A Conversation for Wedgies

wedgies - evolution

Post 1

nutsn

I'm old & uly enough to remember when laying a wedgie was a difficult enterprise ... a more satisfying procedure in primary school was known as "ripping" (in those days buttons were used to fasten the fly) it involved removing the buttons from the rippee's fly thus allowing a breeze entry to the victim's gusset
in those days the trouser started above the navel (as close to the armpits as possible) and unless one was fool enough to tuck upper body clothing into the underpant wedging was nigh on impossible

a friend of my daughter has another variation on this theme ... its simply a matter of liberating breasts from their fetters - another mate of the daughter (possesed of rather a generous bosom) testified that she'd beeen his victim in a nightclub once ... apparently she was the only member of the group not laughing - the revenge she's plotting is quite horrendous


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Post 2

clzoomer- mostly retired.

I myself was the master of the brassiere pop (in my youth). It is a simple pinch and snap-like motion of the index finger and thumb through the outer fabric on the double snap at the rear of the brassiere. If the structure is suitably over-loaded the resulting pop could carry the straps right around to the front. Now and then a woman was impressed with this but the majority were not amused.


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Post 3

nutsn

there's an interesting turn of phrase: "the brassier pop" ... wonder if the editors would take that on as a topic de jure (probably not, but it might work if approached from both popER and popEE perspectives) ... Editors ???!

getting back to "wedgies", I noticed that fashion slaves render themselves quite vunerable to the procedure: even in arctic conditions fashion seem to demand that lovely young things get about with a good measure of mid-riff exposed to the elements and a tatoo peaking from either top or bottom item of clothing but also some of the nicker or G-string exposed ... dear oh dear, when men were men & sheep were relaxed that would be tantamount to an open invitation to "wedge"


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Post 4

clzoomer- mostly retired.

I don't believe that the *bra pop* technique should be shared with a large audience. We could be liable for some PC violations or legal complications. Not to mention that now that I am all grown up I have three daughters.

As to the ever present G-string- isn't that a wedgie already in it's normal state?


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Post 5

nutsn

of course - the G-string is a wedge

not sure about the incidence of PC citations ... I feel a sense of humour is more common among the sisters than one might asume from a survey of the hirsuit-leg, boiler-suited mob - feisty gals now seem more inclined to swift retaliatory action than I recall them as a lad

Freud's incest taboo prevented my getting hands-on instruction in the art ... the daughter & her friend were showing me around some of the flesh-pots of Sydney (AUS) when this topic came up in conversation ... aside from her "don't you dare !" I suspect he was reluctant to demonstrate in the presence of the old-man

[actually, one thing about people of my children's generation that's cool is they're quite gentle ... I don't sense the same inter-gender &cetera agression that I recall & still see in mine]


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Post 6

clzoomer- mostly retired.

I agree, just think what would have happened to the owner of a *Mean People Suck* bumper in earlier generations. I tend to disagree with you about the PC thing, at least here. In this part of the Colonies we are still on the tail end of the PC thing. I think it will die out soon, but never to the point of OZ. (Lucky b*****d<!&gtsmiley - winkeyesmiley - cheers


wedgies !!!!!!

Post 7

superadg

anyone got me any dares il do anthingsmiley - biggrin


wedgies !!!!!!

Post 8

digitalbrandon

if you do dares i dare you people to have the bestfun ever!!!!!!!!!smiley - flyhi
smiley - runsmiley - cheerssmiley - smoochsmiley - biggrinsmiley - erm


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