Sunday

25 things fat people shouldn't do: Wear an ironic t shirt


25 Things Fat People Shouldn't Do is an unabashed middle finger to the preposterous idea that any human who weighs more than the status quo does not deserve to live a full and well rounded (ahem) life. The list of 25 is composed word for word from direct lists of sheer assholery found on the internet. These range from the absurd to the profoundly shameful, and I will be disproving this offensive notion with style. May the Chub Club live long and prosper!"-The Militant Baker

Wear an ironic t shirt
Top: Primark
Skirt: River Island

Ok, so a Pepsi top isn't really ironic, as such. Unless you consider that the reason I first got fat (before I got skinny and then fat again!) was because I drank far too much full-fat Pepsi. Now I drink Diet Pepsi which, although it still might not be any good for me, at least means I'm not consuming an extra 1937565939 calories a day. No, I don't drink it because I'm trying to lose weight. I more than make up for that with all the white Magnums and Curly Wurlys I eat! I just prefer the taste these days. 

This top was originally very shapeless and unflattering with a high crew neck. Not ideal for us fatties! I chopped off the neckline and lowered it, snipped the sleeves off to create a vest top and tied it with little ribbons to make it look less butch. 

27 comments :

  1. I really like the way you customised the top :)

    Hayley
    Water Painted Dreams
    xxx

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  2. LOL I love these posts you make me die xxx

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    1. In a good way, I hope. Although I'm not sure how many good ways there are to die!

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  3. You look lovely :) The customisation is awesome!
    Petit Dora xoxo

    http://petit-dora.blogspot.co.uk

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  4. Love these posts, they're so cute. Your outfit looks fab missus :)

    xx

    www.forevermissvanity.com

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  5. Wahhhh the ribbon looks so cute!! I'm so going to do this with some of my tees! You pretty little thing you!

    Emily @ www.emulehparker.co.uk xx

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    1. I'd love to see how yours turn out!

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  6. Adorable!! The shirt DIY is great!

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  7. I love the ribbon shoulders, really stands out! I'm the same too, actually prefer the Diet Pepsi taste. Although that wouldn't make such a good t-shirt!

    Belle x
    Mascara & Maltesers

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  8. Not to be a Debbie Downer but there's increasing research which shows the sugar in diet pop drinks are actually worse for you then the full blown pop version. Either way, love what you did with the sleeves and the ribbon!

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    1. Yeah, I know that. It sucks! Like I said though, at least it's not a billion liquid calories!

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  9. I like what you've done with your top, I have so many slightly butch Tshirts I can rescue by trying something like this with! xxx

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    1. Thank you so much! Classic-cut t-shirts just look so butch and manly on me haha!

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  10. I love how you have customised this :) xx

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  11. you look so cute, i love the idea with the ribbons! this series of posts is the best ok (also i probably drink an unhealthy amount of diet coke, i totally see where you're coming from with diet pepsi, it totally tastes better) xx

    asdeepandasblack.blogspot.com

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    1. Diet drinks taste so much better than the full-fat ones. They're just so sticky and sickly. Ew!

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  12. the ribbon detail is so pretty, love what you did there. I'm actually think pepsi tastes better than coke, dam you sugary drinks!

    http://kimiandme.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. Pepsi is definitely better than Coke!

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  13. Such an awesome top and perfect for you :) I love the ribbon ties :)

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