October 9th, 2007


According to the Daily Mirror the average size of women's waists has grown seven inches over the past 50 years.

This is clearly good news for guys like me who like a little meat on the bone (and bad news for the fuckweasle shithead asswipe who dumped Rome Girl's best friend four months after marrying her because she "let herself go.")

But, it also gives me a bit of a "Dude, WTF?" moment.

Because while real women may be bigger now than they were 50 years ago, the images that advertising and the media force on them are thinner than they were back then.

Think about it - back when women were skinnier Jayne Mansfield and the like were the feminine ideal. Now when women are actually bigger they are given Kate Moss and other rarely menstruating skeletons.

How did this come to be?

Do ad companies just naturally push the opposite of reality?

Is the media just run by really bitchy gay men who want to torture women?

Do women simply want what they don't have?

What do you think?


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Sorry, Charlie

Charlie Sheen bought a $6,000 anatomically correct latex girl dressed in a cheerleader's outfit. According to an insider, Sheen was quite open about the doll — even bringing it to the set of his old show "Spin City."

But then came the night when, according to our source, Sheen tried to get two female party companions interested in a foursome with the bouncy cheerleader.

"They couldn't stop laughing at him," says the snitch. "Charlie got so mad that he ran the girls out of his house. Then he took a meat cleaver and chopped one of the doll's hands off. He and his bodyguard tried to dispose of it, like it was a real body. They wrapped it in a blanket and drove around in the middle of the night till they found a Dumpster."