Monday, September 28, 2020

VENTILATION

As an equitable and tolerant sort, strong in my conviction that what's good for the goose is good for the gander, this blogger firmly believes that during hot weather especially women should feel free to wear comfortably baggy boxer shorts and wife beaters (A-shirts) as both inner and, if necessary, outer, wear.
I know that they don't have dangly bits.
But everybody needs ventilation.

Tidy whities, OR form fitting cotton panties, fail in that regard. I myself have avoided such garments for decades now, and am a better man for it. You will be too. Woman.
A better woman.

Tidy whities and the female equivalent lead to fungus, itch, and discomfort. Especially during hot weather. Such as we're having now.


Fortunately many brands of boxers come with a button halfway down the gap, so that you can be modest and not flash, although when you're in a hurry finding that button may prove frustrating. Which teaches you not to rush things. Jolly good advice in any case.
Take your time, plan ahead, make sure someone is covering your shift or the front desk, and excuse yourself.

Boxers, unfortunately, are lousy for keeping in the baby powder or talcum. It will sort of trickle down your legs. But you can live with that. The trails may help you find your way back home, just a thought, or let a search party locate you in the wilderness. Look on the bright side.

And don't forget to hydrate properly.




==========================================================================
NOTE: Readers may contact me directly:
LETTER BOX.
All correspondence will be kept in confidence.
==========================================================================

2 comments:

Cecily said...

Actually, as a female I can report that we have an equivalent to roomy boxer shorts: pettipants. Perfect for summer wear as they eliminate chafing as well.

The back of the hill said...

I wholeheartedly approve of the elimination of chafing.

Search This Blog

DEAD WHALES ON WAVERLY

It is of course axiomatic that what I like may not appeal to you. And, if you are not a pipe smoker, it may offend you. If you are a pipe sm...