Created by rdttgr5678 on Sep, 6 2017 with 1 Members
The young man and the young woman make a perfect couple: young, good looking, and beautifully built. You can tell just how beautifully built they are because theyre appearing in full public view dressed http://www.bitittan.com only in their undergarments. They arent actually there in person, of course. They are models appearing on a large publicity hoarding which is advertising a brand of underclothing made by a http://www.pupms.com world-famous designer. The message http://www.suitunderwear.com that the hoarding sends out is loud and clear: underwear has come out of the closet of unmentionable subjects and literally become the talk of the town having been renamed inner wear. The redesignation says it all. The under in underwear has connotations of something inferior, or undesirable, as in underdog or under the weather. Inner, as in inner wear, denotes exclusivity and desirable intimacy, as in inner group. Yesterday is underwear which came in all shades of vanilla white which gradually changed colour through repeated washing to grubby grey consisted of jhangiyas (shortened to jangs) and bunyans (also known as gunjees) for men, and knickers (also known as panties) and bodices for women. In the lingerie section of the New Market in what was then called Calcutta, hoarse voiced salesmen would follow women shoppers, furtively muttering Boddis, boddis, 34A, 36B, 38C much to the embarrassed consternation of those so accosted, particularly if they happened to be accompanied by male members of their family or circle of acquaintance. There is nothing furtive about today is unisex inner wear. Indeed, inner wear which comes in a dazzling array of colours which would put a rainbow to shame is to be flaunted, as it is in the ad hoardings and kiosks that dot the cityscape. At this rate, it might not be long before increasingly eye-catching inner wear becomes outer wear, to be worn not inside but outside our exterior clothes. In fact, it is already been done. Remember the guy in the cape and the red jangs worn outside his blue body suit? Didnt he look Super, Man?