25 things fat people shouldn't do #4

"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

Ok, I know I don't drive (Although I do have a car). Jes hypothesised that the reason why fat people shouldn't drive is because they should be walking instead. In that case, I will replace this with "use public transport".

Well, for one thing, I couldn't do my job without the train. I work 28 miles away from home and I don't fancy spending 9 hours walking to work, thank you very much. 
I do walk 25 minutes to the station in the morning though, then another 15 at the other end. Multiply that by 2 and I walk for 80 minutes a day just to get to work and back. That's good enough for me, thanks. 


  1. That is ludicrous! Glad you are taking a stance :D


  2. 25 things fat people shouldn't do is the dumbest thing i've ever heard of. it was just created by mean people... like bullies, who are trying to find ways to feel better about themselves by laughing at others expense.

    im a very skinny person, and i certainly don't walk anywhere near 80 minutes a day. i should really be more active!

    pretty photo of you. i love your double nose ring! what do you do for work?

    xx. amber

  3. YAY BECKY! Claim that fucking space!

    PS, you are absolutely gorgeous.

  4. Mmmm, and don't forget to link up to any of the posts! (theyre all synced now)

  5. Love Militant Baker. This is preposterous. I love her posts for this.



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