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Hello there,
so my name is Sarah I'm 22 years old, 4ft 11 tall and about a uk size 20.
This blog is going to be all about fashion that I like and my OOTD’s.
My style changes often, one day you’ll find me in a floor length velvet gothy number and the next a baby pink lacy baby doll!
Sep 28 '14

dressingtokill:

Hello all!

so today is my handsome husbands birthday (yes our birthdays are 5 days apart, it’s awesome)

We went out for a lovely meal at Jamies Italian which gave me the perfect chance to wear this outfit.

it was actually put together for me by my friend Matt and it’s easily one of my favourites.

yes, my iphone case does match.

  • Jacket: eBay
  • Shirt: New Look
  • Leggings: Primark
  • Shoes: Wallis
  • iPhone case: eBay

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Sep 27 '14

Hello all!

so today is my handsome husbands birthday (yes our birthdays are 5 days apart, it’s awesome)

We went out for a lovely meal at Jamies Italian which gave me the perfect chance to wear this outfit.

it was actually put together for me by my friend Matt and it’s easily one of my favourites.

yes, my iphone case does match.

  • Jacket: eBay
  • Shirt: New Look
  • Leggings: Primark
  • Shoes: Wallis
  • iPhone case: eBay

40 notes Tags: ootd fat fatshion fat acceptance fat positive

Sep 23 '14

raka-13 asked:

Happy birthday! I hope you have a great day!

Thank you :)

Tags: raka-13

Sep 23 '14

IT’S MY BIRTHDAY!

yes, I am 23 today.

I don’t have anything exciting planned, actually I’m really glad to just have a lazy day at home with my husband. 

Also yay first outfit pictures in our new flat! I know I’ve been super inactive the past 5 or so months but the move has kept me really busy and my health hasn’t been so fab, I’m going to try and post more but I can’t make any promises.

  • Jumper: Simply Be (via eBay)
  • Jeans: Matalan
  • Heels: eBay

63 notes Tags: ootd fat fatshion FATSPO fat acceptance fat fashion fat babe

Sep 10 '14
moderationwithallthings:

dressingtokill:

moderationwithallthings:

dressingtokill:

sciencefitness:

moderationwithallthings:

dressingtokill:

moderationwithallthings:

dressingtokill:

So I was browsing clothes online, as you do, when I came across the plus size range from George at Asda.
Now I think this is new? I can’t say I’ve ever noticed them doing a specifically plus size range before, but yes.. shapeless printed shirts and leggings. Thank you Asda, this is just what the plus size clothing world needed more of.

Being fat is a choice. Its a choice that limits what kind of clothing looks good, or even fits you. The fact that people dont specifically go out of their way to cater to your choice in the exact way you would like, is not a good reason for complaint. 

I chose to be fat just as much as you chose to be a complete moron. please be quiet.
1. I’d look got in a burlap sack, fact.
2. not having the same choice in clothes because of the terrible crime that is having a tummy is a perfectly good reason to complain.

Yes, you being fat is a choice. The consequences of that personal choice are yours to bear and should be tolerated. If you want to not be hindered in choice of clothing then you should consider a healthy weight. Why would you even say you would look good in a burlap sack? Being exaggeratedly vain will not convince me that you are attractive. Confidence is not generally this aggressive or assertive when its actually genuine. You have the exact same choice of clothes as everyone else. Your choice is not in the least way restricted, you are just not being specifically catered for because of your personal choice. You must accept the consequences of that choice. 

I am poor, my choice of clothing is restricted as fuck, and being poor was not a choice so please check your privilege. If i could pull myself out of poverty just as easy as you could lose weight i would be god damn thankful. and yet i still dont complain about the fact that poor peoples clothing isn’t fashionable.

Okay don’t even talk to me about being poor and you can seriously think again in you think this is a choice for me.
I am disabled and live on benefits, just barely enough to pay the bills. ALL of my clothes are second hand, sale buys or gifts.
I’m disabled to the point that exercising enough to make any sort of difference would cripple me. 
I eat less than 1,700 calories a day
You don’t know shit.
I’m not going to apologise for being pissed off that clothing for my size sucks, I’m not going to apologise for wanting to look good when it’s about all I have that actually brings me any joy.
Making myself look good makes me feel good on the inside which is super important considering I’m in constant pain.

But you already said you believe you being fat is your choice. Why would you suddenly go back on that idea? 1700 calories does not maintain an obese body. You are either defying physics or you are underestimating the amount you eat. You dont need to exercise to lose weight. Being disabled wont force you to eat more than your body needs. You are poor and on benefits but you are capable of purchasing so much food that you can maintain obesity? You dont have to apologize for being annoyed, im just saing that expecting companies to cater to you to the extreme is very entitled and unjustified. If you cant fit into regular clothing you dont get to pretend its that companies fault that they dont make the exact clothing that you specifically like. Its not their fault, its your fault. 

