Just for Fun - Thongs or Granny Panties?

Jackie - posted on 12/01/2010 ( 286 moms have responded )

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I can wear either/or. Although, I find myself reaching for the granny's more often than I like to admit. And no, I'm not talking about REAL granny panties that go up to your neck or my Grandmother's actual underoos. lol. More like bikini style or boy shorts. Although, I do feel sexier in a thong when I'm dressed for success ;)



Or maybe you go commando?



So let's hear it ladies. Are you a thong or granny panty type of girl and why?



EDIT: Do you think your SO should have a say in what you wear if he (or she) has a preference? Like Jon prefers that I wear thongs and he jokes me about granny panties when I don't wear them.

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Dana - posted on 12/03/2010

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Christina grow the fuck up and get over yourself. How ridiculous can you get?

Shauna - posted on 12/03/2010

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i 2nd sherri ..... lay off of christina ... You know what your doing Dana .... give it a rest

Kylie - posted on 12/03/2010

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Dana has a great sense of humor..thats sounding like a personal attack to me Christina and thats something you can help.

I get white marks on my undies so i take them off and wash them..voila like new again!! Better than choking up landfill with a family liner addiction.

Dana - posted on 12/03/2010

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Seriously don't you find it a bit ironic that you keep complaining about someone targeting you yet, a day later you're still trying to come after me? You need to do some serious introspection.

Dana - posted on 12/03/2010

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What threads? You've been back quite a while right? I haven't bombarded you with crap. It's been ONE thread, I've purposely avoided you because you make things up and freak out on people ALL the time.

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Ez - posted on 12/03/2010

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Ok I'm locking this thread. And please.. nobody start a new thread about vag juice and pantyliner or my head might expode.

Charlie - posted on 12/03/2010

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Dear Jebus Christina , I actually cannot remember what I used to say to you when you would write GROW UP over and over with all the heavy shit going on in my life I'm really just here to slip in my humorous morsels to lighten the thread , I have no wish to deeply discuss and debate vaginal juices and variations of crust .

Bonnie - posted on 12/03/2010

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Well I guessed Christina's reasoning. That was my good deed lol. I am excluding myself from any fingers being pointed.

Isobel - posted on 12/03/2010

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Let me help you out Christina



you: "oops, sorry I missed that post, never mind :)"



see how that works? Just cause you don't get the jokes doesn't mean they aren't funny.

Dana - posted on 12/03/2010

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I actually do have a life, I'm getting ready to go see my husband's band play and I'll have so much more fun knowing I'm right....Mwhahahahahahaha

C. - posted on 12/03/2010

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Again, and I've explained this a thousand times in this very group.. I use CAPS as a way to stress my words b/c I don't always feel like taking the time to insert codes. If that bothers you, too bad. I hate codes and I've always used CAPS. It just comes naturally to me. Sorry.

C. - posted on 12/03/2010

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Dana, I didn't even read your last post.. Just please, get a life and let it go.

Krista - posted on 12/03/2010

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I would also like to point out that writing in capital letters is the equivalent of shouting online, which begs me to ask the question, exactly who's knickers are in a knot here?

C. - posted on 12/03/2010

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I know this isn't a thread about panty liners. All I did was mention that I wore them everyday and everyone got on my case. It wasn't my fault people were asking me questions over and over. I don't have control over what they type.

Krista - posted on 12/03/2010

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Oh, I totally read the other posts... that were on topic.... in a thread about underwear and NOT panty-liners or whether or not women need them for one purpose or the other.

Dana - posted on 12/03/2010

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I am over but,because you keep taking my post out of context and posting it, I continue to have to make myself clear.

Did you or did you not just post this?

"I just wanted to make it clear that her generalization wasn't every woman's problem if they wear liners (she made is SEEM that would be the only reason). I didn't take it personally, and I've even said that already! So.. Why try and start all this up again? We've all moved on."

