#whatworklookslike (at Coventry Paninis)

Time to take off my #faux #diamonds and kick back w a #coors light #Saturday (at Coventry Village)

#wsm (at West Side Market)

"Keep the party going…with ham steaks!" #wsm #ham (at West Side Market)

(Source: de-la-valliere)

  1. Camera: Nikon D600
  2. Aperture: f/1.8
  3. Exposure: 1/1000th
  4. Focal Length: 50mm

getoffmybloghoe:

The sensual touch of the person putting your thumb down in seven up

(Source: freddifish)

kittehinfurs:

Summer 2011 was a rather pretty time 💕

❤ A Curious Fancy ❤

Have a burning question? Eleanor has all the answers. (at Coventry Village)

chelseaisworkinonit:

Double posting because I don’t give a fuckkkkkkkkk.

Shorts are from etsy user DentzDenim…supposedly custom plus size but I have the biggest size and they started out too tight and uncomfortable. I lied about my measurements to fit into the guidelines of “plus size”.

This reminds me of my annoyances with plus size bloggers. Most if not all the popular ones are either toned and have conventionally proportioned bodies with flat tummies OR/AND they seem to have mad money. A lot of plus size stuff that’s nice and fashionable is more expensive than someone like me can afford. Tired of seeing them travel the country in designer plus size wear. Tired of seeing them with no titties or flat tummies fit perfectly in clothes. 

I feel like they don’t really represent the average woman in body or privilege. Look at my rolls. This is how I look in a crop top and I’m pretty much the average size of American women. Not everybody a pear shape with no titties and wide ass hips. I just think we need to sprinkle in some more conventionally “flawed” women to even it out and represent lots of body types to fully inspire. I’m not inspired by a bunch of women who fit the plus size standard. Because there are standards in this world too.

I’m mad because I feel like all women aren’t represented, we need some more realness. REAL RECOGNIZE REAL. And these bitches lookin unfamiliar. 

Anyways, here’s my rolls and my tight ass lil shorts and my fav heels that I can’t walk in and my tummy with stretch marks on it. FOR ALL TO SEE. MAKE IT CUTE. chelseaisworkinonit:

Double posting because I don’t give a fuckkkkkkkkk.

Shorts are from etsy user DentzDenim…supposedly custom plus size but I have the biggest size and they started out too tight and uncomfortable. I lied about my measurements to fit into the guidelines of “plus size”.

This reminds me of my annoyances with plus size bloggers. Most if not all the popular ones are either toned and have conventionally proportioned bodies with flat tummies OR/AND they seem to have mad money. A lot of plus size stuff that’s nice and fashionable is more expensive than someone like me can afford. Tired of seeing them travel the country in designer plus size wear. Tired of seeing them with no titties or flat tummies fit perfectly in clothes. 

I feel like they don’t really represent the average woman in body or privilege. Look at my rolls. This is how I look in a crop top and I’m pretty much the average size of American women. Not everybody a pear shape with no titties and wide ass hips. I just think we need to sprinkle in some more conventionally “flawed” women to even it out and represent lots of body types to fully inspire. I’m not inspired by a bunch of women who fit the plus size standard. Because there are standards in this world too.

I’m mad because I feel like all women aren’t represented, we need some more realness. REAL RECOGNIZE REAL. And these bitches lookin unfamiliar. 

Anyways, here’s my rolls and my tight ass lil shorts and my fav heels that I can’t walk in and my tummy with stretch marks on it. FOR ALL TO SEE. MAKE IT CUTE. chelseaisworkinonit:

Double posting because I don’t give a fuckkkkkkkkk.

Shorts are from etsy user DentzDenim…supposedly custom plus size but I have the biggest size and they started out too tight and uncomfortable. I lied about my measurements to fit into the guidelines of “plus size”.

