I can't remember where I found this picture, but I thought it was wild.
I can't lie, most fat people honestly appall me.
When I see someone in a motorized scooter at the store
carting themselves around purely because they're gigantic
I want to break the scooter.
Or - most angering - are huge parents with huge children.
Needless to say: I dig this bench.
And I always wanted a park created in my honor upon my death.
Speaking of that tenant I had, I think I should go on a little rant about her. She was terrible. She'd order huge meals then not eat any and give it all to her boyfriend. She'd pretend like she lovedjunkfood&snacks to "fit in with the guys," but she'd never actually eat anything in front of anyone. (though there were quite a few times I saw her sneaking donuts&cookies from the office lunchroom.) She was always on a cleanse or trying some type of new laxative tea, but then she'd say, "I've never done this before - my mom bought it for me." (yeah, sure. just OWN YOUR SHIT, please!) She never exercised and when she did she wore tons of layers to "sweat more weight off." (cause that water weight didn't come right back as soon as you drank anything.) She was basically the definition of bad-body-habits and everything I hate in a girl who pretends not to diet or care but clearly does and has no idea what she's doing. Yet, most importantly, she was straight up mean. I got her a job and she treated me like garbage ...expecting me to drive her to work without gas money or enough respect to get in my car on time in the mornings. Once she started skipping all the time to hang out with her boyfriend or play up an illness, they fired her and she blamed me. She parked in my spot in my driveway. She ran a space heater day&night to sky-rocket my electricity bill without increasing her monthly rent payment. She barely paid her monthly rent payments in full or on time. She took too many showers too often for too long and insisted on doing a million tiny loads of laundry. She was basically the devil in a bitchy, soft-bodied twenty-something-year-old with lofty goals for thin but not enough ambition for follow-through. Now though, in my daily runs, I tell myself to look better than her. I keep her love-handles tattooed in my memory to motivate me to properly take care of myself, my body, and my fitness, so I'm not scrambling to flatten out for a bikini at a weekend pool party. She's one of those girls who was born with chicken legs and bony arms, but maintains her unnatural characteristics terribly and I will never look like her. I am toned&tiny and successful&confident through hardwork&dedication and I will never look like a marshmallow on toothpicks. And I will never act like the spawn of satin to someone who's opened their home to me. End rant.
I watched Rules of Engagement (a pretty funny show) on Netflix last fall and scheduled this post but never posted it. Here it is. I do remember thinking Bianca Kajlich got chubby throughout the course of the show. Maybe it's because her imdb bio says her first marriage was ending around that time? I can definitely relate to a failing relationship affecting my body.
I think it's admirable that so many people applauded her confidence in an imperfect body. I, though, would not want her body. And I find it kind of sad that Americans jump so quickly to the defense of a "normal" girl while shamefully scolding the "skinny" ones. Can't everyone just be beautiful? Does anyone need to be praised for their curves ...or scrutinized for their bones? I feel like it defeats the purpose to pump up someone plumper just to sink those who are smaller. Mekayla Diehl certainly looked great and I'm not here to criticize, but I'm also not here to chose the biggest girl as the best just because she's "normal." Also, scrolling through all the swimwear pictures, there were a lot of the girls who looked "normal."