What does your underwear say about you? Boxers or briefs? Panties or thongs? Does it really matter?
What does it say about a man who goes in for tighty-whiteys or colorful Sponge Bob Square Pants boxers? I have both. Is it more beneficial from a health perspective to hang loose, or keep the family jewels close to the vest, so to speak?
Man or woman, it’s probably just better that something be worn between clothing and personal effects. After all, sweat, stains, and secretions can wreak havoc on nice clothing, not to mention the olfactory sensibilities of passersby.
Boxers or briefs? I prefer briefs, if only because I don’t care for all the wadding and lumping boxers tend to leave inside a pair of nice fitting slacks. Admittedly, loose and dangling isn’t really a secure feeling at my age.
Panties or thongs? I’ve seen photos of luscious lingerie models in both, and prefer the visual stimulus of thongs (where, in some women, less is more). At least, in the photos. I’ve seen my wife in a thong. The result of which was a revelation. Now I prefer her in panties.
Thongs have become more popular and more acceptable in society, though a beautiful thong does not always a pleasant sight make. Some women look great in a thong, and others would be better suited to under things designed by Omar’s Tent and Awning Supply.
Why don’t women wear boxers?
My wife tells me there are boxers for women, though I admit that I’ve never seen a woman modeling boxers. At least, not a woman I would look at for any length of time. Maybe the type of woman who would wear boxers isn’t the same type that would be viewed by a man more than once.
Does what you wear underneath say something about you? Since it’s underneath anyway, who knows what it’s saying except someone within personal proximity, or personal knowledge?
Therefore, does it matter to anyone else? Probably not. But what a great topic for discussion. It’s so much better than talking about religion or politics in mixed company.
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