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Pants-less Chinese women

Hangzhou, China04.24.2007Check out this statue checking out this girl.Yellow wine vendorXiaoxing alley scene There seems to be a new phenomenon around China in which many girls have ceased wearing pants. I am not joking. I don’t know if they just forget to put them on or if it is the new style, but girls are [...]

Hangzhou, China
04.24.2007

Check out this statue checking out this girl.


Yellow wine vendor
Xiaoxing alley scene

There seems to be a new phenomenon around China in which many girls have ceased wearing pants. I am not joking. I don’t know if they just forget to put them on or if it is the new style, but girls are walking around without pants on. I saw this one lady the other day walking down the street with just a long button up shirt on with nothing else underneath- I watched her, out of sheer curiosity of course, and spyed her underwear beneath her shirt. She was not wearing pants. Is this the new height of laziness or am I suppose to be attracted? Two American girls that I know also picked up on this trend…they now show up to school without pants on…but I think that they are just lazy. Too lazy for pants, man, this is an interesting country. I will run around with Mira on the next sunny day and take photographs of this new breed of pants-less women, as I do not feel as if I will be believed otherwise.

Filed under: China, Clothing

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