At what point did I say I believe this is a choice?!
Do you want to add me on myfitness pal and instagram so you can see exactly what I eat because I can promise you I’ve had one day in the past month where I’ve gone even just a little over 1700, I was on my period and pissed off so I had some ice-cream. that’s it. one ice-cream a month (not even that, I can’t afford ice-cream usually I had some vouchers and got lucky) isn’t making me fat.
I spend £50 a week on food for myself and my husband, I cook from scratch every single day. if it comes pre-made or in mix form I won’t put it in my body.
You can tell me this is my fault as much as you please but you’ve not lived my life, you don’t know my experiences.
You don’t know that I was damn near hospitalized by a diet/exercise programme that a doctor put me on, you don’t know that the reason my disability has gotten so bad is because of how much I forced myself to be active.
You don’t know that I spent years off my life trying to lose weight because I was told that it would make me healthy.
it didn’t, dieting and exercising more than my body could handle landed me using a wheelchair 90% of the time I leave the house.
I am unhealthy yes but I do not have a single weight related issue.
but yes, I am entitled to the same clothing choices as straight sized people. Being fat doesn’t make me undeserving of anything.

At the beginning of this conversation. You said “Yes, you being fat is a choice. The consequences of that personal choice are yours to bear and should be tolerated.”.  You can scroll up to see what you wrote if you like. Its unlikely that you are self reporting accurately. It has been found that obese people, when asked to go on a 1200 calorie diet will self report massively inaccurately. Heres a study that backs this up.  I do not believe that you eat 1700 calories a day and can maintain obesity unless you are extremely short. I have calculated that if I was obese at my height (5’2) I would need 1900 calories a day to maintain that obesity. If you truely are at a very small height then you should think about reducing your calories according to what your body actually needs. For instance, if you are 4ft tall you need only 1400ish calories to maintain your bodyweight. You are quite simply eating too much, regardless of the situation here. Its your fault, but it in your hands is the ability to undo what you have subjected your body to. You can absolutely make a change. You already have the same clothing available to you that everyone else does. You have the exact same range of choice as everyone else. You have made eating and body choices that make you unable to wear the clothing most people are capable of wearing. People going out of their way to cater to your large size is not something you get to complain about. The restrictions you have are not their fault at all, its yours entirely.  

I think you’re a little confused sweety “Yes, you being fat is a choice. The consequences of that personal choice are yours to bear and should be tolerated.” were your words, not mine.
I’m not going to sit here and explain myself or why you’re stupid and wrong because it’s falling on deaf ears.
no one needs your opinion, approval or validation.

moderationwithallthings:

dressingtokill:

moderationwithallthings:

dressingtokill:

sciencefitness:

moderationwithallthings:

dressingtokill:

moderationwithallthings:

dressingtokill:

So I was browsing clothes online, as you do, when I came across the plus size range from George at Asda.

Now I think this is new? I can’t say I’ve ever noticed them doing a specifically plus size range before, but yes.. shapeless printed shirts and leggings. Thank you Asda, this is just what the plus size clothing world needed more of.

Being fat is a choice. Its a choice that limits what kind of clothing looks good, or even fits you. The fact that people dont specifically go out of their way to cater to your choice in the exact way you would like, is not a good reason for complaint. 

I chose to be fat just as much as you chose to be a complete moron. please be quiet.

1. I’d look got in a burlap sack, fact.

2. not having the same choice in clothes because of the terrible crime that is having a tummy is a perfectly good reason to complain.

Yes, you being fat is a choice. The consequences of that personal choice are yours to bear and should be tolerated. If you want to not be hindered in choice of clothing then you should consider a healthy weight. 

Why would you even say you would look good in a burlap sack? Being exaggeratedly vain will not convince me that you are attractive. Confidence is not generally this aggressive or assertive when its actually genuine. 

You have the exact same choice of clothes as everyone else. Your choice is not in the least way restricted, you are just not being specifically catered for because of your personal choice. You must accept the consequences of that choice. 

I am poor, my choice of clothing is restricted as fuck, and being poor was not a choice so please check your privilege. If i could pull myself out of poverty just as easy as you could lose weight i would be god damn thankful. and yet i still dont complain about the fact that poor peoples clothing isn’t fashionable.

Okay don’t even talk to me about being poor and you can seriously think again in you think this is a choice for me.

I am disabled and live on benefits, just barely enough to pay the bills. ALL of my clothes are second hand, sale buys or gifts.

I’m disabled to the point that exercising enough to make any sort of difference would cripple me. 

I eat less than 1,700 calories a day

You don’t know shit.

I’m not going to apologise for being pissed off that clothing for my size sucks, I’m not going to apologise for wanting to look good when it’s about all I have that actually brings me any joy.

Making myself look good makes me feel good on the inside which is super important considering I’m in constant pain.

But you already said you believe you being fat is your choice. Why would you suddenly go back on that idea? 

1700 calories does not maintain an obese body. You are either defying physics or you are underestimating the amount you eat. You dont need to exercise to lose weight. Being disabled wont force you to eat more than your body needs. You are poor and on benefits but you are capable of purchasing so much food that you can maintain obesity? 

You dont have to apologize for being annoyed, im just saing that expecting companies to cater to you to the extreme is very entitled and unjustified. If you cant fit into regular clothing you dont get to pretend its that companies fault that they dont make the exact clothing that you specifically like. Its not their fault, its your fault. 

