For me, wearing a thong was a sign that I was an adult. It was adult underwear, meant for grownups. And I was a grownup. Or so I thought. I think I was in my late teens when I got my first thong. It was purple and made of lace and the string at the back was very thin. Actually, it was called a t-string. I loved that thong (or t-string), and I was heartbroken when my aunt threw it away because it was evil.
Now that I’m a “real” adult – with bills and responsibilities and a toddler – I cannot remember the last time I wore a thong. Do men even still find it sexy? Probably. But these days, I’m all about comfort. It’s been so long since I wore a thong that I won’t be surprised if it has been at least two years. Yup, it’s been that long.
Just like a lot of things in life, you want what you don’t have. And when you finally get it, you realize that it’s not all you thought it was going to be. Also, for me, as I have gotten older, my priorities have also shifted. Back then, I was very, very concerned about what my butt looked like in a fitting skirt. The thought of having panty lines was just unimaginable. Now, however, I have taken on a nonchalant –almost celebratory – stand where it concerns panty lines. It’s like I even find it sexy. I don’t know if I find it sexy because I really do find it sexy, or if I find it sexy because my underwears are lacy and cute and I kind of want you to know. Does this count
What I know for sure is that I feel about my underwear the same way I feel about my clothes and shoes: comfort is my priority. Of course, when it comes to shoes, I know that high heels can only be so comfortable, but I definitely will not be purchasing shoes that pinch from the go.Does this count
But back to underwear and speaking about discomfort, how you ever worn cheeksters? Well, I don’t know their official name, but Victoria’s Secret calls them cheeksters. They are the worst! They’re not thongs, and they’re not full cover underwear either; they’re in-between regular undwerwear and thongs. They look nice on TV and in magazines,s o I bought a few of them, and I suffered for it. It was like having a thong with generous material stuck between your butt cheeks. Never again.
Anyway, I’m really curious: do you still wear thongs?