Ladies, don’t say physics never did anything for you. Your days of awkwardly pulling up your slipping strapless bra during a night on the town—thereby ruining the illusion of glamorous savor faire—may finally be over, thanks to the physics of tiny gecko feet.
Fast forward to the 21st century, and 75 percent of all men's underwear is now bought by men. "They're no longer just accepting what was bought for them, but they are actually making choices," Cohen said. - International Business Times
If you're passionate about your choice of underwear, it's time to sound off, and if you're not, it's time to treat yourself. What are the best men's underwear? Tell us.
Your underwear can save your sperm. Or at least that's what Snowballs believes. What's Snowballs? A type of cooling underwear that basically uses ice packs for "scrotal cooling". Ball air conditioning, basically. It's for the kids.
While there have been many fantastical proposed origins of this seemingly odd modish style amongst comic artists -my favorite of which being that most superheroes lost their parents at an early age, so they had no one to tell them underwear goes UNDER your clothes -the true origin is pretty simple. According to…
It's not the visuals. Awesome astronaut Chris Hadfield told Conan that Alfonso Cuaron's Gravity perfectly captured the spectacular beauty of space. This is a man who actually spacewalked, people! We gotta trust his opinion since we'll probably never see space. But one thing that wasn't realistic? Sandra Bullock's…
Here's technology we can all get behind for our occasionally smelly behinds. Shreddies is a pair of underwear that promises to filter out farts. Seriously, it's supposed kill your fart's smell and be able to neutralize odors up to 200 times the stinky strength of the average fart. So even if you have a particularly…
Upset that Breaking Bad is about to end? Feel like you're losing an abusive, meth-hocking friend? Everything's going to be ok—thanks to auction website ScreenBid, you can soon fill that empty space in your heart with "the most iconic tighty-whities in television." That's right, Walter White's underwear—along with a…
So obviously this was going to happen eventually, but that doesn't mean we're ready for it. Durex just announced what it's calling "Fundawear", which ostensibly stands for "fun underwear" but which Durex believes will eventually come to mean "article of clothing that is fun like once ever until you realize what…
Let's start with what we know. This is called a Flash Blue Side String (NSFW). It's made by a French undergarment company called Alter out of a "high elastic" content fabric. Here's what we don't know: Literally anything else that is going on here.
Like the decidedly unsexy Depends underwear, Dear Kate underwear can hold lady liquid without getting ruined. The secret sauce is the thin wicking material that it's made of that can withstand three teaspoons. But unlike Depends, you won't be embarrassed when you strip to your skivvies.
Like a Spanx for men, these Italian undies by D.HEDRAL uses "angle fit" technology to enhance your butt's roundness and make it appear perfectly taut and tight. Think of it like a Wonderbra but for men and for butts.
The thing with edible panties is that if I'm going to have to eat something that's been girding my partner's loins for the last half hour, I don't want it to taste like a warm Fruit Roll-Up. I want to chow down on something meatily delicious—like this pair of Brief Jerky.
Chilean company Monarch has developed new underwear that's made out of copper. And if that sounds uncomfortable, don't worry! It's totally not. Turns out copper can kill 99% of the bacteria and fungi that "naturally" develops down there.
Hey ladies! Nothing worse for a gal than waking up with a bad case of "wrinkled cleavage," amiright? Even if I'm not, négligée-creating La Decollete thinks I am, so they created the Sleeping Beauty Bra. It's, ahem, certainly interesting?
Google Street View, long a peddler of naked men in car trunk spy shots and other such tomfoolery, was recently sued by a Japanese woman because the image-based navigation tool snapped some saucy pics of her underwear. On her clothesline.
The hubbub over the TSA scanners has died down a little, but our privacy is still at risk when flying. It's no surprised companies like Betabrand are scurrying to invent scanner-proof underwear, which hides private parts from pervy machines.
Every piece of these bras, t-shirts, underwear or socks is printed with the 4th amendment in metallic ink, which is apparently visible on TSA scans. The kids' designs, which say "read the 4th amendment perverts," are especially cute. [4thAmendment]