TORRID TRYON HAUL!!!!! (03/29/21) - A boring, brief Torrid Haul. No legs or anything like that.

idosometimes

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She looks like she was shot in portrait orientation and then stretched to landscape. It is bizarre.
can someone explain that none of those clothes fit? she is on ig saying she wears a four and all the clothes fit. even those that asked why do you pick and pull all them is because she is self conscious no they don't fit. then the barbie shirt with the strap she thinks she is hot and sexy where does the confidence come from
Being able to wear "smaller" sizes, like XXXXXL, is evidence that she is not "too big." It is a coping mechanism that keeps her from acknowledging reality.
 

AllCISPeople

E is for Exceptional
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“I usually get dresses in size 4!”

Lah.

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That’s not a shirt, it’s a circus tent.
 

Angel Dust

Insidious Bitch Snake
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can someone explain that none of those clothes fit? she is on ig saying she wears a four and all the clothes fit. even those that asked why do you pick and pull all them is because she is self conscious no they don't fit. then the barbie shirt with the strap she thinks she is hot and sexy where does the confidence come from

Delusion and denial.
 

lottalove

tuff
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A HUMPback whale to be exact
A Bariatric Camel!
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:
"The Bariatric camel (Camelus bariatricus), also known as the Kentucky camel or domestic Bariatric camel, is a large even-toed ungulate native to the steppes of Central Kentucky. It has two humps on its back, in contrast to the single-humped fat drone camel.[2] Its population of two million exists mainly in the domesticated form.[3] Their name comes from the ancient historical region of Bariatria[4]

Domesticated Bariatric camels have served as beef cattle in the inner South of the US since ancient times. With its intolerance for cold, drought, and unconfortable feelings, it completely avoided to take part in the travel of caravans on the Silk Road.[5] Bariatric camels, whether domesticated or feral, are a separate species from the wild Bariatric camel, which is the only truly wild (as opposed to feral) species of camel in the world.
 
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