Interview with Melliebee
How long have you been selling your used panties and what inspired you to begin?

Only a few months! I was in the bdsm lifestyle years ago and took a long break. I felt I needed a little kink in my life and was searching for something to fill this void I had. I’ve always been curious about panty selling and didn’t know where to start, but eventually I’ve stumbled upon SP and sold my first pair to a wonderful buyer I still work with to this day and got hooked! So now I’m fulfilling this void I’ve had and meeting wonderful people from all walks of life.

Have you ever done anything sexy outdoors?

Oh my! Mostly when I was younger 😂 Had sex in a hot tub, on the beach, in the car… in a church garden…, 😂😂

What was your first impression of the used panties world?

Honestly, I was always curious and wanted to try it. I really didn’t know where to start, and I hate admitting this but I saw some TikToks about it and saw that I could do this!

Who is your ideal buyer?

Someone with a sense of humor and likes to chat! Most of my buyers are people I talk with on a regular basis. I focus on longevity and building a working relationship while having fun!

After getting started selling, at what point did you decide that you were going to 'give it a real go' in the panty industry?

I think my second full month I started getting more success, and I’ve met some wonderful sellers and buyers who supported me and guided me as a newbie.

What do you like to do in your free time?

I work a lot but I am a milf, and I take my spawn to theme parks, the beach, museums… I’m also a classically trained musician so I play my instruments as a means of destressing.

If you could have only 3 material things on a deserted island, what would you choose?

Adult toys My phone Hmmmm alcohol? Lol

Have you ever thought of quitting panty world, and if so, what kept you going or revived your verve?

At one point yes, I’ve had a couple bad experiences on here with time wasters, and lowballers. But the friends I’ve made made has gotten me through that low point.

What’s the first piece of advice you would give to a new seller on day one?

Do your research to keep yourself safe. Don’t be afraid to ask another seller a question. Read through the profiles thoroughly, and read all reviews, not just the first page. It’s important to see the good and the bad (if there are bad experiences with a seller or buyer) And it’s ok to refuse service to people you aren’t comfortable working with.

Anything on your mind that you'd like to express that wasn't addressed in the interview?

Honestly no, not at this time. ❤️