November 29, 2004

Inventive Minds

Young brilliance at its best:

A Texas M.B.A. student was designing a glow-in-the-dark jogging suit when he got distracted.

Now Beau Carpenter is marketing a neon thong that's so far attracted eager customers at a strip club. The Houston Chronicle reports that Carpenter had no trouble enlisting help in his venture from a chemistry lab manager and electrical engineering student.

The GloThongs have batteries that, when fully charged, illuminate the straps for two hours in various neon colors. Customers can use a wall adapter to charge them up, but car chargers are also available.

They'll be available next month and cost about 50 dollars. (Just in time for Christmas).

Posted by: Lawrenkm at 06:33 AM | Comments (3) | Add Comment
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1 It must be awkward in the middle of a performance when someone yells that it is time to charge up the stripper!

Posted by: Brian D. at November 29, 2004 08:00 AM (xE2ov)

2 I'm really surprised that this hasn't been invented before.

Posted by: at November 29, 2004 09:04 AM (tNznv)

3 At least now I know what to get you for Christmas. Whew, mark that big question off the list.

Posted by: Norman at November 29, 2004 04:55 PM (sANa9)

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