Why is there an opening?
Why do men & boys underwear have an opening in the
them? This can not be used to pee through.
Nick was the first to come up with this theory:
Actually the opening in men and boys underwear is
used to pee though. It doesn't just magically pass through you have
to move everything around a little but that is what they are there
for. There's not really anything else that they could be used for.
KJ simply answered with this:
The hole is for opening, then you pull out your ...,
then use it for whatever purpose you like.
amr shalakani thought of this idea:
good one! the idea is not about peeing through... the hole was made to allow for "distensibility"....guess
TB faithfully answered with this:
During Victorian times, people were prudes and
wanted ways to minimize exposing bare legs and skin. Flaps were
provided in undergarments to facilitate this much like the long
johns. Undergarments were originally a lot looser. With the
introduction of briefs, manufacturers tightened up and shrunk the
Catt responded with this:
It is used to pee thru (tho you do have
to unzip and pull "it" out first) its much easier to use a urinal,
this way its easier to aim then having to take down and hold with
both hands your trousers
Sp00k concluded in agreement with Nick:
I'm sure there have been many reasons found for the
opening in the front...but personal experience, and sheer
convenience lead to believe that yes, it is used to urinate out of.
Boys/men have extra parts down there...by extra I do mean external.
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