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Mary0826

Date Posted:10/06/2017 03:06:46Copy HTML

I know that right or wrong, I have occasionally worn underwear instead of true swimwear when I didn't have a swimsuit.  While I normally try to keep a swimsuit with me in the car or in my luggage, I sometimes want to go swimming or sunning when a swimsuit is not available.  Women can probably do this a bit easier then men, and obviously some underwear because of the design or material for all practical purposes are basically the same as swimwear.  Women also sometimes wear T-shirts instead of swimsuit tops, often to the delight of the men.  I am not talking about places where nude swimming is either legal or where laws against nudity are not enforced, but public places where most people would expect people to only wear swimwear of some type.  My male friends sometimes skinny dip if they don't have a suit, but don't wear their underwear (if they have any on).  Women seem to almost never use this solution.

I have never heard of an actual arrest of a person for being dressed like this.  Does anyone know of such a charge?  Also, are there any places you know of where this is a common, or not unusual practice?

I have been to Laguna Beach and it seems every time I go there, there are a few young men who appear to be Hispanic, wearing just briefs.  These can show a lot on a man.  There is also a lake in BC which is at a rest area/park along the Trans Canada Highway.  Here I have seen women wearing just their bikini or thong underwear, some going topfree, and some wearing their bras as a top.  At this location, I also have seen women wearing just a T-shirt or similar shirt as their top, with underwear as the bottom.  We passed this park twice, of different days, and both times we saw women dressed like this, but men just wore their shorts.  I will post the name of the park when I have a chance to look it up.

In both cases, I don't think people planned to go swimming or lay out in the sun.  The days were hot, and people saw others in the water and decided to join.  It is interesting that in California, it was always men, and in Canada, it was always women.  This does not include the few times I have seen women wear a T-shirt with no bottom, but that is covered in a different post.

Mary
Nuwalket #1

Re:Wearing underwear at beach or pool -- where is is done, any procecutions?

Date Posted:10/06/2017 03:17:11Copy HTML

 I have worn my thong underwear to sun or swim if the spirits move me. Never had any complaints,  or had the law called at any time. In fact once I was walking on a beach in Florida for exercise and I just ditched the clothes and continued in my thong. Also I've sen women in their panties and a t-shirt with no bra either sunning or swimming. Life would be so much easier if we could just go nude.
Grabeach #2

Re:Wearing underwear at beach or pool -- where is is done, any procecutions?

Date Posted:10/06/2017 09:40:09Copy HTML

Clovelly Beach in Sydney's Eastern Suburbs, though an  ocean beach, does not get waves, so is popular with swimmers. There is also a 25m pool set in a large concrete area which is sheltered from the prevailing winter south-westerly winds. Because of these factors there will always be locals both swimming and sunning all year round. Although an hour by car or an hour and a half by public transport from my place, it is my favourite non-Olympic pool spot in the cooler months.

Clovelly is also on the very popular coast walk, so on a sunny day there will be hundreds of people passing by. I regularly see some of these, usually under the age of 30, on seeing the locals enjoying the conditions, decide to take a quick dip. Those not carrying swimwear will strip to their underwear, go for their swim, then hang around till they dry off. Sometimes a woman will swim topless, which seems eminently sensible if you're going to have to wear the bra afterwards.

I've also occasionally seen a non-swimming woman remove long pants and lie down to tan. Thongs are not uncommon in this situation. Interestingly tops, even long sleeve ones, are sometimes left on. Perhaps a concession to it being winter? Guys, if only sunning, will exhibit the current typical male behaviour and remove their shirts, but never their long pants.

Of course there are no prosecutions. Nobody ever says anything. This is Australia!
kiyoothong #3

Re:Wearing underwear at beach or pool -- where is is done, any procecutions?

