Anyone observing the evolution of the female underpant over the past 50 years or so will by now have detected a trend — from disturbingly large (see granny panty) to disturbingly small (see Bracli).
It was really only a matter of time before we did away with the garment altogether.
Ladies, behold the future: the Antipanti. Designed for lowrider enthusiasts, panty-line haters, and, well, anyone yearning for a little more freedom (who isn’t?), it’s a disposable patch of cotton flannel that you stick to the inside of your jeans when you’re going commando, thereby protecting both the crotch of your pants and the crotch of your, um, self. Available in cute patterns (camo, gingham) and way softer than that strip of nylon you’re usually sporting between your legs, the Antipanti is the perfect solution to your thong-above-the-waistline problem. When you’re done, just peel off, discard, and get on with your life.
Can the panty get any smaller than this?
Let’s hope not.
Available online at antipanti.com.