Damn! Sometimes there's such a thing as too much ass! It was exceptional, eliciting lots of covert gawking from Sarah and myself. The butt was not just big. It was startlingly large when compared to the woman’s otherwise petite frame, and it jutted out to the sides in the most remarkable way.
It also sparked the following debate. Is it natural or man made? In other words, is it simply the far upper end of the natural-butt-bell-curve or did the woman have butt implants?* I argued for the former. Sarah adamantly insisted on the latter.
The arguments essentially break down as follows, each starting from the same facts but arriving at directly opposite conclusions.
The butt is so exceptionally disproportionate that no one would voluntarily choose it, and, therefore, it must be natural.Sarah’s argument:
The butt is so exceptionally disproportionate that nature could not possibly produce it, and, therefore, it must be implants.We still haven’t arrived at a conclusion, and I can think of no other criteria to help break this stalemate. Suggestions?
* In her argument, Sarah is referencing one of my own pet bits of trivia. Several years ago I read an article about plastic surgery trends in South America which said that the most common procedures in Brazil are butt implants and breast reductions, the exact inverse of the United States. I’ve mentioned it on various occasions, and now she’s turning it against me. Damn ungrateful factoids!