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Bon Appetit: Because There's Nothing Like Advertising What's Below the Belt

Just in time for the foodfest around the corner comes the Bon Appetit belt from Australian-based clothing distributor Made By a Friend of Mine


The belt, created as a spoof of the Moschino Belt (which simply said the brand name instead of "drive thru open 24 hours per day"), is meant to fall low on the hips or be worn high-waisted. It also features an adjustable hole-punch closure, you know, for easy access purposes. 

So if you're looking for a few accessories to make a first impression or to really wow your boyfriend's parents during the holidays, just set aside a quick $250.  

They'll thank you for the red flag later. 

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