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DIY Power Vest

Use an everyday pillow case to make an attractive vest.
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The pillow case vest can be made at home with a pair of scissors. The attractiveness of the pillow case vest is based on a nightly reinforced unconscious love for pillow. The consumer product are the transformable pillow cases made for both men and women who desire the attractive power of pillow. Sales should increase as the vests are torn from the wearers' bodies in frenzy.
rcarty, Dec 11 2014

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       Thought it wwould be this:   

       DIY Power vest:   

       Cunningly hidden in the seams, collar and other cunning places in this sturdy all season vest are rechargeable batteries that power your drill, saw and other DIY electric tools.   

       Lastst longer then just the batterie the tool came with.
zeno, Dec 11 2014
  

       I like the marketing scheme.
bungston, Dec 11 2014
  

       //I like the use of "pillow" as a verb - not many people would have thought of that. — MaxwellBuchanan, Dec 11 2014 [delete]//   

       No more messages to me thanks.
rcarty, Dec 12 2014
  

       They're more for the others.
MaxwellBuchanan, Dec 12 2014
  

       Then don't direct them to me and just imply they are about me using mutually understoods. That's how I'm used to listening to communications. Imply implicate him!!!
rcarty, Dec 15 2014
  

       Well, that's me told, then.
MaxwellBuchanan, Dec 15 2014
  

       Remember fighting at the center of the world and shit that was good times. then remember some peripheral stuff happened, to try to take center again?
rcarty, Dec 15 2014
  

       Sp.: centre. Do try.
MaxwellBuchanan, Dec 15 2014
  

       //use of "pillow" as a verb //   

       Actually, as far as I'm aware (and, I should be clear, I'm not exactly well informed here) "pillow" or "pillowing" is actually used as a verb in some cultures as a polite way of saying "have sex". As in "they pillowed" etc.   

       Certainly that's been the vernacular in at least one novel I have read. Although I can't remember if it was of the James Clavell variety, or somehting rather more low brow.   

       [rcarty] - I'm gunna stop trying to interpret. You stay golden.
Custardguts, Dec 16 2014
  

       Lightly toasted.
rcarty, Dec 17 2014
  

       Best served with jam.
LimpNotes, Dec 17 2014
  
      
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