Wednesday, September 14, 2011
Thongs and Skid Marks
I'll try to handle this delicately. This is something that has confused and confounded me since I was a very young man walking on beaches in Florida and observing some fine (and some not so fine) female butt cheeks that were totally exposed due to very skimpy string bikinis. I guess there are many variations in this "sports" wear--called g-strings, V-strings, T-strings, C-strings (yeah...try to imagine that), or thongs. I think this all goes back to "thwong." I know that thwong sounds kind of funny. The first thing you think of is, "....wow--look at them butt cheeks..." and "thwooong". But no, that's not what I mean. Sure there may be a little bit of "thwooong" there, but what I really mean is that the name for this style of attire came from the old English word "thwong"--meaning thin, flexible, leather cord. Uh, yeah. From the back we have to assume that there is a thin--cord--in there, somewhere...we hope. Anyway--I'm off the track here. What confuses me now concerns the new fangled thong panties. How do you know when you have skid marks in thong underwear? Smell test?