CEO's of commercial clothing factories say that the fact that most of the men in the world now sport ten to fourteen inch penises after all the help they have received with the internet sales, they are having to change the design of men's pants and even underwear in some cases.
CEO Bill Paris of Fruit of the Toot admits that his underwear factories have had to allow much more room in the front section of the men's underwear.
"We now use a sort of cloth codpiece so that the longer penis can curl up in there and also a side pocket in case it suddenly springs to life. A lot of men have been hurt by that. It was in "Men's Health Monthly"."
The makers of Levi jeans have also concluded that their new pants must all be baggy in front.
Leo Shiscoff, head of designs for Levi Saks, states that even if the men have on the latest style in underwear, the pants must be just right. "So we have to consult with the underwear people and work out a pattern so that they would work in unison, whenever the uh, snake salutes."
"Who could have seen such a thing coming?", asked Shiscoff who enjoys his little puns. "Every time a well-made young lady goes by in a restaurant these days, several tables lift up into the air. We must provide for this in the clothing business."