Do Not Want: A Butt Lift in a Box

Butt Lift

Now the Muse is a wobbly sort of girl. She has no problems admitting she’s not a ten, although she reminds herself daily, while staring at herself in the mirror, “wow you are SO a ten”. I don’t actually do that but it makes for great entertainment imagining I do, dontcha think?

Well…anyway. I admit I’m def not a ten but I’m so not seeking a Butt Lift In a Box to get to that ten mark.

Do not want.

Jump!

So…what’s a Butt Lift in a Box? I’m honestly not sure and I probably wouldn’t buy it however I WOULD be tempted to but the DVD, “What’s a Butt Lift in a Box? A Self Help DVD” if they put one out.

Supposedly this is a three-step butt lifting system. If your butt has reached the realm of no return and you’re wanting to do away with cellulite, wobbly bits, and just wanting your butt to look smooth, tight, lifted, and a little less tired you can find everything you need to do that in A Butt Lift in a Box.

The set includes a plumping catalyst, lifting and firming emulsion, exercise booklet, and an exercise band.

I don’t technically know what a plumping catalyst is but it sounds really important and so does that the exercise band. Perhaps the band can be left on to lift the butt during days when you’re just too tired to carry it around ya know?

I personally Do Not Want! A Butt Lift in a Box but you can get one at Victoria’s Secret for $99 if you’re thinking it’s something your butt needs at this point in life.

What do you think?

The Muse sometimes thinks you need to know when to say no.

Another fine Do Not Want Beauty Moment!

  • 3/16/10 16:10 Dao:

    I loled at this. “Butt lift in a box, eh?” said my imaginary friend before spraying some to his behind :)

    I wonder if they have samples!!!

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    • 3/16/10 16:11 the Muse:

      LOL dao! :D

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  • 3/16/10 17:00 LINDARRAGNAR:

    why don’t people just work out!? like don’t buy spanx or special jeans work out and gain control of your life and take responsibilty for what you’ve done to yourself, aha those things make me so angry lol.

    also that set looks tinyyy

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    • 3/18/10 10:04 the Muse:

      whoa there linda lol I’m a bit wobbly myself sweatpea :-D it’s not always about what people eat and such I think it comes down to generics sometimes as well :D but yes seeking perfection in a box is prob not a good idea :D

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      • 3/18/10 11:18 jonnie:

        Oh damn, somebody went down thaat road… I swear that line of thought will get me all fired up. Okay, so guess what? I’m career Army. I work out a lot. I’m expected to wear heavy-ass body armor, carry a weapon and many full magazines and first aid stuff and night vision and wear a helmet and be able to run short quick bursts in all of it. And you know what? I can and do. I run, not just because I have to, but because I love it. I run races from 2 miles to 25 kilometers. I eat reasonably well. And hey, what do you know? I’m still pretty big for a girl. I’m pear shaped with a big behind. I’m almost sized out of pants in any “mainstream” store I go to. Some people do look at me and probably think wow girlfriend, time to drop the cupcakes. So yeah, I’m fit and healthy as a horse and still not some ideal size two. The Muse is so right – genetics play in to body shape a lot. Health problems occur just as much in skinny people as they do in fat people. Being healthy is far more important than being skinny, and it is entirely possible to be healthy at any size.

        Muse, sorry to threadjack, but when people start trying to fat-shame I get severely pissed off…

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        • 3/18/10 13:15 the Muse:

          aw jonnie I’m sure Linda didn’t mean anything by it hehe I understand though. I walk 4 miles daily, eat pretty healthy and still I’m a wobbly sort myself. I just embrace it :D *hugs* that was a great statement you made there and couldn’t agree more :D

          fat, skinny, wobbly I love ya all! I’m chubby but healthy and proud of it hehe!

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          • 3/19/10 12:15 LIDNARRAGNAR:

            ohh I wasn’t trolling on fat people (sorry if I offended anyone) I just think people shouldn’t need a box of treatments for their butt to feel confident.

            Like my mom is big and she won’t work out she just buys bigger pants or spanx and thats why I get kinda p.od

          • 3/19/10 12:23 the Muse:

            linda aw no worries I know :-D I don’t think treatments in a box are going to make a difference either :-D I couldn’t agree more. My mum is a big lady as well, she’s in her 60′s now and quite active but she’s still short and chubby, sometimes it works out that generics aren’t on your side :-D

            btw I have other comments from you to moderate and reply, just been swamped :D

            Happy weekend!

  • 3/16/10 18:50 Marcy:

    I can imagine 40-something wannabe plastic dolls wanting this, but wouldn’t it look wrong if an appropriately aged lady had an ultra perk butt like the ones you see in Sports Illustrated?? It would so be a LOL moment.

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    • 3/18/10 10:03 the Muse:

      perky butts are the rage marcy especially ones house housed in a box ha!

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  • 3/16/10 20:54 jonnie:

    I need exactly zero more butt than I already have… :P

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    • 3/17/10 9:18 the Muse:

      LOL jonnie!

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  • 3/17/10 10:38 dangster:

    I think the exercise band does work though, lol. I had to go to physical therapy for my bad foot for about a year, and they had me do this rubber band exercise where I had the band around my ankles and I would shuffle down a hallway sideways, slowly, while stretching out the band with my ankles. It really works out the butt and thigh muscles!

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    • 3/17/10 10:41 the Muse:

      you realize I’m way too lazy for things like this dangster right? Can’t I have one that lifts automatically as I sit on my arse and play w0w?

      LOL

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