A strong case can be made that today’s society gluttonous tendencies of excess the likes of which have not been seen before. During Michelangelo’s time in the late fifteenth century and early sixteenth century many lacked the resources that most take for granted today. People mostly took only what was needed, so when he sculpted his world-renowned David statue it portrayed the ideal physique of the time i.e. what a healthy and fit man is suppose to look like. Fast forward about 500 years and half a million fast food joints later, today’s rendition of the iconic masterpiece would most likely resemble an obese statue of David.
Much like people today, the statue is sculpted with gluttonous curves that he’s not afraid to flaunt. Standing in all his glory for the world to see, the statue mimics the same pose as the original however due to the many whoppers and super sized meals all muscles have been conveniently hidden under a thick and warming layer of fat and carbs. Every arm and stomach flap can be seen in extraordinary detail as it is cast in quality designer resin and given a stone finish for authenticity. This makes the fat David perfect for both indoor or outdoor display. Best thing, the statue loves food so much it might be willing to go stand at your home for free without purchase, just tell him the McRib is back and you have plenty in stock.