The email claimed to be from DressBarn, but my instinctual mistrust of the denizens of the internet suggested to me it probably was porn spam. Because if there's any soft panting going on online, that's usually where it'll find ya.
Now do we tell someone to, "Put your pant on one leg at time"?
Do we talk about who "wears the pant in the family"?
After a big meal at the SuperPanda buffet, do we lean back in our chairs and exclaim, "My pant is too tight!"?
For my British friends, in a moment of dismay, are we required to exclaim, "Oh, pant!"
And if a film really sucks, must we proclaim, "That movie was pant!"
Also, I want to know if this applies to synonyms for the two-legged garments. Will we soon be up to our navels in "trouser"? On the weekend, will we slip into our favorite pair of "jean"? Do we now go to the meeting in one fashionable "slack"?
Is this some insidious ploy by the shirt and sweater marketing associations, who've secretly felt bitter all these years for having two sleeves yet being referred to as one piece of clothing, forcing them into being united for a single cause? Is this some sly chance to urge conformity among the soft cloth funnel wearing masses?
I want to know.
In the meantime, I glance suspiciously at the "headphone" on my desk and wonder. And wait.