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    I'm an over the top guy also...by the time I pull the snake through the hole, I've probably peed myself. Especially when drinking...LOL
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    Hmmm. Maybe we ladies need to take a survey now. You know, the guys we all know and love who would be like “whuuut?” My curiosity is up now. You’d have to explain it. Eventually they would answer. Of course, if you did it at the right football game no one would remember or you could never go again. Either of those things are possible.

    Hadn’t thought about this before. It would be a pain in the necklace to use that wee fly. Hmm. Obviously there are more problems than we can solve in this day.
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    Owner has ONE pair of "flyless" briefs. Bought for him by his wife in attempt at "modernity." Also possibly to prevent him from standing up while he goes?

    He will wear them - ever frugal - but will NOT buy any more - and bitches the whole time he unzips.

    I think he's an "out the leghole" type of dude.

    Meanwhile, I know his briefs of choice are Hanes - I see the name when he bends over with a T-shirt on.



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    Did not know about flyless briefs.

    Do they also make stringless tampons?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandune View Post
    My under garments have been getting a bit thread bare so I drove to my local Bealls store today. I picked out some boxer briefs (multicolored BTW) and was just about to head to the cash register when I spotted something odd about them. I couldn't see the fly.

    Normally I don't open packages but this time I tore it open and pulled out a brief. Sure enough, no fly. What sort of Chinese shenanigan is this? I put the package back on the rack and looked at the other briefs more closely. I found I can buy men's briefs with or without the fly. Amazing!

    I know I'm a bit 'out of the loop' as far as fashion goes but what good are briefs without a fly? Is this part of the emasculation of us guys?
    Nope not part of emasculation, a lot of guys shrink way up when soft and that results in the head rubbing against the seam on the fly and that causes irritation and in a worse case scenario calluses to form on the head, which is not a good thing as those need to be removed with liquid nitrogen. They just pull their undies down in the front and pee out over the top of their underwear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BH View Post
    Did not know about flyless briefs.

    Do they also make stringless tampons?
    You can buy them at Target in a variety of materials in the mens department.

    And yes you can get stringless tampons you'll have to order them online though, they're common in asia.
    People are quick to confuse and despise confidence as arrogance but that is common amongst those who have never accomplished anything in their lives and who have always played it safe not willing to risk failure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandune View Post
    I'm now thinking the store may be a trannie hangout. Why else would they NOT want a fly?
    Not a tranny site, some of you need to get out more often and see what's going on in the stores and the environment around you, heck most places have running water and indoor plumbing now!
    People are quick to confuse and despise confidence as arrogance but that is common amongst those who have never accomplished anything in their lives and who have always played it safe not willing to risk failure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis Olson View Post
    I’ve never in my life dragged my “gear” through a “porthole” in underwear. I always pull the waistband down under the boys to let go.
    ^^^This^^^
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis Olson View Post
    I’ve never in my life dragged my “gear” through a “porthole” in underwear. I always pull the waistband down under the boys to let go.
    That's what OC does, was shocked the first time I saw him do that!
    People are quick to confuse and despise confidence as arrogance but that is common amongst those who have never accomplished anything in their lives and who have always played it safe not willing to risk failure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinecone View Post
    Used to be. DH and I hate the new ones. The old ones were great and fit well and were tough! New ones - meh. Won't buy them.

    Edited to add: Sorry for the thread drift, Sandune. I can't imagine men's briefs without the fly. It's just un-American!
    Hey, don't be sorry I'm so glad I kept all of my Levi's 501's and 550's cause that new denim sucks a big one and big time! Talk about gross stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Creedmoor View Post
    Yup. Gotta agree. Way simpler, faster and less chance of a misfire.
    lol, you sound just like Orion Commander on that one!
    People are quick to confuse and despise confidence as arrogance but that is common amongst those who have never accomplished anything in their lives and who have always played it safe not willing to risk failure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by packyderms_wife View Post
    Nope not part of emasculation, a lot of guys shrink way up when soft and that results in the head rubbing against the seam on the fly and that causes irritation and in a worse case scenario calluses to form on the head, which is not a good thing as those need to be removed with liquid nitrogen. They just pull their undies down in the front and pee out over the top of their underwear.
    Wow, guess I'm in good standing in size wise when soft. That has never happened to me. Now catching the tip or side in my zipper..ouch! But that was mostly in my younger days, when I could pee 12 ounces in 10 seconds, and zip up to quick. Now days things just move slower and so do I. Except when having to pee more often, and again thank goodness for flies and zippers, especially in the winter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hunybee View Post
    hhhmmmmm.....