Don't worry, my knickers aren't in a knot, I'm actually not wearing any. ;)

C. - posted on 12/03/2010

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Oh for crying out loud.. I KNOW THAT NOW, DANA!!!! What part of that do you not understand???? I was just explaining to her that I didn't take it personally and was just trying to clarify a point! WHY are you getting your panties in a twist over THAT??? JUST GET OVER IT ALREADY AND MOVE ON! PLEASE? For all that is good and holy??? Can you??

Dana - posted on 12/03/2010

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If I was generalizing and saying there was something wrong with other women wearing pantyliners, there would be a comma between "liners and "if"

Here, I'll show it actually.
Hell, I don't think anyone in this thread thinks there's anything wrong with wearing panty liners, if you have massive amounts of discharge.

Do you see the difference now?

Dana - posted on 12/03/2010

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JUMPIN JESUS CHRIST, I didn't generalize, I was speaking directly to Sharon's post.



Sharon Grey - posted 4 hours ago



oh wow so women with what they consider heavy discharge are nasty and poor and can't afford enough underwear to change? Fuck - good to know. I guess i should throw away my debit and credit cards and toss out my underwear in order to keep myself to your lower standards.







You - posted 4 hours ago



Hell, I don't think anyone in this thread thinks there's anything wrong with wearing panty liners if you have massive amounts of discharge.

C. - posted on 12/03/2010

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Did you read the other posts, Krista, or are you just assuming things?



I just wanted to make it clear that her generalization wasn't every woman's problem if they wear liners (she made is SEEM that would be the only reason). I didn't take it personally, and I've even said that already! So.. Why try and start all this up again? We've all moved on.

Krista - posted on 12/03/2010

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So, let me sum this up... this thread has been hijacked because someone generalized about wearing panty liners?!? SERIOUSLY? Did you REALLY take offense at a seemingly generalized statement about panty liners?

C. - posted on 12/03/2010

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Thank you, Teresa (and to Sharon, too). It's nice to know I'm not the only one that wears them :) And Teresa.. I hope your appointment goes well!

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OK... I'm guilty of only reading page 12 and skimming 13 before responding (hey, someone's got to go get those girls), but I wear pantiliners all the time. Told you, TMI issues, some of which I am going to the doctor for in 2 weeks. I 'could' change my underwear several times a day, but a pantiliner fits in my back pocket a whole lot easier..... and I don't particularly enjoy doing laundry more often. I have enough underwear to wear one a day for 3-4 weeks (I do laundry more often than THAT, but as little as possible). Carry on. ;)

C. - posted on 12/03/2010

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I read most of the posts, but I did miss Sharon's post somehow. That's what I meant by not reading everyone's posts. I missed one, skimmed the others, including Dana's and saw she said something about massive discharge. It wasn't like I took it personally. Just wanted to point out that 'massive discharge' isn't the only reason women wear liners everyday, if that makes sense. (And sorry.. Hubby called, so I was on the phone and couldn't finish adding to this post. So if you already read it, please read the added part.)

C. - posted on 12/03/2010

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Um, no. That's not what I said at all. And you talk about me having comprehension issues.. Ok..

Dana - posted on 12/03/2010

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So basically, you didn't read the whole thread, picked out my post and misread, was rude about it and then you accuse me of attacking you. Priceless.

C. - posted on 12/03/2010

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Whatever Dana. Quit acting like a child. You're older than me, for crying out loud. And you do avoid me.. Until you see me post something that a whole bunch of people start asking me questions about and then of course, you always put in your 2¢ and don't quit until it gets out of hand. You're funny, though.. I don't think I've laughed so hard in my life.. Well, I have and at your posts. But I do think these posts take the cake..

Dana - posted on 12/03/2010

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And I see no point in hijacking this thread any longer with stupidity. Thanks, have great night!

C. - posted on 12/03/2010

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I didn't see Sharon's post. It's not about comprehension. It's about being in a hurry and not reading EVERYONE'S posts. You've done it, I've done it, hell we've ALL done that. So again, why do you waste your time picking on me? We've all got better things to do than listen to grown women act like children.

