Saturday, April 4, 2009
Women (and Wonderbra) Support National Cleavage Day in South Africa
Drooling at cleavage displayed for good cause
April 07 2006 at 03:38PM
By Rivonia Naidu
Men across the province were distracted on Friday as thousands of KwaZulu-Natal women displayed their cleavages in support of National Cleavage Day (NCD).
Wonderbra brand manager Samantha Paterson said NCD was designed to celebrate women's independence and power in all facets of life, from their careers to their relationships to their own destiny.
"It gives women a chance to be beautiful and glow in the furtive, yet appreciative, glances their cleavage evokes from men," she said.
If you did not get the opportunity to show off your cleavage on Friday, you still have tonight to wear those V-neck shirts, deep plunging strappy and halter-neck tops.
NCD celebrations started early on Friday morning when women "strutting their stuff" in Edgars, Foschini and Truworths at La Lucia Mall, Gateway Shopping Centre and the Pavilion handed out free Cosmopolitan magazines to customers.
Another activity planned for Friday night is the mega-party at Billy the Bums in Windermere.
Paterson promised if you are found wearing a wonderbra, a free G-string will be yours.
Cafe Vacca Matta are also throwing a Las Vegas party, sponsored by Jack Daniels, and will be giving away lots of prizes.
One competition at Cafe Vacca Matta is the "Best Cleavage".
So, ladies, head out and indulge and celebrate being a "true South African woman".
Shortly after the announcement, South African embassies worldwide reported a sharp increase in inquiries from men wanting to find out what the requirements are for immigration to South Africa.