SB 12.3.34

hrasva-kāyā mahāhārā
 bhūry-apatyā gata-hriyaḥ
śaśvat kaṭuka-bhāṣiṇyaś
 caurya-māyoru-sāhasāḥ
Synonyms: 
hrasva-kāyāḥ — having dwarfed bodies; mahā-āhārāḥ — eating too much; bhūri-apatyāḥ — having many children; gata-hriyaḥ — losing their shyness; śaśvat — constantly; kaṭuka — harshly; bhāṣiṇyaḥ — speaking; caurya — exhibiting the tendencies of thievery; māyā — deceit; uru-sāhasāḥ — and great audacity.
Translation: 
Women will become much smaller in size, and they will eat too much, have more children than they can properly take care of, and lose all shyness. They will always speak harshly and will exhibit qualities of thievery, deceit and unrestrained audacity.