16 Helpful Butt Facts We All Need To Know
My anaconda don't want none unless I know the facts, hun.
The largest muscle in the human body is the gluteus maximus (aka, your bum-bum).
A 2008 study revealed that women with pear or hourglass figures (READ: bigger booties) are, on average, smarter than women with smaller butts.
And a 2010 study by the University of Oxford suggests that having a bigger booty helps prevent against diabetes and heart disease.
Nicki Minaj told GQ that her song "Anaconda" is not about butts, actually.
Kim Kardashian has been accused so many times of having butt implants, that she got an X-ray of hers to prove she has no implants.
And according to a new report, close to 10,000 butt augmentations were performed in the U.S. in 2013.
In 2012, a rare species of horse fly was named Scaptia beyonceae, after Beyoncé, because of its gold butt.
J.Lo's butt was rumored to be insured for $1 billion.
Some turtles can breathe out of their butts...
A 2012 Harvard health study suggested that one reason why women may live longer than men is a result of their (normally) bigger butts.
The average person farts 13 to 21 times a day.
Out of any body part, women prefer to be complimented on their butt, according to a survey of 3,000 women by Men's Health.
#Belfie = butt selfie
Though their definition doesn't QUITE do it justice, it is hilarious... "Dance to popular music in a sexually provocative manner involving thrusting hip movements and a low, squatting stance."
Sample sentences include:
"just wait till they catch their daughters twerking to this song"
"twerk it girl, work it girl"
Mikel Ruffinelli has one of the biggest butts in the world, at 99 inches around (8 feet).
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