Great, so flabby men are now en vogue? Obviously, TV fatsos have been getting a free pass for some time, but if it's in The Observer, um, then it must be a wide-reaching trend that the entire city, no, world, must be made aware of. But the merely doughy Vince Vaughns and Jack Blacks (I'm sorry, but Mr. Black is a different eschelon of tubby) are apparently getting their due. I find this realm very tricky and am amused that they've lumped Colin Ferrell, Leonardo DiCaprio and Kiefer Sutherland in with this ilk (at least I think they did–I haven't been clear thinking lately. I've been sick to my stomach since the weekend, which I won't go into at the moment, but I had my most exciting vomiting venture ever). I'd hardly consider these males hefty, but do like that standards are shifting enough that far better than average men (though not necessarily to my liking) are viewed by tastemakers as essentially fat. But I won't be truly interested until I read a piece on chubby starlets being all the rage. The only chunk I'll abide is the misguided Jared Leto.