Date Posted:10/07/2017 12:38:03Copy HTML

 I don't have any thong swimsuits so I wear my thong underwear at the beach. I wear microfiber at the beach so I think they can pass as swimwear. But maybe I should get some thong swimsuits for the pool.
I've seen a lot of people in their underwear at the beach. I think a lot of people go to the beach just to lay out in the sun, so I don't think it is necessary for them to have swimsuits on.
modelnude4u #4

Re:Wearing underwear at beach or pool -- where is is done, any procecutions?

Date Posted:10/07/2017 09:09:51Copy HTML

 I wear thong underwear always, about 705 mens, and 30% womens.  I've worn both as swimwear/tan wear and have even hiked a local nature trail in underwear thongs as well as my swimsuits.  I figure, especially as a man, that the fact that I'm wearing a thong is what will get the attention, not the specific cut or material.  Some of the panties are a bit obviously panties, but they still cover the required pieces, so I don't think it would really be a legal issue, as long as thongs of some kind are legal. 
32189 #5

Re:Wearing underwear at beach or pool -- where is is done, any procecutions?

Date Posted:10/08/2017 01:48:31Copy HTML

I have seen girl wear what is clearly underwear at the beach.  They cover the same as bikinis so what's the difference really?  Although coverage is the same, how see through when wet would be another issue.  I think if you can see through it then some places, if not most, will have a problem with that I would imagine.  I have some thong underwear that could easily pass as a thong swimsuit.  
leo40 #6

Re:Wearing underwear at beach or pool -- where is is done, any procecutions?

Date Posted:10/09/2017 02:51:54Copy HTML

My YMCA pool (conservative VA) has just now posted a sign forbidding women with only a tee shirt.  There must have been some kind of incident about that when I wasn't there.  When I swim it's laps, and I have found that men's underwear that may look like swimwear never stays on for flip turns.
beachlion #7

Re:Wearing underwear at beach or pool -- where is is done, any procecutions?

Date Posted:10/09/2017 04:36:53Copy HTML

 A lot of my thong underwear is bought as such but can double as swimwear without a problem. A few online companies have a huge collection of thong underwear and a small collection of swimwear. And that swimwear is often ridiculously large. In most cases it is difficult to say which is underwear and which is swimwear. Unless it is made with lace or other frills and ruffles. ;)
In effect I can use all of my underwear to the beach without having an underwear look.
Mineralguy #8

Re:Wearing underwear at beach or pool -- where is is done, any procecutions?

Date Posted:10/09/2017 08:07:39Copy HTML

While I have allot of thong and G-String underwear but not sure if I would wear it as a bathing suit. I would be a bit worried about the underwear actually staying on me!!!
Ex_Member #9

Re:Wearing underwear at beach or pool -- where is is done, any procecutions?

Date Posted:10/11/2017 02:38:52Copy HTML

 I just did this at a hotel pool. We took a quick trip and i was not expecting a 24 hour pool. About 2 in the morning i went to the front desk and asked if it was ok to swim in a thong. They said they didnt care. Hit the pool and i must say just as good as some of my swimsuits. Showed a little more, the 2 girls that came in didnt seem to mind.
Thongmad #10

Re:Wearing underwear at beach or pool -- where is is done, any procecutions?

Date Posted:10/11/2017 06:07:12Copy HTML

 I've seen women do it, and one particular time the young lady was topless, and her underwear was light pink, so nearly invisible from a distance.

Guys do it quite a bit, especially with the current prominence of trunk style underwear. It's almost always darkly coloured, so easy to get away with.

Most local pools don't like the practice, and their dress codes state this. My local pool states "Recognisable swimwear must be worn at all times" This is definitely a statement saying that underwear or regular clothing isn't permitted.
JM_Runs #11

Re:Wearing underwear at beach or pool -- where is is done, any procecutions?

Date Posted:10/11/2017 01:24:16Copy HTML

Proper swimming pools ban underwear and t-shirts for two reasons, (a) no cotton T-shirts or underwear because it clogs the filters and (b) they don't want you swimming in your sweaty street or workout cloths. Some pools even ask you shower BEFORE using the pool. 

