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Latest additions to my Personal Perv Wear collection

Papi_Chulo
Miami, FL (or the nearest big-booty club)
Wednesday, May 28, 2014 12:00 AM
I started SCing regularly in 2000 - a couple of years later I started going commando while wearing khakis which was not very comfortable on the wiener specially when getting lots of LDs. Then one night in a dive in Dallas around 2005 (while I was living there) - I saw a dude wearing sweatpants and thought to myself "the nerve of that guy" but also put in my mind whether I should try it. I was hesitant to try sweatpants in a SC b/c I thought I would stand out like a sore thumb - I probably did but I never had any negative consequences from it and have enjoyed my LDs more. My first set of sweats were dark gray and kinda thick but comfortable; roomy; and soft. I then graduated to thinner sweats that were black and had pockets thus almost looking like slacks (specially w/ black casual shoes). This was all pre-TUSCL - then after becoming a dedicated TUSCL PL and learning more in one TUSCL year than probably my prev 10 years of SCing; I graduated once again to trying out shorts (thin; roomy; soft and silky athletic shorts that go down to just above the knee but have very wide legs so it's easy to take out the artillery). I mainly wear the shorts when I visit daytime and sometimes at night when it's a really divey club. I have now added two additional "pants" to my evening SC collection: 1) Tashi Lounge Pants (Tashi is the brand name) - I got them in the pajama/underwear section of a local JC Penny for $20 - as the name implies they are pants for lounging (i.e. hanging around the house) - they are very thin; soft; and very light (60% cotton/40% Polyester) and also have pockets - I would not wear these to hang outside the house but in a dark strip club I have not had any issues and have had some nice high contact LDs in them 2) Extra perv pants - I got these @ Macy's in the underwear section and were a whopping $40 but they had a 20% discount plus 1/2 price on anything else I got (got a matching black t-shirt) - they are Kalvin Klein "pajamas" if they can be called that but they are really like long underwear - they are 92% modal (w/e that is) and 8% Lycra elastane - these things are so thin they are see thru if held up to the light - I get horny just wearing them commando - and they are super light and soft/silky - basically silk underwear in the shape of pajama pants This kind of attire is def for the advanced PL that has no shame - but hey - I don't mind or complain when the dancers are wearing next to nothing or even walking around the club naked as in some of the Miami dives I visit. I can see some TUSCLers being hesitant going to this level - I have been every time I've graduated to a new level of pervness - and perhaps they may not be able to get away with it in certain clubs of a certain level of upscalishness - but I've worn them in all kinds of clubs except maybe the most upscale like a Christie's club and Steakhouse kinda place - and never had any problems - it also helps I buy them all in black and wear nice shirts and shoes with them thus making them not stand out as much IMO.

28 comments

  • sflguy123
    10 years ago
    Your next step will be to simply wear body paint below the waist! :)
  • eyeamlong
    10 years ago
    I bought three pairs of Black Tashi Lounge pants a few months ago, and always wear a long black Atlanta Falcon jersey, with Nike's sneaker's.. The jersey always draws attention. So at my go to club I've never had a problem with entrance ... ...And wearing underwear in a strip club has been a No! No! for over 25 yrs .. for me now.
  • Bavarian
    10 years ago
    Hey Papi, do you think I could get past the door girls at Baby Dolls Dallas with those kinds of pants? Lol. They are very strict and will deny admission just for not wearing a collared shirt! I am looking for comfortable pants. I wear jeans and I can't feel a damn thing! On top of that I'm wearing a condom because I don't want any wet spots from pre-cum. I hardly get aroused so my poor balls take a beating from the grinding. I am left with aching balls and it ain't because of blue balls! It's time for me to shop for some comfy pants.
  • georgmicrodong
    10 years ago
    I guess it just never occurred to me to try something like this. Probably mostly because I don't go for the lapdances. I do wear shorts, when it's warm enough outside for them to be comfortable, but they tend to be cargo shorts, like my pants. I have no doubt that attire like this is good for lap dances, but for me, if I'm getting what I'm there for, my pants are probably *off*, so what they're made of is irrelevant.
  • sinclair
    10 years ago
    I'll have to check these out. Are the Calvin Klein PJ's durable for longterm use? Being thin and silky, I'd be worried they might rip open during a rigorous grinding session.
