Australian doctors have raised concerns about clinics offering vaginal cosmetic surgery, warning the trend towards so-called "designer vaginas" may be exploiting vulnerable women.Is it just me, or is the world coming more and more to resemble a Philip K. Dick novel? I find myself with an almost overwhelming urge to collect random bits of string and then try to master the numerous spoken forms of honorifics.
The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists said procedures being offered included "vaginal rejuvenation, revirgination, designer vaginoplasty and G-spot amplification".
It also causes me to wonder if perhaps there is a corresponding "designer penis" craze that has, alas, also passed me by...perhaps the surgical implantation of a little Scottish bonnet on Mr. Weasel. A quick search of Google for "designer penis" didn't turn anything up, but it did spotlight a job offer on one of the programmers sites for this job:
I need a great writer/ web designer to do the following:I really like the smiley at the end...sadly, the ad has already expired! Darn! Another career option bites the dust. I also learned the derivation of the phrase "penis-melting zionist robot combs," a phrase I've never used but definitely will, probably to describe a new plastic service pistol:
1) Create an outstanding design for penis enlargement product reviews
2) Perform a detailed product review on www.sizegenetics.com to replace this page:
Some important guideline:
1) Review must be written in first person and speak directly to the needs, concerns and hopes of the visitor. For example, you should write like this: "There are many things that I like about Sizegenetics (with just a few drawbacks). If you're looking to..." (personal) Do NOT write like this: "Sizegenetics has both pros and cons. Men looking to..." (not personal)
2) Be fair. Give the good and the bad. Highlighting the good, of course.
3) Be as specific as possible
4) Must follow the enclosed guidelines
5) Must be in Clean HTML format
6) Must NOT be in MS Word HTML
I've included another old Sizegenetics Review as an example... If you do an outstanding job, I'll have many more reviews for you :)
"[fill in the blank]'s newest polymer-framed striker-fired, laser-sighted, sub-MOA, .40 S&W Magnum, desert-camo'ed, gas-pistoned, low mileage, mil-spec blaster smites the earth like the proverbial penis-melting zionist robot comb in the hands of an infidel-busting bad-ass operator hair stylist from hell..."
Whoops! Got to go have a long conversation with firearms execs on manufacturing issues...if I use P-M-Z-R-C one more time in a sentence, it's my word!