Written by Charpa93
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Topics: Vajazzle, jeans

Friday, 17 December 2010

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Don't need a man to make this Lassy feel sassy

Women rejoice! A new line of specially designed tight-fitting jeans has been developed by the fashion house of renowned designer Frederico de Frisco. According to de Frisco, these jeans will negate the need for sex; meaning, ladies can now have a party in their pants without finding a man to do it for them.

VaJay Jeans are designed to crawl so far up the VaJJ that every step a woman takes while walking in them means instant excitement. De Frisco claims that with his new creation, women all over the world will not only forego elevators, but they'll line up to take the stairs instead.

And crossing your legs? "Fuggeddaboudit" claims the new ads by VaJay Jeans. "You'll cross your legs, re-cross them, and still re-cross them some more when you are wearing VaJays. The only thing missing may be the cigarette afterwards."

Yes, finally, jeans that not only make you "look" good, but make you "feel" good every time you wear them. "And," says de Frisco, "my jeans won't complain when you cry for more, more, more."

De Frisco is currently at work on sleepwear utilizing the same revolutionary design as the VaJay Jeans. Calling his latest design PJayJays, he claims they are targeted toward women who are more vocal than others while in the throes of passion and who may find it publicly embarrassing to wear VaJay Jeans around others.

The complete line of VaJayJay apparel can be found exclusively at Frederico de Frisco's in San Francisco, as well as in all finer vajazzling studios throughout the San Francisco and Los Angeles areas.

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