Well, here's something that might cheer us all up. Now, there has allegedly been this craze in Japan where these skirts are worn and they look see-through but actually they are prints to make it look like you can see their arse. Men or women no longer have to imagine, they can look and linger withour fear of being caught. I did a little site trawling and everyone was giggling at the Japanese and their silliness, blogs, websites etc....
I eventually came across the sceptics. It seems that it's possible that the pictures were carefully posed to create the striking image. You see, the arses are remarkable since the leg position of the real woman match the upper thigh position of the pert printed arse.
Imagine if people really wore these clothes, hours of fun on a depressingly crowded tube, people would be unashamedly staring because they can. or imagine if the front was like that (no, not another arse, that would just be weird but the front, you know) and imagine if men wore them too. People should be made to print their real body parts on to their clothes, does it make it ok if it's someone else's arse but really rude if it's your own?While
I ponder these questions of universal significance, it is of paramount importance to note that I have become a rather sad individual with obviously too much time on their hands to be thinking and writing about this.
But (butt ...geddit), even if someone has made this all up just to take some funny pictures, I salute you, whoever you are Mr I-made-funny-pictures-to-keep-the-world-guessing-but-in-a-coquettish-and-pseudo-voyeuristic-mildly-sexually-alluring-sort-of-way-man, for giving me something to snigger about when I sit alone, at my computer writing this, drinking wine (alone again), safe in the knowledge that there are millions of people sitting on their posteriors doing something not completely disimilar.
Bottoms up...can't think of too many puns (buns...geddit).
I give up.