WARNING: This blog is ritten in Bear English, wich is phonetic. An that is mor than yu can say abowt the werd "phonetic".

Friday, October 27, 2006

PANTS!!! part 2

Yesterday's scores:
  • Gills: no
  • Simpsons: yes
  • Tesco: no , not since Tuesday :@( getting withdrawal symptoms
  • Nose Hugs Surprizisity Score: 10/10
  • Day Score: 7.8/10

I hav reseeved a message from sum very confewsed Bears in Amerryka. You can read it on the end of this post here. I thort that my post on pants helpt explain sum ov my fascination wiv these little objects of joy, but it seems i have just confewsed sum peepol (and Bears) even mor. Sorry 'bout that.

OK, to make things a little clearer for my Merrykan cuzzins, here is my British PANTS identity chart:

I hope this helps.

I am going away in the morning, to Granny Sheppey's, till Sunday. Study this wallchart till then an see if it helps. If not, let me know. I hav mor to explain on the subject, not least frolicking, making a hammock, etc. But study this chart an yu should know what we're talking about when we get to that level.

Bye fer now!


Anonymous said...

gosh Bob such patience and youve gone to great lengths to aid and assist understanding on the pants issue.............Your drawings are very clear and concise leaving no gusset unturned so to speak......Really looking forward to further information and maybe illustrations on the serious matter of pants...........Hope you had a lovely weekend, will miss you whilst your away............Great art work yet again..

Bear hugs

Audrey (not a bear)

B.T.Bear Esq. said...

TEE hee he he heee e heh hehehehe.... no gusset unturned... hehehe

Margaret said...

WOW Bob you seem to know a lot about Ladies' pants. I suspect you go along when your mumy goes shopping and then peek out of her bag when she's buying undies-??? COme on, little bear, confess! How else would you have such in depth knowledge?!!! Another mystery though is how you know about my grey comfy ones....ahem!

Anonymous said...

Hi From America...More About Pants. [Post by Quirky The Bear] Hey-Yo Bob! I read with interest your discussion on pants. Just a note to say, thanks for explaining it all so clearly. The illustrations were particularly helpful. Just a note...in America, we call them underpants, or undies. Ladies often call theirs panties. And men often call theirs shorts. Or boxer shorts, or briefs. Also white briefs have been called tighty whities. During the 1960's or so, there was a fad in American colleges for the boys to raid the girls dorm rooms and steal their panties. This was called a "Panty Raid". A favorite scene from an American movie called "16 Candles" is when the Geek borrows Molly Ringwald's panties and shows them to the other boys in the boy's bathroom after charging them a buck. When Molly is told of this over the phone the next day, she almost brings down the house when she screams! Another piece of American folklore is this little childhood rhyme, which is said when one child spys another child's underpants..."I see London, I see France, I see someone's (or insert the other child's name here) underpants." So, this just goes to show that Americans can also be obsessed with these objects. And it's also well known that young women sometimes throw their panties onstage during rock concerts. Phil Collins of Genesis once was interviewed leaving the stage at a concert, with an assortment of panties in his hands. He showed them to the cameraman, and said, "I could open up a Lingerie Shop with all of these I've collected over the years." I wonder what he did with them when he got home?! I hope this adds to your vast knowledge of Pants. Maybe now I'll attempt a pants fling in my Mum's undies drawer! Hey, that's funny. They're also called Drawers! The Drawer Drawer! My Mum's little brother used to be called "Droopy Drawers" because his pants were always falling down to his knees. Ha Ha. Ha. Teddy Bear Greetings From America...Quirky The Bear.