Got a guy in your life that’s tricky to buy for? We feel you. It’s a well-known fact that buying a gift for a bloke, who literally has ALL OF THE THINGS, is near impossible at times. A watch? He’s already got one. An iPad? Yep, that too. A Dan Murphy’s voucher? Not bad, but it doesn’t exactly scream: “I thought long and hard about what to buy you and this is what I came up with” – does it?
You’re probably a bloke who hasn’t bought a pair of undies in… well… ever, preferring instead to wear each pair until they’re threadbare and only being held together by a shred of fabric and sheer luck. You’re probably the kind of guy who waits all year for their annual socks and jocks top-up from your better half (or Mum) at Christmas. Heck, you might even be the dude that doesn’t wear undies at all. Bro, seriously?
The family jewels, the golden nuggets, the boys – whatever you call ‘em they’ve got needs too. It’s time to meet the boys, Rob and Dennis, who know what they want (very comfy undies) and, more importantly, what they don’t want (tired, hole-ridden trunks). It’s true that sometimes there can be a breakdown in communication between the boys and the brain, where messages often get mixed or conflict. To find out more about Rob and Dennis’ views on life, scroll down.
Life inside the pants party isn’t always a party – just ask the menfolk amongst us. There’s a lot going on down there that the “the boys” have to put up with. Heat, cold, itchiness, bunching, holes – these are just a few of the things that can affect them on a daily basis. Not to mention the constant stream of mixed messages between the boys and the brain that can often result in awkwardness, confusion, frustration and discomfort. (Er… Houston, we have a problem!)
The sun is shining, the birds are chirping, spring has finally arrived people – get excited! And what better reason than a new season to take a long hard look at your wardrobe and get real. A spring clean is the perfect excuse to hit refresh on your wardrobe and chuck those items that you haven’t worn in forever. The rule of thumb is: if you haven’t worn it in the past 12 months or aren’t planning to wear it anytime soon, ditch it!