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Topic # 65780 6-Aug-2010 10:41
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Vajazzling.

As read yesterday on Stuff (see here: http://www.stuff.co.nz/entertainment/celebrities/3991133/Celebrities-spark-vajazzling-trend), vajazzling is taking the world by storm...well, it's going well down-under.

Essentially, it's jazzing up one's va...jazzler.

Weird, but ultimately a great career path for anyone interested.

As far as i know we have no dedicated Vajazzling salons, so as I have a hairdressing background, I'd be happy to manage the business if someone wants to start it up.

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  Reply # 364106 6-Aug-2010 10:47
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She looks way better NOT caked in make-up.

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  Reply # 364117 6-Aug-2010 10:58
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Shes such a bright c$#&

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 364160 6-Aug-2010 11:57
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Stuff must be on a slow news day....Im pretty sure I heard about "that" quite a few weeks or even months ago....




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  Reply # 364177 6-Aug-2010 12:21
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xpd: Stuff must be on a slow news day....Im pretty sure I heard about "that" quite a few weeks or even months ago....
And you didn't share...shame on you!

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  Reply # 364866 7-Aug-2010 23:48
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kiwitrc: Shes such a bright c$#&


It's nearly midnight when I read that, and I had never laughed so hard. xDDDDD 




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  Reply # 364969 8-Aug-2010 13:17
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When I heard this on the news, I thought of this. Snap, Push and Pop! Sounds painful...

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  Reply # 365463 9-Aug-2010 16:06
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What's the world coming to.. Honaskably.. :D

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  Reply # 365477 9-Aug-2010 16:25
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toprob: When I heard this on the news, I thought of this. Snap, Push and Pop! Sounds painful...


I could see the mini one being useful for this, but none the less still painful 




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  Reply # 365478 9-Aug-2010 16:25
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toprob: When I heard this on the news, I thought of this. Snap, Push and Pop! Sounds painful...


I could see the mini one being useful for this, but none the less still painful 




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  Reply # 365483 9-Aug-2010 16:30
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It's kinda like braille instructions for 'down there' ???

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  Reply # 365524 9-Aug-2010 17:59
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It's only taken since 1994 for an old joke to be made into a commercial opportunity :)

http://www.snopes.com/embarrass/feminine/glitter.asp

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