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Conveyer Belt

Dynamic Wear
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This latest entry in our active fashion line can be used by a large variety of customers, from the hip challenged hula dancer to the chronically overburdened executive with a myriad of sidearm electronic devices.

Using the latest in electric muscle technology and NASA's snake robotics, this belt will either gyrate in place enticingly or crawl around your waste to allow access to the required device.

theircompetitor, Apr 14 2004

(??) I want one. http://ls11-www.inf...erLaufenNoLegs.html
I will hug him and pet him and call him George. [2 fries shy of a happy meal, Oct 04 2004]

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       Gives a new meaning to six shooter(s).
skinflaps, Apr 15 2004
  

       It's technology like this that got me thrown out of Funky Town.
Detly, Apr 15 2004
  

       //gyrate in place enticingly or crawl around your waste//   

       Yikes! Is no one else getting a rather disturbing image here? I had images of a centipede-like belt going where no article of ... anything has gone before.   

       sp. Waist
Custardguts, Nov 24 2008
  


 

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