the art of freeballing is practiced by some men by not wearing underwear under their pants and commonly reffered to as going camando.

Monday, December 29, 2014

200 days done

well it has been 200 days of freeballing. The best part of it so far is that no one knows that I have no underwear on. I have freeballed in many different types of pants from cargo shorts to sweatpants to jeans to trackpants. Each one having a different experience to go with it. I have to say the most interesting thing I did was freeballing to church in sweatpants on Christmas Eve. From the beginning of my freeballing experience I had a hard time making up my mind weither or not to freeball to church. but soon realized that it didn't matter. During the service I felt so weird because mostly growing up I always dressed nicely for church and this time I was in a sweatshirt and sweatpants freeballing. I felt like I was half naked in church but I got through it. I will say I most likely will not be doing that again anytime soon. The only thing that has got me into it was that it was different and I didn't like underwear very much and the kinds that I liked where not cheap. 
With New Years coming up I would like to set a New Years resolution of something to do with freeballing. The only thing I can come up with is to freeball the whole year but seeing that I already made it over 200 days it doesn't seem like a challenge for me. 
I got an idea being that I still have all of my underwear and hopefully by the end of the year I will be living on my own. I could make the resolution of getting rid of all my underwear. the reasons why I haven't done it yet is that I still live with family and we do all of the laundry together and I don't want to tell them yet and the other reason I haven't yet is that I bought them all myself and paid a lot of money for them. 


  1. When I lived with my parents, I decided to freeball full time, I threw out all my underwear and told my parents and family I was not wearing underwear any more. They were not concerned about my decision. I think we make bigger issues about thingI in our heads and imagine the worst possible outcomes. My advice is just do it and everyone around you will accept your choice. I am 100% open to everyone about being a full time Freeballer and everyone accepts me and my decision.

    1. I know that I could just come out and tell them that I no longer wear underwear but I rather not right now. once I get my own place I will tell them but for now my way is working just fine.

  2. It sounds like you're new to going au natural and feeling kind like you're doing something taboo or even "dirty." You're not.

    "Going commando" is really just a comfort preference. Some like the extra hold of briefs or boxer-briefs. Some like the freedom but extra layer of boxers.

    Almost no one can ever tell you are going commando--unless you're TRYING to make it known! (Or, your unit is somehow extraordinary!)

    I've gone commando for years now and it’s just no big deal; I probably needed to wash my boxers that first time! ;-)

    Now, sometimes I wear boxers, but usually not. Jeans, cargo shorts, athletic shorts, dress pants, it is what it is. My dress pants are thick enough, but I tend to wear boxers with my suit pants and ALWAYS with tux pants (evening wear is generally very thin so as not to get too hot) just as a personal comfort thing.

    And God really doesn't care if you're wearing underwear or not; some of the Faithful are too poor to afford underwear. But, yeah, I'd throw on a pair of decent jeans and a dress shirt for church not out of obligation, but more as a sign of respect to those around you (and maybe God); it's an etiquette thing.

    Enjoy the freedom, bro'!

  3. Oh, and bro', yeah, I get the "Telling the 'Rents" thing. My mom wouldn't let me go without a shirt--not EVEN to bed! The moment I went off to college, I switched from tighty whities to boxers (and usually walked around my frat in ONLY my boxers). That's when I started going commando with jeans and athletic shorts and just kept going!

    1. that is the same time I switched to boxers. I loved it.