Ever wonder why Facebook puts some ads in front of your face?

Have you seen something odd and asked, "Why the heck do they think I want to see THIS?"

That's what I said out loud when this ad for "Wet Pants" popped up in front of me.

On the one hand, I'm thinking it must be satire.

On the other hand, I never did understand why people want to wear ripped-up jeans. Honestly, I thought that was a joke at first. But people spend a lot of money to wear something that I would have thrown away a long time ago.

So let's see what the Wet Pants Denim website wants you to believe.

There is Clearly a "Wet Pants" Movement
Celebrities, influencers and everyday individuals alike are feigning incontinence in search of the "wet pants" look. Here at Wet Pants Denim, we're delivering an identical style without the need to feel uncomfortable. Our jeans are individually procured for each order and hand-dyed, ensuring that every pair is one-of-a-kind. We also make hats.

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Personally, I'm not believing those celebrity photos.

Perhaps somebody is trying to start a fad but it has not yet caught on.

Maybe they are hoping it will catch on so they can have a good laugh.

What next? POOPY PANTS?

I have questions.

Are these pants just stained with something to make them look wet, or does someone at the shop wear them, and piss in them, to make them look like this?

If I'm going to buy something like this then maybe I want the real stain and not a fake one.

If you're wondering, 'Why can't I just wet my own, myself,' then wonder if you really want that feeling in your crotch all day, and the smell.

Nope, this just looks like it without all the discomfort.

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I'm not so sure about the one with the yellow stain. That's a sign of dehydration. Dude needs to drink more water.

So many questions.

Thankfully there is a Frequently Asked Questions page on that website.

What is the purpose of this? Why are you doing this?
There are two key issues with the traditional urinary incontinence aesthetic:
1). Wearing wet pants is uncomfortable
2). When the wet mark dries or the garment is washed, the stain is almost always gone for good

Wet Pants Denim was created to produce jeans that solve both of these issues. As such, we are providing comfort and permanence to a market that is completely overlooked by traditional fashion houses.

Who is your target customer?
Wet Pants Denim is made for everyone; our denim product can be produced in all sizes and styles. If you are comfortable in your own skin and not afraid to make a bold statement, we have pants for you.

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Are there any special wash instructions?
We recommend washing the jeans with cold water and using a combination of low-heat tumble and hang-drying to prevent fading of both the jeans and the stain.

Will you make the jeans with a brown or red stain?
We do not offer a style like this for our jeans, nor do we expect to in the future.

Do you carry any other products?
Wet Pants Denim is currently offering a wide selection of dad hats, with new styles frequently being added.

Is PissCoin a cryptocurrency?
Yes and no; PissCoin is a cryptocurrency in the sense that it has value (in the form of Wet Pants Denim jeans) and is encrypted through the usage of both secure email delivery and the 125-digit token. Functionally, PissCoin operates like a gift card denoted by-product rather than a dollar value.

How did I get here?
We're not too sure - only you can answer that.

Mr. Bean - Wet His Pants.

Wyoming's Wild Chinese Balloon Theories - Wrong Answers Only

With balloons from China floating overhead, and our military shooting them down right above us, everybody has been wondering, 'Just what are those balloons for?

Spy balloons?
Just weather balloons?
Are they trying to steal our satellite TV?
Are they listing to our cell phone calls?

On the Wake Up Wyoming morning show with Glenn Woods folks were invited to offer up their theories.


Here are the best we got.

I Swear I'll Kill You If You Play That

Recently, a Wyoming man was convicted of assaulting and shooting another man over an argument about a song on the radio.

No one died. The shooter got 7 years and a $1,357 fine.

This much we know but the public never got to hear - WHAT WAS THE SONG?

Imagine yourself on a long Wyoming highway, late at night. You're driving with someone and a song that you just HATE comes on the radio. But they turn it UP and start to sting along.

How bad does the song have to be to justify doing what you are thinking?

Below are some examples.

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