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this made me happy..

I was bored and googling about for 5'8 models and their weight/measurements...now my goal is 5'8 and 140 lbs (I'm 155..so not unreasonablee at all)

I wasn getting a little depressed...I saw 5'8 and 105 lbs!!

But then I found her...isn't she gorgeous? And her body is amazing!!

THIS IS WHAT MODELS SHOULD LOOK LIKE!!

http://portfolios.models.com/-86023/

http://portfolios.models.com/image.cfm?mid=-86023&image=451923

http://portfolios.models.com/image.cfm?mid=-86023&image=476550


Thank you. for proving that woman can feel beautiful when they weigh more than 10 lbs. It made my night!


Tue. Oct 9, 12:24am

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I couldn't agree with you more. She looks healthy and REALISTIC! She doesn't look rail thin like she is anorexic or like she spends every minute of her life at the gym either. It's refreshing. Plus she is a size 8 and I am a 10 :)

Tuesday, October 09, 2007, 12:33 AM

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OP back

LOL me too!

Although, I must adit, she is a more tone size 8 than I am 10. But still, still.

Tuesday, October 09, 2007, 7:13 AM

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Here's another good example

Here's another one that's healthy. It even shows her in workout clothes! Love it!

I'm only 5'1" though so I'll never be that!

Link

Tuesday, October 09, 2007, 8:07 AM

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OP back..

I saw her too, but actually 8.07, her weight is low for a 5'8 person....135 is the low healthy weight.

Tuesday, October 09, 2007, 3:35 PM

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the 8:07 model "link" is only 5 lbs. lighter than the one the OP pointed out. As most of us have probably seen - the body can fluctuate 5 lbs. even in a 24 hour period. Who knows what they base their weight numbers on anyway - it IS nice to see women with healthy curves and athletic bodies on that model site, though.



Tuesday, October 09, 2007, 5:35 PM

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They do have amazing bodies and they look healthy.

Wednesday, October 10, 2007, 12:21 AM

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