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    No, I'm a size 8-10 and I'm quite tall so I'm happy. Sometimes I think I look too thin though, which I hate, so I would hate myself as a size 4.
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    im 10-12 atm, id ideally like to be a 10.
    NO WAY wud i want to be size 0.
    size 8 is the smallest id ever want to go.
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    I can't believe so many people said yes to this! I think it looks horrible. If you look like a skeleton - your too thin! I get that some people are naturally smaller, a friends of mine is and she looks fine, but I honestly think people look better when they have a bit of weight on them. Don't mean obese but like average. Figures are good.
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    size 0 just isn't attrctive, not even in the slightest
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    No, I'd love to be a size 6. UK size 4 for a 5'8 girl would look weird imo.
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    size zero is ******* disgusting, nothing attractive about it at all
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    If it suited me, yes.
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    Nope. If there was a button which made me instantly model skinny with no implications whatsoever then I would possibly consider it.

    Size 0 in reality is starving yourself and depriving your body of essential so and sos. My skin, hair and teeth will be wrecked, I'd increase my risk of a heart attack by age 30 and I'd feel like **** 24/7; and for what? So that people can see my ribs jutting out? No thanks

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    Nah.

    But depends if you're natural skinny, how tall you are etc...
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    Wouldn't complain.
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    sorry! which forum should i have posted this in? i thought health/fitness was the most appropriate one!
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    trust me OP you would not want to be 'size zero'. i suppose it depends how tall you are, if you're short i guess it wouldn't look so bad, but being taller i hated it. i felt unhealthy and looked terrible in photos and everything, really lanky. being size 8 you feel way more attractive and it's still pretty slim!!
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    (Original post by SMed)
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    No man in his right mind would ever find size 0 attractive, so i really have no idea why everyone wants to be a size 0. Its just disgusting imo.
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    No, I definately don't want to be a size 0. I'd like to be slimmer but not that thin.
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    Why would anyone wish to be a skeleton? Wow some people are ****** up.
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    (Original post by Tilly87)
    trust me OP you would not want to be 'size zero'. i suppose it depends how tall you are, if you're short i guess it wouldn't look so bad, but being taller i hated it. i felt unhealthy and looked terrible in photos and everything, really lanky. being size 8 you feel way more attractive and it's still pretty slim!!

    im only 5'1, currently a size 6-8 but my shortness makes me look fatfatfat. and i love food too much to get any smaller! haha. i proper wish i was though.
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    No. I felt ill and disgusting when I was size 6, I can't imagine being the next size down. Bones are not attractive.
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    Yes. I fitted into some size 0 clothes at the start of college :emo:
 
 
 
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