I keep my free weights arranged like they do at the gym, all lined up in order of size. I have purple ankle weights to go with one of my workout ensembles although *ensembles* may be too strong a word for a torn black tee shirt and grey bicycle shorts that give me camel toe and are incidentally, nowhere near purple on the color wheel. My favorite is the 10 pound copper weight slash weapon that I got at the Salvation Army. Copper is so in this year and you'd know that if you regularly checked the What's In What's Out page of Harper's Bazaar. And who doesn't do that before you shop for exercise equipment?
I also use my blue Bun & Thigh Roller and keep it handy at all times. And by handy I mean next door in my storage unit, conveniently close to a trash can in case one day I have the strength to lift it and dispose of it properly.
When I saw the Shake Weight on Ellen I thought all my prayers were answered because they must have had me in mind: *A Dumbbell for Lazy People and by Lazy People we mean Suzy Soro in Hollywood, California.*
If they had only named it that I would now be wealthy and not have to answer my comments or follow people back.
Even though the premise seems simple enough, it just proves how little I know because the Shake Weight comes with a DVD to show you how to use it properly. This is the woman in the video, Anna Recksick.
Dear God in heaven I think women the world over long to be thin but do not want to be mistaken for a sinewy piece of beef hung up in a butcher's freezer. In the shot below, the space between her legs looks like one of the spans celebrated in the book The Bridges of Madison County.
I don't think I'm going out on a limb when I say this woman has I GIVE BLOW JOBS AT AUDITIONS written all over her.
End of chat.