Episode 15

You Don't Wear Underpants?

Published on: 8th December, 2021

When was the last time you bought new underpants. Debbie offers some insight, while Charlie get's her goat again!

Transcript

The Underpants

Fri, 2/25 4:36PM • 6:56

SUMMARY KEYWORDS

underwear, underpants, jockey, underwear drawer, secret, talk, buy, call, victoria secrets, jackie, body, model, smile, victoria, women, city, granny panties, wearing, regretted, risk

SPEAKERS

Debbie Charlie, Charlie Ponger

Charlie Ponger:

Hey, everyone, thank you so much for being part of the Seenager family and friends. So you really want to help us continue to bring a smile to your face? Sure you do. Well damn. All you need to do is subscribe or click on that patron button. How easy is that? I'm Charlie along with Debbie, we're your co hosts. So here it is. The underpants place you want to talk about we're just

Debbie Charlie:

in the show. Oh god. Yeah.

Charlie Ponger:

Hi, everyone. This is the official Seenagers that's www.theofficialseenagers.com Website. No, we're the official seenagers and you're going to join us as well as because

Debbie Charlie:

underwear is the official Seenagers. What do you think? Official? Oh

Charlie Ponger:

my gosh, we should have official seenagers

Debbie Charlie:

on underwear.

Charlie Ponger:

I like to call them underpants.

Debbie Charlie:

I like to call them necessary.

Charlie Ponger:

Oh my gosh.

Debbie Charlie:

Let's talk about underwear for a second. All right. Good. Because I'm thinking in my head as well. Yeah. Yeah.

Charlie Ponger:

Do you wonder if I have underwear on so

Debbie Charlie:

I wonder but you might as well share? No, I don't. Seriously? No. Boys? No, come on. No, the boys. We're having this conversation.

Charlie Ponger:

Yeah, I like to have the boys be free and happy romping. What's wrong with that? Nothing wrong with not wearing underpants? I gotta be honest with you. If I go to work, and I'm not wearing blue jeans, I wear underwear. Underpants.

Debbie Charlie:

Okay, well, that's nice. You probably wash your clothes more often.

Charlie Ponger:

I do. But I have that thing that you do.

Debbie Charlie:

So I want to talk about who invented the G string. Really? It's like okay.

Charlie Ponger:

When you're wearing a G string, how do women think when they're

Debbie Charlie:

really not comfortable? I guess if you have not a lot of body. Yeah. He not even know there's a string there. Right? They look sexy, though. I have to say look sexy on certain people, like very certain people. Like like those. Hair those two my thing has always been like Victoria's Secret. Whenever I would look at that catalog. The first thing would come into my head be like, You know what her secret is? Nobody looks like that. Yeah, okay, that's the big secret. Oh, yeah, they got rid of the Victoria's Secret models because they were all too skinny and perfect. You saw what's going on? Right? No, I don't I have no idea. We live under a rock. Much bigger women these days. They're reflecting the reality of people's bodies in this country.

Charlie Ponger:

You see this? Is it onto my bathroom you mean you're no longer Victoria secrets model body person.

Debbie Charlie:

I always knew her secret.

Charlie Ponger:

Why don't you call it Victoria. Secrets. Victoria. Yeah, as a secret as a

Debbie Charlie:

secret. Fun thing. There's granny granny panties. granny panties. Yeah, they're not very I can't. Not very attractive.

Charlie Ponger:

No, I'd rather rearrange a sock drawer. I

Debbie Charlie:

am. Okay, so we're sharing so I don't like any line showing in underwear. Alright, and actually,

Charlie Ponger:

I'm sure most women don't want to just remember. Or they BVDs you can't hurt remember. You want to look good. Look now I won't look good. I got this like here. I'll put my hand on my back.

Debbie Charlie:

Hurt something. Oh. Actually, I have lucky. No, I know. They're jockey. High Rise. Very beautiful fabric that don't show lines. Yeah, pants and I've always thought they were kind of fun. So I always loved the jockey company and I especially loved Jocko, I got a good story. You want it? Yeah, I have one too. About me. Okay. So one day I'm on the radio. It's a million years ago, I'm doing the working mom on the run show and I was talking about underwear, right? You don't even knew. And I said, your underwear drawer has to move on to sometimes like if you want to move on your underwear drawer has to move on to and I mean, where you place your under right. Everybody should just open up their underwear drawer. Look in there and that'll tell you how your life's going. I mean, there's old things you're

Charlie Ponger:

absolutely right. That's a really, really good point.

Debbie Charlie:

Yeah, that's how you how it's going. It's either going to it's either going somewhere it has been somewhere. Looks like it moving somewhere or stuck

Charlie Ponger:

at mines. 15 years old.

Debbie Charlie:

I wouldn't put I wouldn't ask them to do that. But anyway, so I'm on the radio and I said anybody need new underwear and we started making a joke of it and then I go call me if you need a pair of new underwear, I'll buy you a new pair. So my phone started ringing off the hook and at the time, like, 500 No kidding, it was a problem. So there's so many people kept calling and calling about underwear. And then also I got a call from a nursing home. She's everybody here needs new underwear, and we've got crazy. So in the middle of the show, yeah, I got a problem. I gotta buy all the people into money, like whole city. So I call up the CEO of jockey underwear. Is that true? Still? Seriously? It's true story. And I said, Listen, I got a little gender like all the ones you got, like all your underwear. Yeah. Because so he went along came on the show. Yeah. He came on the show. Yeah. And I forget who it was at the time, but he came on the show, and we actually bought underwear for an entire city.

Charlie Ponger:

Did he give you a discount? A volume discount? No,

Debbie Charlie:

I didn't get any freakin underwear myself because I'm selfless. But I got we paid for underwear for entire city when we were opening up a new department store in some city I forget. Exactly. And Jackie was involved and anybody that hold on it we just bought underwear for everybody and Jackie paid for it. Oh, no kidding when I didn't have the money to pay for underwear.

Charlie Ponger:

I thought you bought it all yourself. I was gonna be like, What?

Debbie Charlie:

No, it was very What am I doing one very cool promotion that accidentally you know, I risked it. So that's very cool. I do a lot of risky to regretted things like just risk it. Let's do it.

Charlie Ponger:

I'm actually going on a date on Saturday and I guess I probably need to buy new under

Debbie Charlie:

cheese Charlie with the first date. We need to put the underwear on table

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