Thursday, October 16, 2008

Don't you just hate empty promises?

I know I do. Especially when they're made by inanimate objects.

Observe.


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Maybe I'm just a cynic, but I'm thinking...if a bra can handle "back-fat" issues...then you probably don't actually have back-fat issues. Your current bra is just potentially a bit too constricting. In any case, I don't believe that by purchasing this bra, anyone will actually find themselves saying, "Goodbye!" to their extra back-ness.

So I'm thinking "Bye-Bye Back Fat" would probably fall into the "empty promises" category. Or, if you're one of those people who files lawsuits over ridiculous things, perhaps "false advertising".

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi Sarah,
I am the inventor of the famous Unbelievabra. I agree that many manufactures make do make empty promises which is exactly why I invented the Unbelievabra. We have sold thousands and receive wonderful customer feedback daily which you can read on our website. So, don't knock all products until you've tried them. Try it for yourself at Shapeez.com. We offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee so you've got nothing to lose. -Staci

Mary Malcolm said...

*LOL*

Look at you getting comments from sellers.

Button pusher.

Actually, I'm with you. I measure women's bra sizes All Day Long at work, and about 80% of them are wearing the wrong bra. Either they're vain about going up a size, uninformed about how it's supposed to fit or simply don't want to be bothered with taking the time to find the right bra for them.

Whatever the excuse, when a woman wears the right bra size, and the right bra style for her body, the back fat issue goes away, the underwire poking issue goes away, and in a lot of cases, the backpain that comes from larger breasts is minimized.

Thanks for bringing this sign up!

Sarah said...

Where do you work again, Mary?
I'm probably one of those women guilty of parading around in the wrong bra. Haha perhaps I should find you at work so at least you'd have a familiar customer. And so I won't feel AS self conscious about aaaactually being measured. :-P

Jordan said...

The inventor of the Unbelievabra is correct. Her bras do work because of the way the back is made. Many women who are not overweight don't have back fat. The way bras are made create back fat on these women. It's the elastic against the skin. Even if a woman is fitted for a bra, if the back of the bra is still made the usual way, she will have back fat. The Unbeliebra is the smart way bras should be made for women and it is made by woman! Thank God someone like the creator of the Unbelievabra finally gets it!