connundrum wrote: »
*please note that this post took 15 minutes to write, I had to stop midway for a dump. I feel it added extra emotion to the whole episode
syngindub wrote: »
who calls them pants ?
pants are jocks !!
shockwave wrote: »
No they're not only people in the UK say that, the rest of the world pants = trousers
"garment for men, covering the lower body and each leg separately," 1610s, earlier trouzes (1580s), extended from trouse (1570s), with plural ending typical of things in pairs, from Gaelic or Middle Irish triubhas "close-fitting shorts," of uncertain origin. Early recorded use of the word indicates the garment was regarded as Celtic: "A jellous wife was like an Irish trouze, alwayes close to a mans tayle" . The unexplained, unetymological second -r- is perhaps by influence of drawers or other words in pairs ending in -ers.
people in the UK? I dont think ive ever heard an irish person call trousers 'pants'
I have never called trousers, pants in my life
Pants are jocks or pantaloons