Monday, April 07, 2008

Who wants to be a skinny bitch?

Well, evidently Marisa does, since she's not just reading the best-selling diet book, she's so excited about it, she wants me to read it, too.

Skinny Bitchis by a pair of women, Rory Freedman and Kim Barnouin, who are, in fact, skinny bitches.

As evidence of their skinniness, I offer up their pictures.

I will say that, thus far, the book is both snarkier and funnier than the one about sports by Kenny Maynethat I just read.

On the downside, regrettably from Marisa's point of view, I don't particularly want to be a skinny bitch - even if the book differentiates skinny bitches from scrawny bitches.

And, regrettably from the authors' point of view, Marisa got the book from the library.


Stewie said...

While the two women are pretty, I prefer a little meat on my ladies.

Marisa L. B. said...

The book is not really so much about getting 'skinny.' It's meant to be catchy though. "Skinny Bitch" is more than a book, it's a way of life!

Stewie said...

You are probably right (I haven't read the book), but it doesn't change the fact those two could stand to gain some weight. :)

Jewels said...

I've heard of this book. It's nice to know that there are some out there that promote a healthy way of life. But why promulgate the bitch stigma?

I know, I know, eye catching. BTW. the one in pink looks like she might actually have some nice padding, but decided to squeeze medium size ass in a small size body spanx. I'll never get why girls do that. Maybe they like to bring the element of surprise to the boudoir?