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OMG! I just posted my Sunday cartoon from next month, which also falls on the 2nd, because of the screwy thing about February missing a couple days. Dang! I’m really really really not supposed to do that. So I took it down after my buddy, Museum Guard Bob, called me, so if you saw it, forget it. If you copied it, please don’t forward or post it anywhere.
Instead, how about we have a look at TODAY’S cartoon? It’s all about pants, past and future. It occurred to me one day that men’s waistlines have been more-or-less constantly moving south since the 1940s and thus the idea for this cartoon was born. Even though it’s been going on for more than a generation now, I continue to be amazed that the falling-down-baggy-rodeo-clown pants fad is still going strong. As utterly foolish as the look is, I do sort of hope that I’m completely correct in my prediction here. I can’t wait to see people shuffling around with their pants around their ankles as though they were surprised by a fire alarm while using the toilet.
You may also notice that I attempted to predict other fashion trends here, like hairdos, shirts, and shoes. I have no vested interest in any of these coming true. Although, one of Ozzie Osbourne’s daughters dyed her hair gray not long ago, so I have always wondered if kids might someday begin shaving their heads to look like bald, old men. That would be funny.