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By ewwy / Sunday 10 October 2010 06:54 / United States
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  Filitov  |  0

As you said #8, there is some rationale behind washing them in the same load of laundry. However, I personally wouldn't wash a friend's jacket in the same load of laundry that contained any undergarments; especially if I would find them especially embarassing to be seen. Maybe that's just me. *shrugs*

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  catatonicsleep  |  17

everything comes out clean so theres no harm in washing stuff together.... but i would check all pockets etc before i dried anything, i shake my laundry when it comes out the washing machines, helps with crinkles and also dislodges misplaced items :D

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Jackets tend to be made out of much heavier material than knickers, even the granny kind. That's why I'd wash them separately. Unless I had to go to a laundromat-- all bets are off when quarters get involved.

By  ireply_wlyrics  |  27

lol what 10 said. laugh it off. thisll be a source of inside jokes (maybe-hopefully) between you and your friend :D id probably go E, what? at first then giggle away the awkwardness besides, whats wrong with wearing granny panties???

By  perdix  |  29

He was probably more offended by how much you stretched out his jacket with your obese form than your comically large and unappealing undergarment.

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  cadillacgal79  |  32

Lots of girls do, it's not that uncommon, they're a hell of a lot better than string around your crotch and some girls call them "period panties" because it's what normal girls wear while on their period and not string.

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