A quick update on Miss Bimbo. Like Jessica Wakeman over at HuffPo, I've too been playing the game. When I logged in today, my bimbo had lost all of her clothing, even the bra and panties she started out wearing before I put her in a skirt and top. Also, she was 38% hungry and thirsty but 100% happy. I've fed her nothing but vegetables and water in the three days I've been playing, and while feeding her some vegetables and water today brought her back down to 0% hunger and thirst, it brought down her happiness by 2% and her weight has gone up by 1.5 pounds. The message: starve and be happy, eat and get depressed because you're fat. This game could be the perfect vehicle for Zalestrin, the diet pill that is marketed to women with the triple promises to help them lose weight, increase breast size and firmness and "turbo-charge" their sex drive. If you want to learn more about this type of diet pill, Samhita from Feministing had an interesting post on this back in May. We're rather surprised Miss Bimbo and the makers of Zalestrin or similar brands haven't yet teamed up. Then again, perhaps they already quietly have... the game does feature those mysterious blue and white "medicines."
Anyway, all of these messages certainly reinforce the game's stated objectives, but to that end, it's worth reprinting some of the rules for the Miss Bimbo game: