SI Illustrated CURVES!!!

Wow, I can’t believe they did it. Thin women have been dominating the Sports Illustrated issue for years and years.  This year, lo and behold, they choose a super curvy 19 year old chick named Kate Upton. She’s all curves. This is no pill popping, cigarette smoking body. This is a girl who will have a beer and wings with you. This is a girl who won’t ask, “Do I look fat in these jeans?” This chick loves her body. You can see it in her face. You can see it in her walk. Christ, she puts on some skimpy lingerie and struts her bidness down some catwalk for all the world to see.  A jiggle there, a jiggle here? Honey badger don’t care. Kudos to SI for celebrating a healthy woman.  You’ll see, however, in these pics she’s a bit “rounder” than in SI. You know they’d have to do some photoshopping. Kate go the coveted “cover shot” and she says she’s thrilled.

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Leslie

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