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Not only does "fanny" mean "rear end" in the US, but it's considered a very innocuous, and even childish word. It's also antiquated, and not in wide use anymore, which should come as a relief to horrified Brits.
This is why it is all the more important for us in the US to bring about the demise of the fanny pack!
So true. That's about the only remaining common usage of the term, and it's truly very unfortunate, and a very unfortunate fashion statement as well. I just with people would call them "belt packs."
Here in the US a pussy is usually not a cat. A biscuit is a cookie, and a scone is a biscuit.
Oh, and we don't use stones as a weight measurement.
Another big one to change the name (and how it is used) is that if you wear it on the fanny, you set yourself up for a much greater chance of having it robbed blind by pickpockets (let's create a new term for specialized ones, "pickfannys") because they're so insecure, if you've not locked it somehow.
I've been known in the past to use one for carrying my wallet/keys/necessities to my reality while on runs, but not facing backwards. Thus, it'd more accurately be called ... well, let's not go there
Never buy fish from a salesman wearing a codpiece!