Sparkle where the sun don’t shine

Ok, it has been at least a week since I have posted something inappropriate about private parts, I would say it is time for another one, wouldn’t you?

Thanks to my dear friend Jessica Gottlieb, who never fails to disappoint me by pointing out the most outrageous postings on the interweb, I have been made aware of the latest in genital fashion.

Apparently the new craze is called Vajazzling. Yep, just what it sounds like folks. Bedazzling the Hey Nanny Nanny, if you will. Those crazy folks at Swarovski have found themselves a brand new market. Looks like this will be hot with all those rhinestone cowgirls out there. (slutty much? jeez) So let me get this straight, pubic hair is out, pubic jewels are in. Oh I get it. What the hell?!

It seems this all started when Jennifer Love Hewitt mentioned doing it on the George Lopez show.

For those who want an up close and personal look at this new art, crazy Bryce over at theluxuryspot.com went and had this done… with a photographer! You have to love this woman!

What next?

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Filed under absurdities, body image, fashion, trends, women

7 responses to “Sparkle where the sun don’t shine

  1. Let me ask this: any idea of how they’re attached?

    ICK!

  2. Who wouldn’t want to get vajazzled? But the question is what are the pros and cons of giving birth before getting vajazzled. 😉 http://www.spaweekblog.com/2010/02/24/bryce-gruber-the-pros-cons-of-giving-birth-before-getting-vajazzled-with-a-camera-crew/

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  4. margi

    Yuk. I’m ALL FOR a little glitter here and there. Call me old fashioned, but I like a bod pure and natural!

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