Out With The Thermal Undies! In With The Anti-Radiation Undies!!   26 comments

Out With The Thermal Undies!

In With The Anti-Radiation Undies!!

Anti-radiation underwear_swimwear

As most people will realise even if they’re not particularly interested in realising, radiation levels near the infamous Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant site in Japan are still unsafe, but surprise, surprise, there have also been concerns that contaminated water might just, possibly, by some remote and wholly inexplicable chance πŸ˜‰ be making its way out of the radio-active hot zone.

However, courtesy of the money grabbing on the back of the nuclear disaster, Japanese company, the Yamamoto Corporation an exciting new range of anti-radiation underwear and even swimsuits are now available to the intrepid N-plant worker and the slightly over-enthusiastic extreme tourist.

Anti-radiation Swimwear Smile

Designed first and foremost for the Fukushima emergency workers still engaged in the unenviable and altogether far too hazardous job of cleaning up the plant, this flattering offering from Yamamoto Corporation will undoubtedly prove a hit with those swimming enthusiasts looking to escape the ice and cold of winter, albeit in a radio-active hot zone, or even those preparing themselves mentally and physically for the 2014 Valhalla Basin Winter Galactic Olympics. (Granted they could have had a similar experience swimming in the Methane seas of Titan, Saturn’s moon, but the enticing prospect of basking in the hot zone around the Fukushima N-plant swimming playfully in its radio-active waters Winking smile is apparently a temptation the Yamamoto Corporation, for reasons best known to themselves, consider too great to endure… well whatever takes your fancy. And extreme tourism can carry its own unique notoriety after all…. Smile

This charmingly styled anti-radiation swimwear range, bearing a close resemblance to a deep-sea diver’s wetsuit is designed to protect the intrepid wearer when they take the plunge and enjoy a nice, hot, full-body dip in the radioactive water Smile is made from a bio-rubber material that contains microscopic bubbles – clever little bubbles and not at all like those you find in your snuggly hot bubble bath… oh no, these are special bubbles and deflect almost 100 percent of beta particles. Could get very hot and sticky in there but then again if you insist in swimming in a radioactive hot zone presumably you don’t care…SmileAnd neither will you mind pretty little price tag for these wetsuits which will set you back Β₯150,000 ($1,078) Surprised smile

Anti-Radiation Underwear

So now you’re all hot under the radio-active collar and ready to rock and roll, next up is the Anti-Radiation Underwear Smile

Yes! Out with the thermal undies and in with the anti-radiation undies! Tastefully styled to protect the lower spine and pelvic area, these 7lb beautieslead infused anti-radiation undies are purpose designed to protect those all-important bits and bobs of you that you really, really really don’t want bombarded with heavy duty radiation Winking smile Of course they could prove a touch impractical…a little weighty perhaps….possibly bordering on the manically bulky side… Winking smile but think of the peace of mind these 7.5 lb. undies will give you Smile Block out the majority of those highly radioactive gamma rays…slam the door completely in the face of all those other lesser breeds of ionizing radiation and worry no more! You are wearing your anti-radiation undies! And they will cost you a mere Β₯80,850 ($829) Surprised smile A mere drop in the radio-active ocean. Smile

Source:  geek.com

26 responses to “Out With The Thermal Undies! In With The Anti-Radiation Undies!!

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  1. Next on the list: Anti-Radiation dog sweaters!

  2. I think this post is topical and so sciencey you should submit for publication in the Journal of Radiation Science (or something). I just made that up. Can you tell? I think Victoria’s Secret needs to come up with a line of radiation repellent sexy undies and bras for the active woman on the go in radiation rich environments. Something French influenced in bold colors. If your going to be irradiated, you may as well do it in style.
    I learn so much from your posts…….and you may notice I enjoy them too!!
    Hugz & chuckles~

  3. I chose you dear friend, please pay it forward with love and kindness, in line with who you are. http://theothersideofugly.com/2013/11/09/another-year-of-honor-as-a-blogger/

  4. They’ll probably market them as weight loss equipment where there are no radiation worries – should sell well, ha ha ha! I suppose comfort wasn’t high on the list of requirements?

  5. You have really reassured me of safe transit through these dangerous waters! Now all I need do is invest in this armor!
    I knew man’s brilliance would come up with something to relieve the anxiety I had. (I like the extra protection where it matters armor)
    relieved, Eddie

    • πŸ™‚ Well yes…I would not like to think you did not have the necessary protection Eddie πŸ˜‰ Such armor is serious necessity if you don’t want to risk the irradiation of your bits and bobs at the most inopportune of moments πŸ™‚ Could be very debilitating! lol but now you have been happily relieved of your anxiety – not good for the bits and bobs either by all accounts πŸ™‚ you should be able to enjoy a nice radio-active swim and stay lovely and hot in the anti-radiation undies πŸ˜€ So glad to have been of assistance πŸ™‚

  6. i agree with Cindy.Now we make fun but who knows.
    Wolfy i wish u a nice peacefull weekend Without Nuclear undies haha.
    the way u sleep says it all

  7. Sigh. I just threw out a perfectly good pair of longjohns, Icewolf, as I thought I wouldn’t need them anymore. I could have kept hold of them and adapted them into my own anti radiation undies if I’d have thought on.

    • Really… I should have thought by now you would know better! They would have been radiating perfection in anti-radiation undies terms! Quick πŸ˜‰ go and rescue them before it’s too late! You don’t want to get any bits and bobs irradiated do you?!!

