Available this Christmas for the first time ever — and only from Canada, of course — comes what their creator calls Vaginaments. They are Christmas ornaments fashioned after vaginas. They sell for nearly $20.
“Each vaginament is my own design, and each is endearingly cut, assembled, and entirely stitched by hand in my dining room in Burlington, Ontario, Canada.” the Etsy shopkeeper says.
They come in a variety of colors and apparently are flying off the virtual shelf.
Christmas ornaments face few if any rules in tradition. A turn toward the bizarre seemed assured when electricity was introduced to the Christmas tree in the late 1800s. But this is clearly taking Christmas decorating to an all new personal level.
We can only imagine the conversations these will ignite at the typical family Christmas party. “Oh, what a lovely Christmas tree! I just love the colorful water drop ornaments, how festively creative you are!”
“Uh, those aren’t water drops.”
“They aren’t? What are they?”
What Grandma says from there can only be imagined.
An old-timey newsman with an eye for the ladies, Harold Starr brings decades of experience from southern North Dakota where he worked for years as the editor of the Herald Star in the city of Flasher, ND (we kid you not). He reports on Christmas Lifestyle, Culture and anything having to do with women, his proclaimed specialty.
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