It's the Jersey Shore, no doubt, but Wildwood's mayor doesn't want the stereotypes that come along with it. And saggy pants, he said, do nothing but perpetuate the negative stereotypes that come with a summer "down the shore."
That's why the mayor of Wildwood, N.J., is leading the charge on a saggy pants ban on the beach town's boardwalk. "Their whole rear ends are sticking out," Mayor Ernie Troiano Jr. said. "These kids have no respect for anyone including themselves."
Locals are "extremely offended" by the saggy pants. "We welcome everyone here, we don't discriminate against anyone," he said. "But what about my rights not to have to see your rear end?"...
A good first step, that is sure. Next step is to ban women from wearing pants, and from men getting dressed up as women! Then we will know that the good governor is on the right track of biblical morality.
Even when I was a kid I thought the lookwwas not only ridiculous, but why would anyone want to have to keeo their oants from falling down every 3 seconds? Reminds me of how Justin Bieber is trying to act. 130lbs of nothing yet he acts like he's the baddest dude in the planet. That's what toi much money does. I always thought, for me, that winning the lottery might be a bad thing because I wouldn't want to risk the newfound wealth changing my priorities.