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That's a nice design. I've seen all kinds of inflatable clothing, and even superheroine costumes (think Sailor Moon's shoulder and hip puffy rings), but those puffy curvy stripe things look quite nice.
Really? I dunno, maybe on a regular woman it might look better, but on that anorexic skeleton of a woman, and with that old-lady-gone-wrong hairdo, all it reminds me of is some octogenarian silent-film star recluse with saggy skin in all the wrong places trying to recapture her glory days. About as unattractive as they could make it (IMHO).Maybe we'll see it on a healthy model at some point in time, where the inflatable sections will accentuate the curves, as opposed to being the only curves on the model to begin with.Steve M
I like art deco, but the 1970's are dead and need to remain dead. They need to lose that hairstyle.
Steve M sounds fat. The model is lovely.
Really? Personal infantile attacks? I expected better. That said, look at her arms, elbows, wrists, hands. That honestly looks like a healthy weight for a grown woman to you? No wonder so many people suffer from anorexia and other eating disorders.I don't think the model pictured is anorexic herself, but I would definitely say that she is well on that side of the two extremes (like so many models, unfortunately).I was merely commenting that given her mal-nourished appearance, crazy frizzy hair, and emphasized hips (with a 'wrinkly' design due to the inflatable rings) and art-deco style, she comes off a bit cadaverish to my eyes, and thus it is not a particularly attractive look for what could have been a nice outfit.Steve M
Do you buy sticks of butter to individually unwrap and eat, or go straight for the jumbo tub?
No, I prefer a direct lard IV, thank you very much. I found it's harder to purge one's food after bingeing that way.And since you're not actually responding to my questions (such as if you think that really is a healthy weight/body type for the average adult woman), I think we can safely call this particular discussion done (as I suspect it was before it even started). Thanks for the interesting look into body issue psychology, however, Anonymous.Steve M
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