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go commando

slang To not wear underwear. Dude, I don't have any clean underwear so I'm going commando today.

go commando

INFORMAL
If someone goes commando, they do not wear any underwear under clothes. Because I've got to change quickly I'll be going commando.

go commando

wear no underpants. informal

go comˈmando

(informal, humorous) not wear underwear under your clothes

go commando

and go freeball(ing)
in. [for a male] to go about not wearing underpants. (The same as freeball.) Bobby is always going commando. Even when it’s cold.

go commando

Slang
To wear clothing without wearing undergarments, especially underpants.
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If you're comfortable going commando, it's your business.
The 25-year-old mum of two was snapped going commando by photographers while out on the town in mini-skirts with new best friend Paris Hilton after splitting from hubby Kevin Federline.
We hope he wasn't taking up the local tradition of wearing kilts and going commando.
A GOING commando is a s a personal choice and - although it sounds to me as if your girl is a bit (and then some) of an exhibitionist - you can't force her to wear knickers.
As you rightly say, going commando is your choice and I doubt any woman would find it particularly shocking, far less perverted.
As for going commando - when respectable old birds such as Jennie Bond do it, I don't think you need get your own knickers in a twist over it.
Whatever they call it, it is inferior to their other offering, Going Commando, in every aspect except multi-player - mainly because Going Commando didn't have one.
He said: 'Because I'm a real Scot, I was going commando.
The colour works a treat, but 'Chell love, it's really no weather to be going commando.
A:I DON'T have an opinion on pyjamas or going commando, for that matter.