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Monokini: Now would that be Tops or Bottoms?

May 3 2004 at 8:47 AM
Michael  (Login mgoodyear)


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I think the term is now embedded as a noun and a verb in a number of European languages.

However theoretically it could mean just the top, or just the bottom.

Bottomkini?

Michael

 
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