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Something tells me plants aren’t the only supplement these bodybuilders enjoy.
I don’t know much about vegetables or bodybuilding – all it takes is one look at me to confirm that. But, a lifetime of Barbies and action figures has taught me how heads are supposed to fit on a body.
Yes, a lifetime. I was a trouble child/teenager/adult.
Thanks Leslee for the find.
As a sort of cross-promotion, Lady Speed Stick got the only model with hands so large that she needs to use deodorant between her fingers.
I high-fived this model once. With enough time and physical therapy, the doctor says I’ll regain the use of my right arm soon.
Thanks Chanas. You can see the original on Colgate’s site.
A minute amount of perfume should be applied on the wrists, but you may need a bit more to accommodate the two-feet of raw muscle that make up a lady’s dainty neck.
I know I should keep my criticisms in the realm of Photoshop disasters, but let’s all take a moment to appreciate the original naming scheme Victoria’s Secret’s marketing department managed. They’re likely the same people who decided to transplant a weightlifter’s neckline onto this model.
Thanks Rafael. You can see the original on the VS site.
This model’s face isn’t the only area that has had some serious work done.
High-belted fashion is all about creating an hourglass figure. Photoshop fashion is about twisting the human figure until it’s impossible to determine how the figure remains standing.
Thanks David! You can see the original on ModelMayhem (Slighly NSFW)
High-belted fashion trends have lead to some confusing proportions in today’s models.
The light-blasted silhouette makes this model look extra-skeletal, but the hands on the hips are what draw the eye to the real disaster. There’s less thigh in a 20-piece bucket of chicken.
Thanks Maria. You can see the original on the Ann Taylor Facebook page.
A bride will often shed a few pounds to fit into her wedding dress, but rarely do they go this far to tighten their waistline.
Remember ladies, a lot of dresses have a train that follows the bride as she walks down the aisle. The use of stilts to make the dress fall evenly to the floor is discouraged. It’s also hilariously dangerous – which are the two adjectives that I hope describe my special day.
Thanks Lee. You can see the original on InWeddingDress.