  • Papi_Chulo
    10 years ago
    @ Bavarian, I used to live in Dallas and visited BDs quite a bit. I once got turned away for not wearing a collared shirt but all other times I was not wearing a collared shirt I was able to go in (I’m thinking the one time I got turned away was b/c it was a very busy night and I was by myself and they probably didn’t want any more people in the club or at least someone who was by themselves b/c a party of 1 would spend less). I moved from Dallas 4 years ago and maybe BDs now enforces the collared shirt rule more? Back in my Dallas days; I used to wear my sweats and never had a problem – but like I said; my SC “pants” are all in black and most have pockets and I wear them will casual shoes and a nice shirt – so it’s not obvious at all. The only ones that tend to notice (my pants) are the dancers when they sit on me – most say something along the lines of “you’re wearing the right pants” but every now and then a SW-type prude will take exception.
  • Papi_Chulo
    10 years ago
    “… Are the Calvin Klein PJ's durable for longterm use? Being thin and silky, I'd be worried they might rip open during a rigorous grinding session …” I only recently bought these and have worn them maybe 3 times – only time will tell how long they last but they don’t necessarily look like they’ll tare super-easily. The only downturn to these is that they are very very thin and if one gets a pre-cum wetspot it is very easily felt (if you are commando) by the dancer – but w/ the right dancer – the pants are fun. BTW – I don’t think all Macy’s carry them – the Macy’s closest to my house did not carry them - I bought them @ a larger Macy’s in a larger Mall further from my house.
  • Papi_Chulo
    10 years ago
    @ Bavarian: Jeans are probably the worst thing you can wear to a SC – they are too thick and rough both for the custy and the dancer rubbing her bare buns on them. If you are not comfortable wearing perv pants; try some thin/smooth dress slacks. Also avoid wearing a belt – the buckle can also be uncomfortable and get in the way for a grinding dancer.
  • TheFword
    10 years ago
    I have some shorts made from a soft material. They also have an elastic waist band, no belt needed and easy access. I also wear silk shirts. The girls love the smooth feel of my attire. I don't go full commando. I wear briefs with loose leg holes. My 1st stop at the club is the Men's room, I twist the waist band to the right and go what I call balls out. Same sensation as commando, but you can go back in if necessary.
  • dallas702
    10 years ago
    Papi, for those occasions when your "lounge pants" are not appropriate (like a SC visit straight other obligations) a very satisfactory alternative might be a pair of summer weight microfiber dress slacks with double pleats. I have two pair I bought a couple of years ago off a closeout rack. They have elastic expansion vents on the sides (like the old Sans-a-Belt slacks) so I can wear them without a belt. The pleats allow plenty of room for adjustments and manipulation and also hid the fact I am commando in well lit non-SC venues. The microfiber is even thinner than most nylon warmups and the ladies seem to like the very smooth feel. With an untucked square bottomed dress shirt and casual shoes I am dressy enough to go just about anywhere.
  • bishopt1234
    10 years ago
    I've been doing this stuff for years. Infact I always keep a strip club outfit in my car. That way I dont have to worry about the smoke smell, Perfume, amd makeup on my regular clothes.
  • pyrolysis
    10 years ago
    I am quite amused by all this sweat pant and pyjama pants nonsense. Pick up a few pairs of nice linen pants. Very classy and can be worn commando with a untucked buttoned up collared shirt. Belt is not required. The pants are super comfortable, soft to touch, and the material is just thick enough to not be through while still being ultra light. The girls at the club love the pants and with a soft and stylish shirt, will love to open all the buttons.
  • trixxi
    10 years ago
    This story reminds me of a guy who came in to the club with super torn up jeans ... torn in all the right ways ... we had a lot of fun and I even made one of the holes bigger ... the hole where you could reach right through the pockets and play with his erection ...
  • sofaking87
    10 years ago
    Good advice!
  • looneylarry
    10 years ago
    For guys that need to mix business and pleasure--need to suit up for work and can only club in the afternoon before heading home--be aware of the material in your suit. Some suits have a silky feel to them, others do not. I had a dancer that really didn't like my wool blend suit and told me not to wear it when I come in.
  • bman77
    10 years ago
    Thanks for the pants ideas. Any of you guys let it fly when commando? that's what I'd worry about.
  • Clackport
    10 years ago
    I think I'm gonna start rocking sweatpants to the club.
