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    Totally reasonable!

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    I always wear socks while dtd...actually i prefer as much clothes on as possible. Dh would prefer nothing at all but if he wants it he'll just have to deal with it!

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    Totally reasonable. You could say that if you shiver too much, his deposit might fall out too soon.
    Atm I wear bra because of dripping milk boobs and socks. Dh always wears socks

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    DP and I have no issues with socks in bed or DTD. As DP said, you arent doing it with your feet.

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    totally reasonable

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    Hey the jumper and socks don't hinder access so I say go for it. Make it fun, like a quicky in the kitchen bench, then no one will notice what clothes have and haven't been removed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stretched View Post
    I always need socks on or I freeze. I say "that's why they call them business socks, baby!"

    (OK, I stole that one from flight of the conchords)
    I always quote this line from flight of the conchords to dh! Regular sock and jumper wearer here! I don't think dh cares as long as he's getting some!

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    Socks and jumper are definitely fine! Especially if you are in freezing melbourne!

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    Why not wear a onesie with a bum flap, obviously with no undies on? It would be warmer....just open the flap.

    Aaaaand.....if he was also really cold, he could wear one backwards so the flap is at his front.

    I am a genius!

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    LOL my DH will DTD no matter what I'm wearing if it's on offer!


 

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