Jan 8th 2010 By Brian Fairbanks
You know you're a lucky guy when you find a girlfriend who puts on lingerie without having to be asked. You know you have "happily ever after" material when you find one who puts a GPS device inside that lingerie
and then scampers off to hide in your sex dungeon. (Honestly, we can't think of any other use for this bizarre from a Brazilian clothing company called Lindelucy
Our main issue with it, and any problematic piece of sexywear
, is: if it looks like it's going to make our ladyfriends uncomfortable, then why in the name of Keeley Hazell
would you risk buying it
-- just to have her say no to wearing it? She could end up getting turned off altogether and watch "The Mary Tyler Moore Show
" marathon instead.
Keep reading to see the absurdity that is a GPS device
attached to a piece of clothing that's meant to be taken off.
This gimmick has been causing controversy for ages, ever since it was introduced as a chastity belt
for panties, allowing tracking by concerned fathers and paranoid partners. But now the Brazilian company is re-imagining it as the focus of its amusing "Find Me If You Can
" product line from designer Lucia Iorio
. Its intent seems to be directing this wave of fashion toward role-playing types
and others looking for a little extra spice in the ol' sex life
That being said, wearing a GPS device in your lingerie is a bit like an EZ Pass
on a stripper -- in both cases, we know you're widely available before we even see the gadgets
Do the benefits of a teasing game of Hide and Seek outweigh the other annoyances? We'll leave that up to you.