How to be a douchebag without being a douchbag

When I first got my first pair of pants in high school, I was confused.

It felt like a pair of underwear, with some big gaping holes.

But I was also totally in love with the style, the material, the style.

The look was so much fun.

And then I saw how much more expensive and uncomfortable it was, and I was like, Oh, man, I need to get something with some holes.

I thought, This is so awesome.

It’s just going to be so easy.

So I bought my first pants online, and it wasn’t even as uncomfortable as the first pair.

The first pair was so uncomfortable that I was actually wearing it for two hours in the shower.

The next day, I went back for the second pair and it was still not as uncomfortable, so I kept it for another two hours and finally decided that I’m going to try to get a pair that has a hole in the crotch and a button to attach it to.

And so I got my second pair of jeans, and they were even better.

I was so happy to finally be able to wear pants that weren’t so big and bulky that I actually had to go through them once a week to get them comfortable enough to wear.

And it’s not just me; I think the same thing applies to men.

Men should wear pants in the same way that women wear pants, because it’s the only way they’re going to get comfortable and not get ripped off.

So if a man’s wearing a pair, he should be wearing a large pair of shorts or a tank top that’s a bit shorter than a tank.

He should be going for a pair with a hole or a button on the crotch.

And the last thing that I’d ever want to do is wear pants with holes.

It would be gross, so why bother?

It would just be a waste of money.

I think we have to give it up for women, too, because we need to let them have their own way of wearing things.

The truth is, I’m not a fan of men wearing pants, so if I were a woman and I wanted to be more feminine and go for something a little more feminine, I’d probably wear jeans and tank tops or shorts and tank bottoms.

If I wanted something a bit more masculine, I would probably wear a tank, because I think tank tops and shorts are really masculine.

But that’s just me.

So what do you think?

Are pants the answer?

Do you think we need a change in the way we wear pants?

Share your thoughts below!