#981 Wearing underwear just out of the dryer

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Now tell me: Is there anything quite so nice as wrapping yourself up in a pair of steaming skivvies just out of the dryer? It’s like skinny-dipping in a hot tub, jumping on a horse that’s been in the sun all day, and wearing a microwaved diaper…combined! Sure the moment doesn’t last long, yes there may be a little more static cling than you’d like, and yeah, you might have to get changed really quickly in the laundry room to pull it off. But dang, girl. Hot undies, they is fine.


67 thoughts on “#981 Wearing underwear just out of the dryer

  1. I’d do that all the time when I was in school – on a cold day, just go to the basement and put your underwear and pants in the drier for a few minutes….you’re warm for the walk to the bus stop!

    1. HAHA I love this! but it’s not so much that it helps warm you up..It just feels amazing!!! Just like when you get a warm load of sheets and just fall asleep underneath them on your bed :D

      1. It feels totally amazing right? Like a hot towel after you jump out of the shower. In fact, I think they sell machines for your bathroom that get your towel nice and hot while you shower. I wonder if someone will invent an underwear warmer?

  2. I remember waring undies once upon a time. But now that I’m older retired and a empty nester. I find that I don’t care to ware them much. LOL!! That is at home. Where I live it’s hot most of the year. Oh! but, I do ware them when I go out.

  3. Older, retired, and spells like a mongoloid who dropped out of the 4th grade. Congratulations, dumbest person on the internet, I salute you. Sorry for “waring” my heart on my sleeve.

    1. don’t say mean things just because it’s the internet and the person isn’t there to kick your ass.

    2. That’s really mean of you to say. Some people just aren’t good at spelling; that doesn’t make them dumb and it definately doesn’t give you the right to be rude to them. You are not a better person because you can spell better.

    3. Dave, that was mean, mean, mean….this is about being awesome through and through…maybe you should learn a thing or two from the posts and appreciate the little things in life and also not to be so MEAN.

      It’s been 2 years since you posted that reply…have you regretted it everyday since? Stuff on the internet lasts forever, so mean things (even though you may regreat it later, like picking on a retired lady online) never get erased.

      PS. I don’t wear underwear either kandoknits! :)

      1. Regarding “heart on your sleeve” can do much good volunteer work.
        It is utterly unacceptable to de- MEAN an individual with a special need, whether it be visible or less obvious and as John Lennon sang, “Crippled Inside!”

    4. Don’t use ‘mongoloid’, because although it is a medical term used to describe a person with Down syndrome, it’s also a term for a person with a Mongoloid physical type. You might be desperate to sound clever, but please, go check the dictionary before you post potentially racist comments.

  4. Dave, “smart” people are not cruel to others. Spelling isn’t everything. It’s the message that matters.

    1. I agree with you wholeheartedly. Spelling is definitely nicer, but being mean is unnecessary. People in general are quick to criticize others, even news reporters. They report a crime and feel the need to editorialize. Whatever happened to innocent until proven guilty. Long winded, I am, but amen.

  5. Good thought, Jess. Dave, just because you’re better at spelling and grammar does not entitle you to make mean, spiteful comments about someone who is obviously just leaving a fun, anecdotal comment. Congratulations, low-life piece of shit who thinks he’s vastly superior to everyone on the planet, I salute you.

    1. Wow, I guess you’re one of those people who seek for attention on the internet, because nobody else did. How very very sad.

    1. Not only warm towels and pajamas, but blankets too! It’s not only the warmth that resonates from them, but the incredible smell as well.

  6. Definetely something I’ve done many times. And I will do again..the feeling is sooo good…i love warm socks when my feet are cold…it’s the best. I wouldn’t compare that to skinny dippin tho….I’ve done it..no comparison.

  7. But you know what’s even better than hot dryer undies? Hot pajama pants when it’s cold outside… mmm.

  8. It’s not just underwear. I have a routine in my house. I throw my laundry into the wash, throw it in the dryer, and then have my shower. By the time my shower is finished, all my laundry is warm and ready for me to put on. I have the luxury of washing my clothes at home, so I don’t have to worry about dressing in a hurry.

  9. I like to wear other peoples underwear in the building. When I hear the dryer running – I sneak down and take a pair of underwear out – mens or ladies – and put them on and go back to playing xbox.

  10. I agree i enjoy a worm pair of undies it is quit nice.
    Sometimes i put them back in just to put them on again after another worm spin :)

  11. The head to toes, onesy piece, soft cotton long-johnnies underware…
    especially when bluesy, with a cold/flu or chilled to the bone…awesome:)

    1. …right up there with rings on the fingers and bells on the toes riding sun-warmed horse-back…naked:D
      oh to be young again!

  12. I used to love it when my mom threw a load of warm, dry towels on me when I was lying on the couch. This takes away the cold chill of winter…
    It still brings goosebumps to my skin!

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  14. Oh my gosh I just used a towel straight out of the dryer after my shower today for the first time and its unbelievable how amazing my body felt!! Especially since I didn’t have to get it myself. My sister brought it to me ;)

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