This is one of those excellent links that you hope will always be on-line somewhere, but that you know will soon disappear into the lost history of the web.
DKNY Men’s Leather Pants I Unfortunately Own
These were not cheap leather pants. They are Donna Karan leather pants. Theyâ€™re for men. Brave men, I would think. Perhaps tattooed, pierced men. In fact, Iâ€™ll go so far as to say you either have to be very tough, very gay, or very famous to wear these pants and get away with it.
They are size 34×34. I am no longer size 34×34, so even were I to suddenly decide I was a famous gay biker I would not be able to wear these pants. These pants are destined for someone else. For reasons unknown – perhaps to keep my options open, in case I wanted to become a pirate – I have shuffled these unworn pants from house to house, closet to closet. Alas, it is now time to part ways so that I may use the extra room for any rhinestone-studded jeans I may purchase in the future.
These pants are in excellent condition. They were never taken on pirate expeditions. They werenâ€™t worn onstage. They didnâ€™t straddle a Harley, or a guy named Harley. They just hung there, sad and ignored, for a few presidencies.
Someone, somewhere, will look great in these pants. Iâ€™m hoping that someone is you, or that you can be suckered into buying them by a girl youâ€™re trying to bed.
Responses to “An Unfortunate Decision. Bad Pants.”
New comments are disabled on this post.
This was quite a funny story but it makes me wonder why you would even own such a pair of pants if you are not gay or a biker. Makes you think, doesn’t it?
The male owner of a pair of these pants could be a no care kind of guy. I am sure he would have to be stinky, hairy, and trying to fit in.