Skip to comments.Model Has Natural 20-inch Waist
Posted on 02/07/2012 5:01:41 AM PST by shove_it
Romanian model Ioana Spangenberg says she has natural 20-inch waist. When you see her thin middle in contrast to her 32-inch hips, it's no wonder tabloids like The Sun are referring to Spangenberg as "the human hourglass." The 30-year-old clocks in around 84 pounds, and says she was average size until her teen years. "When I was 13 my waist was around 15 inches. Someone could put their hands around it, their fingers would touch and they would still have extra room," she told the Sun.
Check out the video of Spangenberg below for more shocking images of her exaggerated hourglass figure.
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Quick, someone throw her a cheeseburger!
ooohhh...that’s NOT pretty.
Nasty, looks like a birth defect.
Oh pooh! Scarlett O’Hara was 18 inches (in her corset).
I like a woman with some curves, but that is just icky.
Most women should thank their lucky stars they don’t look like that.
She looks like a skeleton with a dress — that cannot be a healthy weight. And the waist — it’s a deformity, not a ‘model’. Our culture is so bizarre.
She also has natural toothpick legs. Whatever.
That’s downright ugly. Any woman who looks at her and thinks, “Wow, I want to be like that,” needs serious psychological counseling.
I don’t understand why European women wants to be thin as rails. American women are almost universally seen as “fat” to the Euros, but I’d take Kelly Clarkson over Twiggy here any day of the week.
I follow the Vera-Ellen rule. Anything skinnier than this is not a good thing. And even Vera-Ellen could have used a sandwich.
One good twist and it looks like she’d break in two.
Id hit it..
She’s scrawny. Throw her back and let her grow.
Well, if they ever do a Popeye remake, there’s the new Olive Oyl...
Looks like something from a sci-fi movie.
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