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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.
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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.
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go commando

wear no underpants. informal
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go comˈmando

(informal, humorous) not wear underwear under your clothes
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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.
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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.