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36 Responses to Published

  1. LOL! Well done. I loved that first ad, a pleasure to wear and sporty enough to share πŸ˜‰

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  2. impostorpawn says:

    very clever,
    great work.

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  3. Stevie Lynn says:

    This is a fun read!

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  4. stevenharris says:

    Mine are out of date :0

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  5. crimsonprose says:

    I’m worried about that ‘Sporty enough to share’. Is that before or after wear? And I love the granny pants; reminds me of my grandmother’s bloomers (reached the knee, in pink rayon; very attractive!)

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  6. hahahaha … You are really good at this, my dear! A brilliant poem this one.
    I never see panties the same way ever again! I’ll reblogged this, ok? πŸ™‚

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  7. Reblogged this on MY.THOUGHTS.MY.LIFE.MY.WORLD. and commented:
    Elan can see things with different mind – I love her writing on garment like this. Had a good laugh reading it. Go and check her blog, people! πŸ™‚

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  8. Great observations. Until about a year ago I had socks with days of the week so that I would wear the wrong dates in pathetic rebellion.

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  9. Lol. This is great! So creative, I love it πŸ™‚

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  10. msenecal68 says:

    oh My Goodness! I was in elementary school when I stopped wearing the “daily” panties and as for comfort, I’ve been wearing “boy shorts” for years! Soft elastic on legs and no panty lines!! Win in my book!!!

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  11. James Bui says:

    LOL. I love it. Very creative and thoughtful.

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  12. Haha. First time I’ve ever read an ode to knickers. I quite enjoyed it. πŸ˜€

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  13. So clever – made me laugh. The ads cracked me up too.

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  14. vivachange77 says:

    Fun and naughty. I remember having dated panties. We just called them underpants, though we mostly wore skirts back then. I guess that really dates me. πŸ™‚

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  15. Nice find on the ads, and excellent “commentary.” Reposted to share the joy.

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  16. This is piece fabulous!

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  17. John says:

    I had a laugh and thoroughly enjoyed myself! Why did I separate those two thoughts? In any case, keep it up!

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  18. Too funny!!! But with the prices posted it really makes me wonder why do we pay so much for panties now? I love the ads.

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  19. keepdabeets says:

    hahahaha, too true, especially the part about granny panties being the biggest perverts :3 love your poetry.

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  20. very nice. Scattered thoughts are right up my alley! Its refreshing to read this. not to long by very capturing

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  21. frankpovah says:

    Just beautiful – Undies are so dated. I look forward to navigating my way through your poesy.

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  22. frankpovah says:

    A thought occurred to me Panties are done thru August! All must go!

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  23. CurvyLou says:

    Anthropomorphism of the nether garments. Awesome.
    You find the greatest images. At top: “Sporty Enough so Share!” Such incredible, weird copy in old ads.

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  24. Haha!!! Awesome post!! Underwear is never gonna be the same again! Please do check out my blog as well!

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  25. weirdaweso3e says:

    This was funny and quite true. You know you have talent when you can make writing about underwear interesting. Nice job. πŸ™‚

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  26. AwesomeJon says:

    What…?! Rofl! Dude this is hilarious. I’m an inactive, still faithful Mormon who never rated my Spider-Man underoos and this is hilarious. But weird. Kudos to you πŸ˜€

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  27. frankpovah says:

    Took a while, but it just occurred to me – Thongs are so up themselves

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  28. shimmy440 says:

    …or this one, actually πŸ™‚

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