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Cognitive Dissonance : "Belt is holding up trousers" vs "Belt loop is holding up belt"

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Würkin Stiffs?

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I guess we'll get to "shoelaces holding shoe firmly on foot vs. shoe holding shoelaces taut on shoe" later.

If there is a plumber's crack when the person stoops or bends over then the second choice, belt loop holding up belt. is correct.
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I use this to hold my belt to my trousers, and then my trousers to my waist.

As a bonus, when I take off my pants at night, it's like getting a spot-specific waxing.
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You'd think if he was so obsessed with tiny details he'd have pulled his tie up properly.

 

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