Worried that your naughty bits will get damaged in an explosion? Then you need to go ahead and spend $95 on a pair of these brightly colored undies. They're lined with enough Aramid fabric and kevlar to keep things safe.
Theft of underwear and jeans must be a pretty big issue for Wal-Mart stores considering that the company wants to track each garment using RFID tags. All that stands in this plan's way is some itsy-bitsy privacy concerns.
So these are some Halloween costumes from Japan that have front-mounted, alternative-universe, male packages in the form of a banana, worm, bouquet of flowers or matchstick. What makes this funny is that I'm pretty sure Japan doesn't even celebrate Halloween. I wonder if they can custom-make these things. I can…