["Brighter and Breezier!" proclaims The Star headline, no doubt alluding to well-covered albeit dank nether regions that will definitely benefit from such an airing.]
The "no-panties promotion," being held for the first time, has apparently been gaining interest among the students, who are passing the news by word-of-mouth.
Two students in their 20s from Shah Alam, known only as Ummi and Melissa, said they were aware of the "promotion." "I feel it is personal," said Ummi with a smile.
"Valentine's Day is a good time to express one's love. And, what we use, or don't use, is our right, our freedom. But we will do what is right. It's a new world now."
Melissa claimed that there was already a large group who planned to go ahead with it. "We will know how many by Valentine's evening."
(The Star/ Friday 29 January 2010/ N21)
Kama Says: Hmmm... it's a new world indeed. Not only the mind boggles but this one is getting my knickers in a twist as well! I am sitting here trying to figure out how this 'promotion' works.
Ok, so you have a boyfriend. And on Valentine's Day you are persuaded not to wear panties, and so you don't. What's next then? Lift your skirt/sarong/unzip your pants for a sniff so dear boyfriend knows you are indeed 'free and easy' down there?
And why this special promotion? A run-up to a "Peek-a-Boo" session or "Have A Grope" invite? Or perhaps in honour of lowly cockles, in whose image 'da thing' resembles?
And what has pantyless crotch got to do with true love? Unless one is using Valentine's Day as a "Hump Me Quick" excuse...
[This piece with a yukky aftertaste somehow reminds me of a book I had read as a teenager, in which a high school girl was being persuaded to have her cherry popped by her boyfriend on the strength of "You Would If You Loved Me", which eventually became the title of the book. She refused, and was dumped...]