Girls + Overeating = Bad

Oh Man. This is America at its’ finest.  American girls used to be some of the hottest on the planet…You’ve got the old school Cheryl Tiegs and Christie Brinkleys. Then you had the Kathy Irelands and the  Cindy Crawfords. Even your average girl walking down the street looked pretty good. These days, with our sloth like society, driving our fat lazy asses everywhere, nuking food, drive through food, processed food, refined food, food in a box, food in a can, food in a wrapper, food devoid of any nutritional value…things, to put it mildly, have changed. People will, generally, go for what’s easy and pleasing to their taste buds. That is, clearly, evident with these photos. What makes them more troublesome is that the girls were actually pretty. They had relatively nice features. Now, they’re just one of  those girls “with a pretty face” or worse….a nice personality. My question to them is – how the hell do you allow yourself to go from being the hottest girl on campus to one of THESE??? You’d think they’d sort of “miss” their hottness.  I’m guessing they probably do, but they’d rather do nothing about it due to sheer laziness.

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Leslie

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