Where Were Archie’s Pants?

Funny story written by K.C. Bell

Thursday, 14 May 2020

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"I dressed for your party. Where were your pants?"

For his one-year-old birthday video (and the kid looked more like six months old, and maybe the video was made in Canada six months ago?), Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor was missing his pants and dressed in his underwear.

So maybe the kid insisted that he wanted to go commando, but didn’t commando mean a different below the belt missing garment? Before Archie’s missing pants turns into a Missing-Pants-Gate investigation, where were his pants?

A birthday party is a celebratory occasion. Guests dress, photographers dress, relatives dress, even dogs attending those parties and often wear bow ties.

But the main attraction in diapers just doesn’t rise to this one-year-old celebratory occasion. And you don’t have to be a member of a royal family to know that.

So where were Archie’s pants?

Perhaps the video released was mistakenly released, as it was supposed to be just a dress rehearsal? Okay, that figures. Was the video made hastily as a practice run and the real thing to be made public soon? Maybe.

Indeed, when Donald Trump hears about this, he'll blame Missing-Pants-Gate on the former president, Barack Obama.

Now, that’s really a stretch.

All of Trump’s finger-pointing and blame-casting at Barack Obama is a stretch, but it shamelessly continues.

Enough said about Archie's pants. Hopefully, it will not become a habit, and by the time he reaches the old age of two, he will celebrate his birthday wearing pants.

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