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Magnetic G-Strings

For Strippers Everywhere
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Don't ask me why, but it occurs to me if Strippers wore my Magnetic G-Strings, and did a pole dance, they would barely have to exert any effort and they could dance longer, with less energy necessary.

I'm always thinking of ways to ease the life of the stripper. Always.

blissmiss, Jun 25 2014

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       (+)Those would be some impressively strong magnets! The title had me thinking the magnets were for holding on the little eye patches. Like insertable magnets attracting metallic threads in the cloth.
cudgel, Jun 25 2014
  

       Excellent, [Bliss]! In fact, if all underpants were magnetic, it would eliminate the need for seat belts in cars... or something [+]
Grogster, Jun 25 2014
  

       You might want the pole dancer poles to be made of a nonmagnetic material, lest the G-Strings come off unexpectedly early in the show, magnetically attached to the pole.
Vernon, Jun 25 2014
  

       Coupled with some kind of money that's magnetic, you could be onto a winner...
not_morrison_rm, Jun 25 2014
  

       Would these dancers be levitated by their Gstrings? Sounds like Magnetic Wedgie Fever! And there may be a place for that. +
bungston, Jun 25 2014
  

       If the G strings were held on magnetically, somebody controlling electromagnets from off stage could add an interesting dynamic to the show.
DIYMatt, Jun 25 2014
  

       bit worried that the pole would strip the dancer! oops.
po, Jun 25 2014
  

       Bit worried that it wouldn't.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jun 25 2014
  

       // I'm always thinking of ways to ease the life of the stripper. Always. //   

       <Realises with some relief that collecting edged weapons and dressing in black a lot is, by some measures, remarkably mainstream>
8th of 7, Jun 25 2014
  

       <Imagines the strippers getting irretractably stuck to each other in the dressing room. The manager bursts in, and seeing the situation, vents something about how the show must go on. Break to the massive writhing amalgamation of strippers performing on stage. Satisfied manager turns to the bartender "You know, with a little bit of wiring, we could run the lights off them."> [+]
LimpNotes, Jun 25 2014
  

       Stripper pileups, had not thought of that. Could be a kind of kinky show for the VIP Room. Market it. Let's do it. Someone out there will pay to see it, I have no doubt. And handsomely as well.
blissmiss, Jun 26 2014
  

       [+] Leaving the Magno-Strip Club, women are stuck to lampposts along the entire street!
xandram, Jun 26 2014
  

       //Market it.// Ack! Can't I just work on the proof-of-concept?
LimpNotes, Jun 26 2014
  

       Saaay, she's attractive.
AusCan531, Jun 26 2014
  

       Heh
blissmiss, Jun 27 2014
  

       I foresee a problem, punters bringing there own industrial strength magnets & stripping the strippers prematurely.   

       Then running away with the cash loaded G-strings.
Skewed, Jun 27 2014
  

       Doormen would check for magnets, instead of guns, at the door, you silly.
blissmiss, Jun 27 2014
  

       Doormen are rarely particularly good at (that part of) their job, I regularly used to get into my regular club with half a bottle of sherry & 2 quarters of vodka.   

       <To doorman: as you leave with a freshly purchased Grolsch>, 'Left my fags in the car, ok if I just go get them?', <Return, puffing away on the explanatory cig: having swiftly downed the Grolsch, refilled bottle from bottle of sherry in car & slipped a quarter of vodka down the inside of each cowboy boot>.   

       Of course the first few times I did this I took nothing back in with me, & pretended to be gay (with an appreciative little wriggle as they pat searched me), after that they weren't nearly so thorough in their searches ;)   

       So, I think you may still have a problem ;p
Skewed, Jun 27 2014
  

       A magnetic field producing door frame should do the job.
normzone, Jun 27 2014
  

       A disassembled (or simply switched off) electromagnet carried in & reassembled in the loo should defeat that.
Skewed, Jun 27 2014
  

       A big sign saying "NO magnets allowed, or you'll be barred from this bar forever!!!". That should do the trick then!
blissmiss, Jun 27 2014
  

       Spoilsport ;p   

       Though any G-string thief is probably taking that for granted before embarking on the crime.
Skewed, Jun 27 2014
  

       //& pretended to be gay   

       Oddly enough I'd just got to the point in an Asimov story where "....Evans put in, "We will be as long as we concentrate on that petroleum jelly...."
not_morrison_rm, Jun 29 2014
  

       Ewww, you've darkened my beautiful idea, [not_morrison_rm]. Get your greasy hands off it.
blissmiss, Jun 29 2014
  

       Apologies, but I blame Asimov, "Lucky Starr and the Big Sun of Mercury" to be precise.   

