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12 Ways To Look Ridiculous

Updated on June 21, 2015

 It's true. People do things that make them look ridiculous. They have their reasons, I suppose, for doing the bizarre things that they do. If they could see themselves as others do, they might think twice. Or not. It's likely they just don't care and view the world differently then the rest of us. As a people watcher, I can't help but wonder what drives these behaviors. I'll never know for sure. Following are some ways some folks choose to be ridiculous.

Low-Slung Pants -

This does not look good, guys. It makes you look like you have no legs and you sort of walk like you don't when you're wearing them. I don't care if your underwear are red or paisley or striped. No one wants to see them. Even your Mom doesn't want to see your butt hanging out like that. Also called "sagging" this fashion trend had its start in prison. Though I don't believe wearing your pants' crotch to your knees should be against the law, some communities have attempted to ban them. The "droopy drawers" bill rarely passes but the guy who wrote the song "Pants On The Ground" wasn't too far off.


Clothes On Dogs -

Your dog does not want to wear clothes. He is a dog not a doll. Dressing your pet up in cute little costumes and dresses should be embarrassing to you. It probably is to him. It is also very expensive and those that sell you dog duds are laughing all the way to the bank. It is something you do for you, not for the dog. Here are some of the clothing options available for dogs - pajamas, bathrobes, raincoats, sweaters, and holiday costumes. If you're walking your dog in his pajamas, you look ridiculous.


Hair Color -

When we think of hair color, we think of blonde, brunette, red head and all the hues in between. We don't think of pink or green or purple or a combination of them all. What? It's great to be an individual even to stand out in the crowd a bit. But blue hair is very smurf-like and not a flattering fashion statement. If you could match it to every outfit you wear there might be something in that. I don't know. If you really have to do that to your hair, it's probably best to stick to a solid color.


Gauging Ear Lobes -

If you have holes in your ear lobes big enough to toss a quarter through, you look ridiculous. Properly called stretching, this form of body piercing can take a long time to get right. There are health risks to doing this and if you change your mind later it might not be possible to get your ear lobe back complete. Outre may be in but ear lobe gauging is out. There are doctors who specialize in gauge ear lobe reconstruction and repair so doesn't that tell us all something?


Sunglasses -

Sunglasses are made to protect your eyes from the sun's glare. They are not meant to be worn at night. Wearing sunglasses to a nightclub is crazy. It tells everyone who sees you that you are trying way too hard to be cool. It makes them wonder if you're cheating on your girlfriend or picked up a case of pink eye. Driving at night with sunglasses is unsafe. Just because you paid an outrageous amount for your designer sunglasses doesn't mean you have to wear them all the time. Or maybe you just forgot to take them off.


What You Drive -

If you are driving around the city streets in a Hummer, you look ridiculous. You may look rich and powerful but at eight miles per gallon if you're lucky (see video below), not too smart. Hummers aren't the only boats on the street either. It can't be easy to park them and passing is out. You're like the wealthy bully of the roadways. You are partly responsible for America's dependence on foreign oil. If that all is not enough, driving a Hummer on city streets is as bad as wearing sunglasses at night.


Scent -

If long after you've left the room we can still smell your cologne, it's more than we need of you. There are both men and women who seem compelled not to just dab it on but to slather it. It doesn't matter how tasteful the scent is. Too much of it and it will hang in the air like a fart long after you have departed. This leads to people thinking they can taste it on their food or smell it in their own hair. It's not good. To avoid being ridiculous remember that just a dab will do it.


Body Type Dressing -

If you've got it flaunt it but if you don't have it then you look ridiculous trying to flaunt it. It's as simple as that. Nothing makes me cringe more than seeing someone with a belly-baring blouse when it is obvious that big belly shouldn't be bare. Good fashion means enhancing your body type whatever it may be. It is not attractive to see fat legs below a mini skirt or a spare tire over a belt. It is always a good idea to take a look in a full length mirror before you go out.


