Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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butt wedge

never fish around for your undies again!
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This snug and comfy croissant-shaped foam wedge, when inserted between the buttocks, will prevent underpants from creeping up where they are not welcome. Custom-made for a perfect fit, this wedge is essential for cheerleaders, waterpark users, college freshmen and those who tend to wear ill-fitting gotchies. As a bonus, the butt-wedge will muffle embarrassing emissions. Not suitable for thong-wearers.
lintkeeper2, Mar 18 2003

Camel Toe Preventer http://www.halfbake..._20Lip_20Controller
[DrCurry, Oct 05 2004]

Product Placement. http://www.centurio...by.co.uk/wedge.html
Wedge advertising. [Amos Kito, Oct 05 2004]

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       Hm. If this is really a problem for you, see half's link on the Camel Toe idea for a product that might help.
DrCurry, Mar 18 2003
  

       gender-neutral, not for hiding body parts but eliminating the self-wedgie.......
lintkeeper2, Mar 18 2003
  

       FYI: In this one instance "half" is spelled "DrCurry"
bristolz, Mar 18 2003
  

       Won't this wedge chafe as much as the wedgie it's preventing?
oneoffdave, Mar 18 2003
  

       I thought this was to be a golf club specially designed to be used in the case of a specific, yet mind-bogglingly unlikely lie.
my face your, Mar 18 2003
  

       I thought this was to be a golf club specially designed to be used with the discarded portion of a used cigarette.
egbert, Mar 18 2003
  

       Yet another idea I wish I'd never looked at. I perceive hygiene issues.
8th of 7, Mar 18 2003
  

       I just knew that I should never have associated my name with that idea. I only wanted to make it go away.
half, Mar 18 2003
  

       bristolz: huh?
DrCurry, Mar 18 2003
  

       I think that [bristolz] refers to confusion about the link.   

       [DrCurry] refers, in his link from this current idea to another idea, to a link that [half] posted on the idea to which [DrCurry]'s link refers. Does that clear it up?
half, Mar 18 2003
  

       Now I've got the song "Stuck in the Middle with You" running through my head.... damn!
Cedar Park, Mar 19 2003
  

       Put a small chain on it and it would make a nifty little key buoy for boaters.
X2Entendre, Mar 19 2003
  

       Sure, why not just put a big chain and a couple of padlocks on it and you could have a nifty fetish accessory, but the whole idea is still weird, sick and repulsive .....
8th of 7, Mar 19 2003
  

       As the plumber bent over to work under the sink, and this big foul-smelling wedge-looking thing with a chain emerged from the back of his trousers,
I had to laugh because...

What is that thing? (inspired by Jack Handy)
X2Entendre, Mar 19 2003
  

       Damn you X2Entendre! You made me laugh so loud I woke up my wife.   

       One point here - need to practice very good "hygiene" or you're gonna get this thing stuck to your hairs.   

       The Wedgie could be used for self-defense, especially when someone is demanding a man's wallet.   

       Next would be laws against "brandishing a wedgie in public".   

       The Wedgie-Wallet could could be used where pick-pockets are a problem.
ZomGlo, Feb 08 2004
  

       I love this site, but sometimes I shouldn't read while at work....was doing fine until I hit [X2Entendre] key buoy anno and then I lost it! :)
37PiecesOf Flair, Apr 22 2005
  

       I prefer the term moose knuckle.
darkboy115, Apr 22 2005
  
      
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