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Tuesday, March 27, 2007

A Thought

First this:














Now this:















If Vogue isn't careful, they're going to make it socially acceptable to eat food again. Maybe even for a whole season.

Thanks to Static Cling for the head's up on the ScarlettJo cover. (Hot for her, not a Vogue reader, in case you're wondering.)

5 Comments:

Anonymous etcetera said...

are we suggesting that scarlet and j-hud have similar bodies? are we suggesting that scarlet is in any way "average" or plump? the woman is still a stick! yes, she's a stick with a rack, which is nice, but come on! if an image of scarlet johanson is supposed to fill me with relief and give me permission to grab Chipotle for dinner tonight, think again! i dont think putting SJ on the cover of vogue signals any relenting in unbelievable body expectations/ideals.

6:33 PM  
Blogger I-66 said...

Dammit.

And here I thought the binge and purge was in this season. Well, guess I'd better un-regurgitate my lunch...

6:35 PM  
Blogger Twoste said...

Wait. Women eat food? Not men's souls? Scarlett looks full of men's souls.
No kidding.
But seriously, women eat food? And it shows? I had no idea.

8:49 PM  
Blogger honeykbee said...

It might be promising, but I'm not going to get my hopes up just yet. Until I see Camryn Manheim on the cover of one of those badboys I'm steering clear of Chipolte.

9:17 PM  
Blogger Static Cling said...

The Bird should link to the article ... or, hell, I'll do it myself ... it's here.

While I agree that Scarlett is not a "regular" sized woman, and has been blessed with terrific genes, a smoking body and ... well, I could go on ... her approach to the expectation of a typical actress is refreshing. She does not adhere to the starving ethos of most actresses, refuses to diet and so on. She is 22, however, so we'll see how long that lasts. But Vogue and other mags have any number of options to put another twig on the cover, so Scarlett is (always) a more appealing option.

2:17 PM  

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