You don't know me. You don't know what I like or don't like. You cannot help me do anything or not do anything. Just because you don't like being fat doesn't mean that I don't either. Really, do you think I'd be taking pictures of myself wearing the tightest clothing I can find if I didn't appreciate and enjoy my size?ChubbyBlackSista said:Good Evening Dimensions
But I'm not trying to get you down on Christmas Eve of all the days of the year but maybe I can help you loose weight because i know you're not happy being fat like that because i'm not happy being fat
True, many overweight people do have those health issues. Many underweight people have those health issues. Many overweight people live extraordinarily healthy lives. And by the way, being fat hasn't yet got me elected into congress or onto the Olympic swim team, but honey, it's got me laid a few times, and I couldn't be happier.ChubbyBlackSista said:you
have so many health issues at times when you're overweight such as Diabetes type
1 & 2 and you have stroke heart attack High Blood Pressure High Cholesterol
everything plays in a factor when you're overweight but like i said before be
fat if it makes you happy but i'm!
just trying to be a friend and tell you that being fat isn't getting you
Totmacher said:It's a happy accident, I can assure you Point me in the direction of your favorite clothing vendor, my pretty.
Oh, and thank you for standing up to CBS like that. I always wonder, when I see someone posting like that, if I should yell or just clam up and hope the paranoia will fade eventually. It's really good to see I'm not the only person in the world who hasn't decided fat will kill everything it touches.
hvetic said:^^^^^^^^: ummmmm yeah okay
Anywho fantastic body, I allways had a bit of a weight gain fetish so its nice to see those tight clothes pictures. I hope you get some new clothes, you might want to buy them a size or two up so you got some room to grow! Thanks for posting. I'm loveing your pics!
Santaclear said:First, I think butterlexyfly and ChubbyBlackSista BOTH rock, misunderstandings be damned!
Nice belly, lexy!
Good call, I'll keep that in mindsimon_squarepants said:Absolutely delicious, lexy You probably shouldn't wear that in public, cos you're just asking strange men to give you a squeeze LOL
I agree that what was previously posted was a matter of opinion, which everyone is entitled to, the problem I have with it is that this is a forum for people to appreciate fat people, not criticize them. Why else does this website exist except to give us fat girls a place to be open with our thoughts, bodies, and sexuality?As for the "other" comment, why does everyone get so sensitive about things like this? Anyone would have thought she had come on here condemning us all to Hades and swearing like a drunk bishop. Although she was misguided in her efforts, it seems to me that that is all she was. By the style of her writing she is either a child, or else drunk at the time - either way its hardly worth getting any XXL panties in a knot. What we need to remember on here is that just because obesity and everything about fat women (or indeed men) is considered wonderful and lovely, we are not in the mainstream in society, so we can hardly blame people who are pumped full of this "fat is evil" junk for getting the wrong idea, or even being slightly worried when they see people being fat and actually enjoying it. ...
I can understand the beautiful fat girl who's health and general life was put under question having misgivings about such a post, but frankly the rest of us could just leave it alone. The poster obviously hasnt been back.
I think that when someone has a problem with something, that at least they should take an effort to relate that problem with clarity. In most cases, delivering a criticism with bad grammar/spelling would be ignored, or at least not taken seriously, maybe I should have ignored the 'misguided' post. But I was personally insulted, not only because of the comments made, but because she didn't even take the time to click the little button called spellcheck. And while it's true that there are a lot of petty rules and regulations in the english language that can only be learned through 'serious educations', commas and periods are covered at the same time we're learning how to read. Misuse can be forgiven. Complete omission is ridiculous.Oh and by the way, why is it that whenever anyone makes a comment like this, someone immediately jumps on their back about their grammar? If only people that have had serious educations and suffer from no learning disabilities (or the need for a translator) can be involved in these discussions, that's rather pathetic isn't it?
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