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January 28, 2009


(Via Gizmodo)


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Cool. I can wear this with the backless dress.

Are we just now getting around to the Tokyo Times? 'cause I sent these in a while back...

Someone needs to nip this fashion trend in the bud. Now.
I heard that in Georgia, they're buying these and adding them as a 3rd nipple. It's a great conversation starter. Siouxie told me.

If they lit up, I could see paying the money, butt....

Nothing wrong with a third nipple, now...

Yes, but on your elbow?

Not in this Georgia.

Put two on one side and three on the other.

. . . then go 'eyes are up HERE!' . . .

tiny falsies



Pretty close Annie

Love the Katakana. " Ni-po-ru "... Now that's funny.

Turning Japanese, I think I'm turning Japanese, I really think so...

*snork* @ Scaramanga

It's a bit nipply outside.

Are these made by the Nippon Products Company?

Annie, I wanna hang the nipple under mah truck - right next to the testicules.

Works for me. Butt first, let's go shopping for the proper accessories.

Woo hoo, my school is closing so I get to go home early!

. . then go 'eyes are up HERE!' . . .
Posted by: Mahatma Kane Jeeves | January 28, 2009 at 01:37 PM

That's what's missing. Nipple sunglasses. THEN they'd look at our eyes.

What the hell is in the water over there in Japan?


Whaddya mean, missing?

M'ville - fugu.

Silly me, Danny. I searched under 'nipple.'
(cue the cleavage jokes - *eyeroll*)

and speaking of Gizmodo...

(Hey, I have enough trouble trying to program my new glucometer...)

Is there a point to all this?


I hope you guys all have your digital converter box hooked up...


WHAT?!? Speak up, Sonny.

Oh, I don't think we need any silly box. We've kept up with all the latest advances in TV viewing.

Now, hush. My stories are coming on.

I believe there was a Robert Heinlein novel where one of the main characters made a rather large fortune by inventing a false nipple that was remotely controlled so that a woman could show "interest" by just pushing a button.

I, for one, applaud this new and revolutionary use of modern plastics technology.

I spend all this time and money trying to avoid the ole "hi beams" thing, and the Japanese are trying to emulate what comes natural ??? What is up with these people - don't their breasteses work ????

Michelle wears these.

Republicans are already calling for an investigation of "Nipplegate."

Stay tuned.

Me, too, Telecom. And I'm running out of duct tape.

So much for making eye contact.

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