|underbyxa englanniksi||underpants sv|
*: “But they cover the legs,” Joseph explained. “That is the only reason my people wear pants: to cover the legs in the winter, or when traveling through rough country, full of thorns. In warm weather, or in open country, pants are unnecessary, uncomfortable, and foolish.”
*: Then he gave me a last desperate push and I tripped over the shorts caught around my ankles and fell down. I tried to pull my pants up with my boxing gloves but without success....In those days nobody wore underpants and I was bare-arsed and fancy free in front of everyone.
*: Look for pants with reinforced seats and knees and full-length side zippers that make it possible to put the pants on while you are wearing boots, crampons, skis, or snowshoes.
*: I rolled up the legs of the pants, then I went back into the trees.
*: I decided to pass up her underclothes, not from feelings of delicacy, but because I couldnt see myself putting her pants on and snapping her brassière.
*: Big girls get candy for dry pants.
*: As she bent over the intercom the little skirt went peek-a-boo and you could see white pants cupping her buttocks like a bra.
: Youre talking pants!
: The film was a load (or pile) of pants.
*: Keith Gerber has been pantsed twice already this summer by Lannie and Cling, and so his face is more resolved, the fear tempered by the fact that he understands these things to be inevitable.
*: [T]he other boys, Stretch Latham and Rod Becker mainly, pantsed him, got his jockey shorts away and threw them onto Hubcap Willie’s roof.
*: Richard did not stand too close to him, because he was always trying to pants him, and he would have died of shame if he did it tonight, because he knew his BVDs were dirty at the trap door.
: Your mobile is pants — why don’t you get one like mine?