Man's insanely long pants post on Twitter sparks media hysterics

Man's Insanely Long Pants Post On Twitter Sparks Media Hysterics

Tall folks can never again complain about not being able to find long enough pants.

George Riggall posted a photo to Twitter of a pair of pants he'd ordered from ASOS that were ridiculously long, with a caption reading, "Pretty sure these aren't 32-inch length."

The photo sparked social media hysterics, as well as some stories from others who had experienced the same issue.

It seems extra-long-well-past-your feet jeans aren't as uncommon as you'd think.

Others started posting all over the tweet machine, proving that the denim struggle is very real.

Multiple people posted photos of the infamous ASOS jeans being as tall as their entire body length from head to toe.

The denim trousers appear to be labeled the "super skinny longline stacker jeans" on the ASOS company website.

In the designer's defense, the product is described as "cut longer than standard length" and instructs the wearer to "push the leg up for a gathered effect."

It's hard to decide what's more bold, the design itself or the reach of that description!

Let's hope this trend stays on Twitter and out of the world of fashion.

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