France bans skinny models and replaces them with fatties!

Funny story written by Jaggedone

Sunday, 7 May 2017

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The next super-model to strut his stuff in Gay Paris! No more skin and bones just fat, fat, fat!

France has decided enough is enough! No, not food, but skin and bones rattling down catwalks instead of 'normal people'! So skinny models in France will no longer be seen (or not seen because they are so thin when they turn sideways they become invisible!) strutting the latest 'haute couture' fashion in gay Paris!

In fact, the French health ministry are demanding that fashion gurus residing in France start designing clothes for normal people! In other words fatties because fatties rule the world and skinnies are what they are, rattling bones!

Nutritional experts, supermarkets and fast food global giants welcome France's vision of high-end fashion for normal people (fatties) and hope this will boost their sales of food, food, food! Skinny super thin models starving themselves for the sake of nonsensical clothes that nobody can wear apart from 'Rolling Bones' are also very happy about the ban and have been seen rushing into Parisian McDonalds, among others, stuffing their starved cheekbones with burgers, pizzas and chips!

France have always been a leading light in haute couture and now they are leading the fashion industry into the future by demanding designers and their skinny models to get a life by eating more and more!

Jean-Paul Gaultier was last seen holding his heart beneath his famous striped sailor T-shirt in an ambulance rushing towards the local hospice!

C'est la vie as they say in gay Paris!

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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