Calling someone "skin and bones" is offensive and rude to any person who is very thin. Curves are hot, sure, but so are curveless bodies. How about saying that we're ALL beautiful, instead of putting down one body type to make another look good?
I completely understand where you’re coming from, and I’m sorry. I had no intention of putting anyone down, or making one body type feel better than the other. When I wrote that, I didn’t have that in my mind. I also wasn’t realizing the way I worded what I said could insult someone. I should have specified that I meant you don’t need to go about being skinny in an un-healthy way and that if you have some curves, it’s okay. You shouldn’t be ashamed of it. I just know so many girls who go to extremes in order to be skinny, although they already are, and it breaks my heart. Everyone is beautiful, exactly. Thank you for pointing this out to me and I apologize again for offending you or anyone else.
It kind of sucks that we have to go through life never knowing when our last anything will be. You never know when the last time you kiss your significant other will be, when the last time you hug your mom will be, or when the last time you truly laugh your heart out will be. There’s absolutely no way of knowing how limited our time here is, and that scares the shit out of me.
You don’t get it. You think you’ll finally be perfect when your legs look like twigs, when your bones stick out, when you get rid of that pinch of belly fat. But that’s not what most guys want. That’s what the media wants you to think guys want. And they are so very wrong.