The Earth is round, water is good for you, time is a flat circle, kale is a fad and women don’t always love wearing bras.
The five, indisputable and universally held ideas about the world. Or, you know, so you’d think.
But then, of course, vaccination skeptics decide to rear their heads full of irresponsible ideas, a movement called Flat Earthers is born and people are genuinely surprised by the fact Tziporah Malkah isn’t wearing a bra every second of her time on I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here.
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Mail Online naturally saw this as part and parcel of the public interest, on Wednesday writing, “Do bras not exist in the jungle?’: I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! fans urge Kate Fischer to put on underwear as former model spills out of her top.”
Forgive me if my eyes are mistaken, my understanding of the definition of”spills” warped and am being a little bit too picky, but does “spill” not imply that her boob, well, flopped out? Does it not invite images of Janet Jackson-esque nip slips and more strict classification warning?
I would say yes. But of course I could be blind, picky and overall a bit silly.
But her boobs look very much inside her top from where I’m sitting.
And even if I’m wrong, and Malkah was really “spilling” out, there’s also another argument to be had that bras are really, just the WORST.
I would love to close my eyes, pick up the nearest pen and take a wild stab in the dark that anyone who was complaining about Malkah not wearing a bra hasn’t ever worn one themselves.
But if they have, if they've truly worn a bra every day since they were about 11, they would more than understand the 10-hour rule. That unofficial but widely held belief that wearing a bra for more than ten hours is enough to break your spirit and your boobs in one giant underwired-cup-covering-evil.