Keep your eyes in your pantsPosted: February 3, 2018 Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: expressions, humor, keep your hands to yourself, keep your pecker in your pants, language, malaphor, malaphors, words 1 Comment
This advice was offered by one gym rat warning another about spending too much time looking at the women in the gym. It’s a conflation of “keep your hands (or eyes) to yourself” and “keep your p**ker (d**k) in your pants”, both meaning to refrain from touching or gawking at another. This malaphor seems timely in light of the #metoo movement. Perhaps a new slogan? A big thanks to Verbatim for sharing this one.
Just wondering if âkeep your eyesâ has anything to do with the frequent female complaint of âMy eyes are up hereâ meaning âdonât stare at my breastsâ, while âkeep your P**ker in your pantsâ suggests a warning about not dreaming about sex with the woman whose breasts he was obviously staring at.