The smaller and more swimsuit like your underwear the more likely you are to get away with it.  As said above, some of the current high spandex dark colored underwear made for men is indistinguishable from swimsuits. 

You are going to be fine so long as you don't swim in tighty whities, or something with the brand in big letters on the elastic waist band. What's up with that anyway? I dislike wide elastic waist bands, they get uncomfortable. Raw elastic against the skin gets miserable label in the tropics. If the product fits they are unnecessary. It is not like my underwear has pockets full of rocks. Can't they put the elastic inside the cloth? 

There is a bunch of underwear that I would buy to wear as regular around town shorts, or swimsuits, if it were not for the wide elastic waist bands that signal underwear.
Sharon73 #12

Re:Wearing underwear at beach or pool -- where is is done, any procecutions?

Date Posted:10/11/2017 01:24:54Copy HTML

 GF and i met at beach to talk.  It was such a nice day that we both stripped down to our underwear to enjoy the sun while we were there
Mineralguy #13

Re:Wearing underwear at beach or pool -- where is is done, any procecutions?

Date Posted:10/11/2017 02:03:07Copy HTML

 This probably silly on my end but one of the fun things I like about thong and syring bathing suits is going out on the internet and shopping for actual suits. I know I am splitting hairs but I really enjoy going to a site like dubio bikinis and shopping for suits. I have seen some strings that I will buy next spring that are really neat looking
curiousfun #14

Re:Wearing underwear at beach or pool -- where is is done, any procecutions?

Date Posted:10/11/2017 03:57:52Copy HTML

Not silly to me. I love looking and buying as much as the first time trying them on and showing them off!
bmicro #15

Re:Wearing underwear at beach or pool -- where is is done, any procecutions?

Date Posted:10/11/2017 04:17:55Copy HTML

 I am like beachlion. The vast majority of my (rather large) collection of beachwear was listed on the web site where I purchased them as underwear. Some sites sell the same styles as both swimwear or underwear, except that the swimwear version is much more expensive. I wear them interchangeably as underwear or swimwear. 
pikeman #16

Re:Wearing underwear at beach or pool -- where is is done, any procecutions?

Date Posted:10/16/2017 04:24:04Copy HTML

 The beach isn't much of an issue I think. But the idea of guys sporting around in what's obviously underwear is tasteless behavior.Pools are a different matter. It's already been mentioned about filter and sanitation issues. Not to mention common, or uncommon, sense.
I've got some very sexy elastane bikinis that have been worn while running or exercise that do double-duty, but I wouldn't wear them into a pool if soiled. They are very easy to clean as they don't absorb moisture. Wash and drip dry is ten minutes. Ideal for not having a soggy garment stuck to you.
Some years ago our boss hosted a pool party at his home and some idiot actually wore his crappy denim cutoffs and tighty-whitey briefs. I wasn't the only one who was appalled. Our boss told him he was a yahoo, and he left early.
Swimmer10 #17

Re:Wearing underwear at beach or pool -- where is is done, any procecutions?

Date Posted:10/16/2017 06:28:18Copy HTML

I have went to the beach in thong underwear. My thong underwear and swimwear are identical style. The underwear is little thinner spandex material and little smaller in the front but other then that looks the same. Different color available also in the underwear then swimwear and is cheaper. I wear the darker colors so not see through when wet. The thinner and lighter material is very comfortable and my wife an I are the only ones that knows it’s labeled as underwear and feels good wearing it on the beach. Would never wear what is obvious underwear in public. 
JM_Runs #18

Re:Wearing underwear at beach or pool -- where is is done, any procecutions?

Date Posted:10/16/2017 08:50:56Copy HTML

That's why none of my vast collection of thongs is white:  I don't want it to look like I am wearing underwear, and don't want my thong to look like it is too transparent, especially when it gets wet.
  
However I think a white suit on a women with a good tan can look fabulous. Women can get away with more when it comes to the appearance of transparency.

