Written by Buck E Filbert
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Topics: Breasts, Diet

Tuesday, 30 January 2007

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Gasp and hold your breath. Yes it seems Tyra Banks is heading for the plus size section of Walmart.

According to latest reports the super slim glam model has ballooned to a hefty 161 fabulous pounds. She's even admitted to having a roll of fat on her back.

This news has sent tremors through the modeling industry where a tiny 2 is the now standard.

One designer, who wished ro remain anonymous said, "we can't put big women on the runway, they're not reinforced".

According to sources close to Tyra, she's on a burrito, ice cream and donut binge from hell and has her sights set on the Guinness record as the worlds largest breasts on a woman.

According to Guiness the worlds heaviest woman was Carol Yegar who weighed in a whopping 1600 pounds.

Carol was able to shed 500 pounds on as crash diet leaving her a trim 1100 pounds.

After appearances on the talk shows circuit Carol was offered help from Jerry Springer and Richard Simmons to loose more weight . Unfortunately Carol was hospitalized and passed away from complications due to her obesity.

It's estimated one of Carol's mammories could have weighed in as much as 150 Pounds. That's about Tyra's entire weight at this point.

Tyra is aggressively eating her way to the record and the Spoof wishes her well in this endeavor

From the desk of
Buck E Filbert
Jan 30 2007

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