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You got any plum sauce in that bra?

November 8, 2007

chopsticks-280.jpgThere is a lingerie brand, see, and  when they want to promote a cause they make a clever bra, put it on a model and call in the media. Some dimwit will then give free publicity to their shopping bag bra or get-out-the-vote bra. Oh, right, all those were in  my blog.

Anyway, their latest is a bra with its own set of chopsticks, to help save the trees being wasted on the ones we toss away. 

This is not a great idea, since a) guys eat more than chicks do and guys don’t wear bras, and b) if you stick used chopsticks back in your bra it will be dirty and you’ll use natural resources to wash it, and c) the bra cups look like food, and that won’t catch on. So, I’m limiting free publicity to just a storyslideshow and  video report.  Nobody gets a free ride here.

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Posted by Lady Weasel | Report as abusive
 

I’ve heard of stuffing a bra with tissue, but this is ridiculous!

Posted by Charlene | Report as abusive
 

Do not use the chopsticks if you have implants. No one wants a bowl of silicone…or saline.

Posted by K | Report as abusive
 

May I have a fork please?

 

Lipton Cup-a-Soup has got to step up their game.

Posted by Shawn Hendricks | Report as abusive
 

As a matter of fact, I do collect lacquer ware.

Posted by Shawn Hendricks | Report as abusive
 

They’re bamboo, aren’t they? It’s grass! What’s the big hoo-hah?

Posted by Shawn Hendricks | Report as abusive
 

I’m open minded but this is a lil retarded lol. Japan does stuff like this all the time. This, believe it or not, might be a big hit in japan. I personally don’t get how this helps reduce chop stick over use????

Posted by Jennie | Report as abusive
 

Ahh my favorite Chinese dish sweet and sour chicken fillets!

Posted by Hunter | Report as abusive
 

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