That was my first thought when I read this article on NineMSN:
In what appeared to be a Australian remake of ‘Revenge of the Nerds’, a throng of busty bikini babes descended upon a group of geeks at Bondi beach yesterday.
Must... not.. make... Chris Hale in-joke...
Big Brother model Krystal Forscutt — perhaps the bustiest of them all — led the charge of 30 models hunting the chuffed young men from SBS reality series Nerds FC.
They were hunting the deadliest game of all...
Okay, so now you should see the obvious joke in this entry's title. But wait... that's when I looked closely at this picture...
Yeah, just lower the angle of your eyes on that picture about two degrees.
I'm serious, just lower them. YOU CAN DO IT!
Right, you seeing it? RIBS! More ribs that I had at my last dinner out! Jesus Christ, it looks like Krystal's smuggling a xylophone under her skin! Of course, Krystal is famous for no other reason than her ginormous and utterly, utterly fake breasts, so she doesn't really need to maintain her weight for the sake of her image as it's seen these days... but Jesus Christ! What sort of warped people like the "bottom half - ethiopian child, top half - taped-on rockmelons" look? I have to say, unequivocably, that you are sick. And yes, that includes you, David Beckham!
Most disappointingly, though, this has revealed the amount of photoshopping undertaken by the photo artistes at Zoo magazine. Ironic - isn't the whole concept of a 'zoo' seeing nature at its most natural?