Ah, yes. One of those personal question we know well here because we have to ask the patients all the time.
Fort Worth soldier's, um, boxers make him famous
By Bill Miller
Boxers or briefs?
A lot of guys consider that a personal question, but the secret has been revealed for a 19-year-old Fort Worth soldier, thanks to The New York Times, the Internet and, well, the Taliban.
Army Spec. Zachary Boyd, a 2007 graduate of Keller Central High School, was in his sleeping quarters this week when the Taliban attacked in the rugged mountains of eastern Afghanistan. Boyd rushed to a defensive position clad in his helmet, vest and boxers -- the pink ones decorated with the "I Love NY" slogan.
As luck would have it, an Associated Press photographer was working at Firebase Restrepo in the Korengal Valley of Afghanistan’s Kunar Province, where Boyd is stationed.
His boxers ended up on the front page of the Times.
His mother was surprised to see that her son was in the Times, but she was not surprised that he was wearing unusual skivvies.
"It was typical," she said. "He has always been an interesting little character."
Sheree Boyd recalled her annoyance at how her "Zacho" used to "sag" his oversized jeans to reveal the tops of his boxers.
"I was always telling him to pull up his pants," she said, chuckling. "I would give him a wedgie to make him do it. As a mom, you want your son to look nice.
"But he has always been one to run around in his boxers. He even went and played golf one time in his boxers."
Thanks to Miss Ladybug.