Not too long ago, a woman met up with some of her friends and a few of her coworkers to grab drinks one evening.
As she was getting ready, she decided on wearing a pretty form-fitting dress that was medium length.
She paired her dress with a longer-style jacket, and she was almost ready to head out and have fun for the evening.
“Because the dress was tight, I could see the outline of my undergarments, even from the front,” she explained.
“So I went commando. I thought no big deal because I’m wearing a long jacket on top. When I returned home, my boyfriend immediately told me he could tell I went commando because he didn’t see an outline.”
Her boyfriend then demanded that she open up her bag that she had brought with her that night, as he wanted to see if she had stashed her underwear inside her bag.
Her boyfriend was convinced that she had worn her underwear out with her friends and then took it off at some point during the evening.
Essentially, her boyfriend tried to blame her for cheating on him, even though that couldn’t be further from the truth.
She never cheated on him at all; she just was uncomfortable with the fact that she could see the outline of what she had on under her dress.
“I told him I ditched them, to begin with because I did not like my panty line showing from the front of my dress,” she said.
Her boyfriend argued back; insisting that she should have kept her underwear on and made sure to button her jacket in a way that didn’t make it obvious that she had a panty line on display.
Her boyfriend’s argument made no sense, as her jacket had no way of buttoning or zipping it up, and if that’s what he expected her to do, she would have needed to hold both ends of her jacket together.
Obviously, it’s impossible to hold your jacket literally together while trying to drink or have a nice time with your friends, so that’s not exactly a solution.
“He remained pissed that I went out with no undies,” she continued. “But with my long cover-up, literally nobody would ever know I went commando.”
She’s left wondering if her boyfriend is right to feel the way that he does and if she did somehow do something to make him feel bad about their relationship.
What do you think?
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