So I’ve got this friend and she has what is referred to as a Judy. Narrow waist, a curvy bottom, and it practically has a life of its own. She’s not the only one; I have a few friends who are equally as gifted. If you are lucky enough to catch us on the street, you’d be forgiven for shouting out #getthickordietrying. My memory is a bit sketchy about when we started calling her ass Judy, but I do know that it’s after we saw the same refer to a character in the film ATL that had T.I and Lauren London. Sometimes I wish I had a derrière like that, I am always in awe of how mesmerizing it is.
You’ve got to love the female form and just how magical it is. The sway of the hips so sexy like a love letter written in cursive, the tales that lay behind her brown eyes or how it seems like her legs keep going on and on. I love my curves and the older I get I appreciate them even more. I especially like that little dip between the lower back and my backside. I’m on some journey of reinvention and in an ideal world I’d have Sofia Vergara’s body. LAWD *fans self*
I was and still am a huge fan of King Magazine now that was ass for DAYS. The likes of Angel Lola, Buffy the Body and so many more. I mean some of those body dimensions seem like they are out of this world. I’ve gotten nothing on those women, but surely being a 34-32-34 isn’t a bad achievement in life? Mind you I have been on a mission of getting fitter over the past year, so I am marginally smaller than I was a year or two back.
Mopako, thickness, curvy, coke bottle body or whatever tickles your fancy I am a proud member of this society. It’s a part of who I am and yes you might catch me checking myself out in the mirror from time to time. Starting a gang baby, rolling deep and if you don’t know I think perhaps maybe you should WITNESS THE THICKNESS!!!
Writer: Nhlanhla Msimango