This reminds me of my annoyances with plus size bloggers. Most if not all the popular ones are either toned and have conventionally proportioned bodies with flat tummies OR/AND they seem to have mad money. A lot of plus size stuff that’s nice and fashionable is more expensive than someone like me can afford. Tired of seeing them travel the country in designer plus size wear. Tired of seeing them with no titties or flat tummies fit perfectly in clothes. 

I feel like they don’t really represent the average woman in body or privilege. Look at my rolls. This is how I look in a crop top and I’m pretty much the average size of American women. Not everybody a pear shape with no titties and wide ass hips. I just think we need to sprinkle in some more conventionally “flawed” women to even it out and represent lots of body types to fully inspire. I’m not inspired by a bunch of women who fit the plus size standard. Because there are standards in this world too.

I’m mad because I feel like all women aren’t represented, we need some more realness. REAL RECOGNIZE REAL. And these bitches lookin unfamiliar. 

Anyways, here’s my rolls and my tight ass lil shorts and my fav heels that I can’t walk in and my tummy with stretch marks on it. FOR ALL TO SEE. MAKE IT CUTE. chelseaisworkinonit:

Double posting because I don’t give a fuckkkkkkkkk.

Shorts are from etsy user DentzDenim…supposedly custom plus size but I have the biggest size and they started out too tight and uncomfortable. I lied about my measurements to fit into the guidelines of “plus size”.

This reminds me of my annoyances with plus size bloggers. Most if not all the popular ones are either toned and have conventionally proportioned bodies with flat tummies OR/AND they seem to have mad money. A lot of plus size stuff that’s nice and fashionable is more expensive than someone like me can afford. Tired of seeing them travel the country in designer plus size wear. Tired of seeing them with no titties or flat tummies fit perfectly in clothes. 

I feel like they don’t really represent the average woman in body or privilege. Look at my rolls. This is how I look in a crop top and I’m pretty much the average size of American women. Not everybody a pear shape with no titties and wide ass hips. I just think we need to sprinkle in some more conventionally “flawed” women to even it out and represent lots of body types to fully inspire. I’m not inspired by a bunch of women who fit the plus size standard. Because there are standards in this world too.

I’m mad because I feel like all women aren’t represented, we need some more realness. REAL RECOGNIZE REAL. And these bitches lookin unfamiliar. 

Anyways, here’s my rolls and my tight ass lil shorts and my fav heels that I can’t walk in and my tummy with stretch marks on it. FOR ALL TO SEE. MAKE IT CUTE. chelseaisworkinonit:

Double posting because I don’t give a fuckkkkkkkkk.

Shorts are from etsy user DentzDenim…supposedly custom plus size but I have the biggest size and they started out too tight and uncomfortable. I lied about my measurements to fit into the guidelines of “plus size”.

This reminds me of my annoyances with plus size bloggers. Most if not all the popular ones are either toned and have conventionally proportioned bodies with flat tummies OR/AND they seem to have mad money. A lot of plus size stuff that’s nice and fashionable is more expensive than someone like me can afford. Tired of seeing them travel the country in designer plus size wear. Tired of seeing them with no titties or flat tummies fit perfectly in clothes. 

I feel like they don’t really represent the average woman in body or privilege. Look at my rolls. This is how I look in a crop top and I’m pretty much the average size of American women. Not everybody a pear shape with no titties and wide ass hips. I just think we need to sprinkle in some more conventionally “flawed” women to even it out and represent lots of body types to fully inspire. I’m not inspired by a bunch of women who fit the plus size standard. Because there are standards in this world too.

I’m mad because I feel like all women aren’t represented, we need some more realness. REAL RECOGNIZE REAL. And these bitches lookin unfamiliar. 

Anyways, here’s my rolls and my tight ass lil shorts and my fav heels that I can’t walk in and my tummy with stretch marks on it. FOR ALL TO SEE. MAKE IT CUTE. chelseaisworkinonit:

Double posting because I don’t give a fuckkkkkkkkk.

Shorts are from etsy user DentzDenim…supposedly custom plus size but I have the biggest size and they started out too tight and uncomfortable. I lied about my measurements to fit into the guidelines of “plus size”.

