11. 10. 2005
We've all seen it - panty lines, thong strings that peek above jeans, that glimpse of granny underwear when a woman bends over or crouches down (as seen many times on moms at the playground chasing toddlers, along with the dreaded plumber's butt...something I'm really self-conscious about). Whatever it is, we shouldn't have to look at other people's underwear. It's not our fault really. When the underwear industry has to rethink the shape and cut of underwear because all the jeans are so ridiculously low, it's confusing to shop when there are so many different styles.
Maybe anti-panti is the answer! It's a 4-inch round cotton disk with adhesive backing that you stick to your pants instead of underwear. Um, isn't that a pantyliner? No, says anti-panti. "It's not meant to be worn during that special time of the month. It's not institutional". Uh, ok. Besides, does your pantyliner come in all these patterns and colors? You can even be up close and personal with Jesus! Yeouch!
You can also buy them at drugstore.com, but they won't have Jesus.