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Photoshop Of Horrors: ASOS Now Offering Internal Organ Removal For $92.82

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Not only can Photoshop remove any and all texture human beings have for our skin, it can also take away all those pesky internal organs we’ve been struggling to get rid of for years! The “Motel Sarina Skater Dress With Cut Out” from ASOS can apparently do just that.

The product’s model appears to have a waist that is approximately the width of her neck, which worries me, because there are lots of reasons that this should not happen. Namely, your liver, stomach, appendix (maybe), pancreas, gallbladder, colon…well, you get it. Basically, it is worrisome that this young woman may have had those all removed prior to the taking of this picture.

The description for this dress’ designer, Motel:

Inspired by vintage prints and cuts, Motel are renowned for creating well-crafted pieces in an eclectic mix of designs. Embracing the feminine silhouette; look out for statement party dresses in bold prints, with heavy embellishment and feminine detailing.

The feminine silhouette, meaning “no longer in possession of intestines,” is sure to be all the rage for Spring 2013! Look out for party dresses that make this one perfect statement: do not have a body. Or, if you must have a body, be sure to do away with the majority of it prior to putting on a pretty outfit. Then, and only then, will you be worthy of its feminine detailing. After all, the embellishment is already heavy; why should you be, too?

As a side note, why are these called “skater dresses”? Who is skating in a dress? What planet are you from that does not have wind?

[via Photoshop Disasters]

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  • Mel

    You know what really scares me? I never would have looked twice at the picture, that’s how brainwashed I’ve apparently become…

    • Samantha_Escobar

      I know what you mean…I feel like I almost never notice these things anymore. :(

  • Andrea

    Really? It just looks to me like she’s standing at an angle and the blouse-y top emphasizes her small waist. I just watched the runway video for the dress and it just looks like the model is just crazy skinny. Which she is. Because she’s a model. Ps – it’s called a skater dress because that style (fitted waist, circle skirt) is reminiscent of ice skating costumes.

    • Samantha_Escobar

      Ahhhh, you have cleared a mystery up for me, gracias.

      Also, while I see your point, I do think she looks significantly different size-wise in the front-on photos. But to each her own!

  • http://thekimberlydiaries.com/ the kimberly diaries

    “Who is skating in a dress? What planet are you from that does not have wind?”
    HAHAHA
    unrelated, a skateboarder hit the pavement HARD right in front of me earlier today.

  • Mia

    lol wtf is this article

  • Tink

    So often when I’m on Asos I find the models so thin it is distracting, and how the hell am I supposed to visualise that style on myself when the model is the size of my thigh? I’m pretty slim, size 8 (australian, I think that’s a 4-6 US?) and I still feel really disturbed looking at some of the models.

  • Alexandra

    That’s just the angle at which she’s standing!
    http://seenly.com/GubSfnsy

    Like this! lol