Some of the more modern mens underwear look a lot like swim bikinis or swim thongs. I will wear them to swim or on the beach, so long as they don't have the stupid wide waist band with the brand printed on. The branded elastic waistbands make a thong look like escaped underwear. 

There is often very little difference between some thongs or g-strings marketed as underwear and similar ones sold as thong swimsuits. Sometimes the same item is described both ways on different sites or the same site.  Some websites put all thongs under underwear, but we know some of those are perfectly fine for beach wear. 

Many styles of modern underwear make good cheap colorful beach swimsuits and thongs, so long as the suit does not look like tighty-whites, or is white, or have a branded "underwear style" waist band, or is transparent or net in the wrong places. 

Quite a few of the thongs I wear to the breach can be found in the underwear section of online retailers. It it looks right, I wear it. 

Rule of thumb for men, the article has to look like it is plausibly intended to be a swimsuit or thong.  Women can get away with less, and do. 

Swimming pools are more restrictive, simply because they don't want people swimming in their sweaty cotton underwear.   
Swimmer10 #19

Re:Wearing underwear at beach or pool -- where is is done, any procecutions?

Date Posted:10/20/2017 03:24:15Copy HTML

Agree white on a tanned body looks very good. Like seeing women wear it and they can get away with it more. 
teeback269 #20

Re:Wearing underwear at beach or pool -- where is is done, any procecutions?

Date Posted:10/25/2017 09:05:01Copy HTML

 one word: don't!
thongboy052000 #21

Re:Wearing underwear at beach or pool -- where is is done, any procecutions?

Date Posted:10/27/2017 09:28:41Copy HTML

 But isn't Joe Snyder an exception? Their thongs are designed to be worn as underwear or on the beach
Beached_Santa_Cruz #22

Re:Wearing underwear at beach or pool -- where is is done, any procecutions?

Date Posted:10/28/2017 03:24:43Copy HTML

 I agree with thongboy.   My Joe Snyder stuff is thicker material than the Skinz thin-skinz material and they are swimwear.
Ex_Member #23

Re:Wearing underwear at beach or pool -- where is is done, any procecutions?

Date Posted:10/30/2017 06:21:34Copy HTML

 Most of my G-strings are actually underwear, but I wear them for tanning, not much swimming,  still, I wear them to the local pool at my townhouse complex and treat them like swimsuit.  I take them in my bag, then change into them and shower before getting settled or in the water.  As for the thongs, I do actually wear those more for swimming as they stay put more securely.  I treat them the same at the pool.  They are usually spandex, or nylon, mostly synthetic. Not cotton.  When I go to the beach, they are usually worn underneath some brief-type trunks, or boy-cut short shorts before I strip down.  So that's where it's just me stripping down to my underwear. 
roninho #24

Re:Wearing underwear at beach or pool -- where is is done, any procecutions?

Date Posted:12/02/2017 06:06:04Copy HTML

 I recently bought a new micro range underwear from Kiniki and the fabric is almost identical to their micro swim bikinis. It's certainly labelled the same. I tried them on in the shower and the feel is slightly different but I guess they would certainly not look out of place in a public swim/sunbathing area. The cuts is very brief indeed.
Tanian #25

Re:Wearing underwear at beach or pool -- where is is done, any procecutions?

Date Posted:12/05/2017 10:45:55Copy HTML

Looks like theirs tons of Japanese stuff out there. A lot of them label the material thickness. If it has three dots, and is labeled "normal" it appears to be opaque, and fairly substantial.Anybody looked at "Top Mode" or "Bodywear" stuff?
BigEasy #26

Re:Wearing underwear at beach or pool -- where is is done, any procecutions?

Date Posted:01/05/2018 10:57:48Copy HTML

 I've seen quite a lot of people wearing underwear on the beach. Men in Calvin Klein boxers or women in bras and panties.

