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These Guys Tried On Their Girlfriends' Underwear And Found Out How Much It Sucks

"I feel like my fatherhood is being threatened."

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All women know that the underwear made and marketed toward women is distinctly more form-fitting, fancy, expensive, and uncomfortable than the boxers and briefs made for men. We asked boyfriends to try on their girlfriends' underwear to get a taste.

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For most of the guys, the way they feel about women's underwear "is kinda the way I feel about my own underwear..."

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Some of the guys thought they knew what kind of women's underwear they would prefer to wear.

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"Because I heard those were most comfortable." Sure, kinda, dude.

But when it came to what underwear they liked their girlfriends to wear, "comfort" wasn't everyone's priority.

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Just you wait, guys.

And that discrepancy did not go unnoticed.

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What did the girlfriends want out of this? Well, for their dudes to get some recognition of the pain that is beautiful underwear, for starters.

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And the annoyance that is thong wedgies.

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Don't need to go to the butt dentist, 'cause girls floss EVERY DAMN DAY.

Let's take a look-see at the underwear that the women chose for their boyfriends.

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Don't look so nervous, guys.

Reactions were mixed.

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And by "mixed," we mean between shock and horror.

Yes, welcome to our world.

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The girlfriends' reactions? See for yourself.

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The guys were getting a moment in the life of wearing small, non-supportive underwear.

Now imagine that with a tampon.
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Now imagine that with a tampon.

While some girlfriends felt they needed to "wash their eyes out," others were more excited about the whole thing.

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Final thoughts while still wearing the underwear?

Aww, OK, that's kinda cute.
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Aww, OK, that's kinda cute.

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