Cell Phone -

People use their cell phones to look ridiculous. Loud, outrageous ringtones contribute to this. If everyone around you jumps and looks when your phone rings, it's too loud. If we find out all about your plans for the weekend when you're talking to a friend then you are too loud. Though hands-free cell phone devices are common and widely acceptable, you often look like you are talking to yourself. This causes many misconceptions and you may find strange people responding to you even if you are not talking to them. A long musical introduction on your message machine is ridiculous and people will hang up.


Lawn Ornaments -

The bathtub Virgin Mary in your yard would be better served without the gnomes, pink flamingos and other odd creatures to keep her company. Too many lawn ornaments in your yard looks ridiculous. Gnomes aren't that cute and plastic flamingos are tacky. But if you feel better having these to adorn the neighborhood, it's best to keep it simple. They are supposed to compliment your landscaping, not take it over. That infamous cowboy silhouette painted black or the bent over butt painted with red polka dots are just not necessary. We won't even talk about holiday decor here.


Motorcycle Head -

When you get off and park your motorcycle and go into a store or building, it's best to take off your helmet. Walking around inside with it on makes you look like a bubble head. Maybe you're afraid your hair is ruined or that it's too much trouble for what you have to do but you still look ridiculous. You look like you are auditioning for a part in an alien movie. If you're just trying to let everyone know you're an easy rider, no one cares. The same goes for bicycle helmets. Your lime green spandex and functional helmet doesn't impress anyone.


Dressing Alike -

Couples really shouldn't dress alike. It isn't that cute. You are not twins. Recently, dressing like your significant other has become a trend among Hollywood couples. They can get away with it because they are rich. You're probably not. Besides most of those Hollywood couples are young. You're probably not. Wearing matching loud Hawaiian shirts and red pants at your age looks ridiculous. It's overkill. We know you're a couple and even if we didn't, who cares. Your everyday dress becomes a public spectacle. Let's hope this fad doesn't catch on.

If you wear droopy pants or walk around with a helmet head, please don't be offended by this Hub. You likely hear a different drummer drumming and there's nothing wrong with that.

For more irreverent commentary, here's another Hub -

. http://hubpages.com/_36otspfnata5l/hub/10-Most-Annoying-Driving-Behaviors

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      poetryman6969 2 years ago

      I feel sorry for those poor dogs.

      I do not understand eyeball tattoos.

      I do not understand women dyeing their underarm hair different colors.

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      Zachary Radach 2 years ago from Houston

      I agree that a lot of this is in poor taste and does reflect on the personality of the person, usually not well. However, I would say that overly-harsh judgements for people that do something that is just not congruent with the established "norms" of a culture that happen to be fairly benign is not a good habit to get into. Some have their purposes as well that people may be using strategically although you don't know it.

      Although I must admit I wouldn't do pretty much any of this (although I have been known to wear sunglasses at night if I must get up very early the next day so that bright lights don't keep me wired when it gets late... works pretty well, usually, in helping you go to bed a little earlier... although it obviously wasn't a "fashion statement" and I didn't wear them in public)

      Funny hub. Keep it up =D

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      Kelley 2 years ago from California

      Low-slung pants are definitely ridiculous. I'll be glad when that fad disappears! I only thing I think isn't ridiculous on this list is people coloring their head hair. I think women with blue hair, in particular, are very hot. Pink hair isn't quite as good, though, but what the heck. Later!

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      Artois52 2 years ago from England

      Great hub. I was only having a giggle, to myself, the other day about someones haircut. But, then I reminded myself that I used to have bleached spiky hair and wore trousers that has zips all over and straps strung between the legs. That was different though, we punks looked cool!

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      Ronnie Sowell 2 years ago from South Carolina

      Gives me an idea for a hub! Fun stuff!

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      John Hansen 3 years ago from Queensland Australia

      Very funny Suzie, but agree with everything you say here. We do put jumpers on our dogs in Winter though, but not as a fashion statement...lol. Great hub. Voted funny.

