Plastic pants

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sergiouk
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Re: Plastic pants

Post by sergiouk »

JellyMan wrote: May 10th, 2022, 5:05 pm
sergiouk wrote: May 10th, 2022, 8:59 am Apart from the occasional month when I've had to wear women's underwear like French or directoire knickers…
You can’t just say that, please explain more about HAVING to wear women’s underwear…
😁 JM
When instructed to when I had a her who must be obeyed of course (and she'd locked all my other underwear away).
sergiouk
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Re: Plastic pants

Post by sergiouk »

I've never had a problem with plastic pants (I think they're usually just labelled as 'underwear' and I buy a lot of different stuff from China and they're mostly unreadable anyway) although other things have been a bit less discreet. Worst though was a large case of nappies that had been poorly taped and then battered in transit so the top flaps were part open and my neighbour could easily see what was in it (I don't know if she did but...).
NylonPVC
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Re: Plastic pants

Post by NylonPVC »

Most of mine are Haian which I got from AliExpress or Amazon. I have even bought some plastic bloomers from them as well which feel just as great against the skin. They can take a while to be delivered but at times, I have had ones arrive within the week.

I generally will just wear them at home, although have worn them out at times as underwear which can be quite exciting although a bit sweaty. Someone in a supermarket asked me if I could grab something from the top shelf, and the top of the plastic would obviously had been spotted by anyone looking in that direction as I had to raise my arm.

Just wished more guys were into wearing them and even better if meeting someone into them.
Hoodedandmasked
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Re: Plastic pants

Post by Hoodedandmasked »

I have worn many brands over the years - but now it's Haian all the time. I have three transparent blue, three transparent white and two transparent black. I wear size L but can't seem to find any such in transparent black now.
Any links where I might find success?
MrDoudy
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Re: Plastic pants

Post by MrDoudy »

Plastic bloomers as suggested by NylonPVC are also a great alternative to plastic pants. Rubber bloomers too if you can get them. For those into self-humiliation the look of bloomers and the fact they tend to trap air inside them that can be expelled with a loud fart when you sit down, especially on a bus in public, can appeal. The very roomy cut of transparent Gary pants made in Euroflex material are also delightfully noisy and crinkly and fully cut in a bloomer-like style.
rubgum
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Re: Plastic pants

Post by rubgum »

MrDoudy wrote: May 17th, 2022, 12:10 pm Plastic bloomers as suggested by NylonPVC are also a great alternative to plastic pants. Rubber bloomers too if you can get them. For those into self-humiliation the look of bloomers and the fact they tend to trap air inside them that can be expelled with a loud fart when you sit down, especially on a bus in public, can appeal. The very roomy cut of transparent Gary pants made in Euroflex material are also delightfully noisy and crinkly and fully cut in a bloomer-like style.
I could imagine you were the man with the loud fart on the bus :?:
Would you please tell the whole story, go ahead ... :oops:
MrDoudy
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Re: Plastic pants

Post by MrDoudy »

There's nothing really more to tell! The olive-green rubber bloomers and the matching rugby-style rubber shirt that went with them were bought from a rubberwear company called Sealwear, sadly now defunct. They also sold a rubber mackintosh but I never bought that as I'd never have plucked up the nerve to wear it in public, at least not in London. Though the bloomers were always concealed under my trousers in public, I would wear the rubber shirt only partly concealed by my unzipped blouson but I never got any comments so I assume no-one noticed I was wearing a rubber shirt; that's London for you!
rubgum
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Re: Plastic pants

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MrDoudy wrote: May 17th, 2022, 4:48 pm There's nothing really more to tell! The olive-green rubber bloomers and the matching rugby-style rubber shirt that went with them were bought from a rubberwear company called Sealwear, sadly now defunct. They also sold a rubber mackintosh but I never bought that as I'd never have plucked up the nerve to wear it in public, at least not in London. Though the bloomers were always concealed under my trousers in public, I would wear the rubber shirt only partly concealed by my unzipped blouson but I never got any comments so I assume no-one noticed I was wearing a rubber shirt; that's London for you!
I have that Sealwear mackintosh you never bought and a cape too, but I fear ,wearing plastic pants on the bus
could cause being banned from riding on a bus for the rest of my life . :arrow:
I've been to London, going for the absolute sightseeings and that was Downing Street No. 10 as well as Soho, some
women wore their raincoats very well. Praying for rain, all of the time :P
Hoodedandmasked
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Re: Plastic pants

Post by Hoodedandmasked »

Further to my previous post on this subject I have now (belatedly) discovered the joys of plastic popper pants. I have three pairs of translucent black which I wear with my long black hooded mackintosh!
In similar vein I have now ordered three pairs of pink to wear with my pink mackintosh.
Nice
galondraken
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Re: Plastic pants

Post by galondraken »

Plastic bloomers are great to take care of little leaks and keep the office chair safe during long meetings :D
Just a little girl who loves being out in the elements enjoying rainwear in the best possible ways
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