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January 17, 2011

THE NEWS FROM ABROAD

This illustration file photo shows a model wearing a high-tech thermal bra. Government buildings in South Korea have to keep the office temperature below 18 degrees Celsius (64 degrees Fahrenheit) and state employees are encouraged to wear thermal underwear to battle the cold.

(Thanks to Loudmouth)

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She might not be that cold if she were wearing something over her thermal bra (which WBAGNFARB).

Titillating.

THAT'S hi tech!? Fur lined sounds more like it!

So ... where does one plug it in?

Maybe it uses those little hand-warmer packs. "Hand" warming would be a lot more fun.

I know another way to keep those babies warm: friction

Titty warmers? I prefer the manual approach.

which broad called ya?

As I mentioned waaaay back on this blog, the Vicky's Secret Miracle Bra is oil-filled and as such, retains heat quite well. It seems to somehow generate its own heat, too.

Why do they have to keep the offices so cold? Is it so women will sit around in nothing but these bras? Do any of the men wear these?

It's a perky idea.

Many years ago I attended a corporate convention. we were each issued with a survival pack which contained, amongst other things, a condom, a hangover remedy and a crocheted willy warmer in the corporate colours. I imagined a whole team of little old ladies crocheting these and wondering what they were letting themselves in for.

cindy, not gonna ask why you knew about that.

Many are cold, but few are frozen.

I'm sure these gadgets will create many fond mammaries....

Mot, was it anything like this?

Major T. J. "King" Kong: Survival kit contents check. In them you'll find: one forty-five caliber automatic; two boxes of ammunition; four days' concentrated emergency rations; one drug issue containing antibiotics, morphine, vitamin pills, pep pills, sleeping pills, tranquilizer pills; one miniature combination Russian phrase book and Bible; one hundred dollars in rubles; one hundred dollars in gold; nine packs of chewing gum; one issue of prophylactics; three lipsticks; three pair of nylon stockings. Shoot, a fella' could have a pretty good weekend in Vegas with all that stuff.

Jeff, yeah something like that. The best was when we asked the sexy Debbie (PR) who'd put the packs together how she'd gone about purchasing all the condoms. The way she tells it she went into a pharmacy and asked for 109 condoms, the pharmacist involuntarily said "f**k me" to which Debbie replied. "OK make that 110". ISIANMTU

I hope Debbie got paid well, Mot. I've crocheted a few of the items I linked to.

The cold war is still on, apparently.

If Vicky's Secret Miracle works too well, you end up with a bra-sear.

Oil-filled?

OK, Annie ... fotos please?

(And LOLLER @ Mot's Debbie story ... )

snork @ bonmot's hot flash!

One of my old girlfriends did quite well, up to a point, with a tissue-stuffed bra.
And she was definitely hot.


HoHoHo. Seems Santa has new elves already working on 2011 deliveries. Love their new uniforms.

"...the Vicky's Secret Miracle Bra is oil-filled..."

There's a good Chanukah joke in there somewhere.

My mother (God rest her soul) got into crocheting a million and five drink cozies one year. I still have a drawer full of them. I gave them out one year as Christmas gifts and not ONE man thought they were drink cozies... IYKWIM AITYD

I thought the related search results below was a caption for the photo: "South Korea advances to Asian Cup quarterfinals"

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