aldo-vallon - October 2, 2017
The last time I saw a leotard like that it was being worn by Big Show and he was tossing a grown man around like a rag doll. It almost looks as good on her as it did on him, which is quite the compliment because Big Show is nothing if not a catch. He filled his leotard out like only a giant could. Some men buy clothes that are a couple sizes too small in an attempt to seem bigger than they actually are. I think Big Show probably had to buy clothes that were slightly too small out of necessity, how many options could there be for him? How many X's are required to prefix the L for an item of clothing to fit a giant? The printer would probably run out of ink trying to print it all on the tag. It was a good thing he made it big in wrestling, I imagine it is expensive just getting all you clothes tailored. Chacha Huang probably has the opposite problem. Finding clothes that small which are intended for adults is probably tough as well. But at least kids clothes are cheap.
Photo Credit: Ruben Suarez