Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Nice bag!



If the picture above was enough to catch your attention, make you want to finally post comments here, compel you to add this blog to your links list, inspire you to rummage through my archives because of your newfound love for this site, but most of all, to click on the shameless sellout AdSense links all over this page, then read no further; let the picture speak for itself.


But if you're that kind of discerning reader who wants to know the story behind the photo, the kind of person who enjoys reading FHM and not just gawk at the purrrty pictures, a human being who doesn't just fuck but rather, someone who "makes love," then read on.


This, ladies and gentlemen, is a Shopping Bag Bra. And yes, the chick above is shopping for veggies and French bread—in red lingerie. And you're so right; those crazy Japs are at it again. It's supposed to be for a good cause, though: "Each year, Japanese shoppers receive an estimated 30 billion plastic shopping bags, which, in terms of the oil resources needed to produce them, amounts to two giant tankers full of oil (millions of barrels). About 30% of these bags are thrown away without being reused, and since the consumption of plastic shopping bags contributes to environmental problems such as increased energy usage, trash buildup, and global warming due to CO2 released in the garbage incineration process, there are urgent calls to reduce their usage."


Think turning your hooded jacket into a bag or something to that effect. "When the bra is being worn, the 'shopping bag' portions are folded away inside the bra cups, where they serve as extra padding." So, if you see a Japanese chick in the mall with smaller norks (even if she can well afford a Wonderbra), you can be sure that she's just doing what she can to save the earth. Captain Planet will so have a hard-on.


The bra, which comes in red, blue, green, yellow and pink, is made from this thing called polyester fiber, which has been recycled from plastic bottles. Such a kinky thought, drinking C2 and imagining them plastic containers one day landing on someone's gazongas.

7 comments:

Jerome said...

I'd like to comment, but I'm afraid you'll diss me. :)

JaN said...

Who cares about the bag...who's the babe? Hehhee. That was the real me talking. This is the "tupperware" me verbalizing a socially apt statement: The Japanese are once again in the forefront of innovation that merges fashion and environmental awareness. May they live long and prosper :-)

Miss Diss Anything said...

jan: what?! but i'm so nice!

jan: kampai to that! bring on the sushi and sake!

mr pogi said...

damn! i was in tokyo for years but never got the chance to shop along with those women. i know there's a reason for me to go back there. ;-)

cheers!

steel said...

I hope they come up with shopping bag panties in the future. I'd love to see pantyless lady shoppers someday.

ade said...

Now I know what to give to my girlfriend! Thanks, Miss Diss!

Miss Diss Anything said...

steel: haha fucking crazy

ade: well, steel does have the better idea, though...