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Pixelated Privates: The Censorship Towel

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Girl: OH -- I didn't see you there! This is my surprised yet smexy look.
Guy: ...Did I remember to scrub between my buttcheeks for dingleberries?

This is the Censorship Towel from Carmichael Collective (consider it my Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Towel Day post). It makes your privates look pixelated, but only if you're the right shade of peach. Personally, I think it should like four black squares in the middle because BUSHES ARE COMING BACK, BABY. Kidding, I have no clue what's in fashion down there. Braids? Hats? I don't need a Censorship Towel because I'm so hairy it already looks like I have a black censor bar triangle over my junk. "You should dye it orange and turn it into a yield sign." Now THAT -- that might be the most brilliant thing you've ever said to me.

Thanks to Sandy, who don't believe in censorship. Trust me -- if you saw half the naked dudes in the locker room that I have you would.

There are Comments.
  • Ashley Jo Paul

    Yay we's Sims now.

  • Using a Pixelated bath towels will make you look very secured on you sensitive body part. This bath towel type is very good to use in all man and woman because it help to maintain good privacy on your body.

  • Girgear

    Dammit I had an idea like this... only it's on a bikini or swimming trunks.

  • Peter_Pedro

    They missed one dark pixels or two.

  • They pixelated the wrong part of him...they should have done his face.

  • DasFXI

    Someone went on PlayStation Home, saw the pixelated outfits, stole the idea, made a towel.

  • Worst post on Geekologie. How is the geek related? You're better than this GW. C'mon.

  • looks like someone skinned the playercharakter from minecraft.

  • "Our line of Georgia Peach Abstract towels are not selling too well, Bob. What do we do?"

    *Bob goes to bathroom*

    *Bob returns with white powder in his nose"

    "HEY I GOTS ME AN IDEA!!"

  • AWESOME towel!

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