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We've seen the bacon bra, the beef jerky brief, and now food that meets fashion is going mainstream with a customizable, sizzling slip on from a popular shoe company. Keep on reading to find out where and how you can get your feet into these meaty shoes!
Generally when you talk about people wearing their food, it's snidely after a meal that results in remnants being visible that were not appropriately devoured. However, with the delicious food fashion designs by Joy Campia, it's food that's good enough to wear, in a good way.
The best clothing for alcoholics and liquor lovers are those that allow them to drink discreetly, those that allow them to be loud and proud in their drinking, and those that are classy and understated. In honor of all of you liquor lovers and alcoholics who are in seek of accessories to help you support your habit or pronounce your love, here are the top alcoholic clothing and accessories.
Have you ever neutered your male dog only to think, I wonder how that blatant physical change is affecting him psychologically? No? Me either, at least not for more than a second. But it seems, that there is someone out there who has put some serious thought into the psychological and physical affects that neutering can have upon a male dog, and they've come up with a very specific kind of prosthetic.
Pam Hogg and Vivienne Westwood have been known for the punk and bondage-style fashions, and they've both recently revealed their latest trends in their fall runway shows. The unique trend certainly won't provide much comfort for the cool climates in fall, but it is a hot look that will serve multiple purposes.
I've made fun of men before for their issues with underwear (let's just put that right out there), and now there is yet another product that is deserving of our attention and mocking.
It's beach season across North America, and while men and women are out there flaunting the beach bodies and catching a few rays, men are forever worrying about that decade old problem which hasn't left their minds since George Costanza swam in freezing cold water on that epic episode of Seinfeld.