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      Suzanne Day 3 years ago from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

      I can totally relate to all this, especially the sunnies at night. What makes people do it? Isn't their face cool enough? Voted funny and +1'd!

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      suziecat7 4 years ago from Asheville, NC

      Thanks, Michele and Diesmiling. Glad you enjoyed.

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      David Angulo 4 years ago from Philippines

      I'm gonna laugh so hard if I'm going to see someone doing this ! I think I'll try to do something from this to make everybody happy ! Great hub ! :)

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      Michele Travis 4 years ago from U.S.A. Ohio

      I love this! What is really funny, well for me is that my daughter wants to make dresses for our dog. We are letting her do it, I think that making the dresses might be harder then she thinks.

      The fact that I was not drinking my coffee when I read this hub is a very good thing. It is not all over my shirt right now.

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      suziecat7 4 years ago from Asheville, NC

      Hi Jimmy - it sure does!

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      James Paterson 4 years ago from Scotland

      Low-Slung Pants -and Thongs sticking out of asses are my pet hate it just looks ridiculous.....jimmy

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      Angie Jardine 5 years ago from Cornwall, land of the eternally youthful mind ...

      Hi Suzicat7 - I’ve just found this hub and found it very funny. It’s the pants thing and the holes in the ear lobes that get me. Euuugh!

      But then I am old, what do I know? All kids think they are wild, different (huh, yeah right!) and invented sex ... I can remember it well.

      Just one thing though, one extremely beautiful and stylish young woman I used to work with, one that all the men chased, hated those droopy pants ... she called them (indelicately) 's**tcatchers’. Bet the guys didn’t know that ... gave me a good laugh though.

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      suziecat7 5 years ago from Asheville, NC

      50 - Great to see you and glad you enjoyed.

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      50 Caliber 5 years ago from Arizona

      suziecat7, I'm just out and about checking up on the writers I should have read sooner. I fell in on this with much enjoyment, I think I've broken a good number of these in the way back before they went to the popular list of things to do.

      The fall down pants are about as ridiculous as it gets it seems. I really enjoyed this as a far and few non political write it seems as it's the circle I'm in or getting predominant.

      Looking at the date I'm a year or better behind and see the"people of Wal-Mart" have filled in where you left off, this was/is much better and I can move on sans screaming "I'm blind"

      Thanks for entertaining me,

      50

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      Lori Colbo 5 years ago from Pacific Northwest

      Bravo for making me laugh by speaking the truth. I think the saggy pants are the worst. When I am out in public and see a guy like that I find my anxiety leven triple. I can't stand it. I find myself watching them like a hawk to see how far down the pants will slip before they pull them up. We usually think about their backside. I saw one guy from the front and his cow was dangerously ready to come flying out the barndoor.

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      lyns 6 years ago from USA

      LOL, thank you so much for this one it have me in stitches but it is so true... love it thanks so much for sharing love it, lol, you made my evening... thanks so much laughing is good for the soul you know....Thumbs Up and all the other goods

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      suziecat7 6 years ago from Asheville, NC

      Acts - Though I don't have any, I do like tattoos. But I'll agree, some of them are ridiculous. Thanks for reading.

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      acts238girl1991 6 years ago from Putnam, CT

      To funny, because it's so darn true! Missing from the list was the insane amount of tattoos that are plastered all over peoples bodies. Seriously, a "Red Socks" tattoo? Can't you just get a bumper sticker?

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      suziecat7 6 years ago from Asheville, NC

      Genegem - Agree.

      Rosemary. No you couldn't let your little dog be cold - I was attempting humor in this Hub and some people really do like pink flamingos in the yard. Thanks for reading and taking the time to comment.

