Thursday, April 23, 2015

'T' Is For 'Tighty Whitey'


Tighty Whitey


Soft White Cotton Sack
Holds The Boys Close And Secure
Wait!  Is That Coleman?

29 comments:

  1. Tighty whities are strange to me because as men we wear them until our teen years, at which point we switch to boxer shorts. Then, when we get older, we go back to the tighty whities. It's like the circle of underwear. Not as deep and meaningful as the circle of life but what can you do?

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    1. Wear boxer briefs. Not as dorky as tighty-whiteys, and there's no uncomfortable "falling out" as with boxers.

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    2. I've never liked wearing boxers, but I love boxer briefs.

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  2. I knew you'd use that one at some point, I was prepared

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    1. It's one of my "stock" pictures and, thus, one of my favorites.

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  3. Kinda like what the athletic bras do for the girls, huh?

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  4. The look. The feel. The fabric of our lives.

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    1. The little pee hole that we never use.

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  5. better to have Tom Cruise singing old time Rock N Roll back in the day

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    1. One of my favorite Tom Cruise movies.

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  6. Tighty whities? What's wrong with size #40 Spiderman Underoos?

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  7. Coleman has fat thighs. At least they are not walking the opposite way so we see the skid marks

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    1. If he runs, the friction will make him burst into flames.

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  8. Never understood why they had to be white; white never stays clean. They should be black. Then again, that would make them tighty blackies, which doesn't have the same ring to it.

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  9. Coleman was my last name when I was 1st married (it was a false start). So, NO...that's not Coleman.

    FYI - the have to be white so you can bleach them!

    I hated when my older boys decided tighty-whiteys weren't cool. Boxers are SO much more expensive.

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  10. Al, I didn't need to read your hilarious haiku before I was practically pee-ing in my tighty whities. Coleman lives forever. God bless him.

    PS Thanks for thinking of me. =)

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    1. We'll always have a picture of Gary Coleman in his skivvies.

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  11. It just wouldn't have been the same if you didn't include this photo! Tighty whities with black socks will never go out of style at Penwasser Place! Love the haiku too!

    Julie

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  12. There was a time that these where the go to underwear for men

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