I'm just a regular guy with a question about why most women are so concerned about "panty lines"? If they're visible, so what? We know most of you wear panties, so do we (underwear I mean). It's not like they're some kind of social taboo, they're the norm. Some might say it detracts from the look of thier fannys, I don't see how a thin little line does that. So, enlighten me, what's the big deal?
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well if youve got the choice of not having a VPL and having one, most would rather they didnt have one, who wants to be the 'norm' anyway?
I agree, it's really not a big deal, but sometimes if the elastics are tight it makes the butt look chuncky, or you could tell if someone has a wedgie...looks kinda funny. To me though it's not that much of a problem because i mostly wear jeans and denim's thick enough no to show anything. I only wear a thong to avoid a vpl if i'm wearing dress pants, tight skirt, or wanting to surprise my bf.
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huz57, VPL is the greatest thing in the world. Since women worry about it, they usually find ways to avoid it. Hence the g-string. Or they go no panties at all. Either way, a social taboo has made women that much sexier.