Modeled by Mitt and Anne Romney here, Mormon underwear, or "garmies" as they're referred to by cult members, are designed to serve as a reminder of special promises made to their God. Given that Utah is the state with the highest online porn use in the country (and probably the least sex between married couples), I would have to say that perhaps they need a much better reminder. Maybe post it notes or writing stuff on their hands.
Can you image coming across a Mormon at McDonalds with "Do not wack off to pictures of Elle Liberachi!," in big letters on his hand?
According to Mormons, mocking the Mormon garment is a very offensive form of hate-speech. According to ex-Mormons, mocking the Mormon garment is more like therapy-speech. As far as I'm concerned, it's pointing-out-how-wacked-the-self-righteous-moralizers-are speech.
Some comments about "garmies" from across the country:
Gary: "I have had people look at me in an odd manner when they can tell I'm not wearing garments."
Helen: "When I stopped wearing garments, but was still going to Church, I always made sure I wore something that would not even give a hint I may not be wearing my garments for that would have ended in a call to the Bishop's office."
The Lyoness: There are garment lines, and then there are “normal people” underwear lines. If I had stopped wearing my garments without telling my coworkers first, they would have noticed anyway.
Though I totally and completely respect the Mormon faith, I simply must point out (that it's a freakish cult with a fucked up sense of reality) this rather odd custom. That is all. Complaints can be submitted in the comment field. ta-ta.