Thursday, August 17, 2006
Dickies Takes a 'Crack' at Jean Redesign

"Dickies has redesigned its work jeans to tug less, shift more and improve comfort. Just don't say the pants defend against the unsightly blue-collar phenomenon known as plumber's crack.

They say there is a more "natural tilt" to the jean, featuring a lower front and higher incline in the back. But that's about as far as Dickies wants to go in discussing the backside of the pants. There will be no cute or subtle plumber references when Dickies begins marketing the jeans next year."

Personally, I kinda hope the jeans don't sell. Think about it, plumber cracks tend to crack smiles, or rather crack people up. Sure they are unsightly and at times downright gross, but they are fun!

Imagine having a bad day at work so you and a co-worker go out to lunch to rant about it. You're both raving angry and suddenly look up to the counter and see four guys in a row just like the picture above. Is there any doubt that your attitudes would be changed immediately?

Sure you may loose your lunch and your co-worker may spray coffee out of her nose trying to sequester her laughter. But you would surely experience the natural benefits of stress relief that laughter offers. Suddenly your Boss doesn't seem half bad, your entire day turns into a comedy of errors and your attitude perks up to the positive.

For this reason I believe we should support the right to sport a butt crack and Boycott Dickies jeans until they agree to stop the redesign.

Cleavage is beautiful!
Stumble It! .......posted by Margaret @ 10:44 PM  
  • At 12:22 AM, Blogger Elmo said…

    Cleavage kicks Crack ass every time.

  • At 12:23 AM, Blogger Butchieboy said…

    Dickies he he he...

  • At 10:15 AM, Blogger Reverberate58 said…

    Featuring a lower front? What? No crack but ugly belly flab instead? I want my crack back!!! LOL

  • At 3:07 PM, Anonymous Jean Kelly said…

    No, in theory the shirt will cover, but even if not, many big bellies are not flabby or ugly at all.

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