This post is kinda icky, and I’ve just warned you it’s kind of icky, and the title of the post is TMI, which means “Too Much Information” and again, icky in a medical kind of way, and again, I’ve warned you, warned you thrice, so don’t go yelling at me in the comments. You are choosing to continue reading. Also, I’m looking at you young’uns. I know you’re reading because you chat with me on Facebook all, “I love your site. I’m 10.”
A male friend sent me this screen-cap from the Post-Gazette’s website with a note that basically said, “WTF? EWWWW! MY EYES.”
What a thing to encounter as you sip your morning coffee, catching up on the latest in the pension wars.
Ravenstahl. Rudiak. Kunka. Zober. Labia.
Not just plastic surgery. Not a tummy tuck. A butt lift. Botox. Boob job or any other number of less SWEET MOTHER NATURE! procedures. Labiaplasty is the procedure they chose to advertise.
(Told ya I’d work that phrase into my lexicon.)
So, I hunted down that website and read the press release to find in addition to a testimonial from a stripper, gems like this:
- Sometimes, they just want shorter labia lips for themselves or that special someone.
- The final results are a lovelier and less annoying vaginal area.
- With so much media attention, women with enlarged labia now know they are not freaks of nature
Now, don’t scold me. I realize it is a valid medical procedure, but seriously … TMI first thing in the morning on a news site.
Hey, do you guys remember that episode of Friends where Joey became the model for a VD poster? I bet that girl in that stock image is just LOVING that instead of her picture appearing on a lovely ad for perhaps a fall sale at Big Lots, she has become the model representing enlarged labia in Pittsburgh.
Take a note, I will never write the word labia again as long as I live.
It is so written.
P.S. Whatever you do, do not scroll to the bottom and click on “When Lawn Mowers Attack.” You’ve been warned. Again. Thrice.