Attacking from the rear

As a New Year resolution, many women made the commitment to acquire “buns of steel”. For buns are in, and boobs are out… Not really, but buns are definitely what’s happening.

Life is a rat race. Everybody knows that, or ought to know it.
In order to separate yourself from the pack, you need to showcase your assets. If you don’t have any outstanding talent or a plethora of prestigious diplomas, it might be a good strategy to flaunt your exterior signs of sexiness.

Women celebrities do this by revealing a lot of cleavage (and side cleavage) and subtly (not really) showcasing their rear end.
Booties now reign supreme. They come in all shapes and sizes but no matter what they look like it is probably a woman’s most potent weapon. These assets are even ranked on the Internet and butt selfies are popping up all over the web.

Following this relatively new trend many women are now wearing yoga pants. This tight hugging garment can do wonders for ordinary looking women. It emphasizes a part of their anatomy that is often more eloquent than their face.

“It is very disappointing to follow a woman in the street, fascinated by her gait, approach her and discover that her face is much less expressive than her ass.” Jacques Sternberg

 By parading their caboose women tease us. It is a strategy called “attacking from the rear” and as many generals would tell you, it is a surprisingly effective tactic.

And buns are now big business. You have butt lifts, butt implants, gym classes, yoga classes, yoga garments, butt lifter garments, etc.
There is really gold in them buns!

But like miniskirts, yoga pants can be fickle friends. They can look great on one person and risible on another.
Few women though can resist the idea that the cloth makes the man (or woman). If you wear yoga pants you feel like winner. And for those who might snicker,

My ass contemplates those who talk behind my back.

Happy New Year everybody and may the Good Fairy brings buns of steel for everyone.

Alain

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