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Liquid Lapdance Might Be the Best Invention Since the Pole

The Las Vegas lapdance is arguably the greatest invention in the history of humankind. It’s difficult to imagine this time-honored form of entertainment could be improved upon, but the folks at Liquid Lapdance appear to have done just that.

Liquid Lapdance undergarments, you see, enhance the lapdance experience. These special underwear look like regular underwear, but with a latex extension in front. They provide for a smoother experience (lap dances can be abrasive, even causing injury), provide extra room and provide discretion in case of a happy ending.

And the team at Liquid Lapdance pretty much guarantee there will be, or your money back.

Having a Las Vegas blog is a tough job, but somebody’s got to do it.

Perhaps not surprisingly, Liquid Lapdance pants were invented by a group of friends in Las Vegas.

At this moment, you’re likely to fall into one of two categories: You either think this product is disgusting, or you think it’s the greatest thing ever. We’re sort of straddling the two, if you know what we’re saying.

One pair of Liquid Lapdance pants are $19.95, three-packs are available for $36, and there’s a “Bachelor Party Pack” of 12 for $99.

Please don’t mistake these for food packets during your next space voyage.

Because wives and girlfriends might not necessarily embrace the brilliance of this leap forward in lapdance technology, the Liquid Lapdance team even had the foresight to provide the option of having their product disguised, called a “Stealth Pack,” to make home delivery drama-free. See below.

This sort of makes them seem adorable.

Liquid Lapdance can also be delivered directly to your hotel room. Hey, it’s Vegas, just about everything can be delivered directly to your hotel room.

Vital Vegas is here to give you everything you need to make the most of your Las Vegas visit, and we figure this qualifies!

You can find out more about Liquid Lapdance at their official site. Note: It’s very grindy, so probably not safe for work. Unless you work somewhere completely cool, of course. Take a look.