SkinnyThighs
Get to work, bitch. (probably NSFW.)

You have got to be kidding me.

by margo fontaine

This is Kat Eden from bodyincredible.com (author of the get Carrie Underwood’s legs post from awhile back).

I don’t even know what to say about this.

I’m pretty sure that she has extra thigh muscles that God just didn’t give to me.  And I can’t for the life of me figure out what I did to deserve such punishment.  But at least she has a pretty lame tattoo.  Skinny bitch.

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5 Responses to “You have got to be kidding me.”

  1. Um thanks for that … I worked pretty damn hard to look like that, day in and day out. It did not come naturally or easily so I don’t really appreciate being slagged for it. And FYI I now do NOT look like that, having had a baby 3 months ago and now working my ass off to get back in shape. Which if you were a regular reader of my blog you’d know, as I have quite happily shared bare-all photos of my current state of physical disarray along with the emotional frustrations and loss-of-confidence that comes from losing control over the physical me..
    Maybe save your efforts bad-mouthing people who put some work in and go use that energy to harness something positive, like the development of your own health. Or writing something creative and useful.

  2. Hi Kat, Kiki here. I think Margs is probably working hard at her 9 to 5, but like you, I just had a baby and unlike you, I’m at home sitting on my ass, so I thought I’d respond.

    Firstly, you are one hot woman, and whether or not you came across our blog from spending your morning googling yourself matters not. We’re happy to have you.

    I’m trying to figure out what in particular ruffled your feathers this morning and I’ve decided on the term “skinny bitch.”

    As I’m sure you’ve heard by now, skinny bitch is not a derogatory term. It’s a reference to the “what not to put in your mouth if you want to be healthy and skinny” best-selling book. Perhaps you’ve read it? Perhaps you agree with it? Although I know for certain that Margo reads your blog faithfully, I do not, so I can’t speak to whether you’re on the same page with those authors regarding meat. You don’t look like no Vegan to me.

    Point being, the message implied by calling you a skinny bitch was certainly not “Kat Eden does nothing to earn this body and simply has it by the grace of God.” At least, I don’t think it was. Obviously no one is born looking as good as you do.

    In my reading of Margo’s post, the only thing she’s giving you slag for (is that the appropriate use of slagged?) is your kitty tattoo. Is that little number the profile of a black cat in heat? If it is, take your slag where slag is due.

    And if what we’re writing doesn’t sound creative to you, you should see us in real life. Then you’ll realize that we actually have quite the imagination.

    Thanks for stopping by,

    xo

    kiki

  3. Kiki – I have google alerts. If you have a kid yourself I’m sure you know that no Mum has the time to google herself.
    Anyway, fair enough, perhaps I misinterpreted the intent in which case I apologise for my reaction. I have heard of that book but it didn’t come to mind yesterday, and no, I’m definitely not vegan.
    Reality? I’m feeling pretty insecure about my current state and no doubt a little overeager to bite back at anything that gets under my skin.
    Thanks for replying to me and thanks for the compliment.
    Kat
    *it’s just supposed to be a cat not a cat in heat but okay, I’ll take that 🙂

  4. Kat,

    I feel you, although if the photo Margo posted is recent, your current state is pretty kick-ass.

    Margo, let this be a lesson to you! Skinny, sexy thighs do not make a woman have nerves of steel. Now, let’s hope that Jessica Simpson doesn’t have google alerts.

    -k

  5. Haha, well she’d probably end up with way more alerts than my once or twice a week so I’m sure she wouldn’t keep up.
    That photo is from pre-pregnancy, current ones are on my other blog bodyafterbump.com.
    Thanks Kiki


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