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Wednesday, 22 September 2010

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The latest trend to come out of Hollyweird, California is a procedure called vajazzling, a procedure whereby lovely crystals are placed in various patterns and designs on the private areas of women. Actress Jennifer Love Hewitt is one of the first celebrities to come out and talk about getting her flower bed vajazzled.

Realizing how insanely popular the procedure is becoming, one enterprising salon owner decided that if women were getting it done, why not men? Of course, the logistics of having tiny Swarovski crystals glued onto the male member may make it unusable in certain circumstances, say when having sex. Still, men are having the procedure called "dickorating" done simply to keep up with the (Bridget) Joneses. The salon where the dickorating is being done says that for now, larger crystals have to be used because applicators are just learning the procedure, but as they get better at it, smaller crystals can be used that will allow most men to cover the dickorating with a condom so that the designs will last much longer but still allow them to have sex as usual.

The first actor to go in for dickorating was The Situation of Jersey Shore fame, who claims it was totally worth it. "Who knows," said Sorrentino, "you may see a little dick slip here and there on the show so why not have it look all pretty and what not? I decided to get it decorated in the colors of the Italian flag."

Not to be outdone, another Jersey Shore member, JWoww has gotten himself dickorated in time to shoot his spread in Playgirl Magazine. "Man," said JWoww, "how convenient was this that I could have the procedure done right before my shoot." Asked what design he decided on, he simply told us that we would have to wait and see. "It's a surprise," he said "a very big surprise."

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