Look who turned up on the cover of Shape Magazine this month. Yes, it's no other than Julia Louis-Dreyfus or at least her face, heavily airbrushed on the what I am guessing at one point was her body, but which now is the body of probably someone that even she doesn't recognize. It isn't that I don't believe Julia probably doesn't have a great body, it's just that I'm sick of seeing basically the same cover every month on Shape and of women who I'm guessing with near certainty don't look like that.
Every article is always the same about how they have to work hard to stay thin and always eat healthy except for one or two small vices. The vices is what brings us to why Julia is my hero. Her number one vice? The thing she cannot live without and must eat everyday? Bacon. "My biggest food vice is bacon. In fact, I don't keep bacon in my house – that would be way too tempting."
You have to love a woman who loves bacon so much she can't even keep it in the house. Of course what could also mean is that she wants us to think she loves bacon but in reality she doesn't eat anything fatty and forbids anyone from entering the house to eat anything fatty. I mean look at that body. Then take a look at mine and you will see what a true bacon lover's body is supposed to look like. I want to believe her and make her my bacon hero. Can't quite decide if I should believe her or if it is just something perpetuated by Shape.