March 15, 2012

Does my bum look big in this? That’s what most women ask their partner or their friends when they’re out shopping and trying on a pair of jeans or a skirt. I’m the opposite, however. If my bum doesn’t look big in those clothes then they go right back on the shelf.

There are breast men, leg men and men who like a fine bottom. They like it even more when it’s displayed to its full potential. That’s why Beyoncé, Jennifer Lopez and Kylie Minogue have found a special place in the heart of bum fans.

I don’t get the tabloid media’s obsession with Pippa Middleton’s bum at all. After the recent Royal wedding and the focus on Pippa’s rear end I was confused. I didn’t see a rear end on her at all. It was even more mysterious when women went on strange diets and started weird exercise programs to be just like Pippa. It was a hard sell and it seemed to work.

For me, the skinny bum syndrome is something that happens when you lose weight too quickly or do too much exercise. It’s always something to be avoided. Whenever it happens to me I know it’s time to stop and eat some cake.

I’m very fussy when it comes to buying panties. They have to be a good fit and be flattering to my bum. The bigger they make it look, the better.


March 15, 2012

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Bums poetry

I love generous loving-looking bums, and glad to learn there are women who feel the same; reasuring news and a sign we are on the right path to economic recovery. Kiss.

Jaume Saladrigas Cussons more than 2 years ago

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