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Wonder-Media Bra

better reception for bold girls
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Bold girls wear Wonder Bras, which contain curved metal segments to support the breasts.

The clever folk at Gossard have realised that these can double up as radio aerials, and have discretely provided a small jack-plug point towards the back of their new Wonder-Media Bra. This does not effect the comfort or profile of the garment at all.

A radio receiver can now be plugged in, ensuring perfect tuning while others struggle with a weak reception. Every bold girl deserves to receive clear, crackle free signals, and Wonder-Media Bra never fails to deliver.

xenzag, May 22 2010


       Heh! I missread that as "bald girls"   

       Sinéad Marie Bernadette O'Connor Wonder-Media bra.
skinflaps, May 22 2010

       "Nice wi-fi access points!"
hippo, May 22 2010

       Hmmm ... an underwire wireless.
mouseposture, May 22 2010

       "So, is 'Volume' the left one or the right one?"
MaxwellBuchanan, Sep 27 2016

       Try twiddling it, and see if you go deaf in one ear.
8th of 7, Sep 27 2016

       One thing I've noticed is that women with writing on their T-shirts get very irritated by slow readers.
MaxwellBuchanan, Sep 28 2016

       Thinking about this idea... - would a stereo pair of smallish, roughly parabolic dishes give you good signal detection *and* distance-to-source information?
hippo, Sep 28 2016


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