not gullible wrote: Guest wrote:
Thanks Skankalina. Call me bad but I'm dying to know who the blond is (face covered up) on the Nat Enquirer cover.
Oh-shit that woman needs to cover it up.
What about those bad boob jobs? Rarely is there a boob implant that looks remotely natural without the misshapen balls or bad migration. Those women should just live with their natural sizes. Women's bodies are beautiful with small to big breasts.
Today I watched a bit of Guiliana Rancic's recounting her ordeal in discovering her breast cancer and the initial stages of coping with the diagnosis. (I have to admit I really felt sad for her even though her survival prognosis is excellent.) There's one scene where she is dressing for the Emmy's in a strapless red dress and she's hung up about her cleavage showing. So she's constantly pulling up on her dress which I've learned from a discussion with stylists that is a very tacky (or maybe unsophisticated) act. They say the dress should fit well enough so the dress-wearer never has to worry about tugging up on her dress. I suppose it is akin to constantly pulling out a wedgie.
Anyhow, she gets so frustrated with the constant tugging up of her dress that she begins to hate her breasts. She mentions before she has pride in eating well and exercising to be healthy (which if you ask me, is highly questionable but she definitely has an ass unlike Angie). Now, her breasts are the poor boob implants with the distinct melons sitting atop the rib cage. She's so skinny her implants stretches out the skin - and they are disproportionate to her body frame too.
As she's constantly adjusting her dress in frustration, the actresses standing in wait next to her to be interviewed are both small-chested with still nice figures.
Seeing all those awful boob jobs, it makes you wonder when some women will wise up about their bodies.