At what point did I say I believe this is a choice?!

Do you want to add me on myfitness pal and instagram so you can see exactly what I eat because I can promise you I’ve had one day in the past month where I’ve gone even just a little over 1700, I was on my period and pissed off so I had some ice-cream. that’s it. one ice-cream a month (not even that, I can’t afford ice-cream usually I had some vouchers and got lucky) isn’t making me fat.

I spend £50 a week on food for myself and my husband, I cook from scratch every single day. if it comes pre-made or in mix form I won’t put it in my body.

You can tell me this is my fault as much as you please but you’ve not lived my life, you don’t know my experiences.

You don’t know that I was damn near hospitalized by a diet/exercise programme that a doctor put me on, you don’t know that the reason my disability has gotten so bad is because of how much I forced myself to be active.

You don’t know that I spent years off my life trying to lose weight because I was told that it would make me healthy.

it didn’t, dieting and exercising more than my body could handle landed me using a wheelchair 90% of the time I leave the house.

I am unhealthy yes but I do not have a single weight related issue.

but yes, I am entitled to the same clothing choices as straight sized people. Being fat doesn’t make me undeserving of anything.

At the beginning of this conversation. You said “Yes, you being fat is a choice. The consequences of that personal choice are yours to bear and should be tolerated.”.  You can scroll up to see what you wrote if you like. 

Its unlikely that you are self reporting accurately. It has been found that obese people, when asked to go on a 1200 calorie diet will self report massively inaccurately. Heres a study that backs this up.  I do not believe that you eat 1700 calories a day and can maintain obesity unless you are extremely short. I have calculated that if I was obese at my height (5’2) I would need 1900 calories a day to maintain that obesity. 

If you truely are at a very small height then you should think about reducing your calories according to what your body actually needs. For instance, if you are 4ft tall you need only 1400ish calories to maintain your bodyweight. You are quite simply eating too much, regardless of the situation here. 

Its your fault, but it in your hands is the ability to undo what you have subjected your body to. You can absolutely make a change. 

You already have the same clothing available to you that everyone else does. You have the exact same range of choice as everyone else. You have made eating and body choices that make you unable to wear the clothing most people are capable of wearing. People going out of their way to cater to your large size is not something you get to complain about. The restrictions you have are not their fault at all, its yours entirely.  

I think you’re a little confused sweety “Yes, you being fat is a choice. The consequences of that personal choice are yours to bear and should be tolerated.” were your words, not mine.

I’m not going to sit here and explain myself or why you’re stupid and wrong because it’s falling on deaf ears.

no one needs your opinion, approval or validation.

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Sep 9 '14
shellmoira:

dressingtokill:

moderationwithallthings:

dressingtokill:

sciencefitness:

moderationwithallthings:

dressingtokill:

moderationwithallthings:

dressingtokill:

So I was browsing clothes online, as you do, when I came across the plus size range from George at Asda.
Now I think this is new? I can’t say I’ve ever noticed them doing a specifically plus size range before, but yes.. shapeless printed shirts and leggings. Thank you Asda, this is just what the plus size clothing world needed more of.

Being fat is a choice. Its a choice that limits what kind of clothing looks good, or even fits you. The fact that people dont specifically go out of their way to cater to your choice in the exact way you would like, is not a good reason for complaint. 

I chose to be fat just as much as you chose to be a complete moron. please be quiet.
1. I’d look got in a burlap sack, fact.
2. not having the same choice in clothes because of the terrible crime that is having a tummy is a perfectly good reason to complain.

Yes, you being fat is a choice. The consequences of that personal choice are yours to bear and should be tolerated. If you want to not be hindered in choice of clothing then you should consider a healthy weight. Why would you even say you would look good in a burlap sack? Being exaggeratedly vain will not convince me that you are attractive. Confidence is not generally this aggressive or assertive when its actually genuine. You have the exact same choice of clothes as everyone else. Your choice is not in the least way restricted, you are just not being specifically catered for because of your personal choice. You must accept the consequences of that choice. 

I am poor, my choice of clothing is restricted as fuck, and being poor was not a choice so please check your privilege. If i could pull myself out of poverty just as easy as you could lose weight i would be god damn thankful. and yet i still dont complain about the fact that poor peoples clothing isn’t fashionable.

Okay don’t even talk to me about being poor and you can seriously think again in you think this is a choice for me.
I am disabled and live on benefits, just barely enough to pay the bills. ALL of my clothes are second hand, sale buys or gifts.
I’m disabled to the point that exercising enough to make any sort of difference would cripple me. 
I eat less than 1,700 calories a day
You don’t know shit.
I’m not going to apologise for being pissed off that clothing for my size sucks, I’m not going to apologise for wanting to look good when it’s about all I have that actually brings me any joy.
Making myself look good makes me feel good on the inside which is super important considering I’m in constant pain.

