We’re seeking answers. First question: Dear lord, why? Second question: How did the humble hip-bag get its start?
In 1991, tourists in the Alps stumbled upon the mummified body of fashion influencer Ötzi Iceman. The ancient dead man had a pouch sewn to his belt containing only the necessities: a scraper, drill, flint flake, bone awl, and a piece of dried fungus (not that we know what a bone awl is).
We don’t believe they had a symbol for the term “fanny pack,” but hieroglyphs do show ancient Egyptians sporting what looks like an ancient Jansport cop. The bible also refers to Judas Iscariot as a “purse carrier,” meaning not a handbag but a small bag hung from the girdle at the back—making him know for both betraying Jesus and rocking a hip-bag.
In modern times, people with concealed carry permits love to hide their handguns in fanny packs (so maybe you should keep your jokes to yourself). The soldiers of yore also loved a good leather bag on their sword belts, or more recently, ammunition belts.
okay thats enough history ……..now HIT LINK …….BELOW and get ur “FANNY ON MEN”