Brother You Can Wash My Draws

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How can you eat from a pot and then not want to wash its lid. Think about it. You just want what is inside and you do not care about how dirty the lid may be. Have you ever considered that some of us have liners on so the panties are just as clean.

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I mean really..

Culture took it way too far. It is easy for a guy to take panties off his chic but hard to wash them when she leaves them in sink. You just take them as wet as they are and throw them in the tub for me to sort my stuff. How weird.

So the argument is you will disrespect your man if he washes your panties. Panties are linked to disrespect, how? These are things done in private and known by the two of us. I swear your parents will not find out. “I just don’t touch panties” that is the response we get, but you touch them when you want cocchie or it’s because it suits u at that time.

I used to listen to traditionalists when discussing these issues on radio insisting that a man is not supposed to touch his wife’s underwear. Arguing that they will act like woman and not behave like men, well we are regarded as the weakest link. They will be disrespected by their wives. They were instilling these values to the young men listening. It is culturally wrong unless you are brought up in these Morden homes that do not recognize some of these things, we thank God for you.

How can you eat from a pot and then not want to wash its lid. Think about it. You just want what is inside and you do not care about how dirty the lid may be. Have you ever considered that some of us have liners on so the panties are just as clean. I do not think so, you just do not want to associate yourself no matter what. Its really funny.

When we were kids i remember my brothers used to be disgusted by my underwear’s drying on our washing line outside. Mum would ask them to check if they were dry enough. They would take a stick and prick them just to see if they were dry and use the same stick to carry them inside the house. I used to think it would end there. Seemingly its our culture. No men can comfortably touch your panties unless they are hiding them from another girl, then they handle with confidentiality and care.

I used to get really irritated by it until i got used to the idea that i will find my panties tossed into the tub like a piece of cloth used to wipe floors, yes those ones that assist the mops in the bathrooms. But when you forget your bvd/shorts you will find them clean and hanged out to dry. I believe then the story changes, it is my duty to keep his clothes clean, right?

It is almost the same as him washing family clothes. He can only wash his own otherwise you are in trouble as the wife or girlfriend. You find the neighbors talking “poor man, she makes him do laundry” or “she gave the poor man a love portion, you find him feeding children and cleaning” what if he wanted to help around the house and chose laundry instead of washing dishes. No one thinks about these choices but it all comes back to us woman and love portions. Are we that bad.

My brothers please understand our generation. Disrespect is not linked to our undies and there is nothing wrong with washing them or at least soaking them for us. It’s the thought that counts so we appreciate everything you do but definitely not tossing them away. That hurts our feelings.

Your momma won’t know or even your siblings, I swear.

Responses

  1. Kiks
    This reminds me of my brother who would sternly warn me that he does not want to see my panties in the bathroom which we all use. I often wondered why. Sometimes I would even tease him by throwing a clean panty to his face and he would scream in horror. Men there is really nothing wrong in washing or at least helping her to soak her panties, it doesn’t make you less a man and it certainly won’t kill you.
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  2. Solo
    “How can you eat from a pot and then not want to wash its lid. Think about it.” Thank you, LincayaD. I hope the men will heed and do.
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  3. Anon**
    I believe my life and the way I think is to basically question stereotypes and conventions like this. If the coochie is good enough for me to dip my tongue and my schlong in, I’ll wash her underwear with glee.
    All these “taboos” stem from what we ascribe to the almighty vagina. Rather than something all men adore and respect, the vagina is associated with dirt, dark mystery and in some cases, bad luck. This brainwashing starts from childhood for most of us and it takes serious effort to shed all that. Some of us never shed those burdens. For those brave enough to break free, it’s usually a plus with the right woman as the look on her face when she discovers you’ve helped with her laundry, even her underwear, is always priceless. That’s how guys like me get some women and have them in the palm of their hands – because we treat them better than the average man out there.
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