Monday, July 19, 2010

Brought To You By WOMAN...Wait Up!

(she was obviously just running on the beach)

As many of you know, we've been best friends since we were 12 years old and grew up hanging out at each other's houses. With too much time on our hands, we made up games and activities to keep ourselves amused weekend after weekend. One of our favorites was this game where we made up fake commercials for each other. We invented a company called 'WOMAN' and all of their products had to be feminine-centric (for your vagina!). You had to pick some random object in the room and make up a commercial on the spot. The only rules were, the commercials had to begin with jogging (we had seen way too many douche commercials with women running on the beach) and they had to end by saying "Brought to you by WOMAN...wait up!" This probably translates much better in person so if you're in the NYC-area come to our show on August 5th at Comix, and we'll do a Woman Commercial for you right then and there.

Lately, we've realized that if we had ever actually invented the products we joked about as children, we'd probably be kaphlillionaires by now because there is so much crap out there for sale. A friend of ours sent us a link to The C-String the other day and we just about lost it. It makes Mel want to gag and it makes El want to take out her credit card and make a purchase. So, we're either going to start a worldwide movement against the C-String or we're going to start selling them on our website. 

(mama, when I grow up I wanna be a model)

Would you ever wear a C-String? Would you wear it on a public beach as Swimwear (which they recommend!)? Would you attend an anti-C-String rally? Are you hoping they'll start making them in leopard print? Please let us know what you think. We want to have our fingers on the pulse you like to dress your vagina.

(a different kind of douche running on the beach)

1 comment:

Chris Ayers said...

I...have no words for the "C String." As a matter of fact, I'm extremely conflicted.

On the one hand, if worn by the approximately .001% of the people who could wear it effectively, it would make for a pleasant afternoon at the beach.

But, it would more than likely be worn by those who, to put it delicately, can't pull off the look, which would result in massive amounts of bleach being poured in my eyes to kill what I saw.