Pants are the worst. This is something we can all agree on.
No person in their right mind puts on a pair of pants for any reason other than to attempt to present themselves as a functional member of society.
But once this period of feigned together-ness comes to an end, pants immediately come off and Netflix immediately comes on.
MeUndies makes this part of your day hella luxurious, and something you're not ashamed to shout from the rooftops about (which you've done, despite your disgruntled landlord and fellow tenants).
It's just the American way.
But luckily, thanks to MeUndies, this daily ritual doesn't have to be the least bit sad or pathetic, or something that you hide from your friends beneath veiled excuses as to why you can't meet up with them tonight.
Nope. Not at all. In fact, MeUndies makes this part of your day hella luxurious, and something you're not ashamed to shout from the rooftops about (which you've done, despite your disgruntled landlord and fellow tenants).
Regardless, there are lots of good reasons to shirk all responsibilities and do nothing but chill in your , especially on a weekend.
Read on to find out what they are.
1. Treat yo'self
You work hard. The MTA was a royal sh*tbag almost every single morning this week.
Your landlord still hasn't fixed the broken window in your kitchen.
You deserve to treat yo'self to two days of pure bliss lying around in nothing but your MeUndies underwear and lounge pants.
This stuff is cozy AF.
You won't even feel like you're being lazy when you're hangin' in your MeUndies - you'll feel like the god/goddess that you know you are and revel in every moment spent in them. And the best part? Their no-commitment monthly subscriptions that could save you as much as $8 per pair.
2. Less laundry
This city is damn expensive; you're always looking to cut corners where you can.
The time and cost that keeping up with laundry requires (even when we do neglect to wash our sheets for going on 4 weeks...) is extremely irksome.
But there is a simple solution here: not wearing clothes. Easy, right?
Think about it: if you spend the entire weekend in your underwear, you could potentially skip your trip to the laundromat this week and save yourself the headache.
3. Pants are terrible
We've been over this-- pants are the work of Satan. Their level of confinement is on par with that of a jail cell.
Ok, that might be a tad dramatic. But you get the point.
Any excuse to free ourselves of the limitations of pants, we are certainly going to utilize. So shred your trousers proudly and bask in the freedom that pantlessness allows.
4. That whole "nothing to wear" problem is eradicated
Why waste precious time and energy trying to pick out the perfect outfit when you can just abandon the effort all together?
Ain't nobody got time for that.
You have far more important matters to attend to than your outfit choices, such as marathoning the entirely of House of Cards in a single weekend, breaking only to pee and order food. Duh.
5. They're cute as hell
Let's make one thing clear, here: when you're lounging in your MeUndies, you're not hangin' out in your washing machine-shredded granny panties that you definitely should have thrown out last year.
MeUndies are something you're proud to show off.
Between the many colorful patterns they offer and the softest blend of tightly-woven Italian fibers, these undies will definitely withstand the test of time, and look hella good doing it.
These duds are so adorable, you might even be tempted to step outside of the house in them. How else is the world supposed to know how amazing your underwear is?
6. Responsibilities = awful
After 5 straight days of adulting, the last thing you want to do on a Saturday is worry about things like paying your bills or scheduling a doctor's appointment.
Why not just pretend that these things don't exist and stay in your skivvies all weekend? Sounds like a perfectly legitimate way to handle adulthood to us.
So throw your to-do list to the wind, bundle up, and pray that Monday never comes.
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