Recently I was on a beach in Spain and there were 3 female friends wearing their underwear (must have had an off the cuff decision to spend an hour in the sun at lunch time) one of them had a Calvin Klein sports bra and thong set on.
kiyoothong #27

Re:Wearing underwear at beach or pool -- where is is done, any procecutions?

Date Posted:01/06/2018 01:23:30Copy HTML

 I don't have any thong swimsuits so I wear my thong underwear on the beach. I wear microfibre on the beach and they really look like swimwear. 
One time, I saw a lady in a thong on the beach and I approached her to tell her that I liked her swimsuit. She was surprised when she heard that but then she said she was actually in her thong and bra. She headed to the beach after work, and she forgot to bring her BoutineLA thong swimsuit.
NE_OH_thonger #28

Re:Wearing underwear at beach or pool -- where is is done, any procecutions?

Date Posted:01/06/2018 05:01:17Copy HTML

 I've not done it myself, but a couple years back I saw a guy on the Sebastian St. Beach in Fort Lauderdale come down with his partner, set up beach chairs, and proceed to strip down to a pair of Mundo Unico thong underwear. His partner was wearing a brief style swimsuit. My best guess was that he wasn't intending to go into the water, while his partner was
NudeNArizona #29

Re:Wearing underwear at beach or pool -- where is is done, any procecutions?

Date Posted:01/17/2018 07:30:59Copy HTML

 Technically most of my G-strings are considered underwear from sites i have purchased them from, because i prefer the most minimal G-strings that are usually sheer or fishnet or even exposure suits, not usually intended for the general public beach settings
sailor250 #30

Re:Wearing underwear at beach or pool -- where is is done, any procecutions?

Date Posted:01/19/2018 09:11:25Copy HTML

 Many women's and men's thongs which are small underwear are identical in design to swimwear but just not as durable fabric and elastic- but if you're talking about underwear with obvious wide elastic bands and Y front  designs?  Yes I have seen guys wearing these at some NY gay beach sections and on Southbeach.    I have some boyshort design underwear that I use as coverups for my smaller suits while going from hotel to beach, car to beach etc.  I've seen girls swim in hotel pools in Miami Beach in their thong underwear topless just slipping out of their dresses... afterwards slip on the dress and off the underwear to leave.
Grabeach #31

Re:Wearing underwear at beach or pool -- where is is done, any procecutions?

Date Posted:02/06/2018 09:56:52Copy HTML

Underwear and swimwear. I was at an inner Sydney pool on Monday when a couple of late teen females arrived. One was wearing branded 50mm elastic sided black thong underwear, with traditional black bikini bottoms over them. I couldn't tell whether the black bra was swim or underwear. She went for a swim so clad then returned to sunbathe on the grass. I assumed she wanted to sun in the thong but was a bit modest about walking and/or swimming in it. However, she then sunned for an hour face down in both. What was really strange was that there was also a big gap between the bottom of the thong elastic and the top of the swimsuit bottom, so she would have ended up with some really strange tan lines. Never seen anything like that before.
mack_back #32

Re:Wearing underwear at beach or pool -- where is is done, any procecutions?

Date Posted:02/11/2018 04:42:36Copy HTML

 New policy was noticed at my gym pool. The Sign read no underwear or nudity only appropriate swimwear required. Thought this new sign was because many males wore there underwear to the whirlpool and pool even being nude going to the dry sauna. Seeing I was told wearing a thong swimsuit was not appropriate having people complaining what I was wearing. Now they decided that underwear guys had on in the whirlpool from complainers has finally being enforced. Yet many come onto pool dry as a bone not reading the sign to wash before entering the pool area. Now it’s just members that can police each other saying read the sign please. 
MNluvthongs #33

Re:Wearing underwear at beach or pool -- where is is done, any procecutions?

Date Posted:03/21/2018 04:36:47Copy HTML

 I have seen it on many occasions. I have seen women walking in the summer just in their bras, which are bikini top-like and no one cares. I have seen women wearing non-swimwear thongs at the grassy areas by women who did not have a swimsuit. I got the shock of my life last summer went I went to a local beach and found no less than 5 women walking around in thongs. 
Mary0826 #34

Re:Wearing underwear at beach or pool -- where is is done, any procecutions?

