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white or black underwear

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Willem, May 14, 2008.

  1. voxsartoria

    voxsartoria Well-Known Member

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    But I assure you ... an iron only ... and NO starch!

    P*ssy.

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  2. RSS

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    P*ssy.

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    If I'm being honest ... sometimes the shoe does fit. (Rumor has it this forum is weighted heavily in the shoe department ... hence the specific figure of speach.)

    Surely everyone has experienced it ... you forget the dryer ... the items remain in overnight and perhaps the next day (or two or three) ... and at that point even a no-iron shirt looks like ... well ... hell. True it's just underwear ... but ... but ... those wrinkles!

    Do I? Nah. On second thought ... [​IMG]
     
  3. acidboy

    acidboy Well-Known Member

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    black underwear can be worn for a few more days, imo.
     
  4. yachtie

    yachtie Well-Known Member

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    Why decide? Just get grey.
     
  5. Willem

    Willem Active Member

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    I'm always wearing sloggi men basic shorts. Very good quality. Black is ok, but now I've got a few white linnen pants, so black won't do. I'm a minimalist. Like to have only white or only black coloured boxers. White looks clean, crisp, black looks more cute. But black boxers and a white t-shirt??
    I am aware that this is not a issue that can save the population, but for me ......
     
  6. JimInSoCalif

    JimInSoCalif Well-Known Member

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    If you are not sure which you prefer, why not ask the person (or people) who see you in your underwear?
     
  7. Frank Rizzo

    Frank Rizzo Active Member

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    I prefer my undies match the color of my outfit.

    I like boxer briefs from Undergear. I wear gray, black, and navy.
     
  8. The False Prophet

    The False Prophet Well-Known Member

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    Usually black but coming around to charcoal grey. White doesn't stay white, black doesn't always stay black...grey is always grey though.
     
  9. neyus

    neyus Well-Known Member

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    hate to thread hijack, but the thought just occurred to me....

    does Eric Glennie also make underwear?? Now THAT would be interesting!!


    I think he would make O front and back undies.
     
  10. tiecollector

    tiecollector Well-Known Member

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    Nay! go Gray!

    I've been migrating towards boxer briefs more and more. Less bunching than boxers. Support for your junk, which also minimizes chaffing. Somehow more roomy than chonies.
     
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    If you are not sure which you prefer, why not ask the person (or people) who see you in your underwear?
    That can also apply to one's fragrance ... sometimes it's best if the fragrance is especially liked by one's significant other ... or less than significant but still other.
     

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