Magic City Kitty - Never Trust a Big Butt and a Smile
Much like noses, fingers, and toes-es, booties come in all shapes and sizes. Some are flat and dimply, others round or pimply. But then you have those that are like a box of chocolates – you never know what you’re gonna get. In today’s Build-a-Bitch culture, it’s possible that the ass you’re admiring - or envying, ladies - is formed by elastomer implants, fat grafting, or good old-fashioned padding. More and more women are turning to doctors and Spanx to get a plumper, fuller, more pronounced backsides. Not that there’s anything wrong with wanting a more fabulous ass, women have been using silicone to enhance their bust lines and bras to hoist their breasts into unnatural position for years. But now it’s the butt’s time to shine. And what’s so hard to understand about that? Men and women alike can appreciate a nice view from the back and even more, something nice and soft to grab onto when things get hot and heavy.
Want implants to increase the surface area and relief of your arse? Call Dr. 90210. Want a simple shot to pump up your bootaka? Some ladies called 22-year-old Anthony Donnell Solomon. And when NBC6 reported that Solomon was unauthorized and untrained to give the butt-enhancing injections, I’m sure that they were clutching their cheeks in horror. Apparently, this dude was having “pumping parties” where he would inject women with an unidentified silicone-like substance that was supposed to enhance the size of their booties. It may sound crazy for you to go to a hotel or someone’s house to have silicone injected into your body, but it’s more common than you think. And as with many home remedies, just as dangerous - the side effects can include bruising, infection, and even death. Solomon was arrested last month, and his ass was charged with unlicensed practice of a health care profession.
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