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Wednesday, November 23, 2005

Giant cowgirl with her snack-sized cowgirl friends. Clydesdale horses tremble in fear.

Hotness scale starts at the far right, decreases to the left (just pretend you are reading Chinese or something). Only Clydesdales need apply. I spotted this while cruising around LiveJournal. Damn, that is one big lady. I'm pretty sure it's not photoshopped, looks like she is blessed/cursed with gigantism. The girl on the far right looks like she is suffering from hotchickism. Hopefully the giant lady doesn't eat her.
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Gigantism or giantism, (from Greek gigas, gigantos "giant") is a condition characterized by excessive height growth. Gigantism is not a currently used medical term and there is no precise definition of the degree of tallness that qualifies a person to be termed a "giant." The term has been typically applied to those whose height is not just in the upper 1% of the population but several standard deviations above mean for persons of the same sex, age, and ethnic ancestry. Typical adult heights of Americans and Europeans to whom the term might be applied are 215 - 260 cm (7.5 - 8.5 feet), although the term is rarely applied to basketball players and those whose heights appear to be the healthy result of normal genetics and nutrition.

_skotobaza_: БОЛЬШАЯ мама


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