"Low Beams" nipple concealers

"Low Beams" nipple concealers

Nat
Joined: January 1st, 1970, 12:00 am

September 16th, 2005, 12:00 am #1

I ran across this website that sells something called "Low Beams" nipple concealer adheasives.

http://www.commandointimates.com/lowbeams-home.html
http://www.commandointimates.com/lowbea ... tions.html

They seem to be a cure for a "problem" that isn't really a problem.
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frank
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September 16th, 2005, 1:01 am #2

Celebrity Sleuth has pictures of punk rocker Wendy O. Williams performing topless, but with black electrical tape on her nipples. In Cleveland, she used Foamy aerosol shaving cream.
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Joined: February 23rd, 2005, 12:16 am

September 16th, 2005, 2:11 am #3

I ran across this website that sells something called "Low Beams" nipple concealer adheasives.

http://www.commandointimates.com/lowbeams-home.html
http://www.commandointimates.com/lowbea ... tions.html

They seem to be a cure for a "problem" that isn't really a problem.
Just when you think all the stupid useless money waisting products had already hit the market. I knew a woman who once usde band aids to hide her nipples. Turned out she was more embarrased by the comments about her attempt to conceal them.

Unfortunatly women will buy these
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Nat
Joined: January 1st, 1970, 12:00 am

September 16th, 2005, 2:34 am #4

I ran across this website that sells something called "Low Beams" nipple concealer adheasives.

http://www.commandointimates.com/lowbeams-home.html
http://www.commandointimates.com/lowbea ... tions.html

They seem to be a cure for a "problem" that isn't really a problem.


http://www.bodyperks.com/index-product.html

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Joined: September 20th, 2003, 4:27 pm

September 16th, 2005, 7:08 pm #5

I ran across this website that sells something called "Low Beams" nipple concealer adheasives.

http://www.commandointimates.com/lowbeams-home.html
http://www.commandointimates.com/lowbea ... tions.html

They seem to be a cure for a "problem" that isn't really a problem.
Have y'all seen the new commercial for a VW with those fancy headlights that turn with the steering? It has a cyclist out on the road who has lost track of the time, I guess, loses the daylight, and his batteries go dead in his headlight. A car comes up behind and he signals it to pass him, but the driver stays behind to give him light all the way back into town on the curvy road. It is very cool!
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Boreas
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September 16th, 2005, 8:01 pm #6

I haven't seen that but I have heard of it. What a cool concept!

The RCMP in Whitehorse, Yukon have a VW bug that has blinking eye headlights. They use it for the school education programs. Very cute indeed.

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Nat
Joined: January 1st, 1970, 12:00 am

September 16th, 2005, 8:58 pm #7

Have y'all seen the new commercial for a VW with those fancy headlights that turn with the steering? It has a cyclist out on the road who has lost track of the time, I guess, loses the daylight, and his batteries go dead in his headlight. A car comes up behind and he signals it to pass him, but the driver stays behind to give him light all the way back into town on the curvy road. It is very cool!
Gosh the "Tucker" had turning headlights back in 1948!
It was car way ahead of it's time in many ways but so expensive that people couldn't afford it.
I think several European cars have this over the years too.
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Joined: September 20th, 2003, 4:27 pm

September 17th, 2005, 1:38 pm #8

Yeah, Peter and I were talking about that as we saw the ad. I think he said something about a Hudson having them in the thirties? But I don't remember. I was blown away by the spirit of the commercial more then the headlights. But I live way back on a very curvy road, and headlights like that might be neat.
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frank
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September 17th, 2005, 6:36 pm #9

I learned in the ad biz early, that once an idea has faded away, after the novelty has worn off, the challenges arise to find a way to revive it with a different spin. It was either that. or trot out the old one, saying: Back by popular demand.
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