  • Cheo_D
    10 years ago
    Very interesting story about your apparel evolution, P_C. There are so many choices. Linen pants have been brought up in the comments: and they are nice and lighweight and soft and you look like a chill dude who just wandered in from the resort; but one must bear in mind the fabric is very wrinkly and hard to keep neat, in case that's a consideration. As a number of people mentioned, light microfiber dress pants are an alternative for more conservative dressers, for hitting the club right out of the office, or for clubs with upscale dress code pretentions. Going back to the more casual but still "at least he's wearing street clothes" look, some brands of lightweight quick-dry "travel pants" aimed at travelling backpackers are extremely thin and light. Well-worn-soft khakis serve me well (dark colors, please, in case of spills and smears) by being acceptable in every sort of joint I've ever encountered. In any case you really should at least browse for them in person at a store, to be able to feel the fabric, lest it be a blend that feels smooth to a simple touch but could rub her (or you) with vigorous grinding.
  • Papi_Chulo
    10 years ago
    The microfiber and similar lightweight/thin slacks seem like a very good alternative – I’ll have to check into them. But being a serial LD getter; I’m a bit leery about pants w/ a zipper since I practice the ancient art of commando. I recall I first started going commando w/ soft khakis and had some episodes of severe penis-head rash – ouch (although having a zipper does offer a convenient “entry point”).
  • Cheo_D
    10 years ago
    Yes, that's another reason to test out the pants (or any clothing) in the fitting room: to look for potential points of trouble (try not to think of other dudes commando-fitting those pants in the store...). And yes, the zippers! Some trouser brands have nylon zippers, some a nice tight-link metal, but I've seen more of late with heavy broad-gage metal that looks like it will be quite snaggy even when closed. One almost wants to follow ZZ Top's wisdom and install a Velcro fly (except that then could grab your pubes, plus it's noisy).
  • surgin
    10 years ago
    the zipper, Velcro dilemma has been pondered.. If you wear baggie dress pants you can pull it off to side a bit.. but you can't go beltless.. you can certainly buckle the belt over a loop or two.. a good number of performers like to blow thru the material when they are working your manhood.. and more than one has complained it is harder to blow thru dress slacks than jeans..
  • luvemthick93
    9 years ago
    Most if not all of my SC trips are after work so I'm wearing polyester dress pants. That plus some soft thin boxers do the trick for me. Super comfortable and allows room for me to grow wild.
  • topmandd
    9 years ago
    Cubavera pants at Macy's haven't been too bad - basically linen - get on sale. Used to always wear shorts, but these are nicer change for dress. That being said i travel a lot and they don't stay wrinkle free easily. Nice part is drawstring waist that you can tuck so no belt and still button pockets to keep stuff your own. Won't go into detail - but thinking liquidlapdance can help out the seeping fluid issue.
  • sirmixalot
    8 years ago
    I have always worn basketball shorts (remove the liner of course) and no underwear, I think the dancers like it much better this way opposed to jeans or dress pants. They like the feeling of getting a guy hard, I am just careful in case the lap dances get too wild and there is a 'sexy explosion' to have napkins handy.
  • Estafador
    7 years ago
    The one time the stereotypical man is interested in clothes.
  • gammanu95
    7 years ago
    I can't imagine myself wearing sweatpants or pajama pants outside the house ever. However, I can credit TUSCL for helping me see the light in other ways. I used to wear jeans to strip clubs. I never knew what a mistake that was until the last couple of years. I also used to wear belts regularly, but no more. Now I try to wear thin golf shorts, and the soft linen pants are a good suggestion. The problem with those is you cannot go commando without risking serious injury and even disfigurement from the zipper during a vigorous LD. The only solution I've found is to wear baggy boxers underneath. Sill boxers are especially nice.
  • gammanu95
    7 years ago
    *silk boxers
  • Papi_Chulo
    7 years ago
    If you get sweatpants or similar pants (e.g. lounge pants, etc) w/ pockets and in black, the don't seem as sweatpants-ish especially if you get the thin-ones - I always try to get them in black w/ pockets and wear a long-ish shirt instead of a short or tucked in shirt which would make the perv-pants more obvious - but in the end one wears what they are comfortable w/ and at first I myself was not comfortable w/ my current perv collection and it took some talking myself into it.
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