       As recompense, presumably the magnetic g-strings (sans ladies) could be deployed to set off magnetic mines in cases of naval warfare. Not to mention tinfoil g-string chaff to distract enemy missiles and gunners...
not_morrison_rm, Jun 29 2014
  

       Or, magnetic G-strings (sans ladies) deployed to set of mines / ladies (sans G-strings) deployed to distract enemy gunners?   

       //Oddly enough.....//   

       Put an entirely different spin on things didn't it ;)
Skewed, Jun 29 2014
  

       I was expecting something like G-strings worn using implanted magnets (2 in front, 1 in the back) to attach the G-string (with matching magnets) without those pesky waist/hip straps.
Wait, would that make it just a "G-"?
neutrinos_shadow, Jun 29 2014
  

       As long as no one mentions that Geoffrey Prout story title, we'll be ok.   

       Later edit....or mentions just about any Geoffrey Prout story title...
not_morrison_rm, Jun 29 2014
  

       Well now you've opened a whole new can of worms. I don't know who you speak of. Must go Google, dernit.
blissmiss, Jun 30 2014
  

       I'm amazed no one has deployed the uniquely British term 'fanny magnet' in these annotations. There's your branding right there.
rodti, Jun 30 2014
  

       Bun for limpNote's anno.
RayfordSteele, Jun 30 2014
  

       Well, I took the bait and searched the author. I'd be tempted to own a copy just to leave it laying about with my other books and see people's reaction to it. A nicely battered hard cover goes for about $80 though.
normzone, Jun 30 2014
  

       Bun for RayfordSteele's anno.
LimpNotes, Jun 30 2014
  

       All these buns for all these comments, yet I remain low down on the bun end. Not that I count em.
blissmiss, Jun 30 2014
  

       Oh don't know, 25 & 35 respectively for kitchen hoodies & professional doodling (with a relatively small fish count in both instances).   

       10 for this one (with none).   

       Methinks the lady doth protest too much / shameless fishing for additional buns perhaps.   

       <edit> I smell an a proposal for another thread, bunable anno's with the idea owner getting a tax of any buns given to anno's on their idea (or is that B/2)? <further edit> why yes it is, a quick search shows it's been discussed many time's, possibly not in it's own idea, maybe not with a tax to the idea owner, but covered for sure.
Skewed, Jun 30 2014
  

       Thinking about it, if the pole was electro-magnetic, you could induce an interesting effect by rapid shifts of polarity. There's a pole shift joke in there somewhere.
not_morrison_rm, Jun 30 2014
  

       Or you could power some... thing due to the stripper's magnet moving action along the magnetic pole.   

       I'm not joking, but I am trying to.
absterge, Oct 22 2015
  

       ..... @ ...... @ ...... @ ......   

       <wind whistles>   

       <bell clangs in abandoned adobe church>   

       @ .... @ ...... @ .....
8th of 7, Oct 23 2015
  

       I had assumed that this would be some form of modesty-protector held in place by a pair of magnets, one of which would be worn, ah, internally.
MaxwellBuchanan, Oct 23 2015
  

       I forgot I wrote this. Age, the things one does remember and the things one randomly forgets, weird. I would have liked to have remembered what the hell I was thinking when I thought this up, but alas...
blissmiss, Oct 23 2015
  

       reusable tearaway lingerie ? a sideline for the formal clothing rental shops.
FlyingToaster, Oct 23 2015
  

       //I forgot I wrote this.//

Just begauss it was fun.
LimpNotes, Oct 23 2015
  

       I assume these would come in one color: magnenta.
bungston, Oct 24 2015
  

       This is clearly a seminal idea.   

       It enables iron-filing shadow-strip-puppetry, for instance.   

       And if the magnets were very strong, and the dancing poles non-ferrous, perhaps they could slide down without apparent contact reallly slowly.
I'm not sure if that would be erotic to the lay audience, but I think physicists would go nuts for it.
Loris, Oct 24 2015
  

       Taped on magnets and a ferro fluid?
travbm, Oct 29 2015
  
      
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