    so these briefs.....when you say multicolored, do you mean that within the package there are multiple colors of briefs (one blue, one green, one red, etc), or is each brief multicolored?
    From what I saw on the shelves at WM this past Sunday it could be both actually. I was surprised at the options available for men, color-wise, these days. I know it was a trend to have colored underwear in the '80s because my brother had colored briefs, often with a different colored band and trim on the leg holes, and I know this because it was my job to do the laundry. He had some in cotton and some in a nylon satin-type fabric (those were boxers).
    People are quick to confuse and despise confidence as arrogance but that is common amongst those who have never accomplished anything in their lives and who have always played it safe not willing to risk failure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by West View Post
    Wow, guess I'm in good standing in size wise when soft. That has never happened to me. Now catching the tip or side in my zipper..ouch! But that was mostly in my younger days, when I could pee 12 ounces in 10 seconds, and zip up to quick. Now days things just move slower and so do I. Except when having to pee more often, and again thank goodness for flies and zippers, especially in the winter.
    About 60% of the male population turtles up when soft. I see it as a survival of the fittest issue when back in the day men worked/hunted/farmed out in harsh environments, one cannot propagate the species if it freezes off in freezing temperatures.
    People are quick to confuse and despise confidence as arrogance but that is common amongst those who have never accomplished anything in their lives and who have always played it safe not willing to risk failure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hunybee View Post
    you laugh, but that is actually very real.

    it has become a thing for girls to wear boys unders. girls that want to be boys, and very girlie girls wanting to wear boys unders. that non opening fly is probably why.
    The flyless brief has been around for a good forty years or more. BTW Lane Bryant now makes boy shorts for women, as does Catherines, and you can get the boxer style as well if you order online, they're simply more comfortable than a thong, especially if all you're wanting to do is sit in your undies and tee shirt while watching tv at night. Not everyone wears pj's.
    People are quick to confuse and despise confidence as arrogance but that is common amongst those who have never accomplished anything in their lives and who have always played it safe not willing to risk failure.

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    The boxer briefs I wear have a horizontal fly, it’s the best of both worlds. It’s like pulling down the waistband without actually pulling down the waistband. Works great this time of year when I’m wearing several layers, if I pull the waist band down it screws up my layers in the front then I have to spend 5 minutes tucking everything back in the proper order.

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    Quote Originally Posted by samus79 View Post
    The boxer briefs I wear have a horizontal fly, it’s the best of both worlds. It’s like pulling down the waistband without actually pulling down the waistband. Works great this time of year when I’m wearing several layers, if I pull the waist band down it screws up my layers in the front then I have to spend 5 minutes tucking everything back in the proper order.
    Brand and where did you find those at?
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    Quote Originally Posted by packyderms_wife View Post
    Brand and where did you find those at?
    Jockey, found them online. I originally got them because the elastic waistband on normal underwear would chafe and give me a rash, these don’t do that. The horizontal fly was just a bonus lol.

    https://www.jockey.com/catalog/produ...kaAprMEALw_wcB

    They are not cheap, but they last forever, usually after about 7-8 years they start to literally fall apart but the waistband still works

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    Quote Originally Posted by samus79 View Post
    Jockey, found them online. I originally got them because the elastic waistband on normal underwear would chafe and give me a rash, these don’t do that. The horizontal fly was just a bonus lol.

    https://www.jockey.com/catalog/produ...kaAprMEALw_wcB

    They are not cheap, but they last forever, usually after about 7-8 years they start to literally fall apart but the waistband still works
    Thank you I'll run this by OC and if he's interested I'll order him some.
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    Look through the "exofficio" catalog. YES !!SPENDY!! but they are my favorites....(spendy like 12-14 bux a pair, but they Do last FOREVER)


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    Sorry, not sorry, couldn't resist!
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    Another good one... and with that I'm off to go shopping at the leather factory!
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    All of you that are equating no fly briefs to feminization of men are reaching to be offended. As shown by responses above a significant number of men, myself included, take their junk over the top.

