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Fake Camel Toe Underwear: Would you wear it?

It's the female underwear nobody asked for

For those who don’t know what camel toe is: It’s an effect created by a pair of pants or shorts that fit very tightly around a woman's groin, drawing attention to the shape of the downstairs lips.

And apparently women are flocking in droves to purchase this underwear that shows the outline of a fake nunu.

This new underwear is designed to “accentuate” your naughty bits. Maybe for some that’s hot. I try to judge but my reaction to them is quite simply, WTF??

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This Japanese piece of fashion is meant for the fearless woman who wants all to know that she’s got one and she’s not afraid to outline it? Maybe? I don’t know.

Would you try it?

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