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underwear lines

Draddy

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Hey, don't post much, but I'm a big fan of these forums. I have 4 pairs of nudie jeans, which are my only sets of jeans. Because of this, they get worn quite often. Because I don't wash them, I would never go commando in them...but being the cheap-ass that I am, I didn't buy new underwear when I got them. Each of the jeans are on the tight side, so the boxer-briefs I was wearing has started to show
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I now have circles about half way down my thigh where the underwear leg holes were. I went and bought a hundred bucks worth of new underwear that can be worn with tighter jeans, but the damage has already been done. Is there anything i can do to reverse the underwear line? It's not faded, it just looks like a crease in the pants (like underwear lines look normally) I heard you can't iron jeans, so I didn't try that. Any ideas? thanks!
 

Coldsnap

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post pictures of this, this sounds hilarious
 

Neo_Version 7

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And I think that's why thongs were invented.
 

Tooch4321

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ha, i hope this is a joke! they're just jeans, so wear them and if it still bothers you then maybe borrow your girlfriend's thong and that will rid you of those pesky pantylines...
 

PolePosition

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You can either wash them or iron them. Both will get out the crease (if its just a crease and not fade). Dunno where you have heard you can't iron jeans but I've ironed all of my jeans at least once, both pre-distressed and raw denim to no ill effect.
 

Draddy

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no, it's a serious issue facing America today. America's youth is being run over with underwear lines. But seriously, its not visible enough to photograph, I really was just asking if you can iron jeans and was trying to make is sound as dramatic a possible. oh and courtesy of the WAYWT thread, this is what underwear lines look like (it could just be his pockets are bunched up.)
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KitAkira

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Underwear lines = the next cock fadez
 

Spatlese

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Please please, before you take any remedial actions, post some pics.
 

dfagdfsh

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those are pocket bag fades not underwear lines


I don't think jeans could possibly fit tight enough to get underwear lines, and stay that tight? how tight are your jeans fitting?
 

ArliHawk`

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Either your jeans are too tight or your underwear is too lose, or a combination thereof.
 

Listi

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I actually noticed this when I wore some random pair of boxer briefs which randomly had a really thick hem, didn't wear them enough to get a serious crease. Iron it out or let your jeans get rained on.
 

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I can't see how this is possible unless you sized down 7 for eason fit.
 

dfagdfsh

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seriously I think you are confusing pocket bag fades for underwear fades. unless your jeans are like 10% spandex they will not be tight enough at the thigh to get underwear line fades
 

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