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The warm, buttery, gooey diet?

January 26, 2011

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Blog Guy, my friend told me about a big new miracle diet. I’m skeptical because it seems so unusual, but I thought I’d ask you.

FRANCE-FASHION/I’m guessing you mean that Cinnabon Diet.

Yes! That’s it! Does it really work?

It must. Look at the women in these pictures. See how pretty their faces are? Great legs, nice arms…

All they’ve had to eat for six months are swirly, delicious, buttery, warm-from-the-oven Cinnabons. Morning, noon and night.

Gosh, it IS a miracle diet! Still, I can’t help noticing their hips look just a tad, you know…

Sure, you’re bound to have a very slight enlargement of the hips and stomach, and maybe even the butt, when you’re cramming yeasty cinnamon rolls with cream cheese icing down your cake-hole nonstop, day after day.

That’s why these fashion models here are covering up the slight bulges with a professional trick of the trade.

What trick? Tell me!

The classic little black dress. See, you barely even noticed.

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Models present creations by French designer Stephane Rolland as part of his Haute Couture Spring-Summer 2011 fashion show in Paris, January 25, 2011. REUTERS/Charles Platiau

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“Get ‘em while they’re hot! Hot Cinnabons, Haute Couture!”

Do you suppose the dress comes complete with an air pump to inflate the shoulders?

I’m sticking with the frosted donuts from the Goofy Face Museum and Doughnut Shoppe. Same mess, but dress for less:)

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Shoessssss!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  !!!!!!
And that first model has some nerves on her…

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Brilliant, Spin. The Comment of the Day, and it’s only 8 a.m.

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@Spin: I love how your mind works! That was too, two funny.

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The runway model is aggressively territorial. If she feels anyone has stepped within the borders of the area which she has claimed she will put on a dazzling display to ward off the unwanted guest. Here she is now, much like a King Cobra, flattening out her body to appear larger. Watch as she performs the “catwalk swagger”, swinging her hips side to side while placing one foot in front of the other. This is done as sort of a hypnotic dance, and along with her steely gaze will render her foe into a trance-like state. I would say this model is a stunning specimen of the species but by the looks of her she appears to be quite starving. Has anyone got a doughnut to give this poor thing?

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@RB: So Feb is coming, eh? :D

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@Spin – did you just say that the two models had been speyed?

Get that first girl a sammich – maybe even a Luther Burger.

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@fwd: Kindly let me know if Feb. is NOT coming. If the dreaded pandapocalypse/zombie invasion/doughnut loss will occur, I want a big bottle of wine. Maybe, two. Ok, maybe one of the Luther Burgers if I could peel the dougnnut off…

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Woops. Doughnut. Must go have lunch, alphabet soup might help…

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