For those of you new to the study of pants, it may be helpful to learn a few key terms commonly used by the field’s top panthropologists. As an exercise, please use one of the following words in a sentence.
pantipathy: a strong aversion to pants
pantiquity: bloomers of old
pantithesis: the opposite of pants
pantidote: a remedy for really ugly pants
pantidisestablishmentarianism: a fierce opposition to going shopping for pants
pantagonize: to cause annoyance by mocking someone’s ugly pants
pantepenultimate: the pants you wear when you are almost, but not quite, down to your last pair of clean pants.
pantecedent: the pants you wore yesterday
pantennae: trouser-shaped appendages atop the head (see also pantlers)
panterior: the front side of one’s pants
pantathema: really, really ugly pants
panthem: a song of pants celebration. PANTS!
panthology: a collection of short pants
panthrax: an infectious disease that makes one’s pants fit poorly
panthropormorphism: ascribing properties of pants to objects or creatures
pantlers: the horns atop the head of a pantelope
pantomime: the trousers of a mime