You don't have to be a brain surgeon to know thatMy guess is it's not a problem for you Pol... )
(I'm only comparing with the Robert Plant pic though)
Now enters the regional confusion. I took 'pants' to mean trousers as oppossed to Y-fronts/tighty-whiteys, boxers or other similar undergarments.Buy your undies from somewhere apart from M & S, everything they sell is cheap rubbish and wears out in 3 minutes flat, their socks, you don't even have to wear them and they develop holes !!!!!
Same difference, their suit trousers epecially ...... always used to buy 2 pairs as they wore out so quickly, disposable in effect but with a long lasting price tagNow enters the regional confusion. I took 'pants' to mean trousers as oppossed to Y-fronts/tighty-whiteys, boxers or other similar undergarments.
(we all know it means underwear in real english, though )
Haha. I reckon a shoe, an Italian salami, a pair of gym socks, a bread roll and he probably slipped the kitchen sink somewhere under there as well. He was a shameless hussy!if he didnt have on on each foot, I would've sworn he shoved one down his pants..