A potato face and an arse to match!

We all knew les derrieres (or 'bottoms' to the less cultured lot of you) would take on new forms according to particular 'fashion-seasons': J.Lo & Beyonce ushered in the era of the big booty years ago, which lead to plastic surgeons sucking out the gunk from women's faces to place in their trunk. Now, girls no longer have peachy behinds but tomato, potato and nectarine-shaped backsides too.

Despite the potential for causing offence by labelling women's bottoms as household vegetables, Asda has taken on board the results of recent survey of the female figure, carried out by its clothing house 'George' and one Dr David Holmes, a psychologist at Manchester Metropolitan University. The leading supermarket chain has now produced a range of clothes suited to these four shapes, the Metro Online reveals.

'The tomato has been found to be the most common [type or bottom] with 45 per cent of women displaying this type. A tomato bum has been described as ‘bigger, plumper, rounder and squishy to the touch’, while the ‘less fortunate’ potato shape, which 30 per cent of women are said to have, is ‘wide, long and lumpy'.

There's a pun in here somewhere about making ketchup but we're not quite sure what it is.

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