She could just be wearing a pair of knickers and $50,000 worth of jewelry.
Were you surprised at the response to your book on World War II, Human Smoke, which got a lot of knickers in a twist?
You also get to hear LaBeouf say, in an accent that I assume is English, “You should probably take off your knickers.”
Check out our gallery of other royal auction ephemera - including Queen Victoria's knickers!
On stage, he played monster and made small girls wet their knickers.
Yes, she told us, Claire was in the water with the others, probably among the deeper ones who were getting their knickers wet.
His knickers had dried upon him, but his coat was still very damp.
They won't let her leave the Turkey-twill knickers and the short skirt.
It was not in that pocket, nor in the one on the other side, nor in his knickers.
Then, digging deep in her knickers pocket, she dragged forth a new five dollar bill.
"short, loose-fitting undergarment," now usually for women but not originally so, 1866, shortening of knickerbockers (1859), said to be so called for their resemblance to the trousers of old-time Dutchmen in Cruikshank's illustrations for Washington Irving's "History of New York" (see knickerbocker).