Is 36 the new 50* and someone forgot to tell me?
I was innocently watching an old rerun of 90210… I will pause a moment to give you time to judge me…
when I was accosted by this video:
Step away from the infomercial.
First of all… I take issue with “all of these women are over the age of 36”. Frankly I don’t care what age they put there… but 36 seemed like such an odd age to deem “old”. Maybe I am just in denial and my skin is rolling and sagging as we speak. Perhaps my denial is because I am just four quick years away from being given my badge of uber-oldness, if that’s the case.
Regardless– I suppose none of us should worry because a renowned Physiotherapist has our back (and his eye on our wallets… just sayin’).
Speaking of which… why haven’t I ever heard of all of these world renowned specialists before their infomercial debuts?
Um… ladies let me save you the 20 bucks…
Psst… hold your chin up.
Simple advice that any round-faced girl, like myself, has known for years… if you tuck your chin in, Garth Brooks breaks out into song… (To the tune of Thunder Rolls)
The chin, it rolls
And the girl dislikes
And the skin, it folds
Head not held right
As the neck blows up
Out of control
Breakin’ her heart
The chin-it rolls
Simple but true. Look at those ladies’ noses. They must have got nose lifts with their chin push-ups… their noses are pointing down in the before pics and up in the after pics…hmmm.
Hold your head high… simple as that!
Wow… now that I have solved that problem, shouldn’t a world renowned Physiotherapist be tending to more important matters other than the 36 year old flabby chin skin crisis?
And, look on the bright side ladies… now we can save that 20 bucks up and buy ourselves some walkers!
*Note: To all you gals over 50, I am not implying you are old, need to waste your money/time on chin a-ma-bobbers or need walkers. Truth be told, I didn’t think I would be forced to deal with this type of nonsense until around the age of 50 but society keeps pushing that line younger and younger.