yes, I can definitely do that!! I totally understand because sexual talk/content can make me rather uncomfortable too in a lot of context. I apologize, I never thought to tag it before. I’ll be using ‘sex tw’ and ‘sex mention tw’
just remember that if they had an issue with your weight or they weren’t attracted to you then they probably wouldn’t be seeing you in the first place.
there’s absolutely nothing wrong with size differences in relationships (in fact, I think they’re kinda adorable actually) and if he isn’t giving off any kind of indications that he thinks otherwise, then you shouldn’t either. I know it’s far easier said than done, but remember that people are attracted to all different kinds of things and someone being smaller than you does not at all mean that you are not worthy of their adoration or that they don’t find you absolutely lovely.
I’m fairly positive that wasn’t actually anyone’s gravestone seeing as it was absolutely huge and didn’t even have anything written on it. it was an arboretum along with being a cemetery, so there were sculptures and architect that weren’t all graves.
if I thought it was their gravestone then I wouldn’t have sat there. we were actually very careful to not even step on anyone’s gravestones, out of respect.
You sound…really bitter and like ya need to sort some shit out that has absolutely nothing to do with me or fat people.
1) People don’t die from obesity. People aren’t just dropping dead from teh fatz. I believe what you’re looking for are actual illnesses and conditions which can be linked to fat. I think it’s funny though because you people always act like fat folk just drop like flies and as though we all have a heart attack by the age of 25 and die at 30. Brah, let me just tell you that I know a TON (like 100s upon 100s) of fat people and I have known them for many years and they’re still alive and kickin’. Stop aggressively trying to install fear in me when I am surrounded by the thing you’re trying to act like you know about.
2) I’m not stuck in my body. I freakin’ love my body and all of it’s wobbly bits. It gets me around, it lets me experience whatever I want, it’s a goddamn great body. So no, I never even remotely implied that I’m stuck in this glorious vessel or that it’s ‘too hard to change’. That would imply that I felt I needed to change. Also, I am actually comfortably in a chair right now as opposed to a couch, but thank you for the concern.
3) Considering I’ve been with the fox for about 3 years..I think I can get a better read on what he would love and wouldn’t love. I’d say he’s pretty happy with my weight on his hips. You know what he would REALLY love? As well as myself? If self loathing, overly aggressive, bitter individuals like yourself just ceased to exist from the internet as well as real life until you could actually learn to interact with other human beings.
I apologize that the mere presence of someone you think should hate themselves, actually loving themselves and sharing it with the world, gets you this riled up.
yes’m (: it’s afattyfox
Hey you!! First of all, yes! I have flown on numerous occasions (: I totally get the anxiety of it all though.
The last time I was flying..I had an open seat next to me up until the morning of the flight. I was checking the seats obsessively for weeks and was so happy I had an extra seat. Imagine my panic when it got to a few hours before and it was taken. So..long story short, I freaked out really bad and actually started crying/having a panic attack in the airport and it was horrible. I thought I wasn’t going to be able to go and then at the last minute my boyfriend talked me into it by telling me it’d be okay. I was so afraid the person next to me would hate me and. give those disapproving looks. Let me just say that I got seated next to one of the nicest women ever and she made me feel so much better. She got up to let me in, asked if I was all tucked in, and even stayed next to me when the flight attendant tried to discretely ask if she wanted to sit in an empty row. It was such a relief and I felt so silly for having been that upset before.
As far as fitting in the seats - yeah, I do. It’s a LOT more comfortable to have the arm rest up for me and I can’t pull down the tray table all the way, but that’s whatever. I also have my own seat belt extender because I know I need one, but it’s super easy to just ask the FA’s for one when you get on the plane. They’ve always been very polite and discrete with me. You can also talk to the people at the gate when you get there and see if there are any open seats to where you could have an open one next to you. Just be really polite and mention you’re asking for the comfort of yourself/the other passengers. They’ll usually try to be accomodating if they can. It’s not the end of the world if you do get seated next to someone else though. Always opt for either a window or aisle seat. I have been in the middle a couple times when I was a bit smaller and it’s not the most comfortable, but the people weren’t rude. This is all if you’re traveling alone. If you’re traveling with someone else, just have them sit in the middle and put the armrest up and squish together. (:
Just remember that you have just as much of a right to be there as anyone else. You have somewhere to go, you deserve to get there. Also, the fact that you’ll never see these people again in your life. Even if it is uncomfortable, it’ll be over in a few hours. I always take along some pain relievers and maybe even some sleeping pills as my back/tailbone starts to hurt after awhile and it helps to calm me down. Flying isn’t the most fun in the world, but it’s never as bad as we build it up to be.
Also - if you’re on FB, look up the group ‘flying while fat’!
eeee, I’m sure he’s gonna appreciate that ;p
I’m kind of biased because I freakin’ love VBO. I think it’s the cutest stinkin’ shit ever. so my advice would to be to rock that tummy and work it cause you got it. you’re gonna look fabulous!
look at all the other VBO’s and realize how much better belly outlines make the world