But you already said you believe you being fat is your choice. Why would you suddenly go back on that idea? 1700 calories does not maintain an obese body. You are either defying physics or you are underestimating the amount you eat. You dont need to exercise to lose weight. Being disabled wont force you to eat more than your body needs. You are poor and on benefits but you are capable of purchasing so much food that you can maintain obesity? You dont have to apologize for being annoyed, im just saing that expecting companies to cater to you to the extreme is very entitled and unjustified. If you cant fit into regular clothing you dont get to pretend its that companies fault that they dont make the exact clothing that you specifically like. Its not their fault, its your fault. 

At what point did I say I believe this is a choice?!
Do you want to add me on myfitness pal and instagram so you can see exactly what I eat because I can promise you I’ve had one day in the past month where I’ve gone even just a little over 1700, I was on my period and pissed off so I had some ice-cream. that’s it. one ice-cream a month (not even that, I can’t afford ice-cream usually I had some vouchers and got lucky) isn’t making me fat.
I spend £50 a week on food for myself and my husband, I cook from scratch every single day. if it comes pre-made or in mix form I won’t put it in my body.
You can tell me this is my fault as much as you please but you’ve not lived my life, you don’t know my experiences.
You don’t know that I was damn near hospitalized by a diet/exercise programme that a doctor put me on, you don’t know that the reason my disability has gotten so bad is because of how much I forced myself to be active.
You don’t know that I spent years off my life trying to lose weight because I was told that it would make me healthy.
it didn’t, dieting and exercising more than my body could handle landed me using a wheelchair 90% of the time I leave the house.
I am unhealthy yes but I do not have a single weight related issue.
but yes, I am entitled to the same clothing choices as straight sized people. Being fat doesn’t make me undeserving of anything.

why are you even trying to explain yourself though, like, what the fuck does it actually matter what this person or probably many others think of you, if you’re happy with yourself that’s all that matters really… you shouldn’t have to justify yourself to people. but yeah the plus size ranges for clothing over here are pretty terrible, although you can get Forever 21+ over here, just not as much as their american site has! Boohoo.com do a plus range now that aint all that bad either! i’m on ESA due to my anxiety and i save and buy clothes from the US if i want something nice and different, sell some stuff you hardly wear on ebay and keep the money to treat yourself? :) it shouldn’t be the way, and by the way its going already soon enough it won’t be the way x

I don’t even know, to be quite honest I’d been up all night so it wound me up way more than it usually would. so pissy on no sleep.most of my clothes that I don’t wear/don’t fit are still at my mums in boxes and we’re not talking. I do really want to sell them though but more for tattoo money than more clothes. I have a small selection of things at my new place that I love and wear regularly. (mostly pajamas shh)it is definitely better to shop online for sure what with places like new look cutting the Inspire range from most stores but having a great selection online. but I like actually shopping you know? I don’t get out much but when I do shopping makes me happy, even if I can’t afford to buy anything it’s fun to just look. I really do hope things keep going the way they are.

shellmoira:

dressingtokill:

moderationwithallthings:

dressingtokill:

sciencefitness:

moderationwithallthings:

dressingtokill:

moderationwithallthings:

dressingtokill:

So I was browsing clothes online, as you do, when I came across the plus size range from George at Asda.

Now I think this is new? I can’t say I’ve ever noticed them doing a specifically plus size range before, but yes.. shapeless printed shirts and leggings. Thank you Asda, this is just what the plus size clothing world needed more of.

Being fat is a choice. Its a choice that limits what kind of clothing looks good, or even fits you. The fact that people dont specifically go out of their way to cater to your choice in the exact way you would like, is not a good reason for complaint. 

I chose to be fat just as much as you chose to be a complete moron. please be quiet.

1. I’d look got in a burlap sack, fact.

2. not having the same choice in clothes because of the terrible crime that is having a tummy is a perfectly good reason to complain.

Yes, you being fat is a choice. The consequences of that personal choice are yours to bear and should be tolerated. If you want to not be hindered in choice of clothing then you should consider a healthy weight. 

Why would you even say you would look good in a burlap sack? Being exaggeratedly vain will not convince me that you are attractive. Confidence is not generally this aggressive or assertive when its actually genuine. 

You have the exact same choice of clothes as everyone else. Your choice is not in the least way restricted, you are just not being specifically catered for because of your personal choice. You must accept the consequences of that choice. 

I am poor, my choice of clothing is restricted as fuck, and being poor was not a choice so please check your privilege. If i could pull myself out of poverty just as easy as you could lose weight i would be god damn thankful. and yet i still dont complain about the fact that poor peoples clothing isn’t fashionable.

Okay don’t even talk to me about being poor and you can seriously think again in you think this is a choice for me.

I am disabled and live on benefits, just barely enough to pay the bills. ALL of my clothes are second hand, sale buys or gifts.

I’m disabled to the point that exercising enough to make any sort of difference would cripple me. 

I eat less than 1,700 calories a day

You don’t know shit.

I’m not going to apologise for being pissed off that clothing for my size sucks, I’m not going to apologise for wanting to look good when it’s about all I have that actually brings me any joy.

Making myself look good makes me feel good on the inside which is super important considering I’m in constant pain.

But you already said you believe you being fat is your choice. Why would you suddenly go back on that idea? 

