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I am finally ready to share my new blog! I am super thrilled and proud of myself for actually going through with this; I never saw myself as interesting or inspiring but after so much encouragement, I decided to go for it. So, please go check it out to see more pictures and find out about this bathing suit. Leave me a comment while you’re there(○゜ε^○) 

Fatshion blog:  www.hantisedeloubli.com

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Advice for Plus Sized and Bigger Girls this Summer
  • Don’t be afraid to enjoy food and drink like ice cream and soda
  • Don’t be afraid to wear a cropped top, shorts, skirts or anything tight or reveling because its your body and nobody elses!
  • Wear plenty of Sun Cream and drink plenty of liquids to keep hydrated
  • Ignore nasty comments by other narrow minded people 
  • Don’t be ashamed of your stretch marks and cellulite 
  • Keep your head up high and ignore the haters
  • If people judge you for what you wear or eating certain foods in public, ignore them and think “ they have a problem not me”
  • Double Chins are cute and all bodies are good no matter your size
  • Fat is not a bad word
  • Be careful not to get sun stroke
  • Eat plenty of fruit so your body has extra water meaning you won’t get dehydrated as easy.
  • Just enjoy the summer any other person would and remember you don’t need to diet for the summer as your body is great :)


  You ever have the suspicion that you’ve been abducted by aliens? 


Selling this X-Files crop top on depop cause it doesn’t fit (Size Large, no stretch not for Plus Size)

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Russia’s Big Ballet- 

The Big Ballet is a troupe of dancers from Russia who weigh a minimum of 220 pounds each. 

“The Big Ballet formed in 1994 and set out to deliberately and, above all, self-confidently challenge accepted social standards in a world where the pursuit of slenderness and beauty seems obsessive. The dancers courageously and imposingly prove that grace, elegance, charisma and nimbleness is not the demesne of the “thin”, proudly presenting their voluptuous yet surprisingly sinuous and flexible figures.”