Fundoshi 4 All has been an active site just a little over two years! During that time we've met lots of new friends and fellow fundoshi-enthusiasts, and traveled through all sorts of clean, questionable, naughty, and downright dirty aspects of fundoshi culture. If you're at a loss for what to give anyone this year -- even if it's just for a stocking stuffer -- consider giving the gift of fundoshi. Truly a gift that keeps on giving. It's a simple and affordable thing to make even if you don't have a crafty bone in your body... just pick up three yards of a thin, soft fabric from the fabric store and tear it lengthwise into strips that are about a foot wide. Done! These fundoshis could be included with other presents, rolled up and tied with string for party favors, or even be the wrapping themself! If you don't celebrate the holidays, it can just be a thoughtful inexpensive "thinking of you (in a snug loincloth!)" token, or just a gift you give yourself. For 20 bucks or so you can outfit yourself with a whole new fundoshi wardrobe.
I know I've recommended it before, here's a great fabric to make a fundoshi from: http://www.fabric.com/creativity-headquarters-free-pattern-downloads-tropicana-maxi-skirt-pattern-gauze-fabric-island-breeze-gauze-fabric.aspx
If the recipient needs some pointers on how to tie a fundoshi, you could show them how! Or point them to the clean, safe tutorial at fundoshiphile.blogspot.com. While you're at it, share the FundoshiPhile site with your friends, contacts, followers on twitter, or facebook friends. Everyone enjoys learning about fundoshi!
Thank you, everyone, for making this site so much fun and for being fearless fundoshi wearers/warriors! It's great to get to know you, and see you wrapped up tight in your fundoshi.
And now, pictures!