Elizabeth wrote:I grew up with people making fun of because I was skinny. Calling me chicken legs or boney. I don't look unhealthy, but the media tells us that people resort to unsafe measures to be thin. After a while, you start to believe what people say, it affects you, that goes for anyone. I dont ever wear shorts or anything to show my legs because I am convinced that I'm not very attractive. Ever notice that it's us women who are critical of ourselves and other women? Why are we so hard on ourselves? I hope someday I can love me for me, chicken legs and all.
Elizabeth wrote:You're not cursed! Sounds like you have the coveted hourglass figure. If I had to choose between having a big butt or having big boobs, I'd pick the butt. I wouldn't want to look like I could tip over at any second. You on the otherhand, have the best of both worlds, you don't have to choose. You're evenly proportioned.
I have a nice butt, but I'd always hoped for a bigger bust, I don't like the way my shirts fit or don't fit for that matter. But again, I'd look funny with D's and although I'm small, I am proportioned to myself... I just want bigger proportions that's all!
Twilight_girl15 wrote:i am not skinny but i am not obeace i am cury. I hate it when i see all these girls and they walk around saying oMG i am so fat and they way no more then 110lbs socity is crazy on how people lookand i thinkit is rediculus just becaues tou are different that dont mean your fat or a twig that is just how you were built
pixiealice wrote:Growing up, I was Twiggy, skinny minney, toothpick. The boys called me "little ones"-they were cruel. My body caught up when I was a sophomore in HS, so when I graduated I was 5'10, taller than most of the boys. I weighed 120 pounds. I was skinny. Life caught up with me after I got pregnant for the 2nd time and I gained 70 pounds. I delivered at 210...who would've thunk? Now I am a very healthy 160--still 5'10, I haven't started to shrink yet, but I have curves where I never had em before. Junk in the trunk-oh yeah. Thighs too. I still would like to lose 15 pounds...but I think its a mental game in my head, because I don't need to, I think I'll feel better. I wear jeans 8 or 10, just depending on maker, and to think that one is considered plus sized at 12-14. Give me a break. They never even had 0's or 2's when I was a teen.
darkrider wrote:Twilight_girl15 wrote:i am not skinny but i am not obeace i am cury. I hate it when i see all these girls and they walk around saying oMG i am so fat and they way no more then 110lbs socity is crazy on how people lookand i thinkit is rediculus just becaues tou are different that dont mean your fat or a twig that is just how you were built
I agree 100%. I think it's so redick how people actually LOOK for things to be wrong with them. ugh
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