gravitationally challenged

gravitationally challenged

1. Fat, bulky, or very heavy. A euphemistic and ironically politically correct term, usually said of a person. I don't think Mike is obese—he's just a bit gravitationally challenged.
2. Prone to or characterized by clumsiness or a lack of balance. I've been bumping into people at work all day long—I must be a bit gravitationally challenged today or something.
See also: challenged
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Yep, Cheryl, Rosie, Geri, Gwyneth and other perfectly-formed clothes horses are all sporting cut away dresses that leave no room for support for those of us who are gravitationally challenged in that department.
Add Hans Bellmer's penchant for dismemberment and other bodily distortions, Bernini's theatrical dynamism, and the gravitationally challenged anatomy of late Michelangelo, and you begin to get an idea of the ingredients that lie beneath the works' slick outer layer of uniformly colored epoxy and polyurethane.
While adults can benefit from RT, children may be especially responsive to these techniques because their nervous systems are still developing and they are less gravitationally challenged.
The skinny: Prime Sports' gravitationally challenged anchor Randy Sparage hopes to change the perception that size isn't everything.
Husband can lie on a sunlounger, alternating between the strenuous pursuits of turning book pages and Ipod shuffling, leaving me free to engage in serious discussion with a like-minded companion on the important issues of the day - celebrity gossip and idle speculation as to the personal lives of everyone around the pool, topped off with an in-depth debate as to whether I'm too old and gravitationally challenged to get my baps out while sunbathing.