16 July 2009

more coveting

So ... very ... tempted ...



I think that's the sexiest pair of bikini bottoms I've ever seen. And it's on sale ... down from $250 to $90 ... surely that's worth something? Now where did I put my trust fund -- I can't seem to find it anywhere.

Curse you, Agent Provocateur!!

5 comments:

anna and the ring said...

I just bought the swimming costume in the same style. Shush, don't tell anyone. It is super sexy! Now I just need somewhere to where it!

CheapAndEasy said...

I am completely in love with those bottoms. Totally hot!

Mr.Un-Bride said...

The general rule of home mortgage lending is that the down payment is 20% of the mortgage value. Another way to look at it, is that for every dollar spent on the down payment, you will get 4 more dollars from the bank.

Thus, $90 saved by not buying expensive underthings would turn into $360 additional (and $450 total) dollars towards converting a room in our new house into a walk-in closet.

And in case you were wondering why i haven't bought a new video game in months, just wait until you see our entertainment center!

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un-bride said...

@mr-ub: $90 down from $250 = $160 in savings ... which means $640 in actual savings ...

I think that's all my covetting a$$ and I need to say. (ps: You're welcome.)

samantha said...

I just saw something very close to these at one the little botique up here in Htown.. and I think they were $25...

I can go look if you like....