Do people realize when they bend over and their pants are too low that you can see their butt crack?
Do the not care?
Haha, great question. Some people who are overweight, I think they are probably unaware, simply because many tasks are difficult for them, the heavier they are. But, the attractive ones who do it, I guess they just think, well, they are attractive so that part of them is, too.
I don't know if they are aware of it, but boy I've seen some very gruesome sights when pants crawl down their backsides!
In Scotland they call it 'builders bum' but it's definately not just builders suffering from it! I've seen very young women leaning over and exposing all to the world - underwear, tatoos, crack in the bumb, the lot! Then they spend a good couple of minutes yanking it all up! Yuck!
Tell me about it! There's a guy at work(not fat, either) who bares his crack to the wind every time he leans over slightly---and it is so unsightly! And I wonder to myself; how does he not feel a cold draft in there? Maybe he likes the sensation.
My butt-crack, on the other hand, has never seen the light of day---not that you cared to know that. lol
You'd think they would feel a cool breeze or hear the whistle of the wind blowing down the canyon wouldn't you?? I'm fairly sure they are oblivious tho'. Either that or they're into torture.
I wrote a hub on this previously. Of course they are aware of it. It doesn't matter if fat or skinny; bootylicious or barely there. First of all, its tacky when women do this, but its worse with the men because without fail it is always the fat sloppy ones that are showing plumbers butt that you REALLY don't want to see!
However, it is more annoying when women do it, or allow it, because I can tell you that EVERY time my pants drop to where something could be showing, I know it, and immediately pull them up. And yes, they can feel the breeze. I had a pair of hip huggers that I was fighting with every time I sat down because it could it slide down & I could feel the airflow, even while in my car, which is why I was fighting with the pants to pull them up prior to stepping out of the car.
Let's just face facts. The people that walk around like they are oblivious simply don't care, are people of low class and reputation, or are exhibitionists.
I have often wondered about this when I see people with this "picture" portrayed to the world. Perhaps they have no clue? I can't imagine being able to feel the cold air on your back without wanting to cover it. This goes along with all the people who wear their pants half way down their hips. All of it takes some art in keeping them up.
The ones I have come across - seems that they know for sure, its just the way they want it. Frankly overweight or not, it doesn't look nice at all.
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