Or they could lose weight

Liberty Caroline has a message for fat chicks:

I got to thinking about fat chicks. (Yes, I know, it’s not PC to use the word ‘fat’, but that’s never stopped me.)

I’m always surprised at how fat chicks seem to like dressing in sacks. They dress up in just about anything at all – horrible, drab, OLD stuff that should never have appeared on their bodies. Styles that look good on skinny chicks but only show up a fat chick’s rolls of lard. They seem to have no pride in themselves at all.

They use the excuse that there’s nothing nice out there for fat chicks. Or they say that what there IS is too expensive. So they sit at home feeling sorry for themselves and don’t bother to find out what they can do to improve things.

Well I’m SORRY but it just doesn’t cut the mustard! There ARE nice clothes out there – even at places like Farmers and the Warehouse, not known for haute couture! Budget stuff, wisely chosen, can make a HUGE difference to the way a person looks. But it MUST be wisely chosen – not just something picked because it’s in fashion. I’d like to see fat chicks have a little pride and try just a wee bit to look better – get familiar with what colour and style suit them. They can then develop some self esteem and have people treat them better.

Or they could…you know..lose weight.


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