Date Posted:03/21/2018 05:00:49Copy HTML

 Mack_back -- The dry sauna is something I have seen nudity in too.  Many places I have gone in and people are nude, sometimes being quite opened (and showing things only being opened would show).  I might expect this in a woman only sauna, but this was in sauna opened to both sexes.  It was pretty cool and a turn on for me, and noticeably for some  the men too.  If you go into a situation like this, it is hard not to strip down too, especially if there are many people involved and they all are naked.  At one motel that had a sauna, but no pool, it was the motel staff that was in there nude all the time.   It was sort of interesting to meet someone at the desk when checking in, and then find they lounging in the buff in the sauna.  Somewhere else on this message board, I read a post that said most saunas have a posted set of directions.  Hardly anyone actually follows them, but they are put on a plaque near the door on the outside.  They explain how long to take in heat, how you should shower to wash of sweat every so often, and stuff like that.  But what is interesting is that the sign states as one of the first directions to take off clothing.  I guess these people are just following the directions!
mack_back #35

Re:Wearing underwear at beach or pool -- where is is done, any procecutions?

Date Posted:03/21/2018 06:28:41Copy HTML

Mary   Understand that when people desire to use pool or sauna but didn't have the appropriate attire they adapt. Once one does it others who are in the same situation begin to believe they can follow suit. If the bunch of people gather together in one place and nobody feels offended then no harm done.

 Heck, just recently i packed my gym attire in my adidas team bag but forgot one thing my small swim briefs. Usually if that happens i skip the whirlpool, sauna experience shower and just go home from my earlier gym workout. Yet risking another warning from a manager or staff i should not wear a thong. Did have a spare thong stored in small zip pocket in the gym bag just as precaution forgetting sometimes fresh clean underwear to change into after my workout and shower. Although i used the thong many times as swimwear previously at the gym pool before my warning to attire more coverage. So i said to myself, f@#k it, only because i was distracted at home packing my gym bag excluded me from participating in relaxed whirlpool or hot sauna i decided to wear it anyway.

 Didn't care of the sign warnings even remembered couple weeks back a female paraded around in a red thong at the gym pool without incident. Thinking i could do the same and hope nobody reports me or gym employes notices on the security camera or visit to the pool area. Lucky for me few fellows were swimming maybe one or two in the whirlpool and that was it. Easy as pie just enjoyed few minutes and showered dressed went home without a complaint. Made me think that if i want to push the limits of the gym deciding to thong swimming one day. 

As far the dry co-ed sauna goes if you decide to wear a thong as one woman did. There was a aqua class going on in the pool unavailable for any gym member to use but the dry sauna and whirlpool were available. So young female wrapped in a towel walked along the pool deck wanting to enter the dry sauna. The aqua instructor stopped her asking what are you wearing under the towel. She replied a thong, the instructor quipped, you can't be wearing that inside the sauna making her turn back into the change room. Doubt she treat a man in a towel naked underneath and challenge him to go back like the young female. 

There were times in the past i wore a thong to the aqua class being in session walking from the change room or whirlpool and dry sauna without the same instructor challenging me. I even showered rinsing off with  the eyes of the whole aqua class observing. Although the instructor seemed irritated even trying to get a males employee attention through pools pain glass window her needing attention because of my attire distracting her students to no avail. 


Many situations happened in dry sauna i've overheard a man complain while he was in a towel that nudity should be allowed both male and female to use the sauna. Suppose if your personality isn't offended about nudity then things can be free and easy. Yet it can lead to many males perverts using at chance to flash woman who maybe intrigued or afraid. While keeping it co-ed and mandatory to wear proper swimwear whatever that means to whomever is wearing it i suppose.  


barefootthong #36

Re:Wearing underwear at beach or pool -- where is is done, any procecutions?

