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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    I wear the laser cut undies without a panty line.
    Laser cut? They sound new age and technologically advanced

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    What makes leggings NOT pants? They have two leg holes. I remember in the 80s there was none of this talk of leggings not being pants... they are??!!

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    when there is a visible camel toe or butt cheek. that's when they don't belong anywhere other than while one is jogging etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    This sounds like it's dangerously bordering on leggings as pants if people are noticing they can't see undies ....
    They mean you can't see a panty line. Most of my gym tops sit around that area. I don't wear leggings lol I wear sports tights, they are different.

    Laser cut have no sewn panty line let me find a pic...

    http://shop.target.com.au/p/precisio...FQYipQoddX0ALA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    when there is a visible camel toe or butt cheek. that's when they don't belong anywhere other than while one is jogging etc
    I must be safe then, my leggings don't give me a camel toe.. they're kinda 'flat' at the front lol. You can see the shape of my butt cheeks but no more than you can when I'm wearing a tight skirt or my jeans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    They mean you can't see a panty line. Most of my gym tops sit around that area. I don't wear leggings lol I wear sports tights, they are different.

    Laser cut have no sewn panty line let me find a pic...

    http://shop.target.com.au/p/precisio...FQYipQoddX0ALA
    Yes I know what they mean. I see no difference between leggings and sports tights. It's just the name

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benji View Post
    What makes leggings NOT pants? They have two leg holes. I remember in the 80s there was none of this talk of leggings not being pants... they are??!!
    lol if I don't the whole legging debate. I've seen camel toe in shorts, trousers. Leggings cop a pounding don't they? haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    Yes I know what they mean. I see no difference between leggings and sports tights. It's just the name
    lol there is a difference. Different material, thicker, usually better quality and not see thru.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    lol if I don't the whole legging debate. I've seen camel toe in shorts, trousers. Leggings cop a pounding don't they? haha
    I know! And such a comfy, practical item

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    lol there is a difference. Different material, thicker, usually better quality and not see thru.
    The leggings I wear are not see through - they are very thick.

    Anyway we'll have to agree to disagree - after the "reveal yourself" thread I'm having far too many images of members in their gym gear now and I want them to leave my head!!

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