This reminds me of my annoyances with plus size bloggers. Most if not all the popular ones are either toned and have conventionally proportioned bodies with flat tummies OR/AND they seem to have mad money. A lot of plus size stuff that’s nice and fashionable is more expensive than someone like me can afford. Tired of seeing them travel the country in designer plus size wear. Tired of seeing them with no titties or flat tummies fit perfectly in clothes. 

I feel like they don’t really represent the average woman in body or privilege. Look at my rolls. This is how I look in a crop top and I’m pretty much the average size of American women. Not everybody a pear shape with no titties and wide ass hips. I just think we need to sprinkle in some more conventionally “flawed” women to even it out and represent lots of body types to fully inspire. I’m not inspired by a bunch of women who fit the plus size standard. Because there are standards in this world too.

I’m mad because I feel like all women aren’t represented, we need some more realness. REAL RECOGNIZE REAL. And these bitches lookin unfamiliar. 

Anyways, here’s my rolls and my tight ass lil shorts and my fav heels that I can’t walk in and my tummy with stretch marks on it. FOR ALL TO SEE. MAKE IT CUTE. chelseaisworkinonit:

Double posting because I don’t give a fuckkkkkkkkk.

Shorts are from etsy user DentzDenim…supposedly custom plus size but I have the biggest size and they started out too tight and uncomfortable. I lied about my measurements to fit into the guidelines of “plus size”.

This reminds me of my annoyances with plus size bloggers. Most if not all the popular ones are either toned and have conventionally proportioned bodies with flat tummies OR/AND they seem to have mad money. A lot of plus size stuff that’s nice and fashionable is more expensive than someone like me can afford. Tired of seeing them travel the country in designer plus size wear. Tired of seeing them with no titties or flat tummies fit perfectly in clothes. 

I feel like they don’t really represent the average woman in body or privilege. Look at my rolls. This is how I look in a crop top and I’m pretty much the average size of American women. Not everybody a pear shape with no titties and wide ass hips. I just think we need to sprinkle in some more conventionally “flawed” women to even it out and represent lots of body types to fully inspire. I’m not inspired by a bunch of women who fit the plus size standard. Because there are standards in this world too.

I’m mad because I feel like all women aren’t represented, we need some more realness. REAL RECOGNIZE REAL. And these bitches lookin unfamiliar. 

Anyways, here’s my rolls and my tight ass lil shorts and my fav heels that I can’t walk in and my tummy with stretch marks on it. FOR ALL TO SEE. MAKE IT CUTE.

chelseaisworkinonit:

Double posting because I don’t give a fuckkkkkkkkk.

Shorts are from etsy user DentzDenim…supposedly custom plus size but I have the biggest size and they started out too tight and uncomfortable. I lied about my measurements to fit into the guidelines of “plus size”.

This reminds me of my annoyances with plus size bloggers. Most if not all the popular ones are either toned and have conventionally proportioned bodies with flat tummies OR/AND they seem to have mad money. A lot of plus size stuff that’s nice and fashionable is more expensive than someone like me can afford. Tired of seeing them travel the country in designer plus size wear. Tired of seeing them with no titties or flat tummies fit perfectly in clothes.

I feel like they don’t really represent the average woman in body or privilege. Look at my rolls. This is how I look in a crop top and I’m pretty much the average size of American women. Not everybody a pear shape with no titties and wide ass hips. I just think we need to sprinkle in some more conventionally “flawed” women to even it out and represent lots of body types to fully inspire. I’m not inspired by a bunch of women who fit the plus size standard. Because there are standards in this world too.

I’m mad because I feel like all women aren’t represented, we need some more realness. REAL RECOGNIZE REAL. And these bitches lookin unfamiliar.

Anyways, here’s my rolls and my tight ass lil shorts and my fav heels that I can’t walk in and my tummy with stretch marks on it. FOR ALL TO SEE. MAKE IT CUTE.

#dissertating (at MSU Writing Center)