white sports shorts & clothing

Discussion in 'Underwear, Clothing, and Appearance Issues' started by 10inchdude, Nov 3, 2006.

  1. 10inchdude

    10inchdude New Member

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    Why is it sporting groups favour white shorts when playing sport. Have you noticed how many buldges you see when guys sweat get wet or swim. is it for showing off.

    you tend to notice the hung guys showing extremely well. the odd occasion you see someone freeballing.

    So guys share your hottest moment in seeing a guys buldges in a pair of white bottoms.
     
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    I was walking to work and towards me was walking a builder wearing white (or maybe green) nylon shorts. You could see a long thick tube of cock just gently bouncing there. I would have gone down right then, but reality check, it was the middle of Kingsway in London!
     
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    Cost, probably. White would be the cheapest to produce/buy.
     
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    Those white shorts are a sports uniform tradition. That tradition has been relaxed though circa the late 20th century.
     
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    White shorts are hot on a fit guy with a good tan. White goes with every other color.
     
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    White also reflects heat therefore keeping the participant cooler.
     
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