Underneath It All

cheetopeen420 joins this fellow in a shared curiosity.

“Dude wanted to know what colour panties I was wearing… Somehow I managed to resist the urge to share that information with him.”


  • http://abrightcontainer.tumblr.com/ manybellsdown

    Cheeto.  Peen.  

    Dear god, I have never experienced such horrific descriptive imagery.

  • Anonymous

    The first thing I would has said, “What the hell are you talking about?” 
    The second, would have been, ”What the hell are you talking about?!!” 

  • Anonymous

    But he added a bunny at the end. That makes it ok, right? Seriously, why would anyone think this was appropriate?

  • http://www.justplainsomething.com JustPlainSomething

    Today’s color is go to hell. Thanks for asking.

  • http://twitter.com/1000DaysOfRain Conna Stevenson

     And the oh-so-telling 420 suffix. Maybe one day he’ll figure out he can play better if he puts the joint down.

  • Anonymous

    Haha, yeah, that’s awful.

    It’s an interesting choice to end the missive with the yen symbol.

  • http://twitter.com/urielskiss Slightly Twysted

    Why is underwear colour such a big deal? We used to get land line phone calls from a guy to a Nursing home asking that same question over 20 years ago.
     Boy did he get mad when I put him on hold, did a quick survey and then answered him with all the employees in the building.. The only one wearing TBars… was the male nurse.

  • http://facebook.com/deathbydd DeathbyDD

    I usually answer messages like this with a ‘Listen, I’m happy to be anybody’s friend! *nodnod* But um, that was not very appropriate, ya know? Friends show each other respect. So please be respectful if friends is what u wanna be. Thanks! ^_^

  • http://kskennedy.deviantart.com/ sketches

    yes… as someone who is agreeable to a woman in underwear, even i don’t get why being told the colour would be interesting. 
    i mean can you say a wrong colour, and get hung up on??

    ‘Well thats just trashy.’ *click*

  • http://www.inklesspen.com Jon Rosebaugh

    My guess is their interest comes from the transgressive nature of the question itself. The color doesn’t matter; the chance to ask the question and receive a response is what makes them happy.

    (Whee, armchair psychology is fun!)

  • http://facebook.com/deathbydd DeathbyDD

     Oh! You know, I bet you’re right on da monies! ^_^

  • Alexander Mutegeki

    ‘sup. What color armchair you got?

  • http://www.inklesspen.com Jon Rosebaugh

    Dark brown.

  • Alexander Mutegeki

    See dark brown is good – simple, effective, goes with almost anything and everything. Wait, would this be armchair-armchair psychology? One can only hope that the place that spawned the original question wasn’t coming from a place of malice, but a place of that natural progression of pushing boundaries to see exactly where the limits are. But it does reflect on society that this is one of the ways to push said boundaries – if that’s what’s going on.

  • http://www.facebook.com/YourD Jordy Den Hartog

    Whenever I see these I always secretly hope that one of them will at one point message me with that question by accident.

    Now of I could only decide whether “vomit green with yellow chunks” or “they should be white, but due to an oopsie earlier they’re brown with red patches” would be the better response.

  • http://www.facebook.com/tigerpanda13 Amber Elizabeth Heald

    OMG YES. 

    And perhaps he was talking about the color of the day on a kids show or something? No?

  • Cassie

    I would reply with ‘menses red’ haha

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