for people with designer men underwear...

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    Dec 01, 2014 12:20 PM GMT
    You can't go wrong with 2xist, good quality product and they last a long time.
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    Dec 01, 2014 2:20 PM GMT
    Underwear is so fucking expensive! Holy christ!!
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    Dec 01, 2014 4:35 PM GMT
    leafgreen saidlmao

    I just hate waistbands

    i hate how they squeeze on my belly/tummy/abdominal and it feels like consciously aware of the waistband 25/7.

    the pouch question was mainly to see if the pouch make a difference or no

    Have you tried low-rise underwear?

    I had my fancy underwear phase in my 20s, now, all I'm wearing is CK briefs, mostly in black.
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    Dec 01, 2014 4:37 PM GMT
    For those who like C-in2 underwear and are reading this on "Cyber Monday"... HUGE discounts on the discontinued
    briefs, etc. Makes it very reasonable to purchase.

    www.c-in2.com

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    Dec 01, 2014 5:04 PM GMT
    I like boxers. J. Crew. I like to hang free and totally buy the argument that it is healthiest to let your balls self-regulate heat. Besides, the sexiest of all is when you can see a big dick (not me) hanging down one side of a guy's pants. I do have a couple of Aussiebum low-rise briefs with the pouch that I'll occasionally wear with jeans. Especially if I'm hoping to dance shirtless in some dark, crowded club. Which happens almost never. The lift up and foreword with a good pair of low rise jeans with a stretchy fabric is a good look. But for every day? Cotton boxers. With a big dog print on 'em.

    (I really do not get into guys doing sexy poses in underwear like women have done for ages. Find that un-masculine.)
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    Dec 01, 2014 5:22 PM GMT
    With Aussiebums I find it depends on the specific type. There are some which seem to only be designed to wear for about an hour they are so uncomfortable. There are other types which are ok except only 2/3 of my bum actually fits in them. The other types fit fine and can be worn all day no problem. Surprisingly this includes the Wonderjock ones which look uncomfortable.
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    Dec 01, 2014 6:42 PM GMT
    Ohno saidWith Aussiebums I find it depends on the specific type. There are some which seem to only be designed to wear for about an hour they are so uncomfortable. There are other types which are ok except only 2/3 of my bum actually fits in them. The other types fit fine and can be worn all day no problem. Surprisingly this includes the Wonderjock ones which look uncomfortable.

    The only thing you can't have in Aussiebums is an actual bum, they should be called "Aussieflatarses"
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    Dec 02, 2014 6:04 AM GMT
    Another underwear post yawnnnnnnnnnnnn.
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    Dec 02, 2014 6:07 AM GMT
    Yes there is a difference. It's comfortable. I wouldn't have to slouch as much.
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    Mar 20, 2015 1:12 PM GMT
    what I've found is that the designer ones not only look better most of the time, but that they are made of better fabrics (wicking stuff is great to help remove ball sweat)

    many people treat underwear as though it were wrapping paper, and to be fair... it kinda is. though a designer pair is more like a professional wrapping job, that one would expect for genuine celebratory events
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    Mar 20, 2015 5:19 PM GMT
    calguy456 saidUnderwear is so fucking expensive! Holy christ!!


    Not if you're patient and know when and where to buy it. The "outlet/sale" pages of JCrew, Lands' End, LL Bean, Banana Republic, and others all have great deals on good cotton u-trou throughout the year, generally under $5 each. Same for the outlet malls, where you can add Brooks Bros. and Jockey to the mix. But as my friends and I used to joke in HS, good old JC Penney's are the "easiest." I like having a wide selection of colorful patterned boxers to wear, as I pretty much live in them when inside my home, especially in summer.