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Do you love to wear thongs, but are troubled every week by the costly dry cleaning bill that is so unavoidably connected to the high riding under-garment? No, probably not, unless you are a thong wearer who is often involved in strenuous exercise, or are somehow allergic to toilet paper, of course.
The point is, the very notion of a disposable thong may seem ridiculous or downright thwrong, but, there is actually many a use for the one-use-thong. There is the obvious application, being the use of the garment in a situation in which it may be ruined, and so a posh, or fancy-wear thong is just too valuable to expend. Examples being for fancy dress to a paint party, a sumo-mud-wrestling tournament, or simply spring cleaning. I have had these thongs covered it in paint, mud and dust to my buttocks content, and simply disposed of them afterwards, without feeling guilty. There are also the less obvious uses. For example, the thongs will make a respectable water balloon catapult, or cat's cradle, and several can be balled together to make an expensive alternative to yarn for your cat. I have even been known to use disposable thongs as accessories to fashionable outfits, creating stylish necklaces or bracelets.
However, the point of all this information is that a one-wear thong is just that. If you want a extravagant thong, with bells and flashing lights, that plays the 'thong song' (pictures of me in mine can be found here: www.meinmythong.co.uk/bryan-in-flashing-thong), then this product is not for you. But, if you are the kind of person who, when you wear a thong, you really wear that damn thong, to the point that it can never be worn again- then here is a cheap alternative that just happens to fit your criteria perfectly.