Thursday, March 31, 2011


Mens' athletic supporters come from France. Various inventions had been tried to help mens' anatomy to remain stable while they were riding horses, but nothing was effective. A clever farmhand, searching for a solution, devised the idea as an adaptation of mens' braces (known in the US as suspenders). This adaptation was an immediate success. He left the farm, and began a business. What is important is his name: Jacques Strappe.

And remember....
Laissez les bon temps rouler!
And as always, thanks for listening!


Kattytrick said...

Interesting! Makes sence to me,and I've learned something new! This reminds me of another product, but for different-yet-simmilar reasons.

The T V ad is for "Your Baby Can Read". An early development learning system, developed by Dr. A. Tetsir for his newborn baby girl...Who he named Alicka...Okay, so she will have this wonderful headstart towards brilliance...And thank God for that because that poor child will have to go through life with the name Alicka Tetsir! WHAT the hell was that "smart" daddy thinking!?...Thanks for letting me share that. It's been bothering me!

jack69 said...

Okay so much for the support of athletic balls.

Is this an april fools joke? LOL

Take care there is a spring in Michigan, unless today is an April's fool joke.

Sherry & Jack

Missy said...

LOL well, the name fits ;)


Jimmy's Journal said...

I knew a girl who was an athletic supporter....she always donated time to the team.


natalie said...

umm ho ho!
I hope you have agreat holiday weekend!