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Her cups runneth over?

June 19, 2008

Quick quiz: you can tell if a woman has class if you offer to buy her a glass of wine and she says…

wine-3-180.jpga) Thank you, I’ll have a supple Margaux
b) Thank you, I’ll have an earthy Syrah
c) Thank you, I’ll have an overpriced Pinot Grigio
d) No thanks, hot-shot, I got me a brassiere full of cheap sweet red, right here!

Yes, female wine drinkers no longer have to bother with bottles and corks, they can just strap on this wine bra. And for guys, there is a wearable beer belly. It holds brew, and it also helps attract the kind of chicks that find a beer gut really attractive!

Of course, there may be that lingering notion that if you’re actually strapping alcohol onto your body maybe you have a little problem…

Belly/Bra Slideshow Other posts about drinks

wine-bra-360.jpgA couple poses with the wearable beer belly (Bierbauch) for men and the wearable wine bra (Getraenke-BH) for women in Ismaning, Germany, June 19, 2008. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle

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Comments

If that bra could be retrofitted to hold tasteless, bland ultra-light beer, it would be every fratboy’s dream.

I can’t say the beer belly would be anyone’s dream.

Posted by Charlene | Report as abusive
 

Well…at least it’s not liquid-holding underwear…

Posted by K | Report as abusive
 

What’s this fashion line called….”Subtle Alcoholic”?

Posted by K | Report as abusive
 

Cheap sweet red or PBR served at 98 degrees. Ummm! I love it!

Posted by David | Report as abusive
 

Alcohol… So amusing…

 

I bet someone is making a fortune off of this. Who’da thunk it.

 

Shut-up and keep sucking!

 

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