Friday, October 27, 2006

Below the Belt ... again

When I wrote about Volver, I mentioned Penelope’s false bottom - which sounds like a drug smugglers delight. Almodovar wanted her to look more like an Italian film star from the fifties - so he made her wear a prosthetic derriere.

Well I thought you might like to see the real thing on Sophia.

Eat your heart out J.Lo.

I think that, since breast implants became commonplace, the rear has become the new focus of sexual attraction. Bums are the new Baps.

Renault even used bottoms to advertise the ‘Megane’. But I much preferred Thierry.

But what do I know? I’m just jealous.

And whilst we are below the belt. Statcounter sent someone to my blog who was searching for ‘Primark Knickers’.

Nothing unusual there … except that … it came from El Salvador.

Do they have Primark in El Salvador and if not how do they know that Primark exists?

When I ended my illustrious career I never dreamt that I’d become a celebrity as numero uno on El Salvador Google for ‘Primark knickers’

What a funny old world.

Va Va Voom!


Anonymous Diddums said...

I don't know about Primark knickers, but it seems I'm top of the Google hit list for Primark bears (I checked!) Unfortunately I don't know what kind of searches people use to reach my site - I would love to know.

10:13 pm  
Blogger Ruby in Bury said...

I've remember I've read Primark Knickers somewhere else today, and not only that, I remember it was Primark Knickers £3. Annoyingly, I can't remember where I read it but it could have been the same place your person in El Salvador did.

Hoping to get to the bottom of things, I just googled, "Primark knickers, £3" But it came back with "Did you mean Primark knockers, £3?"

I know you said breast implants had become commonplace, Kaz but I really hadn't realised how much.

10:28 pm  
Blogger The Murphmeister said...

You've started something here Kaz.

"Primark Shabby Chic" brings me up as No 5, so I've bought the Rough Guide" to El Salvadore in readiness.

Mr P. has often wished that arses would come back into fashion simply because he is one.

11:06 pm  
Blogger KAZ said...

Hi Diddums: Congratulations (I checked as well).
You need to set up a ‘statcounter’ account - they call it keyword analysis. It’s free.

Ruby: £3 for a pair of knickers. That’s expensive for Primark! Perhaps they include a false derriere.
Must rush now, I’m off to Manchester to buy some knockers.

Murph: I hope Mr P doesn’t read my blog or you won’t be getting your daily ration of Baker’s CS.

We could do a Rough Guide to ‘Shabby chic’. You do the shabby and I’ll do the chic.

11:04 am  
Blogger Geoff said...

Our old odd job man at work (now retired due to ill health) loved that Renault advert. "Shakin' that ass," he used to say to the young women as he walked round the offices.

Like the new blog title, by the way.

12:05 pm  
Blogger KAZ said...

Geoff: I played the video about 5 times - I bet the young women were really upset when odd job retired.
Thanks - the name's short like me.

6:15 pm  
Blogger Gary James said...

I score highly when searching for 'taking big fish to burnley fish hospital,' (without quotes) which someone did. It was someone in Burnley, which rather lets it down at the end. I also got someone from Italy searching for 'fellow transvestite interested in mountain biking.'

It's an odd world. Well, in Burnley and parts of Italy, it is.

* I don't even think there is a fish hospital in Burnley.

6:29 pm  
Blogger KAZ said...

Gary: Now that is odd! It was probably Alastair Campbell who is from Burnley and supports Burnley.

Why would a transvestite want to go Mountain biking? They couldn't wear their frocks could they?

9:18 pm  
Blogger The Murphmeister said...

Could be a crossbar dresser?

10:24 pm  
Blogger stitchwort said...

Went off to change your blog name on my list of links, ran into some sort of problem getting it published, and when I come back, everyone's on to fish hospitals and transvestite cyclists. Breath-taking.

My bum still looks big in this, so am I now fashionable?

12:22 am  
Blogger KAZ said...

Nice one Murph.
Aren’t you a ‘cross’?

Stitch: Do you remember the feminist slogan ‘A woman needs a man like a fish needs a bicycle'.
We’re getting very postmodern.
And all bums look big in cycling shorts.

9:29 am  
Anonymous Mrs Rine said...

Love the Sophia pic Kaz, I've actually looked over that balcony.
Don't have anything clever to add, but wondered if you had noticed that the "verification" letters aren't really to stop spam, but there to prevent people on their second bottle of Pinot from posting comments! And mine were uppoff......

9:04 pm  
Blogger Gareth said...

I'm still trying to work out how the east european lloking for woman 12 inch donkey cock cAme upon my blog.

10:09 pm  
Blogger KAZ said...

Good to meet you at last Mrs Rine:
I thought I'd be well advised to write a reply before I hit the next bottle - Sauvignon for me.

Gareth: I think he was looking for a woman. The term 'Donkey cock' is a well known Eastern European term of endearment.
12 inch ?? I thought they all used metric over there.

10:35 pm  
Blogger Dave G said...

I suppose boobs are just little bums really all be they a little more mobile, I never could make my mind up which I like best, so I suppose I will have to continue to enjoy both. For some reason I have forgotten the point of this comment, oh well.

12:18 pm  
Blogger KAZ said...

Dave: I would have thought you were more of a 'leg man' meself.

9:28 pm  
Blogger Señor Tronosco said...

I'm sure it's only a matter of time before rumps are pumped full of silicone...senseless!
Can't you buy padded pants, much like a wonder bra for buttocks?

12:04 am  
Blogger KAZ said...

Hola Senor: I'll look in Primark tomorrow and let you know.

12:35 am  

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