"With No Pants On"
Pronounced "Win / PO"
1. A prepositional phrase most commonly used at the end of a sentence, identifying a lifestyle in which participants opt out of wearing clothing for their nether-region.
2. A blissful state of mind which has an added benefit of allowing a person to not take themselves too seriously.
3. An acronym used to describe the behavior of some judges who find pleasure in wearing minimal clothing during court proceedings. This behavior, viewed as pathological in the medical community, is referred to as "Wnpotis."
Originated in Providence, RI, WNPO has been sweeping the nation. It began as a cult following. Only WNPO underground, people found that this idea was more of a state of mind, and matriculated that state of mind into a lifestyle. The word spread quickly, and soon even Supreme Court Justices followed suit.
Many of these high-level executives wanted a "one-up" on people, simply in knowing that they secretly had no pants on. The movement itself is about embracing that which is not worn. It is encouraged, for the true believer, to announce at the end of EVERY SENTENCE that they, in fact, are WNPO. If the person has truly embraced the lifestyle, the pants themselves are a moot point. Of course, there will be situations where people need to cover up, but for those "WinPO's", it doesn't matter. They are always With No Pants On.
1. "We were in the Kitchen, after hours, just hanging around, WNPO."
2. "Sometimes life can be very difficult, so I really try to take each day with a fresh perspective and look at life more clearly WNPO."
3. "The judge was definately harsh, but you could tell that he had Wnpotis, because he kept giggling under his breath as he gave the verdict."