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Subs: Keep Your Pants On (Literally)

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Want to know what Subs are?

You won't want to know after reading this post.

The "fashion accessory" is designed to help urbanites who sport the saggy-pants look to keep their pants from falling down.

It looks like a cross between a ladies garter belt and those awful looking sock suspenders.

In fact, the name is short for "sub-spenders".

Small business development website, www.hatchventures.com, named this little gem their "Hot Product of the Week."

Has the world gone crazy?

Yes. These things cost $29.95.

To see other things you should not wear, click here.

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