Cachemir Lingerie Fountain

Lingerie is a term for women’s fashion undergarments. It derives from the French word ‘lin’ for linen. While the term in the French language applies to all undergarments for either sex, in English it is applied only to those women’s undergarments designed to be visually appealing or erotic, typically incorporating materials such as Lycra, nylon (nylon tricot), polyester, satin, lace and/or silk and not applied to functional cotton undergarments.

Manneken Pis (Brabantian for little man wee), is a Brussels landmark. It is a small bronze fountain sculpture depicting a naked little boy urinating into the fountain’s basin. Similar statues can be found in the Belgian cities of Geraardsbergen, Hasselt, Gent and in the North French village of Broxeele.

Penis erection usually results from sexual stimulation and/or sexual arousal, but can also occur by such causes as a full urinary bladder or spontaneously during the course of a day or at night, often during erotic or wet dreams (see “nocturnal penile tumescence”).

Refreshing Brahma beer extinguishes voodoo

Brahma is a Brazilian beer, originally made by the Companhia Cervejaria Brahma which was founded in 1888. The brands are now owned by the Company InBev; formed by a merger between Companhia de Bebidas das Américas AmBev; and Interbrew. It is famous for its innovative advertising which has won many awards at festivals such as Cannes.

In folk-magic and witchcraft, a poppet is a doll made to represent a person, for casting spells on that person (such as healing, fertility, or binding spells). These dolls may be fashioned from such materials as a carved root, grain or corn shafts, a fruit, paper, wax, a potato, clay, branches, or cloth stuffed with herbs. The intention is that whatever actions are performed upon the effigy will be transferred to the subject. This use of poppets is known as “image magic”. They are also known as Poppits and Pippies. Sometimes these dolls are mistakenly called “voodoo dolls”.

Most people don’t like dry food

Wendy’s hamburgers are served as a “Junior” (1/8 pound), Classic Single (1/4 pound), Big Bacon Classic (1/4 pound), Classic Double (1/2 pound), and as a Classic Triple (3/4 pound).

A hamburger (or simply [a] burger) is a food that consists of a cooked patty of ground meat that is fried, steamed, grilled, or broiled, and is generally served with various condiments and toppings inside a sliced bun baked specially for this purpose.

MC Hammer can’t touch Lay’s Potato Chips

Lay’s is the brand name for a number of potato chip varieties as well as the name of the company that founded the chip brand in 1938. Lay’s chips are marketed as a division of Frito-Lay, a company owned by PepsiCo Inc. since 1965.

[MC] Hammer recently performed a self-parody role in a television ad for Lay’s potato chips. Some kids lose their baseball over the fence of a neighbor apparently infamous for not returning lost toys, so they throw him a bag of chips to appease him. He throws back their ball, their dog, a car belonging to one kid’s dad, and MC Hammer, still dressed in golden sparkle shirt and parachute pants. MC Hammer instantly breaks into the chorus of “U Can’t Touch This.” The kids then toss Hammer back over the fence.

Tendercrisp Bacon Cheddar Ranch

Darius Rucker (born May 13, 1966 in Charleston, South Carolina) is the lead singer and rhythm guitarist of the band Hootie & the Blowfish. In March 2005, Rucker portrayed a singing cowboy in a Burger King commercial for the Tendercrisp Bacon Cheddar Ranch sandwich. While humorous in tone, the ad showcases Rucker’s love of country music. The song sung in the commercial was a parody of “Big Rock Candy Mountain”.

The TenderCrisp is a chicken sandwich sold by the international fast-food restaurant chain Burger King. It is one of their larger, adult oriented products made with higher quality ingredients than their “standard” menu items.

My Bridgestone

Bridgestone Corporation (株式会社ブリヂストン, Kabushiki-gaisha Burijisuton) is a Japanese rubber conglomerate founded in 1931 by Shojiro Ishibashi (石橋正二郎, Ishibashi Shōjirō) in the city of Kurume, Fukuoka, Japan. The name Bridgestone comes from a literal translation and transposition of ishibashi, meaning “stone bridge” in Japanese. It is currently the largest tyre manufacturer in the world.

Bridgestone’s first overseas plant since the end of the war was opened in Singapore in 1965, and production was also commenced in Thailand in 1969.

The term rice burner, along with the prefix rice, has taken on an alternate pejorative meaning for an automobile that has been modified to give impression of high performance, but does not necessarily have any high-performance capabilities. This practice is in direct contrast to the “stealth” or “sleeper” style of automotive modification, where a vehicle may have major performance modifications, but the appearance remains similar to that of a stock model. In this manner, the appellation can apply to any vehicle regardless of country of origin. The most commonly modified cars are sport compacts, but the term can apply to any class of vehicle, including trucks.