A new study "suggest" this global warming thing is due to hot women. The recent data has shown that the ozone layer isn't to blame for global warming trends, and scientists are looking in a new direction - at hot women. Let me explain, back in the day...
Oddly enough, the two-piece swimsuit—which usually consisted of a structured halter top and modest bottom that covered the navel, hips, and derri arrived with much less fanfare than the bikini. By the early '40s, film stars including Ava Gardner, Rita Hayworth, and Lana Turner were all wearing the two-piece, and it was seen frequently on American beaches. Hollywood's Hays production codes allowed two-piece gowns but prohibited navels on-screen.
First Ladies and the Connection to Global Warming
Historical data shows that average global temperatures remained stable until the 1960s. During every decade since then, average highs have risen several degrees. Women's studies show that it was around that time that hot women became more liberated in their grooming habits due to sociological struggles and the availability of synthetic materials.
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