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Thread: How often should you change your undies?

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    I find the elastic goes on mine before anything else wears out. You can make them last at least another few months by doubling up the elastic waistband one side for about an inch, and sewing it flat, which makes the elastic a bit tighter all round. Then another six months down the line you do the same the other side
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    , getting maybe another year or so out of a pair, in all.
    You do end up with a pair of underpants with bunny ears on, but who cares?

    (I have to do the sewing myself
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    Pants with ears? Cute!

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    And an occasional trunk no doubt...
    Hebridean at heart..everywhere else is just somewhere on the way back there...

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    Definitely change daily. If you don't have clean one, go commando
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