Dana - posted on 12/03/2010

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If you read the post of Sharon's above you might realize I was replying to HER. Again, comprehension is key. ;)

C. - posted on 12/03/2010

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Bullshit it's just one thread! EVERY thread you reply to me on, you're always bombarding me with the SAME questions when I've already answered them. Your posts are the messed up ones, not mine, honey.

And you calling my behavior childish when I said that same thing to you yesterday.. Classic and oh-so-original..

C. - posted on 12/03/2010

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"Hell, I don't think anyone in this thread thinks there's anything wrong with wearing panty liners if you have massive amounts of discharge."

I didn't take it that seriously, but it also sounded like you could be saying the only reason anyone would have to wear liners everyday is from massive discharge, which isn't true.

Dana - posted on 12/03/2010

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Seriously Christina, get over it, I don't have some vendetta against you, you seem to be the one who has an issue. I ask you a few questions in ONE thread and you're turning it into some conspiracy. It's rather messed up, I don't have time or the need for such childish behavior.

C. - posted on 12/03/2010

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And Loureen.. I'm sure you've noticed that Dana keeps telling me to grow up, even though there wasn't anything said to be an attack.. What happened to the thing you used to tell me when I used to say the same thing to others?? It seems to just be a one-way street..

Dana - posted on 12/03/2010

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Where did I generalize? And actually I have quite the sense of humor. ;)

C. - posted on 12/03/2010

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No, no, Kylie. She never seems to have a sense of humor when replying to me. I think it's just a personal vendetta she has, but that's Ok. And I would seriously like to know just HOW that sounded like a personal attack??



I guess I'm just going to have to keep putting a heck of a lot of LOLs in my posts from now on. I honestly couldn't be in a lighter mood right now- even lighter than yesterday, which I didn't think was possible- and yet she is still getting angry at me over nothing and keeps telling me to grow up.

C. - posted on 12/03/2010

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Your post is the one that stuck out to me the most b/c you were the one generalizing. And I wasn't 'coming after you'. I can't help it if you don't have a funny bone in your body. I actually thought it was funny about the pee thing..



And I am getting ridiculous?? What the hell did I even say? It was meant to be a funny post. If you took it that personally, that's your problem- not mine.

C. - posted on 12/03/2010

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Dana S.. I don't think most women that wear liners have MASSIVE discharge. Seriously, the smallest drop makes my underwear feel like it's been hit by a waterfall, just b/c I don't like to be 'wet' down there (unless, of course, hubby and I are about to go at it). And then there's still the ghostly white staining on your undies.. I don't know about you, but I spend way too much on my undies for them to be all stained up ($5-$10 per pair.. And yes, I consider that to be too much just to end up with stains). But hey, if you like stains and feeling like you dribbled a drop of pee in your underwear, that's your business.

Amanda - posted on 12/03/2010

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Jenn- lmfao..... I mean ew gross....
Sharon - not. ..exactly what I meant...at all... but I sure don't own enough underwear to change them every hour. (Unless I did way more laundry than I care too) ....

Charlene - posted on 12/03/2010

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I read the whole thing.. and I must say.. the loss of brain cells did happen. I hope I get them back. :P

Dana - posted on 12/03/2010

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Well, it's a funny read but, you might lose brain cells in the process. Fair warning. ;)

Jackie - posted on 12/03/2010

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I'm a lil' late to this party....sorry! - Dana Mak





Boy, have you missed a good one! I would go back and read all 12 pages if I were you!!

Dana - posted on 12/03/2010

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Hell, I don't think anyone in this thread thinks there's anything wrong with wearing panty liners if you have massive amounts of discharge.

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Sharon I know, I wanna know who owns enough pairs of knickers to change them every couple of hours, I'd run out of knickers in a day bloody hell...



Edit to add or be washing them constently - I do enough laudry as it is!

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I have to say you ladies have prompted me to have a commando day, it is kind of liberating although I'm not sure I would be comfortable if I had to go out, it would be too cold at the mo bloody -13 degree temps grr!

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