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      Rosemary Sadler 6 years ago from Hawkes Bay - NewZealand

      OMG I can’t believe the cell phone in the ear lobe. I agree with most of your gripes especially the low slung pants; how anyone could think this makes them look attractive is beyond me. However I disagree with your take on the dog clothing. I knit doggie jumpers and sell them. Don’t they need to keep warm just like you through winter? My dog used to shiver with the cold, was, is it ridiculous to want to keep him warm, yep I even made a mini duvet for his basket too. Just to watch him shiver with the cold and not do anything about it is inhuman in my mind.

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      genegem 6 years ago

      Low-Slung Pants - makes guys look like dogs and even dogs have more self respect. Pants falling down usually means that the wearer either can't afford a belt or his brains are in the part of his anatomy being exposed.

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      suziecat7 6 years ago from Asheville, NC

      Glad you all enjoyed. Thanks so much.

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      ftclick 6 years ago

      The earlobe one is funny as are the other. Thanks for the laughs.

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      Brinafr3sh 6 years ago from West Coast, United States

      I totally understanding your point of view, about peoples ways of looking ridiculous. Clothes on the dogs that tops it, dogs have their own clothes called "fur". (vote up, and funny) Thanks Suzsiecat7

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      Barbara Radisavljevic 6 years ago from Templeton, CA

      I couldn't agree more. Thanks for the laughs. I was beginning to get used to seeing the young and foolish in their baggy pants, but it blew my mind one day at a buffet restaurant to see a middle-aged man with middle-age spread and a beer belly walking around with the droopy pants and belly hanging out the top. It was hard to believe anyone would want to treat the world to such a sight on purpose.

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      azure_sky 6 years ago from Somewhere on the Beach, if I am lucky :)

      LMBO...I know where to come for some comedy and info!! I am truly enjoying your hubs!!!

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      suziecat7 6 years ago from Asheville, NC

      So true, Bill. I've thought (and seen) so many more since I wrote this. Thanks for reading.

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      WillStarr 6 years ago from Phoenix, Arizona

      I would add straggly gray ponytails on old men. Grow up!

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      suziecat7 7 years ago from Asheville, NC

      Hi LakeShow - thanks - glad you enjoyed.

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      LakeShow T 7 years ago

      Suzie: Definitely one of the funniest hubs I have come across yet. But yet even in all that laughter, it was informative as well. Very well done and the dressing up of the dogs was downright hilarious!

      Very much worthy of a "funny" hub credit.

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      suziecat7 7 years ago from Asheville, NC

      Thanks - M.s.

      2patricias - I think we must do ridiculous things after a certain age.

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      2patricias 7 years ago from Sussex by the Sea

      Totally agree with all of these, especially the low-slung pants! However, the other day we were talking about what we will do with our hair when we get to be post-70 and we are thinking of going for outrageous colour. We reckon we will be past caring what anybody thinks, and it might embarass our kids.

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      M.s Fowler 7 years ago from United states

      You are very funny and intelligent!

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      suziecat7 7 years ago from Asheville, NC

      Paula - It's good for us to laugh, isn't it?

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      suziecat7 7 years ago from Asheville, NC

      Rebecca - It's great of you to visit my Hub. Glad it made you smile.

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      suziecat7 7 years ago from Asheville, NC

      Suny - you are not outdated. They are just ridiculous.

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      Paula Kirchner 7 years ago from Austin. Texas

      Very entertaining and right on! Lots of laughs!!

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      Rebecca E. 7 years ago from Canada

      this has put a much needed smile on my face and left me grinning toally agree with it! The pictures are awesome by the way!

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      suny51 7 years ago

      So true, and they are inventing more and more ways to look more funny and the dress sense seems so strange that makes me feel, I am so outdated.

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      suziecat7 7 years ago from Asheville, NC

      mshunt - I do tend to say what I think. Glad you could stop by.

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      suziecat7 7 years ago from Asheville, NC

      E M - Buddhas aren't so bad. Thanks for reading.

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      mshunt 7 years ago

      Wow, hat's off to you for telling it like it is. I especially liked the hummer comment and the earlobe comment. You took the time to say what I wish I had said.

      Great hub.

