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My Ruler Is Bigger Than Her Waist…

If you haven’t managed to hear about Romanian model Ioana Spangenberg and her natural 20-inch waist, then let me help you with that.(Click here) I warn you it’s pretty dramatic. Especially since her waist is in contrast to her 32-inch hips!

Spangenberg says she’s tried everything and cannot gain weight around her midsection. “No one seems to believe it, but every day I eat three big meals and I snack on chocolate and crisps all the time. I just have a small stomach. It’s a bit like having a natural gastric band – if I eat too much, I feel sick,” she told the Sun. “In Romania it is better to be overweight, because that means you are from a wealthy family…so while my friends were going out and dating, I was sitting at home with Mars bars wishing I could fatten up,” she told the paper.

I’m honestly kind of surprised that she’s been able to garner any modelling success with such an extreme unattainable waistline. Models are ideally suppose to display the clothes in the best way possible, but all I can think about when I see her is impossible it would be for anyone else to wear that look. How does that promote your clothing line?

(Sidenote: Can her husband please knock her up, because I’d love to see how she’s be able to pull off a pregnancy since she’s had so much trouble gaining weight. Getting pregnant might just do it, ya think?)


About maggie.

Maggie Barnes is a nonprofit and for profit business content specialist / social media consultant; and social sciences web writer interested in everything from psychology and sexuality, to technology, race, and economics. She is passionate about good communication and information accessibility.

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