Ladies: would you rather have Jennifer Aniston's body, or a million bucks?
If the results from a new poll by Women's Day magazine and AOL Body are any indication, three out of four women would prefer to be wealthy...instead of healthy. This was in spite of the fact that 30 percent admitted feeling "uncomfortable or ashamed" about their bodies, and 37 percent said they wished they could "be thinner."
So...it'd be great to look like a celeb, but it'd be better to be loaded? I guess that makes sense -- when you're rich, everyone is basically required to say you look great, even if it isn't true. And with that kind of money you could buy an endless supply of fancy-shmancy body-shaping undergarments that might fool the casual onlooker into thinking you had a beach bod -- but wouldn't it feel better knowing you had the physique of a movie star?
I guess not. Regardless, you can read the entire poll for yourself in the February 12 issue of Women's Day, which is available in newsstands starting January 22.