1700 calories does not maintain an obese body. You are either defying physics or you are underestimating the amount you eat. You dont need to exercise to lose weight. Being disabled wont force you to eat more than your body needs. You are poor and on benefits but you are capable of purchasing so much food that you can maintain obesity? 

You dont have to apologize for being annoyed, im just saing that expecting companies to cater to you to the extreme is very entitled and unjustified. If you cant fit into regular clothing you dont get to pretend its that companies fault that they dont make the exact clothing that you specifically like. Its not their fault, its your fault. 

At what point did I say I believe this is a choice?!

Do you want to add me on myfitness pal and instagram so you can see exactly what I eat because I can promise you I’ve had one day in the past month where I’ve gone even just a little over 1700, I was on my period and pissed off so I had some ice-cream. that’s it. one ice-cream a month (not even that, I can’t afford ice-cream usually I had some vouchers and got lucky) isn’t making me fat.

I spend £50 a week on food for myself and my husband, I cook from scratch every single day. if it comes pre-made or in mix form I won’t put it in my body.

You can tell me this is my fault as much as you please but you’ve not lived my life, you don’t know my experiences.

You don’t know that I was damn near hospitalized by a diet/exercise programme that a doctor put me on, you don’t know that the reason my disability has gotten so bad is because of how much I forced myself to be active.

You don’t know that I spent years off my life trying to lose weight because I was told that it would make me healthy.

it didn’t, dieting and exercising more than my body could handle landed me using a wheelchair 90% of the time I leave the house.

I am unhealthy yes but I do not have a single weight related issue.

but yes, I am entitled to the same clothing choices as straight sized people. Being fat doesn’t make me undeserving of anything.

why are you even trying to explain yourself though, like, what the fuck does it actually matter what this person or probably many others think of you, if you’re happy with yourself that’s all that matters really… you shouldn’t have to justify yourself to people. but yeah the plus size ranges for clothing over here are pretty terrible, although you can get Forever 21+ over here, just not as much as their american site has! Boohoo.com do a plus range now that aint all that bad either! i’m on ESA due to my anxiety and i save and buy clothes from the US if i want something nice and different, sell some stuff you hardly wear on ebay and keep the money to treat yourself? :) it shouldn’t be the way, and by the way its going already soon enough it won’t be the way x

I don’t even know, to be quite honest I’d been up all night so it wound me up way more than it usually would. so pissy on no sleep.
most of my clothes that I don’t wear/don’t fit are still at my mums in boxes and we’re not talking. I do really want to sell them though but more for tattoo money than more clothes. I have a small selection of things at my new place that I love and wear regularly. (mostly pajamas shh)
it is definitely better to shop online for sure what with places like new look cutting the Inspire range from most stores but having a great selection online. but I like actually shopping you know? I don’t get out much but when I do shopping makes me happy, even if I can’t afford to buy anything it’s fun to just look.
I really do hope things keep going the way they are.

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Sep 9 '14

I just realised I never did get around to posting the official pictures from my wedding.

here are some of my favourites that show you all angles of the dress!

  • Dress and shrug: About a bride
  • Shoes: Light in the box
  • Veil: eBay
  • Bouquet: eBay
  • Tiara: gift

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Sep 9 '14
moderationwithallthings:

dressingtokill:

sciencefitness:

moderationwithallthings:

dressingtokill:

moderationwithallthings:

dressingtokill:

So I was browsing clothes online, as you do, when I came across the plus size range from George at Asda.
Now I think this is new? I can’t say I’ve ever noticed them doing a specifically plus size range before, but yes.. shapeless printed shirts and leggings. Thank you Asda, this is just what the plus size clothing world needed more of.

Being fat is a choice. Its a choice that limits what kind of clothing looks good, or even fits you. The fact that people dont specifically go out of their way to cater to your choice in the exact way you would like, is not a good reason for complaint. 

I chose to be fat just as much as you chose to be a complete moron. please be quiet.
1. I’d look got in a burlap sack, fact.
2. not having the same choice in clothes because of the terrible crime that is having a tummy is a perfectly good reason to complain.

Yes, you being fat is a choice. The consequences of that personal choice are yours to bear and should be tolerated. If you want to not be hindered in choice of clothing then you should consider a healthy weight. Why would you even say you would look good in a burlap sack? Being exaggeratedly vain will not convince me that you are attractive. Confidence is not generally this aggressive or assertive when its actually genuine. You have the exact same choice of clothes as everyone else. Your choice is not in the least way restricted, you are just not being specifically catered for because of your personal choice. You must accept the consequences of that choice. 

I am poor, my choice of clothing is restricted as fuck, and being poor was not a choice so please check your privilege. If i could pull myself out of poverty just as easy as you could lose weight i would be god damn thankful. and yet i still dont complain about the fact that poor peoples clothing isn’t fashionable.

