MY BUTT IS BIG
AND ROUND LIKE THE LETTER C
AND TEN THOUSAND LUNGES
HAVE MADE IT
BUT NOT SMALLER
AND THAT'S JUST FINE.
IT'S A SPACE HEATER
FOR MY SIDE OF THE BED
IT'S MY AMBASSADOR
TO THOSE WHO WALK BEHIND ME
IT'S A BORDER COLLIE
THAT HERDS SKINNY WOMEN
AWAY FROM THE BEST DEALS
AT CLOTHING SALES.
MY BUTT IS BIG
AND THAT'S JUST FINE
AND THOSE WHO MIGHT SCORN IT
ARE INVITED TO KISS IT.
JUST DO IT.
American Road Cycling would
have preferred merely posting a link to this wonderful Nike ad found
in Sept. 05 issue of Jane Magazine, but the ad itself was not
repeated online verbatim, and the great butt photo which accompanied
the above text in the magazine is nowhere to be found on the web
site. Even though navigating a
little deeper into the site found related material, the woman
proved to have a big belly as well as a big butt. Not surprising.
American Road Cycling chooses
not to support the current trend widespread in advertising which
purports to accept larger body parts, but which in fact only
acquiesces to the obesity epidemic in the United States and panders
to the wishful thinking of those most afflicted.
Get this straight, fat ain't funny.
All these new generation ads for the larger have been
carefully constructed and orchestrated to make you think your fat
ass is acceptable, but it ain't.
On the other hand, here's the big eye
opener showing just how much editing is being done to the
images you have probably come to believe are photos of real humans.
Go to the web site of:
Click on the thumbnail photos, then
roll your cursor over the full size images to see the original
photos that the finished versions were painted from.
While Madison Avenue may ultimately
make a few bucks off the bandwagon effect of wishful thinking people
who maintain a lackluster lifestyle, the truth of the matter is that
FAT is never going to be attractive. A few million years of
evolution forbids it.
Obviously ten thousand lunges are not
nearly enough, especially if done while snacking on...well, anything
bought in a restaurant.
Somewhere between obesity and anorexia is health. Get on your bike and go find it.