Define "normal". Then I'll tell you.
If you did then you would have answered my question.
Please enlighten us. What exactly is normal? :-)
Looks like no answer forthcoming... What a surprise.
A disharmony exists between a virtual identity of the self and a real social identity, whether it be in the form of a trait or attribute. If a person does not have this disharmony, then he or she is described as normal. A virtual identity can take many definitions, but in this case a virtual identity is the identity that persons mentally create that conforms to societal standards and norms, it may not represent how they actually are, but it represents what they believe is the typical "normal" person. A real social identity is the identity that persons actually have in their society or is perceived, by themselves or others, to have. If these two identities have differences between each other, there is said to be disharmony. Individuals may monitor and adapt their behavior in terms of others' expected perceptions of the individual, which is described by the social psychology theory of self-presentation. In this sense, normality exists based on societal norms, and whether someone is normal is entirely up to how he or she views him- or herself in contrast to how society views him or her. While trying to define and quantify normality is a good start, all definitions confront the problem of whether we are even describing an idea that even exists since there are so many different ways of viewing the concept.
No, you wouldn't stand a chance would you? Good call. Surrender accepted.
I know this must be a difficult concept for you to comprehend but your question required clarification before it could be answered. You see many simple-minded people regularly ask questions using terms such as 'good', 'bad', 'best', 'normal'. These words have very vague meanings and typically involve very non-absolute judgements, making the question and any attempt at answering them totally useless. Can you wrap your head around that luv? The American, cliché, 90's backwards cap may be restricting the blood flow for you...
Looks like that was a bit over your head. tsk, tsk, tsk
My hubby thinks it's cute.
yes it is completely normal
i prefer nothing, just a personal choice ok, i wore g-strings but they get lost in me so its annoying, prefer the free feeling
I think it's ok, i think it's ok for men to wear her undies as well, it's actually really sexy xx
Boxers are fine. The tighty-whiteys qualify as a little weird.
well jumpers and shirts are fine, and i guess if you're not sneaking around and wearing them privately its probably alright. theres no real definition of normal though.
For her it is.<br />
My gf wears a pair of mine now and then.
Of course it's normal & a little sexy I used to wear my ex-boyfriends all the time. He loved it he thought it was cute.
normal, sexy and hot...
Maybe not so normal, but seriously kinky!
as long as they fit i think it'd be normal in my book...i would.
yes , boxers , shirts, hoodies . yeah sure.
I love male boxers and a tee shirt what i wear to bed mostly,,,,,,,That's why i get my own because my boys don't fit.....they are comphy....we want to be comphy right?
I don't really think there is a "normal" anymore. We can all do what we like as long as noone gets hurt.
When I was married I bought them for my husband. however, he never really liked them so I kept them for myself.:)
It is adorable.
There's nothing abnormal about it. I have a lady friend who borrows and wears mine, all the time. She says they are quite comfortable.
yes but you may have trouble getting into some stores...they tend to frown on that behavior!
Girls even tend to buy their own boxers, my sister do, I think she is weird (but then again, I got a silk boxer and that feels so nice).