It's a well known fact that 90 percent of all percentages quoted as fact are made up on the spot, just as it's know that 55 percent of all women suffer from a horrible issue known as camel toe. Furthermore 80 percent of the 55 percent suffering from this have yet to realize that they're about to waste their money on some questionably "important" product to correct this problem they deal with roughly .15 percent of the time during their lifetime.For those who don't know the phrase, it's basically a lady bits- up front wedgie. If you have to ask what that means, you are most likely too young and should return to Hello Kitty's big adventure (don't worry, I like that game too) but this is grown up talk. We're going to be boring you with how marketing plays up a problem and how people suddenly jump on it like good little consuming sheep and think they can't go on in life without the product because they too have the same problem!
The truth is this: camel toe sucks. The inventors of Smooth Groove want to fix it by selling what basically comes out as little more than a sole insert for your undies. Oh, and it's going to cost way more than anything you can make on your own that works just as well, even if you only use it once or twice. Truth is camel toe does not happen often. It's more embarrassing I suppose because of the stigma the west has with lower bits and stands out more because you can see it. Yet nobody seems to be aware when they have a wedgie. Usually heavier people are affected more or again with heavier women, they don't realize their shirt or sweater has not covered their butt, instead it hit the top of their butt and piled up, making their butts look even bigger. But the individual does not see it, and is less likely to think about it.
Men also have issues. They have clothing riding up into places it shouldn't. There was a time when men wore short shorts until they got tired of having it pointed out their wobbly bits had fallen out. How did they fix this? Relaxed fit pants and knee-length cargos. Some still wear the short shorts, but they tend to be the ones you should stay away from anyway. What this is all trying to get to is a simple fact. You don't need to blow money on non-issues. If you have problems in this area, change the undies you wear or the style of pants. Clothes complement the body as much as the body complements the clothes; you can't force it. If it's a rare problem, a swift re-adjust is enough. It's not something to make a big fuss about.