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gemma10
22nd Feb 2018, 12:39
Vagina wigs are now officially fashionable and nothing will be the same again - BBC Three (http://www.bbc.co.uk/bbcthree/article/dbc7a1bd-979b-4422-8996-31179bd4b643)Vagina wigs are now officially fashionable and nothing will be the same again - BBC Three (http://www.bbc.co.uk/bbcthree/article/dbc7a1bd-979b-4422-8996-31179bd4b643)

If this is the future of fashion then bring back the codpiece.

Trossie
22nd Feb 2018, 13:38
As long as they are in black they fully comply with the Me Too Movement's dress code.

WingNut60
22nd Feb 2018, 14:09
So having F1 pit girls is degrading to all women, but this is not?

funfly
22nd Feb 2018, 14:40
I'll get mine back out

VP959
22nd Feb 2018, 14:43
Vagina wigs are now officially fashionable and nothing will be the same again - BBC Three (http://www.bbc.co.uk/bbcthree/article/dbc7a1bd-979b-4422-8996-31179bd4b643)Vagina wigs are now officially fashionable and nothing will be the same again - BBC Three (http://www.bbc.co.uk/bbcthree/article/dbc7a1bd-979b-4422-8996-31179bd4b643)

If this is the future of fashion then bring back the codpiece.


Who would have thought that the merkin would ever come back into "fashion"?

One has to wonder if the designers understood why the merkin was invented in the first place, I suspect not!

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Merkin

Icare9
22nd Feb 2018, 16:03
Muff muffs?

krismiler
22nd Feb 2018, 16:08
In Cockney rhyming slang, a wig is a syrup. As in syrup of figs = wigs. I dread to think what they’ll come out with for this.

B Fraser
22nd Feb 2018, 16:15
That's easy, "a chicken".

Chicken korma = fanny warmer.


Or they could call it a "Sue"


Sue Perkin(s) = Merkin


......it's a quiet day in the office.

lomapaseo
22nd Feb 2018, 16:23
Is it legal to use these on the green in golf. I could more easily sink sumthin in the hole

WilliumMate
22nd Feb 2018, 16:38
I've scanned the definitive work (Roger's Profanisaurus) and couldn't find an entry (fnarr) for merkin. However, years ago at an errm gentlemans evening I seem to remember someone asking if this particular Jack the Ripper was wearing a Pickle. After enquiries it was explained as Pickle - Pickled Gherkin - Merkin. Don't quote me as alcohol had probably been taken.

VP959
22nd Feb 2018, 16:46
According to the Wiki entry about the derivation of the term merkin:

The word probably originated from malkin, a derogatory term for a lower-class young woman, or from Marykin, a pet form of the female given name Mary.

The odd thing is that the Wiki entry makes no mention of syphilis, whereas my memory of the reason for merkins being invented related to women wishing to cover the hair loss that can be one of the symptoms of syphilis, I believe

gemma10
22nd Feb 2018, 17:18
As I see it in the photos the Merkin just covers the front. What about the rear? What a bare assed cheek! :O

flyingfemme
22nd Feb 2018, 19:04
So let me understand this.........you get it all ripped out with wax and then replace with a wig? :D

VP959
22nd Feb 2018, 19:13
So let me understand this.........you get it all ripped out with wax and then replace with a wig? :D

But at least fixing the merkin in place should be easy - just fit it with a suitable tight fitting plug....................

BehindBlueEyes
22nd Feb 2018, 20:57
And are you supposed to take it off and put it on the bedside tables when you...ahem?

Or, leave it place? I have visions of the thing either ending up stuck to the wrong undercarriage (!?) or lost in the sheets.

In an other scenario, it almost be worse for your other half to find one if these in your car than a pair of lacy panties! :ouch::}:bored:

Lantern10
22nd Feb 2018, 21:04
you get it all ripped out with wax and then replace with a wig?

I think it has something to with money!

Um... lifting...
22nd Feb 2018, 23:13
One doesn't see these being bought as, say, a surprise birthday gift.

"I'm looking for a birthday gift for a lady friend."

"What did you have in mind?"

"Well, I thought perhaps one of, ahem, those... perhaps in the electric blue."

"What size might your friend wear?"

It gets complicated rather quickly.

treadigraph
23rd Feb 2018, 00:34
I prefer the real thing...

Loose rivets
23rd Feb 2018, 00:47
They are real. Strangely. :bored:


Lerkin' in a merkin. A new pastime.

Hydromet
23rd Feb 2018, 01:14
When one of the blokes I worked with was about to have an operation that would require shaving his bits, a couple of the women there made one for him...and presented it to him in front of all the staff.

Ascend Charlie
23rd Feb 2018, 01:28
They could leave the real thing alone - it is Nature's dental floss.

Ogre
23rd Feb 2018, 05:14
you get it all ripped out with wax and then replace with a wig?

I think it has something to with money!