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      E M Smith 7 years ago from Kingston-Upon-Hull

      So true. I have to admit that I have a couple of buddhas in my garden.

      I also think men with balding heads and long hair at the back need to get it cut.

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      suziecat7 7 years ago from Asheville, NC

      Stacie - I keep seeing more all the time.

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      Stacie L 7 years ago

      I bet there's more than 12 ways to look ridiculous! LOL fun topic!!

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      suziecat7 7 years ago from Asheville, NC

      Dolores - Oh, me too. And if I was young again, who knows?

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      Dolores Monet 7 years ago from East Coast, United States

      susie - you hit the nail on the head with each one of your views. I was young in the 1970's so I know about people looking ridiculous. I often wore a pair of platform saddle oxfords, the bottom was wood. I had long blonde hair with the top chopped off like a crew cut. So not only do I know ridiculous, I are one!

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      suziecat7 7 years ago from Asheville, NC

      Sally - I am a people watcher. Thanks for reading.

      twhite - The dogs look so unhappy when they are dressed. Glad you could stop by.

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      twhite94 7 years ago

      The dressed dog was awesome either way. hahaha

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      Sherri 7 years ago from Southeastern Pennsylvania

      Top stellar Hub. You touched on stuff people don't want to talk about much, because either they are participating in it or trying to keep peace with their kids who are doing these things.

      About the phone in the earlobe. I never saw that photo before, but I guess it is an alternative to wearing that thing hung over your ear.

      You touched a few nerves in me, and while I'm all for individual expression and youth's experimentation, there is a time to grow up. Mostly, kids will (perhaps they will have to live with the consequences of disfigurement, and maybe that's a lesson) ...it's the grownups wearing those belly-revealing shirts who have no business doing so that scare me.

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      suziecat7 7 years ago from Asheville, NC

      Epigramman - I love your cat! Yes, it is human nature to sometimes be ridiculous. Thanks for reading.

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      epigramman 7 years ago

      funny and entertaining hub more about human nature than anything else .... and the reason I have my cat in this picture with me is so I don't look ridiculous!!!

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      suziecat7 7 years ago from Asheville, NC

      Chris - glad you enjoyed. Thanks for stopping by.

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      ChrisAdkins 7 years ago

      So good!

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      suziecat7 7 years ago from Asheville, NC

      Hi TJ - So glad you stopped by. She doesn't look too happy with her hair either. Thanks for commenting.

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      Peter Grant 7 years ago from McDonough, GA

      Love it, suziecat7! What is that hairstyle? More scary than beautiful!

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      suziecat7 7 years ago from Asheville, NC

      Moneylady - glad you enjoyed it.

      Skin Care Beauty - The pants thing gets to everyone - what are they thinking?

      Bladesofgrass - You are welcome. Thanks for reading.

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      bladesofgrass 7 years ago from The Fields of Iowa

      You hit the nail on the head with this Hub! LOL Loved every minute of it. I wish we got the tv show Nell was talking about! Thanks for the great read. :)

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      Skin Care Beauty 7 years ago

      This is great! I especially like the pants one... I have to laugh when I see the pants almost down to the ground.

      Very creative Hub!

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      Moneylady 7 years ago from Texas

      This is SO funny ... and they wonder why we stare ....

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      suziecat7 7 years ago from Asheville, NC

      Hi Trish - it's amazing huh? Glad you could stop by.

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      trish1048 7 years ago

      Ok, where do I start?

      Hate the droopy drawers. The ear lobe freaked me out. Used to work with someone who marinated in cheap smelly perfume. Didn't even have to see the person, you knew he was around. The dogs? well, I have to admit I thought the spider and the ghosts were kinda cute. Never understood someone's need to wear sunglasses at night, or in the office during the day. Know several people that I think would literally die if they weren't talking on their cell phone during working hours and some take them to the break room, the bathroom, and if they go outside for a break you can bet a cell phone is glued to their head. I wonder when it was that people simply have to talk all the time. Never bothered anyone pre-cell phone days! Sheesh!

