When I was a teenager I used to visit a cong. a few miles west of the town I lived in. This cong. was the one that my Mom and Dad had went to when younger and I still had probably 15 or 20 relatives and a boatload of friends that went there.
Well, they had an elder there by the name of A**** W***** who was a very nice old country bumpkin with a good sense of humor but no fashion sense at all. One Sunday I drove over to this hall and when I went in, my friends had saved me a seat with them towards the front of the hall. (this was something of a change as we normally sat as far back as possible). Now for the funny part.
It happened that this day was the day when A.W. was assigned to read the WT and happenstance had us sitting on the side where the reader sat. Now, Ol' A.W. had the habit of sitting very casually when he read the WT, kinda leaning back with his legs splayed out. He was completely comfortable and in his element to put it mildly. Remember when I said he had no fashion sense? Well, this day was an example of that fact as he was wearing a light blue gray suit with some western style striping on it, you know, the kind that you might see in a photo of an old Country & Western singer. This suit was made of a kind of stretchy material (double knit maybe? IDK) and...well I'm just gonna get to the point.
This day Ol' A.W.'s sitting there all spread open with what looked like a veiny squirrel plastered down the side of his leg covered only by this thin layer of "slack" material. Apparently the dude was part horse.
I laughed through the entire WT study and could never look him in the eye again.