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Disco Bra

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This is a bra that is also a double domed functional disco ball. Each breast cup is encrusted with jewels and mirror shards. Each breast cup rotates on a central nipple axis.One rotates clockwise the other counterclockwise. A multi colored LED stem sticks out and rotates above each breast. Battery or kinematicly powered the disco bra dazzles onlookers and fellow dancers.
vfrackis, May 17 2010


       // central nipple axis //   

       Maybe with the anatomy of some women...
RayfordSteele, May 17 2010

       Don't go there, [RS], it's a dark place you don't want to be.   

       Or maybe you do ... if you can afford it.
8th of 7, May 17 2010

       This might work better as a gentleman's attachment.
MaxwellBuchanan, May 17 2010

       Do you not think a gentleman would look a bit silly wearing a rotating mirror-ball bra?
pocmloc, May 18 2010

       Turn, Baby turn, Disco Inferno....
S-note, May 18 2010

       //Turn, Baby turn, Disco Inferno....// It should really play "Yakety Sax" while rotating, you know, to fully achieve that Benny Hill effect.
zen_tom, May 18 2010

       // Do you not think a gentleman would look a bit silly wearing a rotating mirror-ball bra? //   

       If the gentleman in question were (a ressurrected) Graham Chapman, I don't think he'd look silly at all.
Alterother, Mar 11 2012

       <Mighty Boosh> "You fail to take into account ... my mirror balls."
spidermother, Mar 11 2012

       <scoffs> A pale reflection, at best.
Alterother, Mar 11 2012


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