Mmmmm.....how does one explain a 'sag'.......it's like when part of your body ends up in a different place. Usually, the combined effects of gravity and anno domini are responsible. Butt cheeks can reposition themselves in the rear trouser leg area, rather than the seat of your pants, pectoral muscles rest on the top of your expanding belly. Faces can 'sag' too, giving you the 'Deputy Dawg' look.
Since you don't know the word (or are pretending you don't know) Eric, jog vigorously for a few seconds (naked is best, but away from any windows).
If you feel any part of your body bouncing, or jumping up and down, it is 'sagging', and life as you once knew it, is over.....a friend told me that.
Apr 21, 2006 - 7:39AM
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Ive noticed I don't sit on muh wallet anymore,dats a sign as well!!
Alan....Do you think there's anyone on here that won't know who "Deputy Dawg" is?....I have a friend...."Real name Wayne"....who looks just like that....In fact we nicknamed him "Deputy Dawg"....It fits him so well that sometimes we tend to forget his real first name when we introduce him to someone for the first time....
At Delhi High School - the fashion capitol of, well, Delhi, sag is when some idiot's pants ar falling off their butt. That's usually about the time I offer some fashion tips:
"Pull up your ****ed britches, you idiot - nobody wants to see your cruddy underwear! If you're hve trouble keeping them up over your little spindle-butt, come on over here and I'll staple them to your waist!"
Aren't the kids lucky to have such a helpful, caring, an fashion-conscienced techer?
Can't remember the side-kick Ronnie, but he was always getting the run-around from Muskie the muskrat, and Vince the gopher.
Glenn, we can be cruel to our mates, I know.....this won't mean anything to you in the US, but the ultimate insult was given to one of my school-friends. We called him 'Plug' after one The Bash Street Kids from the Beano comic, Alvin might know who I mean. Davie was a dead ringer for the skinny, buck-toothed character, and would blub uncontrollably when we used the name. He's 50 now, isn't any prettier, but at least he's gotten used to the nickname!
Apr 21, 2006 - 1:44PM
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I thought Vince the Gofer WAS Deputy Dawgs sidekick. Funny enough, that is the VERY first cartoon I can ever remember watching. Was'nt there a sherriff with a HUGE white handlebar mustache who drove around in an old Model T type car?
Hey Alan, is that Beano comis the same one Clapton is holding on the back of the Bluesbreakers album?