HomeHumorNow That's What I Call Engineering! Now That's What I Call Engineering! KateSDA May 12, 2004 Humor 7 Comments Being a bikini engineer may not pay as well as other specialties, but the benefits are great! Boston Globe Opens Mouth, Inserts Foot Up To Hip Someone Who Should Know Better Share this:FacebookTwitterRedditEmailMoreLinkedInPinterestPrintTumblrPocket Related Posts Gallows Humor Bet this guy is embarrassed (or maybe not) Explaining "News" to the AP About The Author KateSDA 7 Comments Paul May 12, 2004 stupid me- I went electrical – Dummy Dummy Dummy CGHill May 12, 2004 What’s holding up that blue top? Surface tension? Anti-gravity rays? City ordinances? Perspiring minds want to know! Fritz May 12, 2004 A few years ago, I read an article that was specifically about ridiculous bikinis that had been designed over the years. One of them was very similar to this backless number. It was an early design from the late 1960s. The bra has to be attached with adhesive. Imagine gluing something on like that and going to the beach. You’ll never see this outside of a catalog and it isn’t something that would make a great gift for your female partner, guys. She’ll show it to her girlfriends for a laugh, but it won’t ever get worn — even in private. This is NOT sexy! Removing it would be like taking off a Bandaid. “Ouch! Honey, that hurts…stop! The tape is stuck to my nipple! Now I’ve got a headache!” McGehee May 12, 2004 If I were on that beach, she wouldn’t need adhesive to hold it up. My luck would do the trick nicely. She’d be able to play volleyball, do jumping jacks or cartwheels — it would never budge. Until I looked away. Fritz May 12, 2004 McGehee, it is the same kind of luck that ensures that I’ll be standing in the beer line at a game when I hear the deafening roar of the crowd and the announcer say, “That’s an all-time record, folks! You’ll never see a play like that again in your lifetime!” Clay May 13, 2004 If I would have stayed in school……………………… wheels May 14, 2004 I just wish we’d had benefits like that back when I was working for a company that made ultrasonic breast scanners.