ontherocks wrote: do BFFs even exchange underwear?
Koryn Locke wrote: Um, no.
A few years back I recall a situation where two young women (my guess 16 years old) swapped swimsuits one weekend at the cottage. I'm pretty sure they were clean when they made the swap, how is that any different than exchanging (clean) underwear.
Hell, I've heard stories of BFFs exchanging boyfriends - that's got to be less hygienic than exchanging clean panties and swimsuits.
When I shoot lingerie I always give it to the model to keep. ALWAYS. But one time I was at a friends house and he had a model there. She was going through the drawers of stuff of his to shoot and came across a pair of panties that has some crusty junk in the crotch area. No idea what it was but it was nasty. For sure she did not wear that pair of panties and that is one of the reasons why I give the model the lingerie she shoots in. bs
Anything you'd be worried about "catching" can't outlive the hot water, chemicals in detergent, or live outside the body for long enough to infect you. The only way you can "get anything" from someone else's underpants is if they just took it off and you put it on right after them.
Most bacteria/viruses are more fragile than we think.
If this weren't true everyone's households would have to have individual dedicated sets of bathtowels for each member, because washing them wouldn't get the ick off from when they dried their junk after a shower.
Yes, that's right, you're drying your head off with a towel that once came in contact with someone else in your houses asscrack, the world is ending.
You might think its gross just on principle, and that's fine, but its not medically unsafe as long as you wash them properly.
Ewwwww I could never dry my face with the same towel someone dries their wiener with. Ewwie!