10 Fun And Funky Undergarments You Need In Your Life
Just because not many people see your under-things doesn’t mean the have to be a yawnfest. Or entertaining for that matter. Who doesn’t love a nice animal face plastered across their juicy double, silent flute, or lady bits?
Here’s a list of fun undergarments you are going to want to add to your collection.
Embrace your inner-animal with these alpaca underwear. They come complete with a set of ears which I love and makes me feel confused all at the same time.
Bacon goes with everything, that includes our underwear. These are one of those items you will buy for your partner and steal while cooking Sunday morning breakfast.
If you’ve always wanted to dress like your partner but they aren’t into it, may we suggest matching undergarments?
If you have an inside joke or a funny nickname, what better way to honor that then to personalize a pair of underwear for yourself? We all have so much to say, screw the nice card and say it with your undies instead.
5. Wolf Undies
These are perfect for those nights he wants to release his inner wild animal.
How amazing are these? A pair of underwear that are comfortable, a bit sexy, and have an empowering message plastered across your lady bits is what we all need in our life.
7. Taco Undies
It doesn’t have to be Taco Tuesday to wear your taco undies and request extra guac and sour cream, right?
Because it’s always nice to warn the one you love your ass could explode at any given moments so it’s best if they stay on their side of the bed.
Superhero undies are a must-have at any age. We love these wonder woman briefs.
If you want to give a very personal gift, what better way to show your love than to have your face plastered all over a pair of underpants? You can get a pair custom-made with the photo of your choice and we think this is the best idea ever.
So, go ahead and grab something to eat, a photo-op, and sexy banana hammock. Who knew underwear could be so versatile?
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