Whats the modern manly man wearing these days?

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I wear boxers. I can't stand briefs of any kind - tighty whitey or boxer briefs. My boys need room to roam!
Black briefs or black boxer-briefs. Other colours may be an option (although I don't have any in different colours) but never white. In my opinion, more comfortable, and I like the support.
That is a really good point. I cant even explain how often a friendly game of racquetball has turned into an expedition of pain thanks to a simple untimely swing.
Support is important! I had a good friend in high school twist a testicle during football practice. He did not get hit at all, it was just a conditioning day after a game. He got checked out at the local hospital and they took him by ambulance to lager hospital 35 minutes away. He had to be rushed into surgery to untwist it! The Dr. told him if he had waited another 45 minutes or so they would have had to take it!

That being said I wear boxers every day. The freedom of commando w/o the direct junk-on-jeans action.
Depends on the weather and what else I am wearing.
Boxers and boxer briefs. Commando is a bit too risky, in my opinion.
I don't want skid marks inside my jeans. Commando is OK for bicyclists using the proper bicycling shorts, but other than that, it's tacky. This is coming from a man that wants support and hates having his equipment bouncing around. Formerly "whitey tighties", now they come in dark colors (which helped me at the office one day, forgot to zip back up and nobody noticed).

This kind of discussion has cropped up before, you'll see a full range of responses. That's the long and the short of it.

Short...get it? (Crickets)
I once broke my leg. The paramedics ended up cutting off my shorts. I'm really glad I wasn't going commando.(DId i mention that this was on the side of a busy road?) I now try to avoid commando whenever possible.
I had to re-read this a couple times to figure out where the skids were going.

sorry about your friend!
Boxer briefs. The support is okay but mostly I can't stand having the boys stuck to my leg in a pair of boxers.
I currently use boxer-briefs. I wish I could find a happy medium between briefs and boxer-briefs that did not give me wedgies and yet separated the boys so they don't get stuck to my leg as the day wears on.
This is what I wear, albeit made by Hanes. The boxer briefs seemed to stretch out and be all baggy by the end of the day.

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