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The Burden of Bounty

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As the silver-tongued charmer Robin Williams so memorably put it, pregnant women get a visit from the Titty Fairy; as he did not mention, this can cause some difficulty in the Supportive Undergarmenture Department. Here, new mother Camilla Alves shows a creative solution to the problem of propagating pulchritude: supportive webbing criss-crossing the Ladies like an underwire made of veterinary-strength lead rope. Lifts, Separates, and, in a pinch, can be used as emergency bungee lines.

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2 Responses to “The Burden of Bounty”

  1. Obi-Wandreas January 31, 2010 at 8:42 am #

    The problem with supportive undergarments is one of physics. The weight cannot be eliminated, and must therefore be redirected, causing stress to another part of the body; the issue is distributing this stress so that it is not too concentrated on one particular area. A true solution will probably require some sort of anti-gravity device. It would, of course, have to be properly calibrated – one could only imagine the ridiculous results of turning such a device up too high.

    Come to think of it, there are few problems with women’s clothing and fashion that are not, at their hearts, engineering problems.

  2. raincoaster January 31, 2010 at 10:24 am #

    Indeed it is so. Remember Barbara Bel Geddes’ character in Vertigo? She was collaborating with an engineer to build a new bra based on cantileverage. I wish they’d get that thing working ASAP!