Philo Yan

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Plus Size


Are u a plus size girl?
Now dun be mad, girl
Just stating a fact, girl
Not that you overeat, girl

Sometimes it could be, girl
A medical condition, girl
Stuck in that position, girls
Being a woman, girls
Juggling career, family, girls

Going into menopause, girls
Can play havoc, girls
To our weight, girls
Hormones at play, girls
Or lack of it, girls

Plus size is in, girls
Throw the diet in the bin, girls
Sexy curves, girls
See Mad Men, girls
See Marilyn Monroe, girls
See Adele, girls
See dropp Dead Diva, girls
See Glee, girls

Watching diet's a pain, girls
So what if we gain, girls
Nobody, nobody but you, girls
Decides what you, girls
Want to be and do, girls
Key is Attitude, girls
Be cool. Peace out!

Submitted: Wednesday, September 05, 2012
Edited: Thursday, September 06, 2012

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To all the plus size girls, what you think of yourself in your mind is important. What others think of you is not.
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Copyright Philo Yan September 6,2012

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