Our Sexy Attire Quiz Posted By: JB February 28, 2017 Valentines Day is coming soon. See how much you know about sexy attire with this quiz. Question #1: The term negligee is from Latin that literally means: Neglect your housework You won't be wearing this for long Prostitute uniform Night of loving Question #2: The Bikini gets its name from: Combining "bike" and "mini", as it was a practical outfit to wear for bicycling Herbert Bikini, the inventor An island used for Nuclear bomb testing A French slang word meaning "almost nothing" Question #3: A Fuck Me Pump was originally a low-cut, backless, open-toe shoe popularized by: Joan Crawford J. Edgar Hoover Marilyn Monroe Madonna Question #4: There is now clothing you can paint on. It is made from: Liquid Silk Liquid Leather Liquid Latex Liquid Polyester Question #5: The origin of the term “teddy” for a woman’s chemise top and panties come from: The presidency of Theodore Roosevelt, after the era he dominated Because a woman wearing one is cuddly as a teddy bear From the old English word "ted", meaning a flirt Any of the above might be true- historians are unsure. Question #6: This circus performer became famous in the mid 1800’s for wearing very sey attire that now bears his name that gained him an astonishing female following because it showed off his impressive endowments: Jules Leotard Carl Codpiece Roosevelt Unitard Jock Strap Question #7: Scratchy woolen underwear became popular in the 1880’s for presumed health reasons. In the 1890’s, authorities began to discourage its use, in part because: It was scratchy Of the popularity of the bicycle, which combined with the coarse underwear, created an erotic sensation for women riders It was believed to lead to bestiality, because it put the feel of sheep directly against the genitals Crotchless panties were invented Question #8: The Bustle was probably created to: Act as a form of birth control Act as a portable seat, since it was difficult to sit down in a chair in all of that clothing Protect a woman's bottom from unwanted pats and pinches Recreate the look of African slave and sideshow performer Saartjie Baartman Question #9: High heels were first popularized in ever higher versions by: King Louis XIV, who was quite short, at a time when only men wore high heels Circus stilt walkers The 1740 flood in Vechy, France, to keep women from getting their skirts wet Joan Crawford Question #10: Freud, who had some strange theories on sex, believed that men with a stocking fetish subconsciously thought of them as a woman’s: Penis Chastity Belt Sausage Casing Christmas Wrapping Congratulations! You know your erotic attire history. Sorry, but hopefully you learned a thing or two.