|Absolutely nothing is being insinuated here, sort of. . .|
OK, let's be brutal. It's a question of where one wants her fat distributed or what compromises one is willing to make when confronted with the dilemma.
|How about a nice pair of Spanx to lift and support these cheeks so we can leave the other pair in peace?|
Recently I interviewed one of the rock stars of plastic surgery who told me, "fat equals youth." He was, of course, talking about the face. Many of his patients syphon-off fat from other parts of their bodies (maybe their derrieres) to inject in their faces to give them back some of that baby plumpness in the cheek area. Like lots of other body parts, even those cheeks start to head south.
While we were on the subject of saving face, he said he admired French women because they understand "balance" in most areas of their lives. They tend not to be yo-yo dieters, he said, which means their faces are not constantly being stretched in and out. (I'm paraphrasing.) But he did add that being too thin is not a good thing.
|Don't you sometimes wish everyone would just leave us alone?|