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Sarah_Thong

Date Posted:01/25/2018 10:17:30Copy HTML

Hi Guys,
I read this a while back and just wondering your opinions:
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/women/life/good-riddance-to-the-thong-after-decades-of-discomfort-women-hav/ 
I personally don't agree with this as I find the larger the underwear the more discomfort they provide but what's your views?
Mineralguy #1

Re:Daily Telegraph

Date Posted:01/25/2018 06:37:06Copy HTML

 I guess it is really up to the person. I find wearing thong and other minimal underwear comfortable and in a pinch my wife will wear my string bikini brief. However everyone is different and you do what you feel best as long as it doesn't  hurt someone.
Grabeach #2

Re:Daily Telegraph

Date Posted:01/25/2018 07:47:22Copy HTML

The Daily Telegraph author appears to have found thongs uncomfortable from the word go, yet continued to wear them. Hardly qualifies as a thoughtful, intelligent person who I would be taking advice from!
Ex_Member #3

Re:Daily Telegraph

Date Posted:01/28/2018 08:44:42Copy HTML

I think that one way or another, thongs will always find a place on the bums of many :)
Dr S #4

Re:Daily Telegraph

Date Posted:01/28/2018 11:39:26Copy HTML

 Personally can't wear big pants. There's either too much material bunched up under clothes or briefs work their way up there anyway. A good fitting thong for me every time!
Mary0826 #5

Re:Daily Telegraph

Date Posted:01/29/2018 04:17:31Copy HTML

I am always amazed that The Sun has a regular feature, always on page 3, called "Page 3".  (The English can be so understated at times.)  Anyway, this feature features attractive models in various swimwear, and more and more of this is thongs and similar suits.  I have read they even occasionally show topfree women.  I think the Daily Telegraph, fourth or fifth in newspaper popularity in GB spends too much time finding fault with the editorial content of their competitors -- especially those that sell more papers than they do.  (The Sun sold more than 3 times the papers daily than the Daily Telegraph.)

The trend to show scantily clad women in newspapers (or weekly tabloids) is quite common in some parts of Europe.  Being from Europe, my parents had subscriptions to several of these magazines to keep up regions issues and keep their German and French reading skills up.  I was exposed to them for as long as I can remember, and some of my friends here in the US got a big kick out of opening up one of these papers and seeing topless women or even nude people.  These European magazines were not nudist magazines, but often showed the nudist lifestyles and popular minimal swimwear trends in their areas.  The Sun is more like a daily fix like Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition is a yearly fix for men in the USA.  People who see these pictures look at them in appreciation and with hopes that they might encounter similar situations or swimwear over time, but most really don't expect these trends to become mainline.  In both Page 3 and the European newspapers, nothing illegal is shown.  No sex, nudity and topfree women in places where it is legal, etc.  But while this might have some affect on a minority of English and European people to try something similar, in general, the people who read these features simply look but don't try the looks themselves.
Grabeach #6

Re:Daily Telegraph

Date Posted:01/29/2018 07:10:06Copy HTML

The afternoon dailies in Australia featured Page 3 bikini clad women back in the 70s and 80s. It was introduced by The Mirror and copied by The Sun (not related to the English Sun). Afternoon papers have long vanished from Australia. Not surprisingly, The Mirror and English Sun were both owned by Rupert Murdoch, who is not exactly known for quality journalism.
pikeman #7

Re:Daily Telegraph

Date Posted:02/01/2018 11:32:29Copy HTML

Big underwear = big discomfort!As much as I like thongs, sometimes it nice just having those balls swinging free!
nospam_TN1 #8

Re:Daily Telegraph

Date Posted:02/06/2018 04:02:35Copy HTML

 Underwear is a different matter than swimwear.  The fact is that thong swimsuits, worn with NOTHING over them, remain a comfortable and easy to adjust option.  You're wearing them for a few hours a day, a few hours a week, so chafing isn't much of an issue.  Personally, I'm comfortable either wearing thong swimwear or sleeping with my wife in thong underwear.  Wearing them all day to work and such, not so much.
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