Can we see how many people agree with this?
I’ve got many messages from you saying you don’t want ‘normal’ people here. As for me, I see Facebook people as ‘normal’ people who should not be here.
If I was a famous author I would publish a book with ten different endings which all went to print with varying degrees of rarity, but not tell the fans about it so that I could watch their confusion as they disagree over how the story ended. Then when they figured it out I would ‘come clean’, telling them that I had released eleven alternate endings and watch them panic again as they all try to find the last ending.
This is perfect.
slow down there, satan
This is me:
My name is Joy and I’m about 5’8.” I way about 133lbs, and I used to be underweight for my height. Most people would agree that I look skinny, or at least normal. Because of my height, however, I wear larges and sometimes extra larges. I get annoyed when size 9 jeans aren’t long enough and I have to go up a size to get 11’s. It’s not that I think I don’t look good or anything, it’s the simple fact that I know I’m skinny and potentially underweight. Why am I having to buy XL and XXL? No wonder anorexia in America is a problem, we set unrealistic standards for ourselves.
Then, some jerk has the nerve say that he only wants a certain type of people, the cool, rich people, and defines a person’s attractiveness and “coolness” by their size. I’ve never actually liked Abercrombie. I could clothe my entire body for the price of one shirt (that advertises them). WHY would I want to pay $50+ to be a walking billboard? Plus I choke everytime I walk past the place, the scent is so strong. It’s an entire store selling bad body image. They don’t usually hire people they don’t consider attractive, and on the off chance that they do, they make that person work in the back.
If I can’t wear his clothes because I wear XL and that isn’t “attractive” enough for him, then how can he come within 100 miles of one of his precious supermodel stores without the supermodel mafia attacking him? When he’s jobless and homeless he will wish someone donated clothes to keep him warm.
People should be proud of how they look. Every size and shape has its ups and downs. Plus, everyone knows that people with a little extra bit of stuffing give better hugs. You should be proud of how you look, and not base the entire rules of a company on your own insecurity.