Not only was I busy in my creative cave, the first of my girlfriends had her baby this week, and we welcomed a beautiful new baby boy into the world...... he also gave me the inspiration for the Product of the Week below.
I also had to say goodbye to what I called "my baby" my beloved, and always fashionable car, Gabby the Cabby. So sad to see her go but it was time..... well maybe more than time... she had a solid 22 years.
Now for the Product of the Week or in this case product"s".
As I said above, this week's Product of the Week was inspired by new baby Colton...
***WARNING*** the following products may be a little too Claris-qué for the faint at heart.....
So it all started while we were watching baby Colton get his diaper changed, and I thought to myself how unfashionable it would be to have to wear baby urine as an accessory after a diaper changing incident gone wrong. Evidently one of my girlfriends was also thinking the same thing as she told us all about the invention called the Pee-Pee Teepee. Basically it is a little birthday hat-esqué cone that can be placed over baby privates to prevent unfortunate projectile pee incidents
and of course they come in all the cutest baby colors and prints because what mommy wants her baby's privates to be unfashionable during a diaper change.....he he..
Anyways the Pee Pee Teepee would be a sufficient Clarisky Product of the Week if I thought this is what my would satisfy my readers, but I know you are looking for more. So as I was learning all about these Pee-Pee Tepees I got to thinking (I don't know why) but I bet someone crazy out there has invented an adult version of this, and low and behold I found............
The Va j-j Visor.
That's right it's a visor for your Va j-j. FINALLY! ...right?........no?
No it does not have the same function as the Pee-Pee Teepee, so why do you need a visor for your Va j-j ? Well their website helps to answer that very question.....
"The Va j-j Visor will help protect all of those tender and sensitive parts that you don't want exposed during various methods of hair removal. Brazilian and bikini waxing, depilatories and shaving, hair coloring, tanning or spa treatments. It can also be used as a hygienic shield while trying on swimwear or intimate apparel and during body piercings and tattooing."If you are looking for more on the mechanics and ergonomics of this invention I suggest you take a look at their website. They have a helpful instructions page which should be only looked at in the comfort of your home (i.e. not at work.)
Hope I helped to protect some very important "areas" and perhaps keep them looking more...fashionable? At the very least I'll settle for putting a smile on your face for the start of your work week.
love love.. Clarissa