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Twins invent wedgie-proof undies

Bullies everywhere beware — a new invention could make it difficult to strike fear into your classmates.

Twin brothers Jared and Justin Serovich, 8, appeared on the Ellen DeGeneres Show last Friday touting “Rip Away 1000,” a pair of wedgie-proof underpants they invented. Combining a pair of boxers with fabric fasteners to hold seams together, anyone wearing “Rip Away” can’t have their underwear pulled up into the painful wedgie.

The brothers, from Columbus, Ohio, came up with the idea while giving each other the treatment one day after school. The invention earned them a spot in a Central Ohio invention competition followed by the television appearance.

13 Comments on Twins invent wedgie-proof undies

  1. interesting

  2. Very smart.

  3. what will people think of next!? pants that could hover!? the invention of wedgie proof underwear is a really weird one

  4. Extreme Rapper // November 5, 2007 at 9:22 pm // Reply

    dont need em NO BULLIES IN MY SCHOOL. :) :D ;) :P :mrgreen:

  5. You Don't Know Me // November 6, 2007 at 7:41 am // Reply

    thank you for inventing these! NO more wedgies for me!

  6. Exterminator // November 6, 2007 at 11:08 am // Reply

    What a strange thing to be famous for. Anyhow, I don’t need them either, I home school! :D

  7. ok thats too weird

  8. Scoutmaster Tuocs // November 6, 2007 at 6:55 pm // Reply

    Cool, all we need now is something so that if people try to make an insult at you that makes stop talking like if they look at. Or that’s what I need. Mabey, anyone else?

  9. i hope they put those tightie-whities on the market! :-)

  10. MAGIC BOY 795 // November 6, 2007 at 9:03 pm // Reply

    Awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  11. Jewish scout // November 6, 2007 at 9:10 pm // Reply

    atleast they of all people are addressing a seemingly funny, but rather seriouse issue. Best wishes

    Yoni,

  12. ha! take that bullies looks like you guys are getting the wedgie

  13. I do home school. I’m not wasetin’ my money.

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