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Maintain Your Post-Poo Dignity With The Comfort Wipe


So, I guess I’m one of the lucky ones who, at least for the time being, can still reach around and wipe my own butt. But this is not the case for some people, who can’t properly cleanse themselves after a nice BM without the aid of another person. That is, until the Comfort Wipe arrived! This handy “sanitary toilet paper arm and holder” makes it so you can wipe your own butt and deposit the soiled tissues into the toilet without getting your hand anywhere near your behind. And it’s not just for the overweight or physically impaired — it’s also for weirdos who don’t want their hands anywhere near dirty toilet paper. As the super posh old lady in the ad says, in her delighted voice, the Comfort Wipe “allows you to maintain your dignity.” Ahem. Keep reading »

Must Buy: Official Betty White Apparel

We’ve always had a thing for “Golden Girl” Betty White and her geriatric cheekiness. But, until now, we never had an appropriate way to express our love. Yeah, we could buy Betty’s sexy calendar, but that would just be tacked on our walls, and sorry, that just isn’t a public enough homage to Ms. White. Lucky for us, Betty herself has teamed up with Jerry Leigh to release a limited-edition line of tees and hoodies plastered with her glorious face. Part of the proceeds will go to one of White’s causes, the Morris Animal Foundation, because, let’s face it, the woman is a saint. [PR Newswire] Keep reading »

Martin Scorsese Is Directing Chanel’s New Commercial

Apparently Karl Lagerfeld‘s artsy, bizarre little romps in the land of cinema and short videos just won’t cut it when it comes to marketing Chanel‘s new Bleu de Chanel men’s fragrance. The company has enlisted the help of Oscar-winning director Martin Scorsese for that task. The commercial — we feel like we’re cheapening it by calling it that — airs in September, but we’re having fun imagining what it will look like now. Because Scorsese is known for gorgeous but rough movies, like “Gangs of New York” and “The Aviator,” we can’t imagine this Chanel commercial will be standard, pretty fare. [BellaSugar] Keep reading »

Model Tanning FAIL

At first, we kind of thought that these three lovelies were dead. Then we looked more closely at the clothes and realized that there was nary a sign of struggle or dragging in sight. All we can really take from this bizarre Marc Jacobs fall ’10 ad campaign is that they don’t realize that tanning doesn’t work when you wear a winter jacket. Silly models. [Fashion Copious] Keep reading »

Flying Pasties Protect Your Privates From Airport Security

Flying somewhere this weekend? Don’t forget your pasties! Many airports are now using full-body scanners which give bored airport security officers a lot to look at, including hidden weapons and drugs — and your naughty bits. That’s why a company called Flying Pasties is selling specially designed orange stickers for your nipples and pubic area, so that security can still do their job without being able to deduce the size of your areola or your preferred pubic hair shape. I’ve yet to fly through one of the airports with these fancy full-body scanners, but I’m not modest and would never bother to put on special pasties so that a pervy security officer couldn’t get a glimpse of my strawberry kisses. Besides, maybe showing a little nip will decrease the chance of having my lotion confiscated. [Flying Pasties via Jaunted] Keep reading »

Check Out Tiffany & Company’s Boring $4,800 Handbag

Sorry to be a downer, but we’re totally underwhelmed by Tiffany & Company’s soon-to-be-released handbags. The iconic jewelry maker is stepping into the handbag market this September with the help of the design duo formerly behind the recently-shuttered bag line Lambertson Truex. The designers, who formerly made incredibly ladylike bags, make total sense for the brand, but the prices don’t. Tiffany & Co. is, of course, an expensive brand, but while that may be understandable for their jewelry, there are plenty of bags we’d rather spend thousands of dollars on if we could! Charmed though we are by the promise of a classic Tiffany blue lining and the Holly clutch (named, we assume, after Audrey Hepburn’s character in Breakfast At Tiffany’s), the bags just don’t pack enough bang for all that buck. [The Bag Snob] Keep reading »

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