That is what was written on the rear end of a lady I saw walking down the street. In my early days of blogging I posted that words on rear-ends was a pet peeve of mine. It's several years later and it's still a pet peeve because, well, it's gross. Only now it's out of style too.
When I wake up in the morning and think "what statement do I want to make to the world today?" "JUICY" would most certainly not be it.
I think there should be a rule -- you can't have anything written on your behind that you wouldn't want written on your tombstone. Would you have "juicy" on your grave stone? I think not.
On second thought, that wouldn't work either. RIP wouldn't be good on track pants. Nor would "Here lies Kate" although if I were lying down it would be accurate.
Just a blanket law then. No letters on your arse. None.
It's not cool. Especially if they are stretched over a wide load.
Not cool at all.