Bikini, a modern term for the women’s classical antiquity is one of those things in the world that could capture the heart of any man and kill him from a distance. Yeah, ‘kill them from a distance’. Ask any guy, and he’d tell you how they fell in love with the energy

 

#1 Few people know that bikinis get their name from the hydrogen bomb testing that was conducted at Bikini Atoll in the South Pacific.

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#2 One of the most expensive swimsuits in the world is bikini which has worth in USD $30 million. It is designed by Susan Rosen and Steinmetz Diamonds. This particular swimwear is made up of 150 carats of flawless diamonds set in platinum.

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#3 The world’s largest bikini parade was held in November 2009. More than 287 women participated in the parade who were only clad in bikinis that hardly left anything to imagination. All of this was done in order to intentionally catch the attention of South African people and spread awareness about Breast cancer.

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#4The bikinis were banned on French Atlantic coastline, Spain, Italy, Portugal and Australia. Initially, it was banned from some of the US states like Florida as well.

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#5There’s a special swimsuit known as a Burqini that preserves Muslim modesty.

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#6There is a sport called Extreme ironing which involves people diving with swimsuits underwater to iron the clothes.

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#7Swimsuits now can be made from UV-protective fabrics. The suits can offer 50+ UPF, blocking up to 98% of the sun’s rays.

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#8 In the year 2009, it came out that the USA spent almost $4.3 billion (almost 400 million) on purchasing bikinis. Amusingly, it is more than the GDP of Barbados.

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#9 Only women’s beach in Egypt which is far away from the lewd and lustful eyes of men and camera lenses. It’s a place for Muslim women where they can replace their long costumes with bikini without feeling they’re sinning.

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#10As of today, we live in a world where Swimsuit aren’t prone to any skin disease and tans, as they’re now manufactured using the UV-resistant fabric that blockages upto 98% of sun’s rays.

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