Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Morbidly Obese Inverse Sculptures

 
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Cover the north and south waists, Darwin's Cleft, front and rear water wings, posterior flesh curtains, Dante's cavern and nomadic lard fissures with as much lubricating jelly as your forearm allows. Using artistic license - pry open a fat cavern or skin patio and funnel in enough plaster of paris to fill the aperture. Wait until it dries and remove the hard sculpture and display.

Roll them in different positions to create alternative variations on the infinite examples of your new work - named and priced accordingly.

benfrost, Feb 20 2005

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       Why did I look?   

       I've done a little body casting - it's great fun, but while this molds buns, I'm giving it bones.
normzone, Feb 20 2005
  

       Needs a happier name. How about 'Tummy sculpting'?
moomintroll, Feb 20 2005
  

       "Navel Contemplation"?
FarmerJohn, Feb 20 2005
  

       Most of the interest would be on the inside, right? If the models were really obese, viewers could walk through the sculptures.
robinism, Feb 21 2005
  
      
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