Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Happiness is... a size 14?

It used to be said that blondes had all the fun. Now it's true that size 14 (which is a 10 or 12 in American sizes) ladies are the happiest and, in turn, must have all the fun. Think about it for a minute. A lady who is a size 10 or 12 can actually enjoy a meal. She isn't confined to having only a salad for lunch. And guys, when you wrap your arms around a size 10 or 12 lady, she doesn't feel like a damn skeleton. There's no sharp objects protruding from her that could mark you with bruises. There's no chance that one of her protruding ribs could puncture your lung.

Then there's the loving. Imagine a life where your hips aren't constantly bruised and jabbed. You don't have to worry about smashing the life out of the poor lady because she's not a damn feather. She has curves and let me just say that curves are good. To all you size 10 or 12 ladies, you are happy and you are actually average. You've got some junk in the trunk and it works because saggy-assed jeans are not a good look. Remember this, when you're eating that tasty piece of chocolate mint ice cream cake, you won't be running to the ladies' room in 15 minutes to puke it up.

5 comments:

VE said...

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Memarie Lane said...

I totally agree with this. I've always been very skinny, no matter how much I eat. I was always dateless while my size 10-16 friends were always in demand. I also got ragged on for my weight all the time, while the only people ragging on my friends were themselves.

Erin Alberty said...

I dropped from a US 10 to a US 6 in a year; nobody but my mom said a word about it or even seemed to notice. I think the world pays way less attention than we suspect. And only frat boys and junior high girls seem to expect normal people to look like models.

Jacki said...

I sometimes wish I weighed more than just the 100 lbs I weigh now, especially when it comes to curves. I don't do it on purpose, I love to eat, I just never gain weight.

However, in my defense, I don't have protruding ribs or hips or anything. I am one of those rare women that has a very small bone structure. Even though I am thin, I don't look anorexic.

But yeah, I really hate reading in fashion and gossip magazines that a woman has "porked out" to a size 6. That is not fat!

spleeness said...

so refreshing to hear this from a guy! Especially as I curl up with a cookie in front of my reader...