Originally Posted by mtbrncofn
I've heard this too many times. I thought maybe I gave up on them too quickly. So I even tried breaking myself in slowly. Kinda like when you get contacts for the first time and you are only supposed to wear them so long each day til you get up to the full day. I think I made it an hour. At that point, I was so damn grouchy....even my husband ( who was avidly cheering this on ) was begging me to get rid of them.
I have come to the conclusion that there are thong women and non-thong women. I am definitely in the latter category.
( I've also noticed they like to charge 3 times as much for thong undies than regular ones. The less fabric, the more $$. )
This is a facinating read and I have several follow up questions. The first is why, after deciding that you didn't like them, you wanted to make another go of them and "break yourself in slowly?" Personally, if a type of undergarment annoys me, I toss it out. So what I'm asking is, what motivated you to want to try and join the thong world in spite of the obvious discomforts associated therein?
Also, I've noticed that they do charge a lot for underwear, and the skimpier the more expensive. I was dating a girl who I took to victoria's secret because she wanted to just "pick up some bras". I thought, "that's fine, I bet they'll be like buying socks; You get your size and just throw a bunch into a bag." Well the one braw she wants is $40! I couldn't believe it. I was like "is it bullet resistant?" Then we were looking at these (admitedly sexy) tiny little fabric thongs made of string and a piece of cheesecloth and they were ten bucks...on CLEARANCE. So yeah, it sounds like "beauty" costs a lot, these days.