Gold Bracelets For Kids - Tri Color Gold Bangles
Gold Bangle Bracelets
Our Gold Bangle Bracelets will make a bold fashion statement for a number of costumes and outfits. You can wear them as a set or stacked with other bangles for a chic and glamorous style! This bracelet set comes with 50 pieces of gold-tone bangles for a variety of options. The 50 piece set of Gold Bangle Bracelets makes a great adornment for Egyptian, Gypsy, 80s, Arabian Belly Dancer, 60s hippie, 70s disco and Spanish or Mexican costumes. Costume jewelry is a great way to bring more detail to your character.83% (13)
Parents Beware : Now, kids find a sex game!
''Shag bands'' a rage among Brit kids as young as 7 (Getty Images) Now, kids find a sex game! Brit kids, as young as seven, are increasingly shopping for "shag bands"- cheap plastic bracelets with different colours, referring to various sex Acts. Available for just 1 pound on any High Street, the shag bands have become the latest craze among students, and horrified parents across the country. The different colours - black, blue, red, pink, purple, orange, yellow, green and gold - show how far the little pupils will "go" if propositioned, from a kiss to full sex. Kids chase each other around schools, and, if they break the band off the wearer's wrist, the wearer has to offer the physical act that corresponds to the colour of the band. "A yellow band is the best because all it means is you have to hug a boy. An orange means a love bite and purple is a full-on snog," The Sun quoted a 12-year-old girl as saying. "If a boy breaks a pink band, a girl has to flash her boobs, a red band means you have to give him a lap dance and a blue is some sort of oral sex. The black means you have to go all the way with a boy. "A gold band is the most important and means you have to do all of the above. They are pretty rare, so if you find a gold band in a shop, you have to get your mum to buy it. "I don't think parents have any idea what the bracelets mean because all the kids at my school wear them and don't get told off," she added. And if this is not enough, those who do not wear a bracelet are looked down by their peers, while they get respect for wearing the more daring black and gold ones. Parents, who happen to know about the trend, are disgusted with the promiscuous behaviour their kids are indulging in. While some schools and parents have confiscated the bands, many are still unaware of the meaning behind the bracelets. Another shocking craze many parents are oblivious to is "rainbow parties" - booze and drug-fuelled gatherings where girls wear bright lipstick of different colours to leave their "mark" on boys while giving them oral sex.Egyptian Blue and Gold
$10.00 When I was a kid, I was really into King Tut and all things pharaohs and Egypt. I wanted to be part of excavations and archaeological digs, finding lost treasures! At the time we were living in Germany. Our family would often go to bazaars held on base. I'm a little fuzzy on the details, but I remember my parents buying these beautiful paintings on papyrus. They even purchased a small one for me. It was the bust of King Tut's burial headdress. The painting was gorgeous - all lapis blues and gold. That's what this bracelet reminds me of - those bold colors. Blue glass, faceted rounds coated to shine! Each round is separated by a gold glass seed bead. The clasp is understated, a gold tone magnetic. The bracelet is approximately 7.5 inches long.
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