Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Tudung Malay Girl

Sexy Women's Thongs

The thong is an undergarment and swimwear, worn by both sexes, in a style characterized by a thin strip of material along the center of the garment’s rear designed to sit between the wearer’s buttocks cheeks connecting the front or pouch to the waistband behind the wearer. Thongs come in a variety of styles depending on the thickness, material, or type of this rear portion of fabric and are available. It is known as the “tanga” in Brazil.

Types of thongs include the traditional thong, the G-string, V-string and the T-back. There are many other styles available:
Traditional thong: This style is generally the most common and involves a strip of fabric in varying widths on the rear of the garment connecting the front or pouch to the waistband.

* G-string: This style consists of a string of fabric - as opposed to a wider-than-thick strip - connecting the front/pouch and the waistband in the rear. It is also called a Rio thong. In Israel the G-string is called “Khutini” (חוטיני), from the word Khut, which means String. In Lithuanian it is “siaurikės” (“narrows”), Italian “perizoma”, in Turkish “ipli külot” (“stringed underpants”), and in Bulgarian it is known as “prashka” (slingshot). A frequent metaphor, especially in South America, is dental floss as in Spanish hilo dental or Portuguese fio dental. A Puerto-Rican Spanish slang term, used by Reggaeton artists, is gistro.

* V-string: Similar to the g-string, this style connects via a single string along the rear that separates into two strings just at or before the waistband or into a small triangle of fabric above the buttocks but below the waistband can have tie sides like the T-back.

* T-back: A thong that makes a straight line of a strip of garment in the back like the English letter “T”. The sound has been causing some confusion among Japanese speakers with a tea bag, which is also common in today’s Japanese dictionaries. In the dialects of Chinese language, the G-string is commonly called dingziku which literally means “ character pants” (or roughly, “T-letter pants”). In Korean it is called (“T panty”). However, there are several usages of the term “T-back” in English as well (e.g. Children’s literature author E.L. Konigsburg’s T-backs, T-shirts, Coat and Suit).

* Dance belt: This is a type of thong designed specifically to be used in the same manner as an athletic supporter for male dancers, especially in ballet. Its purpose is to protect and support the male during athletic/dance activities without being seen through outergarments such as tights or a leotard.

* Cheeky: This style covers a little more area, but exposes the bottom part of the buttocks. Some cheekies are used as undergarments while others function as bikini bottoms.

· String Tanga: This is a type of tanga swimwear which has the waist band replaced with strings which are tied.