What's the big deal about pantsu, /a/?
They're just cloth
for me it's about the total package- the girl wearing them and what she's wearing (or lack thereof).
Panties don't lie.
The best pantsu are the ones you can just barely not see
The allure is not the pantsu itself, it's what the pantsu is keeping safe and warm
They give a sense of cuteness and innocence while being somewhat sexual.
Is there anime for briefs?
If you can't see it then it's art.
The best pantsu are not that you peek at
It's the ones that are shown to you
Girls showing you their pantsu is the hottest thing ever
Girls show everyone their swimsuits all the time and they cover about as much as pantsu
Can anyone explain to me what the horizontal line is on panties? I've never seen them in real life. It's best depicted in this drawing:
Where it says "Java panty"
What is that horizontal line at the crotch? Is it a decoration? A lot of other panties have it (almost all of them, actually).
Sometimes there's a different pattern or design there, and usually if the panty is see through at the top, it's not when it's below that line. What the hell is it? Why is it there? Does anyone know?
Panties are cloth. But they're cloth you're not supposed to see.
Like how cuss words are so satisfying to say purely because you're not supposed to say them.
It's reverse psychology.
Yet at the same time, it's relatively easy to see them. By accident, at least.
A girl caught nude is more attractive, but a hundred times less common than being caught with her panties showing.
And in shows, how often are they censored compared to full nudity?
With most panties, they put either thicker cloth or an extra layer of cloth covering the crotch. Hence the two seams.
I imagine it's mostly a modesty thing.
It's marginally less see-through, and it's the only area that needs to soak up discharge.
And as I go to look up images I realize I was actually thinking of Kyou no Asuka.