Making an Effort to Outgrow Droopy Drawers Young people have been wearing their pants sagging below their waists for a long time now. But Youth Radio's Brandon McFarland has decided to buck the trend and pull up his pants. He's trying to convince his friends that they should do the same.
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Making an Effort to Outgrow Droopy Drawers

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Making an Effort to Outgrow Droopy Drawers

Making an Effort to Outgrow Droopy Drawers

Making an Effort to Outgrow Droopy Drawers

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Young people have been wearing their pants sagging below their waists for a long time now. But Youth Radio's Brandon McFarland has decided to buck the trend and pull up his pants. He's trying to convince his friends that they should do the same.