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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-29-2010, 03:39 PM Thread Starter
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Unbuttoning your pants after you've eaten too much

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ZipHolder Keeps Your Pants Zipped When Youíve Eaten Too Much


By Chris Scott Barr

Have you ever sat down to a meal thatís so delicious that you canít stop eating? Sure, itís not something that I do very often, but Thanksgiving dinner and those ďall you can eatĒ pancake dinners really test my self control. Itís during these times that my pants always seem to fit a little too tight. Unbuttoning them always seems like a good idea, until I remember that the zipper will just come undone, leaving me somewhat exposed. However, a new scientific breakthrough may change all of that.

Alright, ďscientific breakthroughĒ might be something of an exaggeration. The ZipHolder is actually this little strap that goes between your zipper and button. This gives you the comfort of unbuttoning your pants without the indecent exposure. If youíve got a belt on, no one will even notice itís there. Simple, yet effective. At $7 itís cheap to boot.
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sheesh, the US is full of fatties.

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You've never heard the term "eatin pants"?
The real pros know to wear their sweatpants when going to the Old Country Buffet, then again the Old Country Buffet patrons wear sweatpants almost exclusively anyways.

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The real pros know to wear their sweatpants when going to the Old Country Buffet, then again the Old Country Buffet patrons wear sweatpants almost exclusively anyways.
...and they call it 'dressing up to go out'.

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