How fucking wasteful and careless can you be?! So she just bought a bunch of overpriced VDay shit so she could rip it, stab it and spill it everywhere so it can go straight into the trash. This makes me want to pull my hair out. Then you have these other fatties getting upset with the thins who refashion plus size clothing that would end up in the trash anyway, absolute madness.
Jesus. If I were an executive at the KY company, I'd fire whatever twit in marketing decided to have THESE names associated with my product.
Interesting that she claims that her kids rarely drink soda, have limited screen time, but only says that they are offered “a variety of foods.” Even she won’t pretend that she feeds her kids anything healthy, just a “variety.” You know, McDonald’s, Taco Bell, Panda Express... the whole world gets represented.
“Single by choice”, Anna please, everyone knows you’re still a virgin and the last person to go near those candy juicy thighs got crushed and was never heard from again (RIP).
Gives whole new meaning to springtrap...Legend says he's still trapped in there to this day.
I am confused. Here it looks like a nice, broad and gaping vulva parted by a swimsuit. Although it is just a fat-assembly point.What the absolute fuck is a "vulva gape" and why does she have to worry about it when her fatness has prevented God's clean air from ever touching her putrid taint?
The image of these two having sex is enough to make me want to be abstinent. Not saying that society has to be prudish or anything, but I’m tired of everyone telling people on social media about their sex life/orientation. Some things are better left unsaid for a reason.
A Most Dangerhair-ous GameThey should lock the deathfats in a room, like 4 at a time, and place about 6K calories worth of food somewhere in the room just out of reach. Make them team up to get the food and then see if they can share it without fighting.
We can make this happen right?
I.... I can smell these pictures...
It's not uncommon for North American thrift stores in any city of about 1 million to get rid of something like a ton a day, regularly and more on weekends. That's per store, not total for the city.If you're at the charity shops at the right time you can even see the collectors hauling away the bagged-up, unsold clothes for disposal. A small charity shop in the UK - our thrifts are incredibly tiny compared to the giant supermarket-sized US ones - will get rid of multiple black bags full of clothing this way every single week.