Being the nosy cow I am, I had a look round to see who he was referring to, when it became obvious they were all staring at me. Now, I am not phased by such bollocks, I am fat, I am aware that I am not everyone's cup of tea, but why does being fat make it ok for people to comment on my appearance when I am within earshot? I just smiled at him and replied "ah but if I was thinner, I'd attract arseholes like you" and supped quietly on my pint of cider like the fat bird that I am.
I guess I'll take it as a compliment that he felt the need to comment on me at all, but anyone with less confidence than me could be crushed by hearing this sort of crap - just remember people, we're all amazing regardless of our shapes and sizes....
And onto today, I wish I'd been wearing this t-shirt last night to stick 2 fingers up at the pub knob jockey.
I've had this t-shirt for a few months, but it's yet to make an appearance on the blog, but it's kind of how I feel today so I'm wearing loud and proud. I bought the largest size available as I wanted it to be slouchy and I love it. I've just kept it simple with grey skinny jeans and my studded wedge trainers, cos that's how I roll...
T-Shirt (XXL) - Betty Bee Vintage
Grey Skinny Jeans (24) - Evans
Studded Wedge trainers - Aldo @ ASOS
So ladies, be proud of what you are and sod what anyone else thinks.