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OT: Mathamatics behind the perfect wiggle - Vincze - 08-29-2007

My friends, this is funny. I just reading article in the UK Telegraph that state they figured out how to find the perfect ratio of hips to waist to have proper strength to have perfect wiggle when she walks. They say perfect ratio is 7.0. So let me get this straight, if Godlilla has waist that are 250' and hip that is 360', he have perfect wiggle when he walk?

Here is link to story: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/08/25/nwiggle125.xml


Re: OT: Mathamatics behind the perfect wiggle - Ken Shaw - 08-29-2007

I assume you mean 0.7, not 7.0


Re: OT: Mathamatics behind the perfect wiggle - Vincze - 08-29-2007

Uh, yes... Overweight Godzilla might be a 7.0 ;)


Re: OT: Mathamatics behind the perfect wiggle - Howard Owen - 08-29-2007

Quote:
Overweight Godzilla might be a 7.0 ;)

Um, Godzilla is at ideal weight? I'd be dieting in his shoes .. er .. claws.

Regards,
Howard


Re: OT: Mathamatics behind the perfect wiggle - Vincze - 08-29-2007

I not know, you go weigh him. ;)