- November 8, 2002 at 12:00 am #10395
AndresParticipantNovember 17, 2002 at 12:00 am #25518
As a woman who has frequently flown on international flights, I would imagine it’s just too uncomfortable. On the other hand, I wouldn’t wear a thong at all, unless I knew it was going to come off almost immediately.
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I have never heard that before. My only guess is that you could be very uncomfortable with it on for several hours, and no way to really fix it when there’s a weird guy sitting next to you.
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This is probably totally irrational, but I’m not too keen on wearing thongs (or short skirts, for that matter) when I know I’m going to be seated on public furniture, particularly upholstered furniture. It’s a hygiene issue for me. You literally don’t know where that seat has been.
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Coming from someone who wears thongs all the time, I am not quite sure what the difference would be if you were on a plane or not. Possibly because you are seated for a long period of time? But I’ve done it before and noticed nothing unusual.
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