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Truly offal pants

Want! From offal-loving Chef Chris Cosentino of Incanto and Betabrand, Gluttony Pants for serious eating. Among their features: Three different buttons at the waist labeled labeled piglet, sow, and boar to accommodate expanding bellies. A soft caramel canvas lined with burgundy-colored cotton and a dark khaki wash that might even hide food stains. Sharp graphics, from the mind of Cosentino and illustrated by artist Jon Adams "that depict the life cycle of a glutton—from the miracle of birth to the final, agonizing moment before death by heart attack.
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