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Wear no underpants.
- ‘I decided to go commando since I would just be dining in tonight.’
- ‘And instead of going commando all day long, use them as your pajama replacement.’
- ‘Can you imagine having to recount the day you were found wearing grubby underwear or even worse, you were discovered going commando!’
- ‘Count yourself lucky they don't feel the need to go commando.’
- ‘Women should go commando or wear loose fitting pajamas/nightgowns with no panties.’
- ‘And yes, as some of you will see in these paparazzi photos, she appears to go commando.’
- ‘Generally, there's nothing wrong with going commando, but personally, I believe underwear serves an important function.’
- ‘But no, I wasn't going commando, so don't get any ideas.’
- ‘I just want to know is it okay to go commando to get rid of visible panty lines?’
- ‘Phoebe's new boyfriend likes to go commando.’
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