Definition of the word: Lumi-Silk
Lumi-Silk - A fine, artificial fabric spun directly from the thorax of robo-silkworms. The cloth is a bit passť at this point, but enjoyed a lengthy introduction to the fashion world due to its vibrant colors and interchangeable texture chips that allow the sum surface of any garment fabricated to display any number of complicated displays. The cost has come down in recent decades, and as such, lesser trollops have employed its wondrous and wily properties to exhibit displays of a decidedly more alluring and less sophisticated nature. Many texture chips use translucency to magnify the image by offering periodic gaps in the shimmering images that highlight what sultry curves may lie beneath. Sadly, however, this has led to further complications because many of the wearers of lumi-silk do not actually possess said curves, but opt instead to ďdisplayĒ them instead, further confusing and complicating male attempts to ascertain the quality of physicality that may or may not indeed lie beneath.
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See also: chinos,