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Q: Why kids are wearing trousers split / torn at the bottom?

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It has been a week since i moved to Shanghai. Can someone explain the mystery of the torn /split trousers of the kids with no underwear? Apparently they are not wearing those because they are poor - their parents look wealthy. An idea pops in my head, but my brain cells denies it. Is it all about what i am guessing??

2 years 27 weeks ago in  Family & Kids - China

 
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They're great. I sport a pair when hanging around the house on my day off. It makes life so much easier. Things get weird when the meituan guy turns up with my food though.

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It is so they can pee and poo freely, or because the parents are too lazy to change a diaper. 

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They're great. I sport a pair when hanging around the house on my day off. It makes life so much easier. Things get weird when the meituan guy turns up with my food though.

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This is a practice at most of the family with elderly take care their kid. The elderly believe this kind of trouser is convenience for kid to pee and poo without considering the negative impact of hygience and health.

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Someone with the family name Chan asking this sort of question? You must be a banana!

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It's a fashion statement.  I was rocking it too,,, man, I got the funniest looks!

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