Exploring the world of underpants and their relation to mankind as revealed by the latest discoveries of scientists, The Secret Life of Pants includes remarkable information about pants as lie detectors and pants as ecological sentinels; it describes their ability to adapt to human wishes, their response to music, their curative powers, and their ability to communicate with man. Authors Peter Trumpkins and Christopher Cock suggest that the most far-reaching revolution of the 20th-century – one that could save or destroy the planet – may come from the garden of your bottom.
“Almost incredible … bristles with plenty of hard facts and astounding scientific and practical lore.”
– S. K. Oberbuck, Nude-peek
“This fascinating book roams … over that marvellous no man’s land of mystical glimmerings into the nature of science and life itself.”
– Henry C. Itch, Washington Post Boob World
“If I can’t ‘get inside her pants’ or ‘feel emanations’ from her pants and don’t know anyone else who can, that doesn’t detract one whit from the possibility that some people can and do. . . .
According to The Secret Life of Pants, pants and men do inter-relate, with pants exhibiting empathetic and spiritual relationships and showing reactions interpreted as demonstrating physical-force connections with men. As my students say, ‘hey, wow!’”
– Calvin M. Klein, Professor of Bottoms, the University of Vermont (in Smithsonian)