Fine, Manton. Â I hereby retract my statement re. flatfront trousers and replace it with the the following. While there are flat front trousers designed to be worn at the natural waist, in general, they are designed to sit just above the hips, and significantly below the natural waist. Â This is the case for these particular trousers. Â You can wear them Steve Urkle style, above the natural waist, if you'd like, but you'd look like a dork and be mighty unconfortable to boot. Edit: It's Urkle, not Irkle, as Manton points out below.
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4/7/05 at 6:49pm