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Wireless Armour

Guys, you can now protect your dangly bits from electromagnetic radiation by wearing this silver-threaded underwear. But it'll only be sold if the Indiegogo funding goal of £30,000 is reached. So far, they're about a third of the way there.

Posted By: Alex | Date: Thu May 15, 2014 | Comments (14)
Category: Underwear

That Formfit Feeling

What exactly is she feeling? Insanity? Hysteria? [source: Life - Aug 22, 1960]


And here she looks like a vampire craning its neck back, about to bite a victim. [source: atticpaper.com]

Posted By: Alex | Date: Sat Feb 01, 2014 | Comments (8)
Category: Advertising, Underwear, 1960's

Magneto-Conservative Garments

Advertised in the Los Angeles Herald and elsewhere, late 19th and early 20th centuries:



Posted By: Alex | Date: Fri Nov 22, 2013 | Comments (5)
Category: Fashion, Underwear, Medicine, Nineteenth Century

Jockey—They Keep Their Fit

In 1955, Jockey Briefs ran an ad campaign featuring young boys shoving guns into their underwear. The image on the left is via vintageskivvies.com, who says that it ran in Woman's Home Companion; the one on the right is from eBay.

Posted By: Alex | Date: Sun Oct 13, 2013 | Comments (9)
Category: Guns, Advertising, Underwear

Underwear Art

Fine arts student David Woodward was invited to display his art at a Queen's University campus event. But when he showed up on the morning of the event and started setting up his piece called "All I Am Is What I've Felt," the event organizers told him the work was "inappropriate" and "not nice to look at" and asked him to remove it, which he reluctantly did. The piece consisted of ten pairs of embroidered underwear hanging on the wall.

Woodward is upset that he was booted out of the event. He says he wasn't trying to shock anyone. He insists that, "I brought what I felt was my best work at the time." He's surely telling the truth because the hanging underwear was also his final thesis project at the university. [northumberlandtoday.com]
Posted By: Alex | Date: Wed Jun 05, 2013 | Comments (8)
Category: Art, Underwear

Snowballs for Men


Joshua Shoemake is trying to raise money in order to fund his dream of cooling men's private parts. If he raises $20,000 by April 4 he's in business, but he's still got a long way to go.

Which is to say, he's got a kickstarter campaign to fund his idea of manufacturing "Snowballs: Cooling Underwear for Conceiving Men." Apparently, if a guy is trying to get a girl pregnant, his fertility increases if his dangly bits are slightly chilled.

Wasn't there an episode of Cheers where Sam wore frozen underwear to boost his fertility?
Posted By: Alex | Date: Sat Mar 09, 2013 | Comments (4)
Category: Underwear, Genitals

Follies of the Madmen #201

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The message here? Sloppy panties imperil the elderly and the nation's health care policies.

Original ad here.

Posted By: Paul | Date: Fri Mar 01, 2013 | Comments (8)
Category: Business, Advertising, Products, Elderly, Underwear, 1940's

Follies of the Madmen #198



Sloggis? Really? Isn't that the worst name for briefs?

Still in business, so it must work, I guess.
Posted By: Paul | Date: Thu Feb 07, 2013 | Comments (7)
Category: Business, Advertising, Products, Weird Names, Underwear, 1980's

Anti-fart Underwear



From what I can determine, these appear to be a real product. The ass-essments of WU readers are welcome.

The company's homepage.
Posted By: Paul | Date: Wed Jul 11, 2012 | Comments (16)
Category: Flatulence, Underwear, Diseases

Unfortunate Contextual Slang Usage

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Original ad here.
Posted By: Paul | Date: Thu Jun 14, 2012 | Comments (3)
Category: Business, Advertising, Products, Underwear, 1940's, LGBT, Men
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