From the FAQ:
Does wearing two of these at a time double my purity power?
The best part: It also doubles as a hymen!
Well I wasn't interested before, but now I'm definitely getting a pair.
Isn't it time for the Stranger's annual Blue Angel's outrage?
Come on, stop holding out on us!
Erica--- your quote is wrong. It's "Earn your right to wear white"
(yes, I looked reeaallly hard to see it)
When you get to the point where your horny young Christian boyfriend is staring at this message right in front of his face, I'm guessing abstinence has already lost.
I'm confused. How does one, "...share a surprise message with someone special," with these undergarments?
Unless the surprise is, "You aren't going to get laid!"
I, for one, plan to buy a bunch to throw at my favorite rock stars. They'll think I'm totes cool when they get a load of my message. Maybe they'll even invite me backstage for a little groupie action.
Big seller in Creepyland.
I like this one better and want to get it on a pair of my boxer briefs please:
the sexual games abstinence-only some college age christians play are truly kooky. for those that do, uh, screw around, this sort of thing is probably a huge turn-on.
oh, and they have boxer shorts for the guys, too.
It's like a cape waved in front of a bull.
(and the Blue Angels outrage is scheduled for Thursday ...)
C'mon, Erica. If these religious-y types actually taught their kids medically and socially appropriate lessons about sex, how could they expect them to start having babies right away (without meaning to!) ?
In reality, the 'abstinence' movement is a covert ploy to keep the teenagers getting pregnant in reliable numbers, producing more babies to dedicate to Jesus. Plus, it's a reliable source of guilt to increase church influence when, inevitably, the teens have sex.
Bet it doesn't say anything in the back....
The "sharing with someone special" text is on all the thongs on the site...but it's even funnier with this one!
@10: "Well, if Jesus says to..."
It's almost as if the text were written by someone else... perhaps a company that prints messages on all sorts of items, including garments, and sells them over the internet.
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