Speaking of boundaries. Dear Abby gets a letter from a woman complaining that her son-in-law stays in his underwear when she visits. She thinks he should put on pants, and has trouble that he stays in his skivvies around his children (her grandchildren).
Well, now. Abby and I agree he can live the way he wishes in his own house.
There are people who raise their families in the nudist lifestyle; naked around the house is natural, normal. They want to promote the idea that there is no shame of the human body.
So, here's my question: Does the writer have the same reaction to swim trunks? They have the same anatomical coverage as underwear.
I have boxers and lounge shorts I put on if someone comes to the door, or when I need to go out front for some reason. Truly, if you don't know any better, you'd think I had on a swim suit. My wife used to complain, I told her the only one who knows I'm in "underwear" is her.
What do you think?
Is the son-in-law out of bounds?