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Underwear.... To wear or not to wear?

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  • zachbonnerzachbonner Posts: 4,316Member Member Posts: 4,316Member Member
    I am sufficiently disgusted.
  • SofaKingRad_IISofaKingRad_II Posts: 591Member Posts: 591Member
    These responses are exactly why I spray the heck out of the spin bike seat and triple wipe it before I use it. I don't need to even think for a second that anyone at the gym can see through my pants, nor do I want to come close to sharing crotch sweat with strangers, so I wear cotton g-strings from H&M. Buy them a size big so you can put them on your hip and they don't dent you and the 'floss' in the back is thin so it won't wreck you because of friction.

    Well you just took the fun out of my bike seat sniffing experience :cry:
  • SpeSHul_SnoflEHkSpeSHul_SnoflEHk Posts: 6,351Member Member Posts: 6,351Member Member
    A layer of cotton is not going to make that much of a difference in anything. If the snail trails with yoga pants, it trails with undies and yoga pants.

    Wear a pantyliner in your yoga pants or in your panties. Nobody can see it, it hides any anatomical features you may want to hide (I'm talking to you, camel), and it stops the snail in its trail.

    Shh. Some of us like the camel toe look.
  • BigBellyGoAwayBigBellyGoAway Posts: 781Member Member Posts: 781Member Member
    A layer of cotton is not going to make that much of a difference in anything. If the snail trails with yoga pants, it trails with undies and yoga pants.

    Wear a pantyliner in your yoga pants or in your panties. Nobody can see it, it hides any anatomical features you may want to hide (I'm talking to you, camel), and it stops the snail in its trail.

    Camel toe is a beautiful thing. Moose knuckle, on the other hand....
  • headofphatheadofphat Posts: 1,609Member Member Posts: 1,609Member Member
    boxer briefs for the coral effect.
  • George_Baileys_GhostGeorge_Baileys_Ghost Posts: 1,524Member Member Posts: 1,524Member Member
    There's some serious game apparent in this thread...
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    I'm taking notes...
  • IWILLBelieveAchieveInspireIWILLBelieveAchieveInspire Posts: 218Member Member Posts: 218Member Member
    I think it's safe to assume now that the majority of the women at my gym are NOT wearing undies. That sheds new light to going to workout!!!

    Especially if they don't wipe clean the abductor machine after they use it.

    Eeeew gross just thinking about that. That being said..I can't tell you how many guys don't wipe down benches and machines at my gym. Undies or not..still gross..
  • SinisterlySinisterly Posts: 10,955Member Member Posts: 10,955Member Member
    I think it's safe to assume now that the majority of the women at my gym are NOT wearing undies. That sheds new light to going to workout!!!

    Especially if they don't wipe clean the abductor machine after they use it.

    Eeeew gross just thinking about that. That being said..I can't tell you how many guys don't wipe down benches and machines at my gym. Undies or not..still gross..

    Snail trail.
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    :sick:
  • IWILLBelieveAchieveInspireIWILLBelieveAchieveInspire Posts: 218Member Member Posts: 218Member Member
    But sniffing the seats on the exercise machinesat the gym (especially after a spin class!) is SOOO much better when women don't wear underwear...


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    That gif and comment is seriously disturbing.lol
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