Sports Illustrated Releases Its First ‘Midi Model’ – Find Out What That Means

David Hookstead | Reporter

Sports Illustrated just released a video Monday of model Allie Ayers, and she’s explaining to all the fans what it means to be a midi model.

Now, you probably have no idea what that could possibly be. Don’t worry because I had never heard of such foolishness before either. Turns out that a midi model is a model who is apparently larger than a regular model and not plus sized. (SLIDESHOW: All The Times Lindsey Pelas Stripped Down On Instagram)

This is of course ridiculous because Ayers looks pretty skinny in the video released by Sports Illustrated. I think it’s probably pretty safe to say she’s just like 90% of the other models SI releases, and that’s a good thing. (This Blonde Bombshell Might Be The Hottest Model On The Internet)

@allieeayers is helping pave the way for midi models everywhere. #SISwimSearch

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Who could possibly watch that video or see pictures of Ayers and think she’s anything other than a regular model? Seems like it’s kind of a stretch. (SLIDESHOW: These Are The Sexiest Women On Instagram)

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Give me a break, Sports Illustrated. Literally nobody is buying this garbage.

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