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Photoshop and Cellulite

So I was checking my morning news on Yahoo, when I saw this ad for a product against cellulite.

This ad shows two pics of the the butt of a woman in a bathing suit. The first picture shows the butt with the familiar orange-peel look in her butt. The second picture shows the same identical butt, but this time it is smooth and sexy looking followed by the "Get Rid of Cellulite Now!" schpiel on their miracle product.

So that got me thinking. What is the best way to get rid of cellulite? Is it diet? Skin products? Exercise? Dancing under the moon without your drawers on?

And then it hit me: Photoshop.

Yes boys and girls, the best way to get rid of cellulite is by photoshopping your ass.

Think about it, Photoshopping your butt is inexpensive, pain free, and even environmentally friedly. To my knowledge, no rainforest trees have been felled, no rabbits have been tortured, and no endangered species have been blown out of existence by this simple procedure.

Al Gore should be ever so proud.

But why stop there? You can also photoshop your face, boobs, or other parts of you anatomy that you want enhanced.

Want Angelina Jolie lips? Piece of cake! And you didn't even need to have any crap injected or any implants stuffed under your lips.

Botox and surgery will make you look perpetually surprised. (Or in some cases, you may end up looking perpetually dead.) Not Photoshop, no siree! With Photoshop you may even be able to smile!

But if you are planning on photoshopping anything, let it be your ass. Trust me on this one. It will be worth every single pixel.

Damn. Those people at Photoshop should be nominated for a Nobel Prize simply for making our asses more beautiful.

Go Photoshop! The world is ready for you!

(And now, I am going back to work. This is just getting too silly.)
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