Why bother with creams, potions and voodoo chemicals that don't deliver be proud of the skin you're in that shows you've lived because in the end you'll be saggy and baggy with old age anyway.
Windsmoke; that's true. But nobody wants the dimpled orange peel look that is cellulite so the manufacturers will continue to make money from the sales of such creams. I'm quite proud of the wrinkles on my hands, it shows they've worked hard.
And a sylph like creature like Ms Orange would not be a prime candidate for cellulite anyway. Great image though. Thank you.
OMG HILARIOUS!Her butt cracks me up.
Elephant's Child; she may be sylph like, but she still has dimpled skin. kelley@magnetoboldtoo; cellulite slippage...
Hahaha, that's hilarious!! I take Windsmoke's point, but some of it is about self-image too!!
Red Nomad OZ; what gets me wondering is 1.the number of creams available, all claiming to be the best there is and 2. the number of women who believe the more you pay, the better the product must be.
Where do you find these??
Oh, that's too cute. I've got plenty of sags and bags, but no cellulite that I can see. (And if I can't SEE it, that means it doesn't exist, right?) But suppose I use vanishing cream instead? Will I disappear?
My google chrome finally allows your blog to be loaded! Caught up with your posting. :-) Nice writing even without photos River.
Ha ha Kelley - now all I can look at is her butt!
Kath Lockett; I collected most of these via google a good while ago, so I no longer remember where most of them originated. There are websites such as my food looks funny etc. I think I googled for images of funny foods.Susan Flett-Swiderski; I didn't have any cellulite until I was over 50, even now I don't have much, but I've got the sags and bags beginning. "Bingo Wings"drb; glad to have you back. And thank you.alex aka WHOA MUMMA!; I hadn't noticed her butt until Kelley pointed it out.