    I don't sit to pee, don't aspire to be a trannie, and really don't care if the briefs have a fly or not.

    Don't you have other things to worry about?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duncan View Post
    All of you that are equating no fly briefs to feminization of men are reaching to be offended. As shown by responses above a significant number of men, myself included, take their junk over the top.

    I don't sit to pee, don't aspire to be a trannie, and really don't care if the briefs have a fly or not.

    Don't you have other things to worry about?
    Oh yeah. So many real things, of life and death import, that I treasure these nonsensical threads/moments for the respite they provide. Rule #one of prepper types is going grey....

    Anyways, back to topic....? I only wish I coulda got the man to wear clothes, though I did get the fun of chosing holiday boxers with some cute saying, three times a year, as he did wear clothes when his parents were here.

    Personally, I still think the fabric is more interesting than the fly or not debate. I still give my vote, and two thumbs up, to the sea turtle & octopuses print, preferably on a mid tone blue background, done in a breezy silk that shimmers with every hint of motion.

    We'll have a don't ask don't tell policy re: the fly...unless I've gifted you such garments, in which case, you can have an opinion, too.
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    Glad this thread popped up again. I think about it every morning when I get dressed, and the question is: how the heck do you know what's front and back without a fly? My shorts have button on the fly, and I use that button to navigate in the dark.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis Olson View Post
    I’ve never in my life dragged my “gear” through a “porthole” in underwear. I always pull the waistband down under the boys to let go.
    That’s great what my husband does. He never even uses the fly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by packyderms_wife View Post
    About 60% of the male population turtles up when soft. I see it as a survival of the fittest issue when back in the day men worked/hunted/farmed out in harsh environments, one cannot propagate the species if it freezes off in freezing temperatures.
    Maybe thats why I love my longjohns in the winter.

    Thinking more about it... Skinny men who ware belts are probably more likely to use flys than men who don't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delta View Post
    Glad this thread popped up again. I think about it every morning when I get dressed, and the question is: how the heck do you know what's front and back without a fly? My shorts have button on the fly, and I use that button to navigate in the dark.
    Exactly! I feel for the tag since I don’t use button briefs. But the last 5 years or so they’ve eliminated the tag on the back making finding the fly must more important when dressing in the dark. Wearing briefs backwards is a bit uncomfortable.

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    I didn't know I own any No Fly Zone underdrawers. That is, until this past Wednesday.

    I showered and got ready to go get a lumbar epidural. Pulled on aforementioned underdrawers. Dang. Mrs. done shrunk em in the laundering process....and there is no fly.

    Only after the radiologist and crew had observed my underoos did I realize that I, in fact, had em on backwards.

    ***sigh***

    Oh well. Being old enough to be senile has its perks, I guess.
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    I recall that when my sister married, some girlfriend got into the grooms drawers and sewed all the flies closed (as well as carefully changing all the paper labels on the can food cans).

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    how the heck do you know what's front and back without a fly?

    If you can't tell, it doesn't matter
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bones View Post
    I didn't know I own any No Fly Zone underdrawers. That is, until this past Wednesday.

    I showered and got ready to go get a lumbar epidural. Pulled on aforementioned underdrawers. Dang. Mrs. done shrunk em in the laundering process....and there is no fly.

    Only after the radiologist and crew had observed my underoos did I realize that I, in fact, had em on backwards.

    ***sigh***

    Oh well. Being old enough to be senile has its perks, I guess.
    Snort! I’ve done that and am like “damn, I’m gaining weight”. I was thankful to discover it was just my mind.

    Used to starch and iron all DH’s white dress shirts. This was done with the starch you mix and dip the items into. Well, bless him, one day apparently the rest of the laundry was too close to the process and a pair of his underwear jumped in the starch mix and was dipped and dried. Waited several days. He came home and snarled “don’t ever do that again.” I felt pretty bad for him after my laughter stopped. Sorry man! Didn’t really think that through.
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