Tale of Pants

By Shamus
on Dec 29, 2005
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Nerd Culture

Beware of engineers and their practical jokes.

My question: How much did these two idiots spend on this over the years? They claimed they were keeping it cheap, but you don’t encase objects in gigantic blocks of cement and have said mass of cement delivered for Chrismas without putting out some money.

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5Five easy comments.

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  1. Ruda says:

    Link is dead. I was actually interested in seeing what it was too!

  2. Ethorad says:

    Yeah, I just found this post and tried the link as well. Shamus’ post got me all interested … :(

  3. Lunafysh says:

    It was a link of these 2 brothers who sent the same set of moleskin pants back and forth each christmas

    http://www.snopes.com/holidays/christmas/pants.asp
    (Apologies in advance if this is incorrect)

  4. Snook says:

    Hey, I can test my gravatar in an old post. :p

  5. Ravens_cry says:

    And that’s the Brotherhood of the Traveling Pants.
    Very, very classic.

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