The Labor Day weekend included a number of great beach days one of which held quite a surprise for me and for a close friend of the family. Monday I was lying out with a girlfriend down out my regular beach which was as busy as you would expect on a Labor Day Weekend. It was on the windy side and the surf was blown out so no decent waves to ride. There was a group of girls and a guy on the side of us maybe sixty feet away that were not there before I took my nap. Like usual I was wearing one of Koala’s smallest little G-string/thong designs that proudly shows that I am completely shaved and rather small up front. I could see a number of the girls looked great and were wearing sexy little swimsuits but they were just a little too far away for me to see them clearly. I walked down to soak my feet in the water and a minute later I heard Uncle Mike? And then a beautiful girl appeared in front of me one of the group that was sitting near by. It happened to be a young lady that I have known and loved like a daughter since she was little. She stood there looking at me with a sly smile and said I had no idea you would wear a G-string to the beach. It does not happen to me often but the truth was I was not only speechless but I think I probably turned a few shades of red with embarrassment, standing in front of this lovely girl that I have known forever with me wearing next to nothing I finally pulled myself together and said this is as close to nude as I can legally get on this beach. I noticed she was not wearing much more than I was but of course being a California girl she was raised wearing very little. I know a lot of guys (some Koala customers included) are worried about a friend or family member seeing them wearing micro swimwear but like in most cases what we worry about is much worse than the actual reality. My young friend and her group of friends joined us for the rest of the afternoon. They were all twenty four and not one of them gave my little swimsuit a second look. It was as natural for them as a girl wearing one. I hope that is a sign of changes to come.