Horny Girl with G-String

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Wikipedia: Origin of G-String

The G-string or thong is probably the earliest form of clothing known to mankind; having originated in the warmer climates of sub-Saharan Africa where clothing was first worn nearly 75,000 years ago. This must be an African Rhino. Many tribal peoples, such as some of the Khoisan people of southern Africa, wore thongs for many centuries. These early garments were made with the male genitalia in mind. Those tall savannah grasses were likely pretty ticklish.-
Although developed for the male anatomy by primitive peoples, in the modern West thongs are more often worn by females. They first gained mainstream popularity as swimwear in South America, particularly in Brazil in the 1970s. In Brazil, where the buttocks (“bunda” in Brazilian Portuguese slang) are especially admired and emphasized; and where the wedgie isn’t given much credence, it was originally a style of swimsuit whose derriarea became so narrow, it would disappear between the wearer’s buttocks. Female strippers and erotic dancers in the west have been wearing G-strings and thongs during their routines since the mid-1920s.

Etymology

The origin of the term “G-string” is obscure. The term is first attested in writings by Americans in the late 1800s describing the loincloth of Philippine natives. In the “Philippine Islands” entry in the 1911 edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica, the term “geestring” is used. Others say the term is derived from the G-string on a musical instrument. (see Bach’s ‘Air on a G String‘) The origin of the word “thong” is from the Old English thwong, a flexible leather cord. Put on your thwong and come wavage me, you thexy thtud.

Today, there are a number of intermediate styles between full rear coverage and a string rear. They include the rio, tanga, thong, string thong, g-thong and microkini. (additional styles known as the edible, the silly string, the dental floss and the iThong are now in stock) A style that has a narrow band of fabric in the rear that just covers the cleft in the buttocks is often called a “Brazilian” rear, because it is often seen or not seen at Brazilian Carnival.

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23 thoughts on “Horny Girl with G-String

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  2. I enjoyed the observation that this garment was designed with the male genitalia in mind. Sometimes it seems that everything in the world was thus designed . . . inappropriately, of course.

  3. It was decided by the warped poetry foundation, that this picture made excellent inspiration fodder for haiku.

    Here’s my extremely awkward first attempt.

    Hyenas titter
    as you pass. swinging that la-
    cy rhino’s ass. (ass.)

  4. Rhinoceros ass
    The latest African trend.
    “This make me look fat?”

    A Rhinoceros, in g-stringed grandeur,
    Once paraded the wallow du jur.
    Said her sisters of that:
    “You won’t catch me in that!”
    “She’s just trying to catch a voyeur!”

  5. Thank you for this enlightening information, being too lazy to search for it myself.

    I am of the belief that the Chinese invented the G-string. After living here any length of time you realize that the Chinese invented everything. Being modest, they exported the invention to Africa during Admiral Zheng He’s expedition in 1405.

    I have problems believing anything from Wikipedia. Their entry on Steve Guttenberg says he is alive and pursuing his acting career.

  6. I’ve always called those things “anal floss”. Maybe I should repost the post I wrote on your topic some ages past. It almost suits my lazy mood except that I’m not feeling lazy now. I got some things done today.

  7. Bongo,

    Stole your “anal floss”. Changed it to “butt-floss”. Used it in a poem at Weasel’s. Didn’t think to credit you. Apologies. Will correct.

  8. I wonder ’bout rhinos’ g-strings
    Just who was it – thought of these things?
    A pervert, a lout
    He’s quite mental, no doubt
    Bet he’s pleased his perversion took wing.

    …And when dressing a rhino in ‘floss
    It’s important to make sure you’re boss.
    If you aren’t – and she wallows –
    You’re body will follow
    And you’ll pay out the ultimate cost.

  9. steamboat: I don’t think I was the first to think of the term. davidrochester may remember who coined it. I might be able to look up who introduced it to me.

  10. Once I had pondered that picture it occurred to me that in the animal kingdom a g-string is much like a chastity belt. The lack of opposing thumbs, hell the lack of hands altogether would make this quite distressing for a male Rhino. So in the Rhino world a male seeing this would be discouraged and anything but turned on.

  11. ombudsben- I donno, but I bet people would call her. ;)

    bibliomom- You’re funny. I never thought of it that way. I hope PETA doesn’t nail this site for promoting the extreme distress of endangered male rhinos.

  12. Bongo –

    Well, I’m giving you credit anyway. If someone else disputes it – send ’em to me.

    It’s a mighty term, for sure. Evocative!

  13. How completely reasonable and kind of you steamboat.

    I have observed that you haven’t filled in any website/contact information that I can use to figure out where you have put stuff that I can look at to marvel at your wondrous coolness and kindness elsewhere.

    I’d have to say that the lack of such stuff is certainly not great blogwhoring practice though perhaps it is tasteful and sensible in that it won’t attract icky freaks.

  14. Someone followed a link from here to me today.

    I find that to be a bit curious and amusing.

    I don’t seem to be participating in your open thread. But, this could be an open thread too. And, I’m betting that it is one of your most read posts so it would really be a public open thread. Freaks would be reading it. Isn’t that a thrilling thought?

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  18. Hmm.!.. it is a post I’m willing to take a bullet for. Undoubtedly hits the mark. I have some minor concerns but I don’t want to begin a long post and someone could possibly flame me. Just wish to keep this blog civil and clean. Wouldn’t like any hatemail would i? lol Keep it up!

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