantaloons and the bard

@eishiya: Good one, but no, my inspiration was your choice of words, which reminded me of Shakespeare, and got me into playing with words.
Don't overthink it, I was just enjoying your work and myself.
Posted by Honzinator (Guest) on May 26th, 2016, 5:34 pm. Reply

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