Look trim and fit in one easy peasy step

You want to know what will reduce your thighs, tighten your bum, and firm up your waistline? Here’s the simple solution: the perfect pair of jeans (PPJ), or even better –several.

jeansThe PPJ will not only give you your dream shape, but it will actually prevent jiggling of any extra flesh below the waistline. To the outsider, who knows nothing of your fatty bits, blemishes and stretchmarks, you, in that pair of jeans are the ideal woman. The best part is also that you need no longer be afraid to hug a friend or crossover your legs. Your thighs look taut and fit, and they are exactly that, to the touch. Bending, crouching, tiptoeing etc. you look as graceful as a ballerina, and everywhere you go, there’s an eye on your suddenly raised and contained bottom. Seriously –what more could you ask for? Still, it must be the PERFECT pair of jeans, purposefully bought after approval from no less than 3 people, counting: the vendor (who will always agree, as s/he wants to sell), your three best friends, and yourself.

If you are tall and thin (as some of us love to picture ourselves… mentally) go tighter, and make sure that the length goes no higher than your lower ankle. Straight cut or Skinny Jeans are trendy and will accentuate and compliment your shape, if you aren’t built like an ironing board (in which case you should go looser/longer with your top.)

The two things a girl must have? A good bra and the perfect pair of jeans. You can bet your bottom dollar on it.

If you are slim to medium, go tighter on the jeans, and fitted on your top –let your shape show!
If you are short and fat, go fitted or a little looser, and please internalise that you are NEVER to buy Skinny jeans. Find a Boot cut or a flare. If you have a sizeable balcony (if you know what I mean) enjoy a lower (NOT ‘Low’) cut top (always making sure that the twins are securely contained) loose and flowing to diminish stomach and hip bulges. Finally, slip on comfortable heels to complete the package’s feminine perfection.


If you are very fat and you’re working on it, buy the PPJ of your dreams, and keep it somewhere you can glance at it and encourage yourself every time you feel deprived or tired. If, on the other hand, you are very fat and have decided to own it –buy a fitted pair of non-stretch jeans, and GO girl!

The two things a girl must have? A good bra and the perfect pair of jeans. You can bet your bottom dollar on it.


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  1. M_S July 29th, 2011 at 3:37 pm

    The economical pressure behind expensively developed GMOs must be huge. So if seed producing enterprises see a chance to distribute their products in Africa, and get revenue from the disposal and the licences out of the poor farming system there, why shouldn’t they be interested? It’s a market. But as the article says, I don’t think it really solves the problem. Also, longterm consequences of using genetically modified organisms are still not clear. There are good reasons for banning MON 810.

  2. M. Duchscherer August 4th, 2011 at 11:16 am

    And just an adding point in the running debate
    about GMO: The discussion about GMO should be balanced and not be
    overheated. But beside the German ban on genetically
    modified maize crops in 2009 also the
    GM potato is still on experimental status in Germany. And for that there
    are more reasons then only a stomach feeling by politicians and
    scientists. Especially the problem with licencing and patents is
    threatening a sustainable farming. Farming with GM crops is combined
    with the idea of big scale farming. Beside environmental threats, just
    think about the economical implications. Who will benefit of this GMO
    system and who will be trapped? If the big agro-enterprises get a
    multiple of profits by selling the crops for bioethanol production
    instead of selling maize for consumption, do you really think that these
    enterprises discover their philantropist side and develop the food
    sector? They are interested in a sustainable crops production. But the
    question is: How do these enterprises define sustainability?

  3. Timothy October 22nd, 2012 at 6:22 pm

    Cool stuff… Parapet cleaners


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