Okay don’t even talk to me about being poor and you can seriously think again in you think this is a choice for me.
I am disabled and live on benefits, just barely enough to pay the bills. ALL of my clothes are second hand, sale buys or gifts.
I’m disabled to the point that exercising enough to make any sort of difference would cripple me. 
I eat less than 1,700 calories a day
You don’t know shit.
I’m not going to apologise for being pissed off that clothing for my size sucks, I’m not going to apologise for wanting to look good when it’s about all I have that actually brings me any joy.
Making myself look good makes me feel good on the inside which is super important considering I’m in constant pain.

But you already said you believe you being fat is your choice. Why would you suddenly go back on that idea? 1700 calories does not maintain an obese body. You are either defying physics or you are underestimating the amount you eat. You dont need to exercise to lose weight. Being disabled wont force you to eat more than your body needs. You are poor and on benefits but you are capable of purchasing so much food that you can maintain obesity? You dont have to apologize for being annoyed, im just saing that expecting companies to cater to you to the extreme is very entitled and unjustified. If you cant fit into regular clothing you dont get to pretend its that companies fault that they dont make the exact clothing that you specifically like. Its not their fault, its your fault. 

At what point did I say I believe this is a choice?!
Do you want to add me on myfitness pal and instagram so you can see exactly what I eat because I can promise you I’ve had one day in the past month where I’ve gone even just a little over 1700, I was on my period and pissed off so I had some ice-cream. that’s it. one ice-cream a month (not even that, I can’t afford ice-cream usually I had some vouchers and got lucky) isn’t making me fat.
I spend £50 a week on food for myself and my husband, I cook from scratch every single day. if it comes pre-made or in mix form I won’t put it in my body.
You can tell me this is my fault as much as you please but you’ve not lived my life, you don’t know my experiences.
You don’t know that I was damn near hospitalized by a diet/exercise programme that a doctor put me on, you don’t know that the reason my disability has gotten so bad is because of how much I forced myself to be active.
You don’t know that I spent years off my life trying to lose weight because I was told that it would make me healthy.
it didn’t, dieting and exercising more than my body could handle landed me using a wheelchair 90% of the time I leave the house.
I am unhealthy yes but I do not have a single weight related issue.
but yes, I am entitled to the same clothing choices as straight sized people. Being fat doesn’t make me undeserving of anything.

moderationwithallthings:

dressingtokill:

sciencefitness:

moderationwithallthings:

dressingtokill:

moderationwithallthings:

dressingtokill:

So I was browsing clothes online, as you do, when I came across the plus size range from George at Asda.

Now I think this is new? I can’t say I’ve ever noticed them doing a specifically plus size range before, but yes.. shapeless printed shirts and leggings. Thank you Asda, this is just what the plus size clothing world needed more of.

Being fat is a choice. Its a choice that limits what kind of clothing looks good, or even fits you. The fact that people dont specifically go out of their way to cater to your choice in the exact way you would like, is not a good reason for complaint. 

I chose to be fat just as much as you chose to be a complete moron. please be quiet.

1. I’d look got in a burlap sack, fact.

2. not having the same choice in clothes because of the terrible crime that is having a tummy is a perfectly good reason to complain.

Yes, you being fat is a choice. The consequences of that personal choice are yours to bear and should be tolerated. If you want to not be hindered in choice of clothing then you should consider a healthy weight. 

Why would you even say you would look good in a burlap sack? Being exaggeratedly vain will not convince me that you are attractive. Confidence is not generally this aggressive or assertive when its actually genuine. 

You have the exact same choice of clothes as everyone else. Your choice is not in the least way restricted, you are just not being specifically catered for because of your personal choice. You must accept the consequences of that choice. 

I am poor, my choice of clothing is restricted as fuck, and being poor was not a choice so please check your privilege. If i could pull myself out of poverty just as easy as you could lose weight i would be god damn thankful. and yet i still dont complain about the fact that poor peoples clothing isn’t fashionable.

Okay don’t even talk to me about being poor and you can seriously think again in you think this is a choice for me.

I am disabled and live on benefits, just barely enough to pay the bills. ALL of my clothes are second hand, sale buys or gifts.

I’m disabled to the point that exercising enough to make any sort of difference would cripple me. 

I eat less than 1,700 calories a day

You don’t know shit.

I’m not going to apologise for being pissed off that clothing for my size sucks, I’m not going to apologise for wanting to look good when it’s about all I have that actually brings me any joy.

Making myself look good makes me feel good on the inside which is super important considering I’m in constant pain.

But you already said you believe you being fat is your choice. Why would you suddenly go back on that idea? 

1700 calories does not maintain an obese body. You are either defying physics or you are underestimating the amount you eat. You dont need to exercise to lose weight. Being disabled wont force you to eat more than your body needs. You are poor and on benefits but you are capable of purchasing so much food that you can maintain obesity? 

You dont have to apologize for being annoyed, im just saing that expecting companies to cater to you to the extreme is very entitled and unjustified. If you cant fit into regular clothing you dont get to pretend its that companies fault that they dont make the exact clothing that you specifically like. Its not their fault, its your fault. 

At what point did I say I believe this is a choice?!

Do you want to add me on myfitness pal and instagram so you can see exactly what I eat because I can promise you I’ve had one day in the past month where I’ve gone even just a little over 1700, I was on my period and pissed off so I had some ice-cream. that’s it. one ice-cream a month (not even that, I can’t afford ice-cream usually I had some vouchers and got lucky) isn’t making me fat.

