agree with some guys on here. underwear is not the best things to start with i you want to change your life. it is kind of ridiculous. sorry. if you want to feel real changes in your life then start with something radical. i you do not want to rush - change your hairstyle at first.that would be a good start. then you can do a makeover at your place. next - make new friends. change your job or move out to another city. that is what i call changes in the life. as for your question - i prefer boxers. they are both good-looking and comfortable. i think boxers is best choice. :unsure:
Well,for quite some time string is my favorite type of panties. :) I've used to not like them that much,but then one day my partner just suggested me to try and said that I will definitely like it.So,I did and you know what?No other tpyes of panties are allowed in my wardrobe no more. :cheer: We're both now a true lovers of the string wave,you know? :) So,I can recommend it to you-if you haven't tried it yet,go ahead and you won't be sorry.Well,at least I do feel myself pretty comfortable in it and I don't want to switch it to nothing else.And my partner goes the same way. ;)
If you want to try something completely extraordinary that you have worn before and at the same time you want to surprise your partner with the way you look, think about bikinis. Men’s bikini bottoms, often designed without waistbands and flys, are used mostly for sunbathing and recreation unless, of course, you’re a bodybuilder, in which case they’d be used as a uniform. With more material than a g-string and jockstrap, bikini bottoms are acceptable in public and are in many cultures preferred to traditional swim trunks. Just try this variant and maybe this is what you are looking for.
As for me, i like boxer brief. It's men's skinny pants with a wide elastic band, slightly longer Heaps and panties-maxi. Although in reality, boxers fighters perform in bright shorts free, more like family pants, the name stuck for fitting shorts. Boxer is much more similar to the shape of the fighters freestyle or classic struggle. But, apparently, a representative of the garment industry, invented the epithet, poorly versed in the sport. Tight men's boxers capture all that is necessary, without compressing or squeezing. Therefore, they are equally comfortable at home and at work, and also during sports.
Woow, Samuel ,what are you talking here about??? actually, it seems to me that you are really getting to the private theme here, but nevertheless, if to answer the question (which seems really very very awkward and weird and too private to discuss), I prefer to wear the comfortable and invisible underwear... and I assume that you will be sitting with the automatic question on the face - what did he mean by saying "invisible"??? what I was telling about was that I wanted it to be the KIND of invisible form the side of the suit or trousers I am wearing . Logical is not it...? oh, and of course, one more thing - they have to be cotton! compulsory cotton ones.
Good afternoon, my dear readers. It seems I already wrote about my preferences in underwear. I can remind you, I prefer quality panties, branded and they must be free, so as not to squeeze my loins)) These are boxers. But one nuance, when choosing panties, I necessarily prefer with ridiculous drawings, to make my eyes happy and dilute my sometimes gray routine. And sometimes, with my cowards, I can cheer my team in a changing room, and their moods go up. Just go sometimes without any underwear!
I don't think that underwear is the best thing for you to start with.But it is up to you what to change in your life and if you want to change underwear, you are free to do it. Most guys own a pair of briefs, and for good reason. They’re your standard, run-of-the mill underwear and come in a variety of different rises, designs and variations. They cover your entire backside and package, but leave the upper thigh and side of the leg exposed making them comfortable to wear under just about anything. Low-rise briefs sit below the natural waistline on the hips giving you just enough fabric to cover you up, and not much more; additionally, many are engineered to enhance the package.
I think that it’s estimated that 10% of men who buy women’s underwear buy it for themselves. Who knew? This could be because some men just really like women’s underwear. I am not saying that it is forever and you should wear only women underwear from now and forever, but if you want to try something unusual (and as far as I understood, to make a surprise for your beloved man), then why not to experiment with female underwear arsenal at least once?
It means nothing, it is just to have fun. Your partner probably has sense of humor and you both will laugh at it. And maybe not
briefs is a universal variant fo every day and you probably have them,. so you may be surprised why we are giving you advice concerning new underwear style focusing on briefs. But there is a reason for us to tell you about them.
There are different kinds of briefs - in low-rise, medium-rise, high-rise, . It depends on what to wear them with. The waistband of a mid-rise briefs sits at the natural waistline. Regular cut jeans, dress pants and board shorts are that kinds of clothes to wear them with. The waistband of a high-rise brief sits right below the belly button, providing a more traditional fit. A high-rise brief can streamline the waist, eliminating love handles and smoothing the stomach.
So there are some rules. First of all, cut the tags off for them not to make you scratch while having the underwear on you. Secondly, you should wash underwear before you wear it and you need to was it right. Sometimes threads can come loose in the wash.
Make sure everything is still in shipshape. Once you have your pants on, make sure your underwear isn’t scrunching up, clumping or showing through. These would be rookie mistakes, try to avoid them. Everything should be perfect.
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