How many of you have ever bought into the crazy marketing promises we are bombarded with on a daily basis? Marketing gurus play on our weaknesses and the things we are self conscious about. They know just how to get us to pull out our wallet and hand over our money even if we are doubtful that said product would actually give us the results we see on the ads. For some reason, we just keep on hoping and believing.
I’m pretty immune to those ploys at this point in my life because in the past, I’ve given in to the lure of better skin, hair, eyelashes, silhouette, etc. many times before and have been repeatedly disappointed. In the past, I’ve spent lots of money on stuff that just didn’t do what it claimed it would do.
Occasionally, and this is VERY rare, you find there is a product that you’re actually happy with the results. This is how Top Ten got started. Whenever I find something worthy of sharing, I want to tell everybody I know. I want to shout, “HEY, THIS STUFF WORKS!”
Recently, I was shopping and found some jeans that had an interesting marketing slogan. It grabbed that part of me that has struggled with having no butt all of my life. My step dad used to call me snake hips. You know snakes have no hips, right?
I’ve done billions of lunges, squats and all other means of exercise that promises to grow muscle in the gluteus maximus. Ok, that might be a slight exaggeration because if I’d actually done that many I’d have a bigger butt. These jeans said right there on the label, “Wanna Betta Butt”. Ummmm, yes I do. Thank you very much. So I whipped out my money and paid for them. BAM! Just like that, instant gluteus maximus.
Ok, I know my butt doesn’t actually look like the one in the ad but it IS an improvement, I think… I did a video that has the before and after and I’m pretty sure there was a difference. It’s really amazing what lycra in the right places can do! Ronny says I should get my money back though. Anyway I’m happy with the results and think I spent my money wisely. In these jeans, I DO have a betta butt.
When they come off, it’s a different story. So I guess I’ll keep on working out in hopes of growing the ole glutes into a bubble butt. In the mean time, I’ll be sporting my new jeans.