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What are YOU going to do with your "fat pants?"

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Old 03-12-2003, 03:32 PM   #1
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Some talk on another thread has got me thinking. I am looking for some funny, wild and outrageous, or actual creative thing we can do with all of our fat pants...I would love to hear your ideas!
My ideas so far:
1.) Put them up on our flagpole
2.) Use them as a sail on a boat
3.) Put them in the paper shredder a piece at a time
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Old 03-12-2003, 04:34 PM   #2
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How about startch them really good and use them as a big flower pot.
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I have a wrap denim skirt in my old size that my daughter used as a blanket......not kidding

Thank goodness that thing is gone now.

Forgot to add, my daughter is almost 17, not a toddler!
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Great thread! Your ideas are a hoot!

How about stuffing them with straw and using them for a really scary scarecrow? Or if you don't need a scarecrow, paint a target on the butt and use it for archery practice...

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I am so glad I started this thread-you guys are cracking me up!
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You could always stuff them, add an old stuffed shirt, a ball for a head, put a hat on the ball & place the whole assembled 'person' in the passenger seat of your car - then you'll be able to use the high occupancy lane on your way to work!

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OO, good idea, Elaine. Or you could tie the leg openings shut, fill them up with helium and launch them for weather balloons!
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Hey why not sell them on eBay???? I have a few items up now and plan to put up lots more. May as well try to make a buck out of this!!!

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