Weight issues, why is a size 8 consider fat!!! (Page 6)
Idonthaveausername: Just be healthy. Have a healthy lifestyle. That's what matters most. Being healthy should be the focus. ^_^
Aussiekitty: LOL and Donald trumps gold digging wife must get a hell of alot of bed exercise from her old very ugly husband she better be careful or she may end up varnishing from to much bed exercise and l hope she puts a paper bag over Donald trump the c@nts head.
uglycow10: Why all the hate for Mrs. Trump?
She seems to be a perfectly lovely lady who had a very successful modelling career; is proficient in multiple foreign languages...AND LOVES AMERICA..unlike barack and his very "natural" spouse.
I am sure that she will make a most gracious first lady and will re- introduce class and dignity to the White House.
Aussiekitty: We will all see how good mrs trump will be its only early days l don't trust or like trump and his bullshit influence towards my country and if his wife is so nice then what the hell is she doing married too a womaniser sexist pig after what he said about grabbing women by the p@ssy .
Dan_Long: Are we back in highschool? Quit hating on the first lady. Its clear that you are just jealous! Obviously, you have "kitty" in your name in hopes that Mr. Trump or some other Yank might lower his standards enough grab you as well. That catty attitude doesn't flatter you either. Remember that you attract more flies with honey than vinegar, sweetheart.
uglycow10: Most of we Americans will settle for the pusst-grabbing man with the skinny wife,If we do a 20-year review of all the things that you have said...or anyone else for that matter, there might be some quite unflattering things that might have been said.. Stop hating on our first lady "in waiting" who (unlike obama's wife)....loves our country....AND IS GOOD LOOKING..
jUST LIKE BEASTLY, UGLY, MANLY, HILLARY HAD NO PROBS WITH HER MAN HAVING SEXUAL ACTS PERFORMED ON HIM AT THE WHITE HOUSE....MELANIA HAS NO PROBS WITH WHAT HER DONALD SAID...OH SO LONG AGO.
GO THROW SOME HATE, HILLARY'S WAY.......UGH!
uglycow10: I grew up being between 0-3 and I always wanted to be curvaceous like my fuller figured friends. I was totally not digging the "waif look"
To each his own, is what I say!
We are not step ford people
Besides, "variety is the spice of life"
Bonita29: I am 58 kg and a lot of people here called me fat, i like my curves, thats what makes you real ✌😉
faerieblood6: You can't go by size. I'm a size 10 and less than 140 pounds. I'm a little tall for a lady and muscular because I workout a lot and teach fitness and dance classes. I will say though, when I was 14 and weighed 100 pounds, I barely fit into a 6. My hips are wide and I'm just built kind of voluptuously. So size doesn't mean anything.
faerieblood6: I'm not fat. I teach fitness, body build, belly dance, and teach other dance classes. I've been to the nutrtition clinic with someone who was struggling with weight problems. It was like a factory line of young girls who were skin an bones and obviously sick. That is such a bad mindset for girls to have to face. I have learned so much over years about exercise and nutrition and body image, we need to get healthy in our thinking.
daisha rosa lynn: faerie,
not sure i understand how you can say "size doesn't mean anything"
does something have to be 100% accurate for it have value?
just because it doesn't apply to you, you are ready to assume it is a meaningless measure. It's not. It applies in many cases, that's why people use it as a measure. If it was completely meaningless, no one would use it as a measure.
so I'm pretty sure you're not correct when you say "size doesn't mean anything"
I think you meant to say, "it's not always an accurate measure and there are cases when it's inaccurate"
faerieblood6: I was struggline with anorexia when I was 12-14. So after overcoming that, I am very concerned with the "size culture" we are bringing our young people into.
daisha rosa lynn:
That's completely unrealistic. If anything, it's worse now because kids see everything. The fashion industry is going to continue to peddle this narrative, glorifying size-double-zero models. There isn't anything that can be, or should be, done to stop that.
Fat acceptance has gotten out of control.
faerieblood6: I don't think being over weight is healthy either. But not every one fits a size 8 or even a 12. There are many shapes. The point is to be healthy. I'm 51 and I've never had a weight issue. Even when I was pregnant, I was teaching fitness classes and never went above my weight limits.I'm healthy and not on medications. Work out every day. And do all the things I want to do. I feel comfortable with who I am and how I look ( I did not when I was a teenager). And I think things are changing. More and more you see models who do not fit the "size 0" that used to be accepted as normal. Some people are naturally a size 0, some people are not.
irondominator: @faerieblood6 You're a size 10? From what I've read, a size 10 is a 31.5 inch waist size; is that right? How tall are you?
faerieblood6: I'm tall. And yes, I am a size 10 and I've been a size 10 most of my life. It is my most comfortable size. I am not fat. I'm a fitness instructor. I work out everyday and teach dance. But I am voluptuous as many women are. I believe if you are healthy and take care of yourself, its nobody's business or right to judge your size. I went through a period of anorexia as a young teenager as did my daughter just because of this body shaming issue and I can say that even at my smallest, when my ribs were sticking out I barely fit into a size 6.