      Fun hub!

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      suziecat7 7 years ago from Asheville, NC

      Thank you all for commenting. The low slung pants are ridiculous - there's no defending them.

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      valeriebelew 7 years ago from Metro Atlanta, GA, USA

      I laughed all the way through this, and haven't even watched the videos yet. I once had a pastor who said the guys in the low riding pants looked like they had taken a dump in their pamper. My nephew showed up at a funeral once, yes a funeral, with green hair. My brother, obviously a little ambarrassed, introduced him to a friend named Buck Green, with "Jarad, meet Buck Green, no pun intended." To the list of bikers who wear helmets inside, add resident intern doctors in training who wear their scrubs outside of the hospital. It shows that they are new to being med students and too proud of it. They are transparent in their pride and it makes people laugh instead of respect them. also, those scrubs are full of germs once they've been to the local pub, ha ha. (: v

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      Kelley 7 years ago from California

      I disagree about hair color. People should be able to wear whatever color they want, and guys should be able to wear wigs without people giving them funny looks, thinking their gay or whatever. However, exposing flab in any way is a definite turn-off. Please don't make me see that!!!! Later!

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      mquee 7 years ago from Columbia, SC

      You pretty much nailed this one. People go to extremes in trying to look ridiculous. People also need to know how and where some styles originate. The low slung trouser bit, originated in prison, where the person wearing trousers low was telling others that he was available. Very good hub.

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      Deep 7 years ago from In the middle of nowhere and worldwide but still that T.O.kid from da north of America

      Suziecat7 I love this hub, thanks for saying what we're thinking

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      suziecat7 7 years ago from Asheville, NC

      ralwus - Glad you enjoyed.

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      ralwus 7 years ago

      ROFLMAO that last picture pretty well sums it all up. I got a kick out of this one and whole heartedly agree. Good job. LOL

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      suziecat7 7 years ago from Asheville, NC

      itakins - I've seen pajamas in the supermarket way too many times. Thanks for reading.

      loriamoore - It's hard not to shout.

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      loriamoore 7 years ago

      Every time I see someone barely able to walk because his pants are hanging halfway off his butt, I want to shout, "Pull up your damn pants!"

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      itakins 7 years ago from Irl

      I don't know if this trend has arrived in or bypassed the US,but here in Ireland it appears to be Uber -cool to wear pyjamas to the supermarket and shops(for some people!)Not a good look either ,I think,especially when worn with a grubby towelling dressing gown ,as was the case with one fashionista I saw recently. Great entertaining hub.

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      suziecat7 7 years ago from Asheville, NC

      Nellieanna - thanks for the kind words.

      Peggy - sometimes I think nothing embarrasses some folks.

      Rochelle - thanks for reading. No, I guess butt-lift jeans won't work.

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      Rochelle Frank 7 years ago from California Gold Country

      Great examples. The phone in the ear is cringe-worthy.

      The ad I see on your page is for 'butt -lift jeans'-- guess that wouldn't work with the crotch-level pants.

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      Peggy Woods 7 years ago from Houston, Texas

      You came up with some excellent examples! I'm always waiting for those low slung pants to fall to the ground entirely. Wonder if THAT would embarrass the wearers of them? Ha!

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      Nellieanna Hay 7 years ago from TEXAS

      I've never seen a better, more thorough, well-presented article about the NO-NOs one's sensitivities are bombarded with on every side! If only people THOUGHT about the images they present - and about the offence to their poor pets! You're absolutely right - pets do not need or like to be dressed up! Maybe a sweater for a walk in cold weather - but costumes and ridiculous stuff to make them look silly is downright offensive to them and to folks who rea1lly care about animals! Thanks for a job well done, as well as some snickers along the way! Thumbs up - and rated UP!^

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      suziecat7 7 years ago from Asheville, NC

      Habee and reddog - glad you found it funny.

