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Sep 26, 2008 12:26 AM CST Just Have To Do It
kitty01
kitty01kitty01St. Albert, Alberta Canada288 Threads 1 Polls 7,330 Posts
Have you ever had an itch and just had to scratch it even though it might be in a embarrising spot?

Have you had to pull your underware down as it is riding up or pull it up as it is falling down in public?
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Sep 26, 2008 12:28 AM CST Just Have To Do It
Galactic_bodhi
Galactic_bodhiGalactic_bodhiAkron, Ohio USA786 Threads 2 Polls 12,449 Posts
kitty01: Have you ever had an itch and just had to scratch it even though it might be in a embarrising spot?

Have you had to pull your underware down as it is riding up or pull it up as it is falling down in public?


Oh, come on! rolling on the floor laughing

I'm a guy, and therefore, shameless...devil
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Sep 26, 2008 12:29 AM CST Just Have To Do It
mylifewithu
mylifewithumylifewithuSpringfield, Missouri USA298 Threads 31,072 Posts
kitty01: Have you ever had an itch and just had to scratch it even though it might be in a embarrising spot?

Have you had to pull your underware down as it is riding up or pull it up as it is falling down in public?
Sure and most of us females have had to deal with both those. No big deal. I also have to adjust my bra the freaking weight causing the band to dig in me. It all happens.doh sigh laugh
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Sep 26, 2008 12:29 AM CST Just Have To Do It
airliner
airlinerairlinerCentral, New Jersey USA24 Threads 2 Polls 6,726 Posts
kitty01: Have you ever had an itch and just had to scratch it even though it might be in a embarrising spot?

Have you had to pull your underware down as it is riding up or pull it up as it is falling down in public?


go ahead, tell us the spotlaugh
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Sep 26, 2008 12:30 AM CST Just Have To Do It
kitty01
kitty01kitty01St. Albert, Alberta Canada288 Threads 1 Polls 7,330 Posts
I have had the elastic not as tight as it should be and found my underware around my knees. It is hard to walk when feel it is falling down and you want to pull it up but not let people know.laugh
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Sep 26, 2008 12:33 AM CST Just Have To Do It
HealthyLiving
HealthyLivingHealthyLivingSomewhere In, Tennessee USA690 Threads 2 Polls 6,584 Posts
It's the same with Pantyhose!!!

Geeze, when they start to fall and you are irritated and need them up.
You try to grab your skirt along with the stocking and give it a nudge, but it just doesn't do the trick! ARRRRRRRRR!
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Sep 26, 2008 12:33 AM CST Just Have To Do It
kitty01
kitty01kitty01St. Albert, Alberta Canada288 Threads 1 Polls 7,330 Posts
If you are wearing slacks at least you know they cannot come completely down but if you have a dress on it is a different matter. I would just step out of them and keep on walking and hope no one noticed.laugh
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Sep 26, 2008 12:35 AM CST Just Have To Do It
kitty01
kitty01kitty01St. Albert, Alberta Canada288 Threads 1 Polls 7,330 Posts
I have been itchy in the armpits especially when it is hot and you just want to scratch. The thing is once you start to scratch once is not enough.
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Sep 26, 2008 12:50 AM CST Just Have To Do It
mylifewithu
mylifewithumylifewithuSpringfield, Missouri USA298 Threads 31,072 Posts
kitty01: I have been itchy in the armpits especially when it is hot and you just want to scratch. The thing is once you start to scratch once is not enough.
Anti-perspirants will stop itching, including a mosquito bite, so if you are itching under arm then time to reapply anti-perspirant , not a plain deodorant. thumbs up wine
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Sep 26, 2008 12:50 AM CST Just Have To Do It
mylifewithu
mylifewithumylifewithuSpringfield, Missouri USA298 Threads 31,072 Posts
mylifewithu: Anti-perspirants will stop itching, including a mosquito bite, so if you are itching under arm then time to reapply anti-perspirant , not a plain deodorant.
It does take a little bit to start working but it will stop itching.
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Sep 26, 2008 1:02 AM CST Just Have To Do It
waiting4u
waiting4uwaiting4uGB's Heart, Oregon USA3 Threads 2,260 Posts
mylifewithu: Anti-perspirants will stop itching, including a mosquito bite, so if you are itching under arm then time to reapply anti-perspirant , not a plain deodorant.


Thats true thumbs up Dove is the best, keeps me feeling clean and fresh all day. applause happy place
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Sep 26, 2008 1:04 AM CST Just Have To Do It
mylifewithu
mylifewithumylifewithuSpringfield, Missouri USA298 Threads 31,072 Posts
waiting4u: Thats true Dove is the best, keeps me feeling clean and fresh all day.
I just use the cheap Suave brand stuff and it works great too. thumbs up applause
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