Date Panties?

Date Panties AdI would like to think I’m as liberal as the next guy but today I’m sorting the mail and run across a lingerie catalog for Wifey. As I’m throwing it on her stack of mail, I notice the ad on the back of the catalog for “Date Panties.” WTF? Date Panties?

Plus to reinforce the use there is the slogan, “SO MANY SCORES.”

I guess I must be getting old.

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6 Responses to Date Panties?

  1. lisabetsarai says:

    Kind of weird, I have to admit.

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  2. kdaddy23 says:

    Date panties… really? Given that a lot of women aren’t of a mind to let others into their panties in the first place, um, “So many scores” could mean at the end of the night, it’s 0-0 or those date panties really didn’t help you in your quest to get laid. And while pretty panties are nice to look at, as a guy, uh, I want you out of them PDQ because I’m more interested in what’s under your date panties – just saying.

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  3. LarryArcher says:

    Daddy,
    I’m assuming that this is some type of subliminal advertising and while I don’t have anything against girls planning on getting laid, this whole thing struck me as a little creepy. Maybe if I put my raincoat on and grabbed a bag of candy, it would make more sense to me! LOL

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  4. Dawn D says:

    Well, I must say I always try to match panties and bra, especially when going on a date. But buying panties with the goal of getting laid? No, I have probably decided on THAT part already by the time you see them 😉

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  5. LarryArcher says:

    I was surprised by the overt implications of the ad. It may be a Millennial thing. 🙂

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