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Tuesday, August 31, 2010

The Cure for Camel Toe?

Posted By on Tue, Aug 31, 2010 at 2:25 PM

click to enlarge Two humps, naturally...
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Tight pants-wearing women worried about exposing the shape of your pelvic region -- which has been said to resemble the shape of a camel's toe: pay heed!

A new product cleverly dubbed "the CamelNot" has come to rescue you from the unfortunate contours of human (and

Camelidae) biology. The CamelNot camouflages "one of fashion's most embarrassing dilemmas," according to a recent press release from Braza, the creator of the heroic lightweight pad that adheres to undergarments. "CamelNot will stay secure all day while flattening out any embarrassing issues."

Of course, most camel toe-inclined women aren't likely to be seeking out this product, New York Magazine has astutely noted.

Still, Braza seems to believe that the recent popularity of tight pants and something idiotically referred to as "jeggings" call for heightened camel toe awareness. Personally, we're more interested in the male equivalent.

Certainly tight pants haven't been reserved for women, so we challenge Braza to come up with a solution to camel dick. See: David Bowie's turn in Labyrinth.

Oh wait, we forgot. Only female genitalia is embarrassing!

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