Skepchick Quickies – Weekend Edition, 5.17
- The future is now: solar-powered bras. All you have to do is wear your bra on the outside of your top … or not wear a top, I guess.
- A female politician in Ecuador has proposed a law that would make woman’s sexual happiness a protected right. I’d like to know how she intends to enforce it.
- Here’s a Time article on Scientology.
- Stuff God Hates.
A solar-powered bra would work great for me. It could absorb the heavenly light that emanates from my boobs at all times.
Here’s a fun one. Tapping plastic dolls with a mallet to cure cancer.
Now we just need a developer of solar-powered panties…
Doesn’t that light keep you up at night?
S’cuse me, Beccs, but– technically speaking– would a solar powered bra work with heavenly (i.e. supernatural) light…?
Further reaserch is required. I recommend me; Dr. Chad Feelgood.
Damn this lack of editry!
I got reading through the Stuff God Hates blog, and I had to quit because I was so embarrassed that I recognized the picture on “Dancing” from the movie “Save the Last Dance” before I read the list of movies next to it. How mortifying …
This bra/cup-holder thing concerns me, though. If I put a diet Coke on the front of each of these babies I won’t be able to see where I’m going. :O
“A solar-powered bra would work great for me. It could absorb the heavenly light that emanates from my boobs at all times.”
I’d demand that you show us a picture evidencing this extraordinary claim, but I suppose the film would be – wait for it – overexposed.
Thus the shower curtain in your calendar shot?
Psychic prediction of the day: Time Magazine will be sued by the
ChurchCult of Scientology.
“A female politician in Ecuador has proposed a law that would make womanâ€™s sexual happiness a protected right. Iâ€™d like to know how she intends to enforce it.”
If she is an economic conservative, then she will probably rely on Adam Smith’s “invisible hand”.
I fully support the wearing of solar powered bras by women as long as they don’t muffin top.
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