Lara Croft, Bikini Girl, Jade, Bulimia.com

Bulimia.com

Ever wonder what Tomb Raider's Lara Croft would look like with an "average" body?

Not like Angelina Jolie, that's for sure. An eating disorder treatments website, Bulimia.com, has created parody images of popular female video game stars with "average" bodies. So that means, no more of the enormous bust-tiny waist looks these ladies tend to sport.

"If video game creators are going to pride themselves on accurate digital representations, then it's time for them to get real about women," the site states. "With realism in mind, we altered some of the most beloved female video game characters with Adobe Photoshop, shaping their bodies into images that represent the average American woman's measurements."

Here is the website's parody of Bikini Girl from Grand Theft Auto V

Lara Croft, Bikini Girl, Jade, Bulimia.com

Bulimia.com

Here is Jade from Mortal Combat:

Lara Croft, Bikini Girl, Jade, Bulimia.com

Bulimia.com

According to the CDC, between 2007 and 2010, these were the average body measurements for an adult female in the United States who is above the age of 20: Height: 5'3", weight: 166 pounds and waist circumference: 37.5 inches. A person with these stats has a BMI of about 28.7 and is considered to be overweight.

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