Saturday, April 5, 2014

Making a Splash

I was absolutely thrilled when I discovered the Shiridashi Butt Reveal Underwear on the Japan Trend Shop Web site.  

Because I have the perfect venue to model Butt Reveal Underwear: the 2014 Color the Arts Fundraiser.  Everyone who is anyone will be there.  I can snob-nob with the rich and famous in Columbia, duping them into believing  that my pants have been ripped and my cheeks are on display for all the world to see.  And that I am too obtuse - or drunk - to notice.  

Last year I wore my home-made neck tie dress to the event and it was a huge hit.  

I will make an even bigger splash this year modelling my Butt Reveal Underwear!

But the Butt Reveal Underwear is a bit pricy ($60 plus shipping and handling).  Way out of my blog budget.   Ordinarily, this is not a problem for me, considering my plethora of creative genius.

I'm embarrassed to admit that,  despite my God given talents, I was unable to replicate the product. 

My Butt Reveal Underwear looked fake.

Truth be told, my Nerdling Butt Reveal Underwear looked like a pair of panties sitting on top of a pair of shorts.

I felt like a failure.  

Maybe it was time to hang up my pen.  Stop blogging.  I mean, if I can't even create a stinkin' pair of Butt Reveal Underwear, what good am I?

Then I noticed a Facebook message from my friend Chris. It was serendipitous. 

"When I see weird products, I think of you?   Is that disturbing?"

No, Chris.  It is sweet.  Because you know what?  Chris' blog topic suggestion was exactly what I needed.   Chris introduced me to the Butt Towel.

By the way: the Butt Towel was way easier to make than Butt Reveal Underwear.   

And you know what?  I will make even more of a splash wearing my Nedling Butt Towel to the Color the Arts Fundraiser this year!  

No pun intended.

1 comment:

  1. A drag Queen contestant at Trustus' Vista Queen contest wore a breast-reveal garment.