Friday, December 02, 2005
This is not safe for work, and you just probably should miss todays blog entry.... I am sorry. My brain is spinning in a distrubed fashion.
I do not really know what a Swarovski Crystal is. I found web definitions, but none of them really make sense:
Swarovski Crystal is one of the finest crystals produced in the world today and is noted for its purity, brilliance and reflective qualities. It is a synthetic crystal produced in Austria using a formula perfected by Daniel Swarovski and his sons at the end of the 19th century. What sets Swarovski crystals apart from other imitations is the superior quality of the cutting and polishing used in the finished product.
Swarovski is an Austrian company that makes high-quality rhinestones, beautiful cut crystals, costume jewelry, and other glass-related items.
So with more research, I find it is a damn rhinestone. GO Ron Popeil (who, by the way, has a hot grand-daughter!) Anyhow, I got sidetracked back to the Crystals!
Swarovski crystals are used for jewlery. I know about Jewelry. (my people did put the JEW in Jewelry! well, maybe not, according to this guy)
How can these guys say they are not a hate site?
Where do diamonds come from?
Where does Diamond Jewlery come from?
Anyhow,..... (and now we get to the icky part) I do not know why someone would want to put a Swarovski Crystal in their butt. then call it Jewlery! Jewlery is a ring, or a nice strand of pearls. Not something you cram up your keester.
So the folks at Beverly Hills Choppers (great example of a crappy website) made a Swarovski Crystal covered motorcycle designed for Paris Hilton's keester to go ON, not for the bike to go IN. Apparently they made & gave to stop a lawsuit where Rod Stewart's daughter fell OFF a chopper?
I am thinking the butt plug people may be missing an accessorizing fashion opportunity here.
Folks, in case you did not get it. that's a ONE WAY VALVE. ONE WAY. things come out, but do NOT go IN! especially rhinestones.
i need a nap OY!
Think of the Children!
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