Thank God for legislators, for a new scourge has reared it’s ugly head.
New York State Senator Eric Adams is getting to the bottom of it. It seems that New Yorkers just won’t pull their pants up, and the Hon. Mr. Adams has just the solution: start an ad campaign to educate the peasants on the proper way to wear pants.
According to the campaign ads, this student has a 1.0 grade point average and suffers from low self-esteem all because of his pants.
So how to combat this problem of young Brooklyn males with low grades and low self-esteem exposing their underwear? Put up billboards of young Brooklyn males with low grades and low self-esteem exposing their underwear. Pure efficient brilliance.
The campaign is titled “STOP THE SAG!” and it’s only a matter of time before the Screen Actors Guild files a defamation lawsuit. Here’s the companion video that describes it all:
I don’t know about you, but when I see some baboso walking around in public with his chonis hanging out, the first things that come creeping into my mind are not ethnic and racial stereotypes. But to be fair, the “Don’t Be A Nut, Cover Your Butt” advertisements only cost the Senator $2,000 of his unspent election campaign funds, and a billboard company got paid.
Once this crusade achieves its lofty goal, I hope the Senator is ready for the next wave of juvenile clothing rebellion. I’ve already got a slogan ready: “You’ll Be A Hunk When You Cover Your Junk.”
Did someone say “Open Thread?” Pull up your trousers and have at it.