Boohoo's V-Neck Ruched Front Thong bodysuit has got many people confused.
Boohoo's V-Neck Ruched Front Thong bodysuit has got many people confused.

‘Disturbing’ bodysuit goes viral

THE internet is losing it yet again over another "fashionable" piece of clothing.

Following in the footsteps of the V-string bikini trend, is a bodysuit that adopts a similar "front wedgie" design and mums are not happy about it.

Taking it to parenting site Mumsnet, one woman uploaded a photo of the $11 Boohoo attire alongside the caption "To think this is the most bizarre item of clothing?"

After explaining that the ad popped up on her Facebook page, she went on to say that she understands body suit trends "but surely this would result in being split entirely in two, or the worlds worst front wedgie".

 

 

Boohoo's V-Neck Ruched Front Thong bodysuit has got many people confused.
Boohoo's V-Neck Ruched Front Thong bodysuit has got many people confused.

It didn't take long for other mums to jump on-board and also express their concerns over the sky-high front split.

"That is disturbing on so many different levels," said one woman
"Boohoo indeed! Eyes watering just looking at that crime against humanity," another said.

"'Clothes to make you feel like you, but better', it says. I can 100 per cent guarantee that monstrosity would not make me feel like a better me."

The long-sleeve V-Neck Ruched Front Thong bodysuit has a generous amount of material until you get below the belly button in which one mum described it as "taking front wedgie to another level."

 

It comes in three other colours.
It comes in three other colours.

 

However, out of the four coloured options, it seems as though the white bodysuit was the only one to lack proper coverage - the others look reasonable.

But unsurprisingly other mums couldn't help but mock the unique design with one woman saying, "I actually snorted, proper inhale-snorted with laughter at this!"

 

Surprisingly, the $11 item has sold out in all sizes in white, except for 14 in Australia.
Surprisingly, the $11 item has sold out in all sizes in white, except for 14 in Australia.

"Her f**ny lips have been photoshopped out," one commenter wrote.

Another woman compared it to an image of a pole engulfed by a tree trunk, while others labelled it as "vulval floss".

Safe to say, none of these woman will be risking a front wedgie in the name of "fashun".

 

 

… and a lot more generous with material.
… and a lot more generous with material.
… and also in the UK.
… and also in the UK.


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