Odd question. Approximately six inches below my bellybutton. I suppose you would say slightly above my hips but slightly below my waist line? Idk..Put it this way, I dont like like Urkel and I dont look like a plumber.
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UPHOLSTER: To wear one's gun belt just below one's armpits.
"A republic, if you can keep it."
Been wearing Wranglers for most of my adult life, kept in place by a leather belt (with a nice nickel-silver buckle ) bought in Hawaii in 1962. Still wearing Wranglers and the same belt/buckle altho I have had to let it out a notch or two in the last couple of years!
Many British newspapers , just like many US ones, print a lot of tripe at times.
The beltline on my pants is right at my bellybutton, plus or minus a millimeter. I wear a Suspenders, since I carry so much on my belt.
On the belt is a Cellphone and holder, a digital camera and case with accessories inside, a Leatherman clone in a case, a 32 LED FLashlight and holder, and a Toolkit case which holds Pliers, crescent wrench, box cutter, misc. Pens, tape measure, etc.
That all weighs about 5 lbs or more, so my pants would drop like a ROCK if it weren't for the HIGH TENSION Suspenders!
And, YES, I DO need each and every one of those items on the belt. They are used DAILY and part of my LIFE SUPPORT kit!
I'm 63 and wear my strides exactly where they should sit, at 69Kg (152 pounds) they wouldn't stay any higher, not only that I'd end up with a squeaky voice if I tried to pull them up too high as it would crush me nuts
Sometimes it's not high how high your pants are but what's in them (so to speak): A pirate walked into a bar with a steering wheel in his pants. The bartender looked at him oddly and said, "Cap'n, do you know you have a steering wheel in your pants?"
The pirate replied, "Yar, and it's driving me nuts!"
*ba dum dum*
I miss the high pants fast talking movies of the 40s.
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As high as needed to cover what requires cover. No higher.
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Like one person commented in the paper, this article is vacuous, and the journalists name is 'arry Wallop, that tells me a lot ! First off, what you fella's call pants, we call trousers but my observations during the last 20 years is that most men today wear "jeans", blue denim, tatty, baggy, dirty, and look as though they should already be in the bin.
These are everyday wear and hang where they are supposed to be hoisted, under the fat gut. There is no way that they can climb higher up the male body because as you all know, they have no buttons to attach to bracers to hoist them any higher, they are of a fixed dimension.
The bloke next door to me must wear tight pants, the interior sort, not exterior, because when he calls the cat, and not wearing his false teeth, his voice has the timbre of an Italian castrato in a Monteverdi opera
Stylish men of all ages wear chino's, the up market, more expensive, better cut quality material which you can't buy from market stalls, fresh out of the container from Whanuan guong for under a tenner. This article can be lumped with up/down house prices, new discovery in space 40 Light Years away, and half an aspirin a day saves heart attacks/causes early death/ good for piles/ cures constipation, there will be/wont be, a double dip