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A pair of womens jeans that are variably tight. With the touch of a switch in the pocket the back of the jeans gets tighter or looser. This is accomplished by muscel wires embedded in the jean material. Muscel wires expand and contract with applied voltage. Unforutunatly they expand when they voltage drops, so everybody would know when her battery is dead. Now the girl can control how good she looks in her jeans, modest or "look here".
evilpenguin, Jul 04 2007

Self Ironing Shirt http://www.smalltim...CLE_ID=269162&p=109
About halfway down. [neutrinos_shadow, Jul 05 2007]

Buttock amplification Thong_20skirt
[hippo, Jul 05 2007]

Muscel Glue http://www.sciencen...d=218391170&cat=2_3
Maybe the muscel wires could be made of this?! [bungston, Nov 14 2007]

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       Ladies, watch out for evil penguins with remote controls.
pertinax, Jul 04 2007
  

       Is po going to jump in with a "package enhancing jeans" idea for guys, kind of the reverse of this? Beware the short circuit!
Canuck, Jul 04 2007
  

       Ha, this would have helped me as a teenager - when I used to help my girlfriend peel off her jeans (fond memories).   

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       <Eyes popping out>
Pengy... they're... <pant>... too... <gasp>... tight... please turn... <wheeze>... power down.
Ling, Jul 04 2007
  

       Nothing like generating an electromagnetic field around one's privates. [+]
nuclear hobo, Jul 04 2007
  

       <shocked voice>Grope?!... Absolutely not! I thought she was suffocating!</sv>
lurch, Jul 04 2007
  

       Memory fabric (a la 'Batman Begins') is almost a reality. I first saw the shirt on Beyond Tomorrow, but their website isn't up to date; the link is the best I could find quickly (search for shirt). I'm aware of other research in similar directions (mostly involving NZ companies doing electronic things with wool).
neutrinos_shadow, Jul 05 2007
  

       I'm getting close to building a working prototype. Just received 2m of muscel wire, already have a pocket sized power supply
evilpenguin, Nov 13 2007
  
      
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