I spend £50 a week on food for myself and my husband, I cook from scratch every single day. if it comes pre-made or in mix form I won’t put it in my body.

You can tell me this is my fault as much as you please but you’ve not lived my life, you don’t know my experiences.

You don’t know that I was damn near hospitalized by a diet/exercise programme that a doctor put me on, you don’t know that the reason my disability has gotten so bad is because of how much I forced myself to be active.

You don’t know that I spent years off my life trying to lose weight because I was told that it would make me healthy.

it didn’t, dieting and exercising more than my body could handle landed me using a wheelchair 90% of the time I leave the house.

I am unhealthy yes but I do not have a single weight related issue.

but yes, I am entitled to the same clothing choices as straight sized people. Being fat doesn’t make me undeserving of anything.

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Sep 9 '14
sciencefitness:

moderationwithallthings:

dressingtokill:

moderationwithallthings:

dressingtokill:

So I was browsing clothes online, as you do, when I came across the plus size range from George at Asda.
Now I think this is new? I can’t say I’ve ever noticed them doing a specifically plus size range before, but yes.. shapeless printed shirts and leggings. Thank you Asda, this is just what the plus size clothing world needed more of.

Being fat is a choice. Its a choice that limits what kind of clothing looks good, or even fits you. The fact that people dont specifically go out of their way to cater to your choice in the exact way you would like, is not a good reason for complaint. 

I chose to be fat just as much as you chose to be a complete moron. please be quiet.
1. I’d look got in a burlap sack, fact.
2. not having the same choice in clothes because of the terrible crime that is having a tummy is a perfectly good reason to complain.

Yes, you being fat is a choice. The consequences of that personal choice are yours to bear and should be tolerated. If you want to not be hindered in choice of clothing then you should consider a healthy weight. Why would you even say you would look good in a burlap sack? Being exaggeratedly vain will not convince me that you are attractive. Confidence is not generally this aggressive or assertive when its actually genuine. You have the exact same choice of clothes as everyone else. Your choice is not in the least way restricted, you are just not being specifically catered for because of your personal choice. You must accept the consequences of that choice. 

I am poor, my choice of clothing is restricted as fuck, and being poor was not a choice so please check your privilege. If i could pull myself out of poverty just as easy as you could lose weight i would be god damn thankful. and yet i still dont complain about the fact that poor peoples clothing isn’t fashionable.

Okay don’t even talk to me about being poor and you can seriously think again in you think this is a choice for me.
I am disabled and live on benefits, just barely enough to pay the bills. ALL of my clothes are second hand, sale buys or gifts.
I’m disabled to the point that exercising enough to make any sort of difference would cripple me. 
I eat less than 1,700 calories a day
You don’t know shit.
I’m not going to apologise for being pissed off that clothing for my size sucks, I’m not going to apologise for wanting to look good when it’s about all I have that actually brings me any joy.
Making myself look good makes me feel good on the inside which is super important considering I’m in constant pain.

sciencefitness:

moderationwithallthings:

dressingtokill:

moderationwithallthings:

dressingtokill:

So I was browsing clothes online, as you do, when I came across the plus size range from George at Asda.

Now I think this is new? I can’t say I’ve ever noticed them doing a specifically plus size range before, but yes.. shapeless printed shirts and leggings. Thank you Asda, this is just what the plus size clothing world needed more of.

Being fat is a choice. Its a choice that limits what kind of clothing looks good, or even fits you. The fact that people dont specifically go out of their way to cater to your choice in the exact way you would like, is not a good reason for complaint. 

I chose to be fat just as much as you chose to be a complete moron. please be quiet.

1. I’d look got in a burlap sack, fact.

2. not having the same choice in clothes because of the terrible crime that is having a tummy is a perfectly good reason to complain.

Yes, you being fat is a choice. The consequences of that personal choice are yours to bear and should be tolerated. If you want to not be hindered in choice of clothing then you should consider a healthy weight. 

Why would you even say you would look good in a burlap sack? Being exaggeratedly vain will not convince me that you are attractive. Confidence is not generally this aggressive or assertive when its actually genuine. 

You have the exact same choice of clothes as everyone else. Your choice is not in the least way restricted, you are just not being specifically catered for because of your personal choice. You must accept the consequences of that choice. 

I am poor, my choice of clothing is restricted as fuck, and being poor was not a choice so please check your privilege. If i could pull myself out of poverty just as easy as you could lose weight i would be god damn thankful. and yet i still dont complain about the fact that poor peoples clothing isn’t fashionable.

Okay don’t even talk to me about being poor and you can seriously think again in you think this is a choice for me.

I am disabled and live on benefits, just barely enough to pay the bills. ALL of my clothes are second hand, sale buys or gifts.

I’m disabled to the point that exercising enough to make any sort of difference would cripple me. 

I eat less than 1,700 calories a day

You don’t know shit.

