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Facebook and the damn tagged photos!

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Sooo, some more depressing pics popped up on facebook..
I love having fun, and l love pictures that are evidence of that,
and I never, well rarely, untag a photo of myself, but my pride is tested at when pics like these show up...( and of course Im reffering to my obese apperance.)


The Jersey Shore Fist Pump! ( Im hating on the back fat here)



Id be lying to say I dislike this picture, I just hate being in a picture with a smaller female!



(sorry about the profanity!...but this picture was the worst of the worst... I look pregnant! uck)

..mostly i want these as reference to when out of no where pictures show up, and Im completely happy with them..and believe me, Ill share them with you.
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  • TEMPEST272002
    It's easy to get lost in "my back fat, my arm fat, my belly fat..." when looking at photos. This seems to be true for people of all sizes. We should just cut it out. You look like you were having a blast. Wish I was at that party with you. Don't worry, your body is going to transform over the next few months & you'll start liking your photos more & more. Happened for APRILRAIN88, happened for me & it will happen for you too.
    3569 days ago
  • KELLYLEANN1028
    Well, it looks like it was a fun night, at least! Don't let a few pictures you don't like ruin the memory. :-) I think everyone, the thinnest girls included, have pictures they hate. I say untag the awful ones. I assume there are others, so keep at least one to remember the night, and forget the rest!
    3569 days ago
  • no profile photo CD3745250
    We all got pics like those that we want to burn.
    3569 days ago
  • APIRLRAIN888
    It will happen..did for me
    3569 days ago
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