  8. I think they look a bit on the bulky side but
    for protection I will take ten pairs please πŸ™‚ lmao
    Yes joking again but I have certainly enjoyed
    this posting Icywolfy πŸ™‚ Have a lovely Monday πŸ™‚

    Hey and BTW where did that Satellite land? 😦

    Andro xxxx

    • Errm…that satellite…sorry to have to tell you this but….it landed right in the middle of your hoard of the “Red!!!” It smashed them all to pieces and there’s none left!! Terribly sorry about this bad news lol… please don’t come looking for Icewolfie for compensation! My Icewolfie neck is very well furred at this time of year and a hungry vamp might well break his/her vampy fangs trying to bite through it all πŸ™‚ Toothless Vampy!!! lol πŸ˜‰

      Ten pairs??!!! lol whatever you wish of course…now if you could just let us know your size? (S, M, L, XL, XXL, Just plain ridiculously large and outsize!!! lol) and they will be shipped out to you asap πŸ™‚ Bear in mind they are lead lined undies and swim wear so they will be very heavy…just mentioning it because you will be expected to foot the huge, outrageous postal charge πŸ™‚ From Japan!!!!! πŸ™‚

      • I think the XL will cover everything, erm I mean cover the costs,
        well I am over six foot tall you know and have a few fangs missing,
        you only have to check out some of my videos to see that πŸ™‚ lmao

        Thos satellites are dropping like flies now, so watch out for them, it
        could be in your lair next so be careful. Actually there are Spacemen
        of all origins just itching to land in your back garden, maybe it is an
        Icywolfy thing or perhaps they think that Aliens, Icywolfy’s and the
        odd apple pie and cream could be a tasty dish? πŸ™‚ Oh and ten pairs
        was a bit greedy so just five will do, besides if they are being shipped
        from Japan I will need a Nipon 25-124 x 92 spotting Scope to find it,
        nooooo I mean them, the leaded underwear, cheeky πŸ˜‰

        Have a wicked Friday with lashings of naughtiness Icywolfy πŸ˜‰ πŸ™‚

        Andro xxxx

      • Well yes…I did know you were a rather fine 6ft+ hunk of a vamp lol πŸ˜‰ But a touch toothless?! lol oh dear!!

        Only 5 pairs? πŸ˜‰ Guess 10 XL could be a bit weighty though πŸ˜€ However with that much to protect lol we will probably spot it orbiting in space and mistake it for the international space station!! Its due in my region around 5am according to NASA emails so I’ll try not to confuse the two!! Maybe difficult though given they sound to be of similar size! HoooWWWwwwLooooL!! πŸ˜‰

        I assume the satellites are not a cover story for the XL’s and the protected lol πŸ˜€ I can’t wait for those spacemen to land;) xx

  9. Laughing apart from this excellent post Wolfie, Its so sad that people in Japan are still not totally aware of the mega dangers which are happening out there or the terrible suffering of those with Radiation sickness… This is NOT going to go away or be swept under the Ocean, as many media none coverage is trying to do.. They are far from out of the woods yet as we know, And if those metal rods should melt down then it could be bye bye to a huge portion of Japan..

    I heard that some Polar Bears were seen in the Arctic losing their fur with soars on their skin, Could it be the radioactive waters are having an affect upon them? I need to look into these things further for its very alarming ..
    Sending my thoughts for what they are worth to this part of the world as well of course to the Philippines

    • Actually I think the Japanese people are all too well aware of the dangers they are facing, more so than most given their history of atom bombs being dropped on them. It’s just that the Japanese government and TEPCO are inclined to ignore them where possible and play the dangers down even though they are fooling none of their people.In a sense it already has been swept under the ocean…it doesn’t suit the rest of the world to dwell on it as they want to build more nuclear reactors. I’ve even seen it said by one ill-informed individual here that such things could never happen here as we haven’t got reactors on faultlines and our reactors are much safer than the Russian Chernobyl ones….so there couldn’t possibly be anymore nuclear disasters/accidents….sometimes I want to scream!!!

      The Polar Bears are just one more species suffering unexplained ailments of late…I suspect climate change and the never-ending flow of garbage flowing into our oceans in its various forms has a lot to do with it…but whatever the reason it is one more cause for concern to add to the ever growing list.

      • Let me join you in your screams Wolfie, I find the Human Species so fickle in their understanding of the world.. Nuclear is Poison and when it goes wrong NO ONE knows what to do with it..
        I read that they have stopped trying to get the rods out from the plant in Japan, as one is bent, and the sea water has caused corrosion, So they are scratching their heads as to what to do…
        Its said if it goes it will be ten times that of the Atoms bombs dropped in the past.. The government have allowed people to settle back within 12 miles distance of the Nuclear plant saying its safe!… While people and children and getting nose bleeds etc… a sign of radiation poison..
        Its sad that the world seems to have forgotten their plight!

      • The world is being encouraged to forget as quickly as possible and with so many tragedies occurring in quick succession that is not hard to do. Another forgotten and seemingly very unappreciated people in the Japan N-disaster are the plant workers themselves, risking their health and potentially their lives battling in horrible and hazardous conditions to get the reactor under control. Their efforts and risks seem to attract no interest, thought or respect, and this is terribly sad and wrong, makes me rage sometimes. Without them Fukushima Daiichi N-Reactor would be in such disaster even I do not want to dwell very long on the consequences. People of the world wake up!!!! Give some kind of credit and thanks to those who are working round the clock to make good the clean-up job!!! They are our fellow human beings and they have families too same as the rest of humanity! They should not be forgotten!! We owe them!!!

  10. Fantastic!
    But more seriously – I’m glad you keep returning to Japan nukes. Good to keep an eye on it all.

    • Thanks! And somebody has to keep an eye on the Japan nukes situation or it’s going to get totally ignored, and it’s always good to see just how annoying you can be to the masses who are only to keen to forget it ever happened… πŸ˜‰ I really appreciate your comment πŸ™‚

  11. Lmao! πŸ˜€

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