Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Catty Comments About Ines Sainz

I apologize in advance. I should not talk about another woman's body, or suspected plastic surgery. Or suspected insecurities that lead to plastic surgery and subsequent behavior and dress in public and around men. Case in point. Tell me that her blouse is not unbuttoned to her NAVEL in this interview with Fox News. The reporter looks like he's got the "feva". The unnatural "valley" between the breasts is a telltale sign of implants:


And in this case, I am starting to wonder about bottom implants. Does this look natural?
One thing Ms. Sainz points out is that she is not the same lady as the one who represented Spain in the beauty pageant. I am not surprised. Her face is not all that remarkable. Her body is, if you like plastic barbie-dolls. And enough Jets players do, apparently. Also, consider how the Jets players might be under the influence of steroids, which enhance men's aggressiveness and lack of control. Not that I'm saying out-of-control behavior is OK. Just that this is beginning to look like a case of throwing raw meat into the lion's cage.
Of course that is what she had in mind. I imagine she gets some extra "oomph" in her interviews because of the sexual tension. Nothing wrong with working the "assets", however, she seems to tread close to crossing the line of dressing too provocatively.

18 comments:

Nickie Goomba said...

That is some faulty butt augmentation. Seems like an energetic samba shifted the majority of beans onto the west side of the beanbag.

Just a conservative girl said...

treads close? I think she has gone way past it. She is outside, but that doesn't mean she shouldn't dress professionally. I am not one to say that a woman would ever deserve any sort of sexual violence because of how she dresses, but if you are going to dress like that, you are going to get cat calls. That is just a reality. If you don't want that, dress in clothing that is not so tight and not so low cut.

darlin said...

This woman is an attention seeker in my opinion and attention is just what she's getting. I feel that if you're working as a professional that you should dress professionally and unless her profession is that of a streetwalker, cover it up and act like a professional. Just my opinion.

She also stated that she's never posed nude, for some reason I don't think that she has to, she shows it ALL with her clothes scantly clad over her body and since when does a few letters covering your back not put you in the nude category? I'm just shaking my head, what's this woman doing to do when it all heads into the opposite directions, she'd best get a plan B for that period of her life!

Doom said...

I am not sure, but with the influence of rap, a big butt like what black women seem to often sport, is liked by some. Then again, if she exercises and uses spot steroids, she might be able to do that without surgery?

Yep, a plasticized doll indeed. Of course she went over the line. Sports, artificiality, overt sexuality, it is all that remains of a ruined society I guess. No wonder normal people have so much trouble. I haven't spotted a "normal" on television in decades it seems, beyond sports.

The good news is people are waking up. I am not sure if enough or in time to more than recover after what is coming. Hungry people do not have time or the means to dream and try to live the inane though. It works, somehow.

WoFat said...

I love her for her mind.

Supi said...

If the men were doing "dog calls" instead of cat calls, she would be going ballistic in another way to get her name, face and body front and center on the news.

LL said...

I'm old school. Without apologies.

I don't think that female reporters belong in a MEN's LOCKER ROOM. Neither do I feel that male reporters belong in a women's locker room unless somebody wants to offer me the job...

To me, it's not the presence of implants in her breasts and rump that matters, or the fact that she's an attention whore.

When you throw gasoline on a fire, you find that there is a predictable reaction. The same thing happens when a woman struts her (admittedly siliconed) body in a men's locker room and finds the attention she received to be "unwanted".

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

M E O W !

Amusing Bunni said...

I think she has more plastic in her than the doll department at toys 'r us!

She's an attention seeking ho, if you ask me.

Red said...

What darlin said. Plus that magazine has been totally 'shopped. Her face isn't that smooth. She has acne scars covered up by thick makeup.

Candle said...

Nobody got punched, chased or forced to do anything against their will. She's a girl, they are guys. Nobody should have had to apologize unless they felt like doing it.

Pedaling said...

and she expects to be taken seriously?
gimme a break!

Conservative Scalawag said...

Really, this woman is complaining when men act like men around her.

Give me a break.

The_Kid said...

Opus, Starting to wonder? :)

She looks cartoonish.

Opus #6 said...

Kid, sad how some people with "work done" end up looking like a human caricature.

Maggie Thornton said...

Hey Opus, I wondered about the bottom implants too.

Arby said...

God hath given you one face and you make yourselves another.
Hamlet, 3. 1

You were right when you wrote "that this is beginning to look like a case of throwing raw meat into the lion's cage." But when you do throw raw meat into the lion's cage, you cannot complain when the lions start snapping.

The Watcher said...

Sorry, that's not 'having work done' - that's major reconstruction, that is. My Lord, in profile she looks like an 'S'. I can just imagine her introductions: 'Hello, these are my breasts, and I'm Inez.'