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Priddy, Joel "The Thrilling Adventure Hour"
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God damn it Amazon!
People of the internet! for months i have been waiting and looking for this graphic novel Amazon has failed me, waterstones nope, smiths and play.com, foils, any other internet sitesI tried even God help even good old trustworthy Daves comics have not got it. Is there any one out there who knows where i can get my hands on one?
If you give in to what the conformist see as beautiful you will never be happy with yourself because you will never live up to standards set by others, but if you except yourself as beautiful in your own skin without comparing yourself to the beauty ideal or the ideals of others, beauty will come naturally to you as an individual and you shall have a lot more energy to realise your full potential and true self-image.
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What I have been wondering about resonantly is clothing more precisely why some shops feel it necessary to separate the 18 and over clothing in the shop, hiding it at the back of the shops or on the second floor behind the children. Even then there is only a limited stock to choose from in store. I like going in to a shop and being able to feel and brows thought what’s on offer, but most plus-size cloths have been banished to the Internet. It’s like they don’t want us coming in to the shop, they want our money but don’t want to see us. Perhaps they think we’ll eat the others customers?
Perhaps I’m bitter but the quality and verity of cloths available to the ‘Plus Size’ person (I can only speak for woman but I assume men suffer the same) is limited at best. There are some good makes and retailers out there, but what they’re making is basically the same as all the other cloths so why not just mix the sizes on the same rack and be done with it? Why do you have to single out the over 18’s? or even those at the other end of the scale the “petites” those who are shorter or taller then average, humans come in different shapes and sizes remember that.
Usury what they churn out for the bigger buyer is unattractive, boring, uninspired, old, or simply should not exist. Most plus size cloths (there are exceptions if you look hard enough on the internet) seem to follow these lines of thinking:
“Make it baggy”
“No bright colour they hate colour”
“Cover it in squins!”
“CAT!!! ALL FAT PEOPLE WANT TO WEAR A T-SHIRT WITH A CAT ON IT!”
No just no…
I do not want to wear loose fitting cloths all the time, I want to wear shorts in the summer and I want to have my arms exposed. I want to wear swimsuits with out a t-shirt over it and if want to wear… (wait for it) A BAKINI! I don’t want to be made to feel ashamed for it.
I know I could loose weight, but that simply is not for me. I took a long time to come to terms with not fitting into the ideal set by the beauty myth, and now I am happy with my body, I would even go as far and say I like being fat. It makes me feel cuddly and friendly and in some ways strong. I am Ruben-esc and they were caving my likeness out of rock in the Neolithic. I realised a long time ago if it was unhappy at a size 20 I would probably still be unhappy and size 10. But I like all humans am effected by the judgment of others and still sometimes feel saddened by my food baby tummy or my table arse, or my bingo wings and stretchmark’s especially when walking towards the “fat bird” section and seeing the sad state if it, or seeing a shirt with “Tummy control” on slapped on the label. I am happy with how I look and I try not to make other feel bad about the way they look, all I ask is for them to return the same curtsey.