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#1 posted April 11, 2003 at 6:33pm (EST)  
I would like one of those underwear-like bathing suits, but I cannot find one in any store. I was thinking, since it is possible to buy a girl's bikini bottom or top, sererately, that's what I would do. I would then wear it swimming, like it was (I don't know what to call it.) an underwear like swimsuit when swimming. What is your opinion on this?
#2 posted April 11, 2003 at 9:35pm (EST)  
Are you looking for something like a Speedo?
#3 posted April 11, 2003 at 10:50pm (EST)  
Yes, or something similar. I have done that two times. While you were posting the message, I was coming home from buying a bikini bottom. My sister tells me that people might be able to notice it was part of a two-piece, but I have seen swimsuits like this (the kind for men which are like underwear) and today, before my message was posted, I started seeing swimsuits like this that were pink, yes for men!
#4 posted April 12, 2003 at 1:34am (EST)  
Speedo has been around for years, in fact they have their own website.
#5 posted April 12, 2003 at 1:38am (EST)  
Try clicking on "Aquablade". Also, there is a store locator link at the bottom right of the home page.
#6 posted April 12, 2003 at 11:30am (EST)  
I forgot to mention this, but what is your opinion on me buying the bottom of a girl's bikini (when the top and bottom are sold seperately) and using it like an underwear-like swimsuit (I think these are called bikinis, when they are for men.)?

If yes, are there certain colors or patterns that I should avoid? That is, if I wear a bikini bottom, but nothing else, as long as it doesn't have a skirt, do you think people will think it was from a girl's bathing suit if it has flowers and or pink? Remember, even the "bikinis" for men have these kinds of colors and patterns on them.
#7 posted April 12, 2003 at 12:12pm (EST)  
Togs, swimmers, whatever you call them, for men are a lot different from women's bikis bottoms. The only way you are going to be able to wear one is if you have no balls, otherwise you're going to get arrested.

Now, I think you have a few problems. First of all, your forum posts and surveys seem to have a theme, and that is young girls. You seem obsessed with their bikini bottoms and how to kiss them. I don't believe you were unable to find swimmers for boys/men and were *forced* to buying swimmers meant to be worn by females. I also don't know how old you are, although your grammar and use of punctuation suggests you are a lot older than you pretend to be. You're either some sick pervert, a cop, a 40+ year old retard who is heading towards a rape charge, or a pretty smart and manipulative geek getting his/her jollies by asking weird questions and seeing how people respond. I don't like any of those options, so let's get this straight from the start. I don't like you.
#8 posted April 12, 2003 at 1:31pm (EST)  
Since womens/girls bathing suit bottoms fit differently from guys, it might be noticeable. Women/girls are built differently around the hips and buttocks then guys are and the suits are designed for how they are built. I would get a guy's swimming suit if I were you. It would look and fit better.
#9 posted April 12, 2003 at 2:09pm (EST)  
I wonder why the it is impossible to find the underwear-like swimsuits for boys in stores, but you can find either girl swimsuit in stores. Therefore, I think the best option is to buy the bottom of a girl's bathing suit. Also for the part about it not fitting or looking right, I could buy a bigger one. >smiley:::frown huh?
#10 posted April 12, 2003 at 7:56pm (EST)  
Whatever floats your boat...
#11 posted April 12, 2003 at 8:32pm (EST)  
As I said before, the Speedo site has a link at the bottom right that gives store locations and you can also order online.
#12 posted April 26, 2003 at 11:03pm (EST)  
By the way, I would more likely wear the bikini bottom under night clothing to bed and in the bath tub.