Disease Proof

Clothes for "Chubbies"

Well, times have certainly changed. Ladies, how do you feel about this brand of marketing? Jim Foster of Diet Blog passes it along:






But, with all the anorexic movie star worship are we really more evolved nowadays? Seems like we went the other way with it.
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Lilly - March 27, 2008 10:31 AM

"chubby" and "stout", huh? hmph...i always preferred "zaftig" ;)

(zaftig: of a woman : having a full rounded figure : pleasingly plump)

of course, that won't apply for too much longer, now that I'm exercising & "eating to live" ;)

Llouise - March 27, 2008 11:05 AM

Lol @ LILLY. You Go!! Haha. I recall "Pleasantly Plump." No real nice way to say it is there? :) I wonder if back then it was as offensive?
Nowadays, telling someone they're too thin can be hurtful!

Gerry Pugliese - March 27, 2008 12:42 PM

Hey Lilly and Llouise-

I was thinking, what about "husky" and "tubby" for men? LOL!

Peace.
-Gerry

Llouise - March 27, 2008 5:37 PM

Oh, those bite too, lol. Or "stocky" :^D

Sara - March 27, 2008 10:24 PM

Chubby sizes for girls, husky for boys. Not something I remember fondly.

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