24/01/2010

thinspiration

Without a doubt there will be more thinspiration posts. I'm not 'fat' but my happy weight is 1 stone less than where i am now (girls will get this) and so i WILL become thin. I want thin legs.... i want the gap.


11 comments:

THE BRICK HOUSE said...

ugh. i just felt really bad.

the gap is like a unicorn, something I can never have. EVER.

Zoe, Conversation Pieces said...

I know what you mean about happy weight... but I for one will never look like these girls.

Are there any happy thinspiration pics? (Is that just an insane question??)

Disappointed reader said...

Right........Well, it was nice reading your blog! I think I´ll stop reading it after this unnecessary post.

Tasa said...

they look like twiglets - only small children have legs like that. no softness, no shape just lines! thank heavens for adipose.

jacklyn said...

i've always wondered what it would be like to have "the gap".

Biba said...

Obviously quite a controversial topic!! It's all relative - some people are naturally thin and small framed just like this, i am small framed so this slim straight up & down is normal happy weight to me! Sorry ;)

Disappointed reader... not sure why this appeared to offend...?

Kat said...

I love reading your blog and I don't understand why this is unnecessary, I have legs this thin!

Lucy said...

I understand 'happy feeling', but I never weigh myself, just use the 'how well my jeans fit' test instead.

You just want to look like your genes want you to look. Some have 'the gap', some don't. As long as you're healthy and look after yourself, I think thats enough for anyone.

Kerry said...

Think you hit a nerve or two Biba...you're beautiful as you are. Thin isn't in these days.

Anna said...

i have the gap. it isn't all its cracked up to be, i swear!!

Elizabeth said...

I've been really enjoying your blog for about a year now- lots of beautiful and well sourced interiors images to drool over and be inspired by....and also a-butterflies-in-my-stomach-excitement at your stunning white wednesday posts. I just noticed this post in your categories listing and want let you know I was disappointed to see it.
Obviously eating disorders are a sensitive issue and it's hard to talk about being thin without someone raising the issue, regardless of whether or not it's something you're struggling with; but as a recovering anorexic myself, this blog has suddenly changed from an interiors haven to a potentially triggering and dangerous site and you've lost an avid follower in me. I can't support a site that promotes an unhealthy vision of womanhood, regardless of how beautiful your interiors posts are. I'm genuinely sorry to say it!