Serious Question: Why Can’t Women Match The Bra and Panties?
The other day I wrote about five simple things men can do to turn women on. Nearly every woman who read it and responded said they agreed. They were like, “I mean, really, seriously guys, listen to this man! He is so right.”
Ladies, thank you.
I appreciate women co-signing my words of wisdom, but if any woman thinks for one second I don’t have some thoughts on something simple she can do to turn us men on, her species is even crazier than I thought.
Unlike the list I made for men, I have no list for the ladies. The fact is, women don’t need to do much to turn us on. Most men are such visual creatures, we get stimulated at the mere site of a shoulder, so I don’t need to write five things women need to do turn men on. I don’t even need to write three things or two things.
All ladies need to do is one thing, one simple thing, to turn men on:
Match the bra and panties.
Now, I know this suggestion is easier said than done, which is why I’m writing this today. I want women to explain to me why in the world it is so difficult to wear a matching set of bra and panties. Seriously. How the hell did seeing a woman match two undergarments become something of a special occasion? Hip me to the struggle!
Understand, I have never bought a bra or a pair of panties in my life, so maybe it’s a cost thing, but I’ve been to a lot of Macys in my life. Every now and then, as I’m looking for the restroom, I have to walk through the nightwear/underwear section of a Macys and I see these packaged underwear they sell to women. Don’t those match?
Is asking a woman to buy a pair of matching bra and panties akin to asking a man why he can’t just have nothing but the latest Jordans in his closet?
Do companies purposely sell mismatched underwear at a lower price point?
Is it a rule that every pair of panties and bras in a clearance or sales bin are forbidden to match?
I have questions, ladies!
Earlier this week, in another post, I wrote about how men need to start stepping up their respect for the women who wear lingerie. As I said, us men have become so desensitized to the sight of a scantily clad women because of the nudification of pop culture, we have a cavalier attitude towards the lace. In response, many women said it’s fine even if men don’t respect the lingerie, because a lot of women, apparently, wear lingerie to make themselves feel good.
Okay women, I get that, but does that mean the inverse is true? In other words, if I see a woman putting on a mismatched bra and panty set, does that mean she’s in a bad mood? Is she upset? Was it something I did?
From where I’m standing, it doesn’t seem hard to buy every pair of bra and panties in a matched set. Seems to me, a simple solution to the drawer full of mismatched undergarments would be to buy them all in one sexy color like black or red. This way on days when she doesn’t have time to sift through her drawer to find exact matches, at least she can get something close. I’d much rather see two slightly different tones of black on a woman than black bottoms and an orange top looking like Halloween. I don’t care if the fabrics aren’t the same. Sure it’s ironic to see a woman in a lace thong with a sports bra, but if the colors match, thank you!
Think of it like this ladies: What if I started buying two-toned boxer briefs? Look at this picture! Is that sexy to you?
Probably not. Also not sexy to ladies, me putting on mismatched socks. Any man who has the nerve to slide their feet into a pair of shoes wearing mismatched socks deals drugs and is not interested in finding legal, gainful employment.
Don’t allow the length of this post to fool you readers into thinking a woman who wears a mismatched set of bra and panties will be turned away in my place of residence. That is absolutely false. The truth is, I can give a bra clip sized damn if things match in the moments leading up to the main event. Most men feel a similar way, but here’s a fact: No man in the history of bra and panties has gone back to his boys and said: “Yo, this girl I was with the other night, can you believe she had the nerve to match her bra and panties? I almost lost my mojo at the sight of her wearing a matching set. What a show-off!”
So ladies, just put me on to game. Let me know in the comments section, how hard is it to match your bra and panties and why is it so hard? I look forward to the knowledge and never having to ask this question again.