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Re: Taiwanese super tight underwear

Postby touduke » 01 May 2012, 17:00

Tempo Gain wrote:
touduke wrote:underwear in Taiwan ----> Costco


The elastic is horrible--at least when I got it.


but there are different brands - they are not all alike.
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Re: Taiwanese super tight underwear

Postby Mucha Man » 01 May 2012, 18:16

Muji has good boxer underwear. Not sure where other branches are but there's an outlet on the 2nd floor of the train station. NT250 I think for a pair. Their t-shirts are also excellent.
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Re: Taiwanese super tight underwear

Postby antarcticbeech » 02 May 2012, 00:12

Steviebike wrote:Go commando. Problem solved.

Yeah. Just gotta be careful of those 'up periscope' moments.
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Re: Taiwanese super tight underwear

Postby Chris » 02 May 2012, 00:45

Stock up on your next trip home.
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Re: Taiwanese super tight underwear

Postby Tiger Mountaineer » 02 May 2012, 01:05

Muzha Man wrote:Muji has good boxer underwear. Not sure where other branches are but there's an outlet on the 2nd floor of the train station. NT250 I think for a pair. Their t-shirts are also excellent.


Uniqlo's boxers and boxer briefs are also excellent quality and super comfy. I had been stocking up on them for years every time I was in Japan until they opened shops here last year. Yay!
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Re: Taiwanese super tight underwear

Postby Halo » 02 May 2012, 16:26

I use old basketball shorts I have a lot of them. I also buy 1 size up here.

But ladies how are the bras working out? :whistle:
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Re: Taiwanese super tight underwear

Postby tommy525 » 03 May 2012, 13:10

antarcticbeech wrote:
Steviebike wrote:Go commando. Problem solved.

Yeah. Just gotta be careful of those 'up periscope' moments.


take even more care when zipping back your zipper (personal experience here).

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Re: Taiwanese super tight underwear

Postby antarcticbeech » 04 May 2012, 22:59

tommy525 wrote:
antarcticbeech wrote:
Steviebike wrote:Go commando. Problem solved.

Yeah. Just gotta be careful of those 'up periscope' moments.


take even more care when zipping back your zipper (personal experience here).

On the MRT I usually keep zippered up. :lol:
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