Company creates a device to hide camel toe
What will they think of next?
We’ve all seen it. Most of us have even had it at one point or another—you know what we’re talking about—the dreaded case of camel toe—the situation that arises when pants are way too tight and ride up into your precious nether regions, creating a camel-like hump that can be viewed by anyone who accidently glances down at your crotch at any given moment.
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After all, according to company SmoothGrove, “a staggering 55 percent of women, irrespective of age, size or weight, experience camel toe at some point." Really? Because we thought it was maybe even higher than that. But we digress.
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Regardless, now you can wear tight-as-hell pants without that dreaded scenario, simply by buying a piece of plastic that prevents camel toe. The problem-solving SmoothGroove Luxe comes in three different colors, it’s washable (it better be considering where you put it) and with a “presentation case, discreet satin storage pouch and velcro dots, ideal as a gift or for those who need to safely and discreetly carry their SmoothGroove,” says the web site.
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Tell us: Would you wear an anti-camel toe device in your crotch?
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