I’m not going to apologise for being pissed off that clothing for my size sucks, I’m not going to apologise for wanting to look good when it’s about all I have that actually brings me any joy.

Making myself look good makes me feel good on the inside which is super important considering I’m in constant pain.

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Sep 9 '14
moderationwithallthings:

dressingtokill:

So I was browsing clothes online, as you do, when I came across the plus size range from George at Asda.
Now I think this is new? I can’t say I’ve ever noticed them doing a specifically plus size range before, but yes.. shapeless printed shirts and leggings. Thank you Asda, this is just what the plus size clothing world needed more of.

Being fat is a choice. Its a choice that limits what kind of clothing looks good, or even fits you. The fact that people dont specifically go out of their way to cater to your choice in the exact way you would like, is not a good reason for complaint. 

I chose to be fat just as much as you chose to be a complete moron. please be quiet.
1. I’d look got in a burlap sack, fact.
2. not having the same choice in clothes because of the terrible crime that is having a tummy is a perfectly good reason to complain.

moderationwithallthings:

dressingtokill:

So I was browsing clothes online, as you do, when I came across the plus size range from George at Asda.

Now I think this is new? I can’t say I’ve ever noticed them doing a specifically plus size range before, but yes.. shapeless printed shirts and leggings. Thank you Asda, this is just what the plus size clothing world needed more of.

Being fat is a choice. Its a choice that limits what kind of clothing looks good, or even fits you. The fact that people dont specifically go out of their way to cater to your choice in the exact way you would like, is not a good reason for complaint. 

I chose to be fat just as much as you chose to be a complete moron. please be quiet.

1. I’d look got in a burlap sack, fact.

2. not having the same choice in clothes because of the terrible crime that is having a tummy is a perfectly good reason to complain.

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Sep 8 '14
So I was browsing clothes online, as you do, when I came across the plus size range from George at Asda.
Now I think this is new? I can’t say I’ve ever noticed them doing a specifically plus size range before, but yes.. shapeless printed shirts and leggings. Thank you Asda, this is just what the plus size clothing world needed more of.

So I was browsing clothes online, as you do, when I came across the plus size range from George at Asda.

Now I think this is new? I can’t say I’ve ever noticed them doing a specifically plus size range before, but yes.. shapeless printed shirts and leggings. Thank you Asda, this is just what the plus size clothing world needed more of.

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Jul 10 '14

So I was at sonisphere last weekend and I only managed to get ONE outfit picture D:

I may have to wear them all again just to take pictures…

This one was on the friday after I found this necklace that I will probably never wear apart from festivals since that’s really the only place it’s socially acceptable.

  • Flower crown: some random stall at sonisphere I forgot to get the name of
  • Necklace: extreme largeness
  • Dress: Primark
  • Jacket: Newlook
  • Boots: eBay

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Jun 3 '14

ohgahd:

dressingtokill:

Good morning tumblr! 

I LOVE LOVE LOOOOVE todays OOTD! finally some nice weather again, sunshine! yippeee! (can you tell I’m in an awesome mood?) this dress is beautiful I just had to have it, I love the cut out sides and underwired cups, no need for a bra! it’s just too perfect.

Dress: George at asda

Cardigan: Primark

Shoes: eBay

Beads: Vintage - great grandmas

Sunglasses: Primark

OMG I THOUGHT THIS WAS YOU SARUH

I FULLY SUPPORT THE WEARING OF A SIMILAR OUTFIT

YOU COULD BE LADY LIBERTY

EXCEPT LADY LIBERTY ISN’T THIS SWEET LITTLE THANG, AND AFTER THE SHIT SHE’S SEEN, SHE’S HAD ENOUGH. LADY LIBERTY IS A BADASS FEMINIST SLUT BITCH AND SHE’S TAKING A STAND AGAINST UNCLE SAM. SHE’S ACCOMPANIED BY HER SIDEKICK, JUSTICE, A SEEING IMPAIRED VIGILANTE SHIT-KICKER! SHE MAY BE BLIND, BUT SHE AIN’T STUPID~
IT’S TIME THEY GET SOME~!

LADY LIBERTY: AND JUSTICE FOR ALL

(coming this july to a theater near you.)

wait do I know you?! I’m confused.

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May 29 '14

So this is it you guys! my last Disney outfit :(

I think this one was my favourite so I saved it until last. On our final day we decided to go back to magic kingdom since that is basically the definition of Disney and of course it was magical and I loved every second, I really wish I could go back and do it all again! 

who knows, maybe if I wish upon a star, my dream will come true ;)

I loved these shoes for this outfit, I bought them last year but had been saving them for this occasion! unfortunately my body reacted badly to the heat and my feet got crazy swollen and bruised and I ended up with blisters from my shoes rubbing where they were now too small so I had no choice but to wear them with tights. not quite the look I wanted but close enough.

  • Dress: Dorothy Perkins
  • Necklace: eBay
  • Tights: Matalan
  • Shoes: eBay 

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May 25 '14
someone asked to see a closeup of my chest tats, so here you go. 
this was a few hours after I had them done.

someone asked to see a closeup of my chest tats, so here you go. 

this was a few hours after I had them done.

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