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girls- do you wish you were a size zero? watch

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    yes i would love to be a size 0.
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    I would hate to be a zie zero. I think it's unhealthy, unattractive and unnecessary.
    Size 10 would be my perfect size. I'm a 12ish now, but 10 would be brilliant. I'm about 5"6.
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    Yes, you are. I'd be happier though if I was a large eight.
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    Honestly,...Yes.
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    yes because i would love to be flat chested,no hips or arse and a rib cage that sticks out of my chest
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    i'd hate 2 be size zero. u need curves!! im a happy size 12!!
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    No, I'd look funny. Funny in the worst sense.
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    (Original post by emmalev)
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showthread.php?t=966857

    i was looking through this thread and was really surprised that hardly anyone said that their ideal size would be size zero/ uk 4. maybe i am just a product of the media, but i would love to be a size zero- if not smaller! am i seriously the only person who feels like this??!!:eek:

    I've been a 'size 0'. What I remember, vividly, is people either muttering 'Eating Disorder' (often not even to my face) or -on the flip side- 'You're so lucky. I wish I was that skinny'. Neither struck me as compliments.

    My spine bruised in the bathtub, finding clothes was impossible and (crudeas it may be) I even bruised during sex because I was so bony. Nothing glamorous about it.

    Also...lots of women aspire to be 'size 0' because celebrities seem to aspire to size 0, but outside of Hollywood, most women are not that thin.

    I don't live in 'the famous people world'. I live in 'the real world' where you spend most your life queuing in supermarkets, nightclubs etc beside women who are not size 0s...not traipsing down red carpets in D&G or Vercase dresses. Stood beside women who didn't look starved, I didn't get praised for being thin, I didn't get guys dropping at my feet and I didn't get served any quicker.

    Personally, I’m happy to leave ‘size 0’ in Hollywood and get on with my life, living healthy and looking it.:p:
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    I think anything below 8 is unnatractive. i'm a size 10/12 and believe it's more about the tone of your body rather than the size. you can be a size 8 but still be flabby/saggy if you know what I mean. not to mention the health risks.
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    please educate me as to what is attractive about this...
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    erugh god no
    just spent two years trying to get from under a size zero to my current size 8 and i love my body now
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    yep.
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    I'd rather not be any smaller than a UK size 6 at the most.

    Just imagine how hard it would be to find clothes! I struggle finding size 8 stuff most of the time.
 
 
 
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