Non-Weener Clinging Swim Shorts

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  1. Seaweed

    Seaweed Well-Known Member

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    Im going on vacation with my girlfriends family relatively soon, she has younger sisters, and I am looking for a pair of swim shorts that will not display the perfect outline of my penis to her little sisters when I get out of the water. Ideally Im looking for a pair of swim shorts that are relatively short, not AA short, but well above the knee, preferably not a board short, with pockets and most importantly that do not cling to the wang when wet. Does anyone have any suggestions? Its hard to try on a short and imagine how it will react when wet, so I would like suggestions based on experience not just aesthetic. Thanks guys.
     
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    centrix Senior member

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    i usually wear undies underneath my swim shorts. retarded but functional
     
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    Max Senior member

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    Vilebrequin.
     
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    Dedalus Senior member

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    Weiner cling is tragic when you are of Asian descent and climbing out of cold water.
     
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    shoreman1782 Senior member

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    Simplest answer is J Crew. About as basic as you can get.
     
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    why Senior member

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    www.undergear.com There's some shorts with a 5" inseam made from nylon with a normal mesh lining. I have a pair of the 'European Swim Shorts' (I think they're called). They're short but not tight on the skin, preventing penile cling.
     
  7. Seaweed

    Seaweed Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for the suggestions.
    The problem with the underwear under the swim shorts is that I usually wear cotton underwear and when they get wet and aren't exposed to sunlight the take a long time to dry. They end up hindering the the drying of the entire shorts resulting in soggy balls.
    I definitely like the style of the vilebrequin (how do you say) but they are a bit pricey. I saw them on bluefly for around a hundred, but does anyone know where I might be able to get them even cheaper?
    I had a pair of JCrew that I loved, but they unfortunately were horrible weener clingers, and the more i wore them, the more they clung. Maybe they became affectionate towards my weener, I dont know, or it could have been that the fabric broke down and lost rigidity.
    Thanks for the suggestion of the undergear, but a little gay for me. And not homosexual gay, but gay like straight guy trying to be sexy but just looking cheesy gay.
     
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    tagutcow Senior member

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     You're not really interested in swim shorts, you just want to talk about your weener, don't you?
     
  9. Seaweed

    Seaweed Well-Known Member

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    In case you didn't notice, I mention my balls also. Really though, this is a serious issue.
     
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    Max Senior member

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    Yeesh, that undergear site is way too International Male for me, and I like dudes.

    I got my Vilebrequin new at a thrift store for $8. You should just go J Crew.
     
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    If you're this concerned just buy a speedo and wear it under trunks. It'll dry plenty fast for you.
     
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    tiecollector Senior member

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    I wish a phallic looming shadow was a problem for me getting out of the pool. It is only a problem at room temperature.

    If the trunks aren't too tight, I don't see this being a problem. Get a thicker fabric too, maybe boarding shorts?
     
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    Weiner cling is tragic when you are of Asian descent and climbing out of cold water.

    Did you just tell us that you are an Asian male with a small ding-a-ling?
     
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    just go buy a pair of some under armour compression shorts and wear that underneath....theyll be like some boxer briefs underneath, except skin tight and dry quicker...
     
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    chronoaug Boston Hipster (Dropkick Murphy)

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    just go buy a pair of some under armour compression shorts and wear that underneath....theyll be like some boxer briefs underneath, except skin tight and dry quicker...

    +1

    I normally wear random board shorts because i don't really care about fashion when i'm swimming. Underneath i like wearing these underarmour like boxer briefs or trunks that i bought at Target. They're comfortable, give good support and don't get all gross like normal wet boxers. I've even drunk swam in them with some girls after a night at the bars. The girlfriend didn't like that one much [​IMG]
     

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