Date Posted:10/31/2018 06:25:03Copy HTML

Most of my thongs are sold as underwear. Due to the material no one would ever know unless I told them!
NudeNArizona #37

Re:Wearing underwear at beach or pool -- where is is done, any procecutions?

Date Posted:10/31/2018 06:58:03Copy HTML

barefootthong, I would have to agree with you and mostly because the swimwear I see are too much coverage for my perticular choice. I haven't wore "technically" swimwear in decades for a few reasons. 1. I do not like the larger cuts of thong swimwear, 2. I don't like lined swimwear. So a long time ago I started buying G-strings which were smaller in cut, unlined and usually of a lighter material. Now on the other hand I don't wear my so called underwear as underwear and only as a swimsuit
JM_Runs #38

Re:Wearing underwear at beach or pool -- where is is done, any procecutions?

Date Posted:10/31/2018 10:41:23Copy HTML

Many thongs that are marketed as underwear are fine for the public beach or pool. 

Stay away from is thongs that are made of lace, net or mesh, or that are transparent or translucent, or become so when wet. 

Don't do white or white trim, otherwise it really looks like you are wearing underwear.  

I have thongs that are mesh, or that are somewhat transparent when dry and reveal all when wet, but reserve them for around my yard or out on the boat.

You ask about "any precautions" - trim and apply sunscreen. 

Also, try to wear thongs that really fit well. Just because you can get in them does not mean you should. 
A good fitting thong is lose enough that the flesh to bulge out above and below the side straps. 

barefootthong #39

Re:Wearing underwear at beach or pool -- where is is done, any procecutions?

Date Posted:11/01/2018 01:47:16Copy HTML

One other thing that may sound funny but I think works great is actually women’s underwear bottoms. Victoria’s Secret had a “Body by Victoria” simple bottom in bikini and thong. It had no frills or any clue that it was made for either sex. I wore and still wear what I have left as swimwear. Both the bikini and the thong. They also had what they called a V string. I had two of them. At one time I had a Speedo thong, but never liked wearing is as much.
tbck1000 #40

Re:Wearing underwear at beach or pool -- where is is done, any procecutions?

Date Posted:11/01/2018 02:37:41Copy HTML

I wear underwear as a swimsuit often. I always choose underwear with no fly. Other than that, I wear whatever I feel like. I wear very skimpy underwear to swim in at times and have had no problems. If I am going somewhere that I think might offer the chance to swim, but not certain enough to pack swim gear; I wear something more moderate and not obviously underwear with no fly. That way, I can just strip down and go swimming.

beachlion #41

Re:Wearing underwear at beach or pool -- where is is done, any procecutions?

Date Posted:11/02/2018 12:35:43Copy HTML

On most websites, there is almost no difference between underwear and swimsuits. When there is a difference, the swimsuits are much bigger. For underwear I have thongs and g-strings only. For swimsuits the same. The duller models go in the underwear drawer. As long as thong-type suits are allowed at the beach and the naughty parts are covered, I don't see a reason for prosecution.
CKWonderer #42

Re:Wearing underwear at beach or pool -- where is is done, any procecutions?

Date Posted:11/02/2018 02:09:42Copy HTML

Hey tbck1000.  I carry a few propper thong in my car, backpack, pocket just in case I have a thong opportunity.  I always wear bikini “underwear” anyway so no fly, but if I’m out, I want a thong or G.


I was a Boy Scout...   Be Prepared.

tbck1000 #43

Re:Wearing underwear at beach or pool -- where is is done, any procecutions?

Date Posted:11/02/2018 10:18:31Copy HTML

@CK Wonderer,  I do appreciate what you say. Believe me, I pack several thongs and bikinis when traveling. But, sometimes I just wingi it. LOL. If I had to chose, I would probably choose underwear instead of swimwear. I prefer not to wear Swimwear as underwear, but I do not mind wearing underwear as swimwear at all.

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