Are “Thongs” Still A Thing?

Once upon a time lived a tiny little piece of string in your butt for at least 7-8 hours a day. This piece of string was connected to two other little pieces of string along with a small triangular piece of fabric to cover pubic areas. Thongs are supposed to serve a purpose of some sort between the genitals and the anus. Only Sisqo truly knows the significance of thongs …

 

Surprisingly, thongs or g-strings have been around since the 1970’s, but didn’t become a fashion trend until the late 90’s, early 2000’s. They were so popular, designers created looks just to show them off. How horrible are humans really…seriously? Damn whoever okayed this anal inconvenience in the board room. Looking back (literally), what was the practicalities or pleasure behind G-strings? Do women actually wear these contraptions to work for 8-9 hours a day, plus the 2-3 hours of commute to and from? How about the gym? Are thongs worn to the gym, or do you keep a backup of panties in the athletic bag? Are errands ran in a G-string as well?

Leopard print sexy little panties female cheetah thong(China (Mainland))

 

Not entirely to toot my age horn, but I wasn’t old enough to fully embrace the thong and its skimpy butt-loving glory. I may have owned 10-15 pairs of thongs in my life (half were by default or wardrobe demands). By the time I was old enough to consider ‘sexy underwear options’, I’d already moved on and upgraded to the fabulous playmates known as “boy shorts”. We’ve been in a long-term relationship for quite some time now. I don’t see us breaking up any time soon. They get me, I get them.

 

 

 

In my opinion, boy shorts are like that one loyal BFF you’ve  had since high school, college and made it through your first real job with. Boy shorts always have your back (not to mention your front), through thick and thin. Even when the sucky experiences in life come and go, boy shorts can always withstand the pressures. I live in boy shorts. Thongs are for show and graphic content and white pants only.

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