Scissor used to create pant

Saturday, June 3rd, 2006 - 9:13 am PDT

Experimental linguists set out to boldly defy the rules of the English language this week, using a single tweezer to take apart a set of pliers. A resultant single plier was then used to separate a pair of scissors, and a single scissor was then used to cut a pair of pants from crotch to waist, creating two instances of a single pant. Further use of the scissor was employed to cut the pant just above the knee, resulting in a short. Head linguist Graham R. Stickler donned the short, but in doing so, broke the shades he had left in the back pocket, leaving him with only a single working sunglass.