Well lets be honest, they've been applying same principles with eye brows for years. Pick the hairs out then fill them in with a big pencil

jolihokistix
23rd Feb 2018, 08:54
In the Yoshiwara red light district in Edo, there was a popular fellow by the name of Shimogari Hanzo (Hanzo, the lower trimmer). Geisha could have it shaved to order, into a heart for example.


These Merkins though are just cheap party tricks. They look uncomfortable and tacky.

B Fraser
23rd Feb 2018, 09:07
Now there was a man who was happy in his work.

Stab Bar
24th Feb 2018, 06:58
You'll be able to buy them in a merkintile.

gileraguy
24th Feb 2018, 08:14
my favourite merkin of all time....

https://popcultureaddicts.files.wordpress.com/2013/07/terrorist.jpg




the "bit"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q03hNtdzNl8

Krystal n chips
24th Feb 2018, 08:27
"Can't see this on the High Street "

Erm, may I suggest a visit to Wilmslow where they have never gone out of fashion and have long been seen adorning the heads of both genders "above a certain age ".

Sallyann1234
24th Feb 2018, 09:42
One needs the insulation in this cold weather :ok:

I16
24th Feb 2018, 10:03
George Bush once said in a speech to his gathered followers " that I am proud to be a mirkin"

Tankertrashnav
24th Feb 2018, 10:23
Seem to remember that in a TV series about the pre Raphaelites a few years back the actresses playing nude models had to wear these items as they refused to grow the "real thing" for the role.

funfly
24th Feb 2018, 10:28
Same article mentions “cock socks” .some of us are blessed with the ‘snail’ feature where everything retreats inside when the weather is cold making knitted garments unnessasary.

cargosales
24th Feb 2018, 10:32
When one of the blokes I worked with was about to have an operation that would require shaving his bits, a couple of the women there made one for him...and presented it to him in front of all the staff.

And there was that young lady with a serious sense of humour, about to undergo an op 'down there' who dyed her pubes green, complete with a sign saying 'keep off the grass'.

She woke up to find a note from the surgeon written next to it. "I'm sorry but we had to mow your lawn" Smiles all round ...

funfly
24th Feb 2018, 10:34
Tanker, I think you will find that deforestation is a more recent fashion although in the 60s there was a surge in having heart shaped trimmings.
Dont know where I got this knowledge from.
Subject for an MA research project, Vaginal hair fashions through time.

VP959
24th Feb 2018, 14:17
Tanker, I think you will find that deforestation is a more recent fashion although in the 60s there was a surge in having heart shaped trimmings.
Dont know where I got this knowledge from.
Subject for an MA research project, Vaginal hair fashions through time.

A doctor friend has commented that the majority of her younger female patients shave, or remove, all their pubic hair, some from a very young age.

Her view is that it may be driven by what they view as a "perfect" human body, and that may well by shaped by exposure to graphic pornography.

There was an article I read a while ago that suggested a part of this was peer pressure, in that boys were put off by girls who had pubic hair, going so far as to ridicule them.

Sounds about right to me, as we know that peer pressure can be an extremely powerful thing for some young people.

G-CPTN
24th Feb 2018, 14:58
As a young man I was surprised to encounter thatch, as all magazine images were bald - though I never met one in the wild.

gemma10
24th Feb 2018, 15:07
Wondering how these things are affixed. Poppers? Copydex? No strings attached I see. Removal could be painful. :{

Tankertrashnav
25th Feb 2018, 00:25
There was a story, probably apocryphal, that the Victorian artist John Ruskin was so shocked at the discovery that his bride had pubic hair that the marriage was never consummated, and was dissolved soon afterwards. I have read accounts by women of earlier generations who claimed that their husband had never actually seen them naked, and I am pretty sure that might well have been the case.

innuendo
25th Feb 2018, 03:08
In all the years since first seeing Dr Strangelove, (one of my all time favourites),
I had not given much thought to the name of the President played by Peter Sellers, Merkin Muffley. Guess I need to get out more.

Ascend Charlie
25th Feb 2018, 04:27
As a young man I was surprised to encounter thatch, as all magazine images were bald

Sounds like you never saw a Playboy or Hustler from the 70s. Plenty of rainforests on show. And take a look at Last Tango in Paris to see a "welcome mat" that was more like a wall-to-wall shag pile.

G-CPTN
25th Feb 2018, 09:45
Sounds like you never saw a Playboy or Hustler from the 70s. Plenty of rainforests on show.

My formative years were the 1950s - by the early 1960s I was 'active', and married by the early 1970s.

Ascend Charlie
26th Feb 2018, 05:53
Ah, G-CPTN, those pictures were all airbrushed smooth to make all females look like the nether regions were just a featureless bump with no detail. A disappointing era.

In 1972 we used to have a "Newspaper" called Spotlight on Sport, which had a very low-res centrefold that was extremely daring for its time. But these days you could pass a gynaecology exam just by watching some freely-observable p0rn sites.