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By fetch boy.. / Monday 5 August 2013 05:28 / United States - Bellmore
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  zen1979  |  16

I always wonder why it's so easy to forget something like underwear. "... Hmm, I feel like I'm missing something...Phone? Purse? Lipstick? Nope got it all. Oh well. "

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  Epikouros  |  31

Most people put on clean underwear in the morning, so it's easy to forget yesterday's underwear that you threw off in the heat of the moment. I've been there. Luckily, no parents were involved, and it was a good excuse to have another date.

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  nurchok  |  15

38, when one goes to bf for a sleepover, I wouldn't expect her to bring a clean set of underwear with her. 39, if she doesn't wear undies on regular basis, why would she wear them on the way there? And if she did, how could she forget?

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  nurchok  |  15

13, I like your comment, but personally, I prefer girls that wash their junk rather than venting it :)

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  NSN82  |  13

I'm sure she brought another pair of underwear. The ones she wore when she got there and the clean ones she put on the next day. She probably thought she took the dirty ones home.

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  Juneyah1017  |  9

Or she just brought one, got it In with her bf, then left the panties thinking she wore them.

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  hcollins1  |  18

How do you unknowingly bring one pair of underwear then think you're wearing them when you leave? It feels quite different when you're not wearing them unless you're used to going commando!

By  Queensland  |  27

You must be fun at parties.

By  Welshite  |  39

I actually kind of agree with #4. I don't approve of children/teens sneaking behind their parents back. It just invites problems like unwanted pregnancies if the teens don't have access to birth control, or are not fully aware of safe sex practices. I'd rather my children approach me so that I can provide them with a bit of safety if they need it.

By  peacheso  |  31

Where in this post does it say OP is a teen??

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