Monday, August 14, 2006

Early Recollections


Today's panty of the day is a flirty Frederick's of Hollywood model RN 73120. These are flutter full back bikinis in wedding white. Notice the flutter panels on the front waistband to leg opening areas. The flutter material is slightly transparent with the rest of the panty being contructed of a satin material made of polyester. These are very silky and smooth. A special detail is the cute little bow at the top center of the front waistband. Unfortunately, these were discontinued long ago. I beleive these were purchased in the late nineties.

This morning I was thinking about panties as I sometimes do. I was trying to remember my earliest recollection of panties or lingerie that were of a sexual nature. The earliest memory I could come up with was seeing the movie "Cabaret" on TV when I was a kid. I remember there was a scene where Liza Minnelli is performing on stage in her lingerie with other women. I think that perhaps this sight somehow registered as sexual to me at the time despite the fact that I was only a little kid. Anyway, I do remember being excited that there was a lady dancing around in her underwear.

The other early memories I have are of an old Playboy that I took from the corner drug store. They had a magazine rack near the front door and I remember stuffing the Playboy under my shirt and running home, my heart racing faster than my feet. There were some nice photos in there of beautiful ladies in lingerie and nude in a soft focus. I remember a shot of a girl in a french chair wearing lingerie and a pearl necklace, her legs parted and her breasts bared, her head was leaned back and to the side and her eyes were closed as if she were fantasizing something.

Now that I think of it, I really don't remember the first time I saw a Playboy. I had a friend who's dad's collection we unearthed in their garage one afternoon. That was a thrilling discovery. Then I rememeber another time when my buddy found a Penthouse somewhere and we were sitting around his backyard looking at it and reading the forum stories. There was one story from a woman and I remember reading about how he entered her with his fingers and my friend and I were quite baffled by this sentence. We had no clue what she was talking about! Anyway, those are the early recollections from my youth, the seeds of my future sexuality.

5 comments:

ross said...

One time my eleven year old buddy and I found a huge cardboard box of Playboys hidden in an orchard. I think one of the neighborhood boys had hid it out there, knowing his mom was going to clean his room. We nabbed all the centerfolds and hid the box somewhere else in the orchard but the next day it was gone. There must have been 50 of them. Outstanding. Had the centerfolds for a long time.

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