Friday, May 8, 2009

What in the Sam Hell: Boneless Belt

Women in Japan are beginning to use this "boneless belt" to aid in weight loss. Here's how it works: 
In effect, the structure of the rubber belt is a large mesh grid that splits the dieter's belly, side and back fat into easily manageable blobs. This allows for increased metabolic consumption of calories and raises the propensity for increased blood flow values. More blood flow = more heat = more burning of fat.
My interpretation: 
In effect, this belt = human Play Dough Fun Factory.
I don't care if I'm Jabba the goddam Scribe, I want no part of my body referred to as a "manageable blob." I'm not going to look like a human corn on the cob to lose a few el bees. Eff that. 

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