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Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Ahh fat girls...

Posted on Wed, Jan 25, 2012 at 11:10 AM

Seriously fat girls, what is with the recent self-loathing posts and comments? Maybe you are being rejected because you reek of insecurity/desperation/sadness/self-hatred.

Before I continue, let me say, I am FAT. I am a size 20. I weigh over the 200 on the scale. I have a boyfriend. He is attractive. I am attractive. We have sex, lots of it. I also go to the gym. But then sometimes I eat pizza. Life is too fucking short (or maybe long) to not have fun in the body you are in. You need to be happy NOW. Stop thinking people dont like you just because you are fat. It's because you are morose, Eeyore!

It is not hard to get dates when you are fat, I have had lots of them! I met guys at bars, guys at parties, guys at work, guys at random coffee shops... I have a personality, it helps. WORK ON THE PERSONALITY. Then stop hating yourself. Then start loving yourself. Then get out there and enjoy life. Then guys will see you exuding confidence and maybe want to spend more than 25 minutes with you.

Brush your damn teeth and try smiling. If you are dumpy, that's definitely a problem. Get a nice haircut, tweeze the PCOS-brows and slap on some gloss.

Yes, its true, not everyone is going to be into a fatty. But guess what, I am a fatty who doesn't like short guys. I also dont like blondes and blue eyes. We ALL have preferences so be realistic. Do you know that even skinnies get rejected? It's REALITY.

Ok, are we ready to get out of our own fucking way yet? Please? —Fatty Fatty 2X4

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