Study this view carefully. Do you notice any tell-tale undergarment lines?
Somehow the comments on a recent post began to delve into the subject of men’s undies and what versions Mr. A favors, and then ventured into commando versus boxers vs. briefs and well–I think everyone was just giggling like a gaggle of schoolgirls by then.
The subject of just what our dear henchman, the glorious Sir Guy, wears under those rather form-fitting (and what a form!) leathers of his also arose. We certainly wish for our favorite baddie-but-not-really to have freedom of movement and be as comfortable as possible as he slinks through the castle corridors, rides his mighty steed and races (alas, in vain) to capture that deemed elusive Hood from the Vale.
We did actually get a glimpse of Sir Guy’s undies in the second season in that very memorable scene when Marian visits Sir Guy and discovers him trying on his shiny new armor in the candlelight.
In medieval times, men did wear braies as undergarments. Occasionally the show did get some historical details right.
Let’s take another look at them, shall we?
I am trying to study the braies themself but find my attention keeps straying to the sculpted abdominals, the perky chesticles, the buff biceps . . . what was I saying?
I’d better dress the man again.
Hmmmm. Not sure that helped. OK, back to Sir Guy trying on his armor. Let’s do a GIF this time, shall we? Click on Sir Guy!
Hmmm. Let’s try dressing him again. In a GIF. Click on that slinky figure in black.
OK, I think we need a frontal view GIF, too–for thorough research.
Let’s see, where was I? . . . oh, yes. Guy. Leathers. Underwear. What fabric? Something really soft . . . wouldn’t want to chafe anything. And yet–supportive, too. Wouldn’t want any harm to come to the Gisborne jewels. Don’t suppose they had Ye Olde Henchman Jocke Straps back in the day.
He doesn’t appear to be wearing one here . . .
What was I talking about again?
I need some sleep. And good dreams . . .
Oh, yeah. Happy Guyday Friday!!