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Mistic tiger

give yourself tiger stripes with self-tanning patterns
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Local tanning salons offer the Mistic Tan, where a patron steps into a special booth and a machine sprays a fine mist self-tanner. By wearing a body suit with strategically cut stripes in it, you could make yourself look like an animal.
mrthingy, Aug 11 2003

An early experiment http://www.artistdi...186/c186584mv9b.jpg
Nugent in '74 on Zappa's Discreet label. At times, the album gets mystic. [thumbwax, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]

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       Hidden Dragon.
I bet this would go over big. Mmmm, I wonder how much the Cola companies would shell out for advertannning.
Or is it tanvertising?

       Quite Tanned, without any fancy equipment necessary - my wife managed to do this to my back once. Didn't cut any holes in my shirts, I have to admit.
DrCurry, Aug 11 2003

       For those times when this is the only way to be/have a "tiger" in bed.
Pericles, Aug 11 2003

       Oh, be/have!
k_sra, Aug 11 2003

       true k_sra: also to behave like a tiger in bed.
Pericles, Aug 11 2003

       I wish my physiology would allow me to do this. I love dapples, stripes and mottled colors. +
sartep, Aug 11 2003

       I've heard of boxers getting advertising tattoos on their backs for money... that tanning business might be better for those who may not be so excited about having "Eat at Joe's" permenantly emblazoned on their skin.
Agamemnon, Apr 05 2006

       I don't think those are permanent tatoos.
methinksnot, Apr 06 2006


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