log_jammin: yes, most of them were indeed "plus sized". and?
rumpelstiltskin: They're still fat. Just not obese, or "average", as we say in America.
PacManDreaming: Not that I would turn any of them down, mind you.
quatchi: I would disappoint each and every one of them gals most vigorously.*stupid grin*Sorry. What were we talking about again?
Onkel Buck: Thicker than cold grits!
Wellon Dowd: I was hoping for Katie Kox.
blackhonda: Send them all to me.
PvtHike: I am good with everything there.
Tat'dGreaser: After looking at the link more, some of those women are most definitely overweight. It's not even a discussion, they'd be overweight anywhere in the world.
Gunther: Yup. They're all very attractive women (near as I can tell under the photoshopping and makeup), but many of them look overweight (going by a purely medical definition of a BMI greater than 25).Presumably the ones that don't look overweight are quite tall and thus require plus-sized clothes. So... yeah. Not sure why I'm supposed to be outraged by this. Should they try to find unattractive models to model plus-sized clothes? That seems kinda mean spirited.
EyeballKid: Is there a male plus size model industry?
amindtat: [i.imgur.com image 625x826]
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