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Saturday, 16 December 2006

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It's like looking through a window to paradise

Hollywood, Victoria's Secret announced today the company will be releasing a new line of celebrity inspired panties called, "Paparazzi".

The worlds leading lingerie company is hoping to monopolize on the latest celebrity craze of flashing the public their privates.

They have signed contracts with many top popular celebrities and models to photograph their genitals. The pictures are then special process, photo realistic, silk screened on to sexy skin toned panties.

"They blend on so invisibly smooth you can hardly tell someone is wearing panties at all, they look incredibly realistic, said one Secret employee

The illusion the panties create is whoever is wearing them can convincingly look like their favorite stars private parts when out on the town up skirting or exposing themselves, throwing caution to the wind.

Concept creator, Sally Fleshinberg said, now women can flash in public with reckless abandon and they can do it with the confidence their privates are as attractive as say, Nicole Kidman's or Christina Aguilera's.

The company thinks many women are tempted to show off their privates but are too modest to expose themselves. As someone else they'll get the thrill of being an exhibitionist with out having to bare it all.

Victoria's Secret gave out samples of the new product to women. The response was overwhelmingly positive.

One shopper was intrigued by the idea: "You mean I can flash the PTA or my office as Heather Locklear? How cute is that?!"

Another patron said: "I have options, Pam Anderson on Monday, Jessica Alba on Thursday. This product is devilishly private publicly".

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Buck E Filbert
Dec 17 2006

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