February 8, 2006
OneDerWear — '100% cotton disposable underwear'
Got skid marks?
Not for long.
From the website:
- The smart new travel accessory that eliminates the hassle of repacking or washing dirty underwear — forever!
Each package contains five compact pairs of individually–wrapped disposable underwear that can fit in the palm of your hand.
With OneDerWear, you simply wear and toss!
• Dorm life
• Hospital stays
Men's boxer or brief; women's bikini brief, classic brief or thong.
$7.99–$9.99 for a 5–pack here.
Hey — I just thought of something: these would make great stocking stuffers come Christmas — in the Bizarro World.
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Well, about 50 cents on every dollar you pay for goods in this country goes to marketing--and what a brilliant marketing ploy! It plays so well to the modern American sensibility: why suffer the indignity of dealing with your own filthy underwear? You deserve better! You have more important things to worry about! So perhaps the price is spot-on.
Posted by: Richelle | Feb 9, 2006 4:36:55 PM
I just checked the cheapest underwear at Kmart: $6 for 6 pair. Definitely much cheaper. It happened to be Hanes brand today, but cheapest available varies.
Posted by: rjh | Feb 9, 2006 4:22:50 PM
Hmmm...Very scatological. I had a friend who was a paramedic in Chicago. They used to refer to bodily liquids that came out of the people who were in the Ambulance as "Code Juice". Dr. Joe, I think you have a fascination with code juice.
Toto-- where in the hell do you shop for $2/underwear? Or better yet, why would you want $2 underwear touching your skin?? THAT skin.
Posted by: Three Layer Cake | Feb 8, 2006 2:41:21 PM
you can get a 5 pack of regular underwear for the same price at one of the big department stores. I don't see how this is any diffferent than just wearing and chucking those
Posted by: toto | Feb 8, 2006 1:45:52 PM
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