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      reddog1027 7 years ago from Atlanta, GA

      You took the words! right out of my mouth

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      Holle Abee 7 years ago from Georgia

      I'm still laughing!!

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      suziecat7 7 years ago from Asheville, NC

      Hey Dante2 - thanks for reading.

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      Dante2 7 years ago from Asheville

      Like, like, like!

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      suziecat7 7 years ago from Asheville, NC

      Faybe - I'm so glad you enjoyed it. I'm glad I found you too. Thanks.

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      Faye Constantino 7 years ago from Florida

      You are my new favorite! Oh I am rating you up, and I haven't even finished reading yet. I know you're a girl, so, do you have a brother, single, maybe late forties or older, who thinks like you? I like funny, and I love the videos, as well as the style.

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      suziecat7 7 years ago from Asheville, NC

      Yeah, James, but they look good on you. Thanks for commenting.

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      James A Watkins 7 years ago from Chicago

      I love this Hub! It is hilarious and like all great comedy—the truth. Wait a minute . . . I just realized I have sunglasses on in my avatar! :D

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      suziecat7 7 years ago from Asheville, NC

      Linda - glad you enjoyed my attempt at wit.

      Ictodd - thank you so much for stopping by. I also try not to make a spectacle of myself in public but who knows if I was young again.

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      lctodd1947 7 years ago from USA

      Well, this is pretty sound advice and you did well with presenting it. I agree with this...never dressed my dog except in the winter when it is cold. Would never try to match my spouse and definitely would not want to make a show of any kind in public. Greant article.

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      Linda Myshrall 7 years ago

      Suziecat7, What a great article full of humor and truth. I still can't figure out the droopy pants thing, and the ear guaging thing looks... painful. Definitely not my cup of tea. On the other hand, my generation went through a phase of wearing hip-huggers (talk about looking ridiculous) and halter tops (talk about looking even more ridiculous). I think I need to be quiet - people with glass dressing patterns shouldn't throw stones. ;) Great work. Thumbs up!

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      suziecat7 7 years ago from Asheville, NC

      Hi Tobey and hypnodude. Thanks for the thumbs up.

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      Andrea 7 years ago from Italy

      Usually I try to live and let live. But those dressed as in picture N°1 really make me to think about IQs. Like those with the cell phone in their ears, why not a carpenter spike in their brain?

      Thumbs up for the interesting hub. :)

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      tobey100 7 years ago from Whites Creek, Tennessee

      I think I'm guilty of most of the 12

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      suziecat7 7 years ago from Asheville, NC

      Thanks, Prasetio.

      Lovelypaper - who knows what they are thinking. It's too funny. Thanks for reading.

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      Renee S 7 years ago from Virginia

      The pants on the ground thing and the earlobe holes that are humungus are so stupid. Great job. What are people thinking anyway?

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      prasetio30 7 years ago from malang-indonesia

      I found something interesting here. Good work and thanks for share with us.

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      suziecat7 7 years ago from Asheville, NC

      Thanks, Mizsnow - I didn't know that. Thanks for stopping by.

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      Mizsnow 7 years ago

      Great Hub... Just a quick note on the Baggie pants and why they try to ban them in some areas. Gang memebers use these baggie pants to hide weapons so it was just a way for some areas to control how many weapons were on the streets...

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      suziecat7 7 years ago from Asheville, NC

      I'm so glad you all saw the humor in this. Thank you all very much for commenting.

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      Rose Kolowinski 7 years ago

      Very entertaining hub! I absolutely hate the saggy pants and I loved the guy on Idol singing the Pants On the Ground song! I'm with you on the hair colors - I don't even believe in dying hair to cover up the gray! And ouch, the phone in the earlobe is extremely hard to look at! Thanks for a fun read. : )

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      Norah Casey 7 years ago from San Francisco Bay Area

      Very funny hub. I'm allergic to most perfumes and colognes, so I found that section particularly amusing. My eyes are still watering from sitting next to a guy on the train who marinated in Old Spice before setting out to take on the world. : P