Thursday, October 02, 2008

Too much too much

Saw a woman this week who literally turned heads. And not only those of men but those of women as well. The reason? Gravity defying breasts, the size and shape of actual bowling balls. Clearly cubic zirconia or rather fakes. I mean it was so bad that one lady walking along the street, staring back to take in the spectacle almost walked right into yours truly.

Now I'm sure the holder of the boulders thought she was the ish. I mean what with all that head turning and almost causing accidents an all but it should be noted that there is a fine line between spectacular and spectacle and sorry but the blow up doll look is not hot.

On another note, Fall fashion is always so interesting and diverse. Some people just cant come to terms with the change in weather and cling to their summer garb. That and the fact that we all feel cold differently (especially since many of Toronto's inhabitants originated in some very diverse locals) lead to sights like two individuals walking down the street with one in a t shirt and the other with a leather jacket and scarf or one in shorts and the other bundled up in a leggings and a pea coat. Would almost lead you to believe that we all have individual portable weather devices that we can control our personal environments with.

Then there was the lady I saw outside smoking yesterday. Wrapped up tight tight with a scarf around her neck yet wearing the flimsiest of camisoles (thank you for that word Miss Smith) with all her arms, shoulders and chest all exposed. Go figure.

10 comments:

Empath said...

Spectacle fo troot. Her back must pain her a lot.

GC (God's Child) said...

nothing wrong with cubic zirconias if you want to style--they just have to be small enough to be believable

Ruthibelle said...

I have a friend who has real, really big breasts that give her backaches... I sincerely hope that woman you saw wasn't like my friend and/or doesn't end up like her... cause them back pains aint no joke!

LOL@the thin line between spectacular and spectacle

Abeni said...

Oh the prize we pay for beauty. :)

Ardean said...

i haven't broken out the 'fall' jacket yet, even though it was freezing! today. but that's only because i drive to work and only have to freeze the 30 seconds it takes to walk inside

Will said...

i was once walking down a street in london, in the winter, with some friends - we were on our way to a piano bar i think... anyway, one of my friends was walking behind us... the reason? she was wearing very little clothing, a sombrero-sized hat and stilettos... we kept hearing her mutter: "beauty is pain, beauty is pain"... guess it is...

fake boobs that cause minor objects to form an orbit around them are so 80's porn, don't you think? not at all like the neo-feminist porn of today...

Mighty Afroditee said...

I have a collegue who is a saze 1 with double d boobies. As woman, you cant help but stare, for they just look soooo wrong. Disproportionate. But, she is also a man magnet. Some fellas does love the 'gaudy' look, and she does love the attention.

I always find the cold to be so...unsexy. Unshaved legs, thin hair, shapeless bodies. I guess this is one reason why people hang on to summer for dear life. Over ya'so in the Caribbean, I bundle up in my sweater and jacket when it hits 69 degrees. Mi body cant tek the cold at'all!

dalia said...

we were talking about zirconium yesterday! i met a girl once whose breasts were SO spectacular, that i complimented her on them.

i think i'll blog about the experience! :)

bad fakes are like lettuce in the teeth of a stranger: you can't say anything, but damn, you can't stop staring!

Jacqueline Smith said...

"thank you for that word Miss Smith"

My pleasure, didn't think it would come in handy so soon. I'm ok with Jackie.

Miz JJ said...

I have a friend who just got some spectacle causing breasts. They are huuuuuge on her tiny frame. She looks like a porn star, but she likes that look and is constantly showing them off.