CNN: Baker, who blogs under the name “The Militant Baker” and wears a size 22, changed the brand’s A&F logo to “Attractive & Fat” in a mock, black-and-white Abercrombie ad to challenge the line’s branding efforts.
The article says that this is a “mock” ad. This chick claims that her ad is a statement to Abercrombie & Fitch that they should stop using just skinny models in their ads, because fat chicks are attractive too. But the joke’s on her. Fat chicks are generally not attractive. All this ad does is justify Abercrombie’s choice to use skinny models. Big boobs alone do not make you attractive, especially when you’ve got those enormous blemished pancake fat chick nipples. I just don’t find heavy girls attractive. I’m sure many people do, but the overwhelming majority do not. The terms “attractive” and “fat” are mutually exclusive, meaning that one cannot be BOTH attractive and fat at the same time. So basically all this chick did was set fat chicks back about three or four years.
Not to mention the cost this chick incurs on our economy. Driving around in her powerchair eating McDonald’s and whatnot, hogging up all the Obamacare. Pretty soon people like this are going to have the cost for their insulin injections taken directly out of your paycheck. Might as well just cut out the middle man and have our insulin taken directly out of our bodies to be redistributed among the masses and the massive.
Until Obamacare is dismantled, my war against the fats continues.