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LBJ was *nuts* for lightweight Haggar pants

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If you've ever wondered what Lyndon B. Johnson's middle initial stood for, it's probably "Bunghole." Or maybe "Balls." OK, so it's actually "Baines," but he still seems disturbingly comfortable with discussing his nether regions in the video below, which features real White House audio of LBJ ordering Haggar pants over the phone in 1964. Fashion site PutThisOn.com created the clip as a bit of viral marketing with animator Tawd Dorenfeld. It's worth a watch, even if it is a case of TMI from LBJ. Big thanks to Tim Washer for the tip.

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