This Panty Horror Story starts and ends in green undies…
Train wreck. You’ve seen someone’s panties when they didn’t want you to, right? Maybe it was the whale tail made by a thong, a visible panty line, or someone’s granny panties sticking out of the top of their low-rise pants…
Could you look away? Were you hypnotized? Were you embarrassed for the panty wearer?
I could’ve died the other day. One of my co-workers, someone super well respected that I just don’t know that well came into my work space at the office and basically spent the entirety of our 5 minute conversation looking down my as$ crack. Like how you might peer over a cliff into the abyss. He couldn’t look away. I was the train wreck.
My panties as flamboyant as the amazing lorikeet. Creative Commons photo courtesy Live♥Laugh♥Love on flickr.
Laundry day ignored meant I was wearing a super cute and super ridiculous green thong with purple polka dots, trim, and a purple lace up back. Totally ridiculous. Like the lorikeet (my new favorite bird).
Open back stool + skinny jeans + top that was just a bit too short for sitting in an open back stool in low cut skinny jeans + laundry day ignored = Good-God-when-will-this-conversation-end-and-how-long-will-I-be-reliving-it?
Sigh. I lived to tell the tale.
But it also made me think about wearing the right panties and how the perfect pair of panties is something you put on and only think about it if you want to. Which is why I love my Upitees so much. They’re so comfy and reliable, it’s almost like I’m putting on peace of mind.
I know I won’t be worrying about my panties when I wear them. So I can give my attention to everything else that needs it. And still be pleasantly surprised at how awesome it is to be wearing neon green panties (no polka dots, but with a screen print of the Eiffel Tower) when I take off the same pair of skinny jeans.
My beloved Upitees!
What about you? Any tales of how panties ruined your life (or maybe just your day)? Don’t you think this should be a recurring series? Please comment below with your tales of woe, or interest in sharing a story by writing a guest post. I look forward to seeing you in the comments!