By dorrisdoes - 28/07/2014 20:47 - New Zealand
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Did you even read my comment? I just said, you can easily get pants that are cute/sexy whilst still being comfortable. Maybe I should clarify, but this includes being comfortable on your period and being large enough to hold a pad. There are loads of full pants that still have nice materials, patterns, textures, details, trims, etc. That's why I asked if perhaps my definition of granny pants was incorrect. And in case you thought the pink outline was a lie - I'm a girl, I kind of have had periods before.
...is that it? I mean I can kind of understand that...but obviously that's a worse case scenario. I don't expect that to happen every day of my period so I don't feel it's worth the risk, or me at least. Plus it's not like I wear decent underwear just for other people - it makes me feel fresh and happy and stuff which I think is especially important at that time when you can already be feeling down. In any case, to anyone that does have that issue a lot....try washing with shampoo, it works wonders. ; )
But wait...if the reason is that it might get ruined ...well, then it doesn't matter either way right? As I said, you can get nice underwear cheaply...so surely even if you stain it and have to throw it out, it doesn't really matter money wise? And if for some reason you keep the stained underwear (maybe you're really broke and/or don't think it's that badly stained) then wouldn't you rather have fancy stained underwear where the stain is concealed by details or patterns than really plain stained underwear where the stain is really obvious? Meaning you might as well wear something nice. The only thing I would avoid would be expensive underwear or underwear that matches a bra because then you end up with half a set. Otherwise, I can't see how it would really be an issue.
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I don't understand :/
it had to be the Granny panties and not the sexy underwear. Don't you hate that?
hahah just say it was the patient before him. and... check your scrubs.