1. 36 inch bust, 24 inch waist, 36 inch hips. More generally, big tits, skinny waist, big hips.
1. What a body, 36-24-36.
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What many believe to be the perfect measurements for a woman. Numbers refer to the measurements of the chest, waist, and ass respectively.
Yeah, baby ... when it comes to females, Cosmo ain't got nothin'
to do with my selection. 36-24-36? Ha ha, only if she's 5'3"!
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Simpsons Bart's combination of his locker in episode Kamp Krusty
"Attention students, please clear out your lockers using the waste baskets provided"

"36-24-36 hehehe now lets see what we got here"
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From the 1977 #5 US Hot 100 "Brick House" by the Commodores. This hit single contained a discription of the "brick house" woman who had a "36-24-36" body.

The song itself was later remixed by Lionel Richie (formerly from the Commodores), and Rob Zombie.
She knows she got everything
that a woman needs to get a man, yeah.
How can she use, the things she use?
36-24-36, what a winning hand!
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Used in the AC/DC song "Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheep," the number 36-24-36 was the number of the main character. People thought that it was actually the band's phone number. It was instead meant to be guitarist Angus Young's ideal statistics of a woman.
Pick up the phone, I'm always home, call me anytime/36-24-36, hey/I lead a life of crime/
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Supposed "ideal" vital statistics for a female. It's been around at least since the 60's: the term is used in the tag of episode "The Correct Way to Kill" of The Avengers, 1967.
Steed: I've been embraced to the bosom of the glorious Motherland -- figuratively speaking.
Emma: Do you mean, 36-24-36, or a more cultural exchange?
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