Chopstick Bra By Triumph Japan Is Environmentally Friendly

Posted: Nov 8 2007, 2:36am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:45am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
Chopstick Bra by Triumph Japan is environmentally friendly
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Japanese Triumph shows a Bra that has cups that look like a bowl of rice and a bowl of miso soup and with side pouches to hold chopsticks.

The 'My Hashi' (my Chopsticks) is aimed at a new trend of Japanese carrying their personal chopsticks around to avoid using disposable sticks. The new trend is of course a great thing and saves lots of trees. Whether or not this bra is really a smart solution for carrying around chopsticks is of course highly questionable. How would women take them out at the lunch table without causing all males in the restaurant stare at her?
Via this AFP story on Yahoo!. See more photos of the My Hashi Bra on EastDay (Chinese).

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