I’ll See You at the Silky Clam

24 Apr

The following product came to my attention via Twitter and I couldn’t be more grateful.

“The idea of the Va j-j Visor originated a few years ago after a night of hanging out. At one point during the evening our conversation turned to the difficulty we girls were having in being able to properly groom “down there” without getting creams, wax, or depilatories in places where we definitely DID NOT want creams, wax, or depilatories! We decided that there must be a product in the marketplace to address this sensitive issue and when we couldn’t find one, we realized we had no choice but to create it ourselves! Hey, what can we say? We take our grooming ~ and the protection of our va j-j ~ seriously!

After many trips to the craft store, hours of sanding clay in the garage, tons of research, awkward measurements, hours of conversation with gynecologists, professional designers, friends, family, and strangers … and a WHOLE lot of laughter … the Va j-j Visor was born. We settled on the name after rejecting other possibilities like The Clam Shell, The Beaver Dam, The Bonnie Bonnet, The Hoo Ha Hoodie, and The Sister Hood because we had long referred to this area of our anatomy as our Va j-j.”

The cooter cover, while innovative, is yet another attack on our economy.  When these fine people invented this product, did they stop to think of the impact it would have on those that make a living trimming … trim?  Will we now see a bailout from the Obama Administration for pink taco tamers?   I applaud the fine folks at VJJ Enterprises Inc for their creativity, but they may have single-handedly devastated the fur burger fashion industry.  It’s indeed a dark day in cookie cropping.

For more on the Vajayjay Visor see Buck Wolf’s piece


2 Responses to “I’ll See You at the Silky Clam”

  1. tosstsalad April 24, 2009 at 4:10 PM #

    Nothing’s better than an awesome clam bake.

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