Simmagination wrote: I thought the possibility of someone seeing your undies was the reason why women wore those pretty lacy ones that matched their outfit- otherwise, why not just wear "granny panties?"
Please go to the store, buy one of each, put them on and ask yourself which feel better, and then which make you feel better.
You don't have a big booty. You can get that out of your head right now.
I like boyshorts or just comfy panties, but every now and again a nice lace thingy is good too.
No to the thong though. My butt doesn't need flossing.
I work with mostly black girls now, and according to them, I do, in fact have a big ass. At least for a white person. It's not so much that it's "big," as that I have a 25 inch waist, and about 37 inch hips, so proportionally it looks big. On someone with more overall curves, it wouldn't look big. I always generally avoided posting full-length shots of myself online, unless I was twisted at the waist, folded over, or contorted somehow, because my upper body and my lower body sort of look like they belong to two different people. Like god sawed two different women in half, then glued them together to make one person. Each of my thighs are about 22 inches around, so I just have weird proportions, comparatively speaking.
It's weird. The fitter and more muscular I get, the bigger my thighs and ass get, but the skinnier my waist gets. I'm going to look like an R. Crumb drawing by this time next year.
I like how boyshorts look on me, but the leg parts still roll up and make a wad. It just goes up more in the front than in the back, so instead of an ass-wedgie, I get like a labia-wedgie. Both are pretty sucky.
ShivaKitty wrote: I liked the one where the dude had slid down real low in the seat.
He was like, "yeah buddy!"
Now, if I'm slouching on the subway, and a woman wearing an above-the knee skirt sits down opposite me, I'll have to sit up. Otherwise she could accuse me of slouching to see her undies. I'll say, "But officer, I was slouching when she sat down!" He'll say, "Yeah, sure. You have the right to remain silent..."