Kmart Releases Tiny Bikini Pants and Thousands React: ‘Exposed Lady Parts!’
The recent release of Kmart’s String Jacquard Briefs has caused a stir on social media, with many expressing concerns about the small front triangle and the potential for exposing “lady parts.”
In a popular Facebook group, a shopper shared a photo of the bikini pants and questioned how women are supposed to avoid exposing themselves while wearing them. The post quickly garnered over 3,000 reactions and sparked a heated discussion.
Some commenters expressed shock and disbelief at the size of the bikini briefs, with one even joking that their curtains could never fit into them. Others humorously mentioned that their “breakfasts” would be falling out of the tiny pants.
Several people also pointed out that when the sanitary plastic crotch sticker shows on the sides, it indicates that the briefs are too small. Some even suggested that comedian Celeste Barber should create a parody video about the pants.
However, not everyone was concerned about the size of the bikini briefs. Some individuals argued that not all women have large body parts that would be exposed, and that many girls and women could wear the bikini pants comfortably, even after having kids.
Ultimately, the controversy surrounding these tiny bikini pants highlights the different perspectives and body types of women. While some find them inappropriate and impractical, others see them as a normal item of clothing that covers the important parts.
As this story unfolds, it will be interesting to see if Kmart responds to the criticism and provides an explanation for the design of these bikini pants.
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