Sweet baby Jesus did I try to disguise the fact that I was (am) fat in SO many creative ways! I thought I was the next Jamesetta Bond in the making with my illusions, tricks and methods I used to fool the eyeballs of those looking in my direction! Find out how I did that (unsuccessfully) in this video.
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Hi, it's Victoria here from BAM POW LIFE. In this video, I'm going to talk about how I used to try and disguise my fatness. I used to think I could disguise the fact that I was fat with visual illusions, trickery of the eyes and deceptive techniques but, bitcccch! I wasn't fooling anyone. The things I used to do were; buy clothes in sizes that were too small, just in case my label was to stick out and someone would be like, "Oh, are you a size medium? Oh, so tiny. Oh my God." Really, I would need like a 2x or something and I'd be like, "Yep. Look at this. Yep, this is a medium. Yep."
Another thing I used to do, when I was a teenager, I thought that having big feet would balance my body out and some way and so I would buy trainers that were two sizes too big for me and so I'd be walking around like clown shoes like, "Hello, look at how big my feet are. It makes my body look smaller." Then, as I got a little bit older, I decided that big feet were not working for me so I wanted to disguise my feet and cram them into smaller shoes so that when men's feet were next to me they'd be like, "Aw, they're so petite and dainty. Look at you. If your feet are small, you can't possibly be fat." Logic right?
Another thing that I used to do was, I would eat with a teaspoon instead of a normal sized spoon so the food would look a lot smaller and it would look like I was taking little, tiny bites of food because I'm so delicate and I'm not fat at all and I don't eat food. I just have like three Rice Crispies for breakfast. Another thing I would do would be all of the visual trickery like not wearing stripes, not wearing anything that would show my calves, not having short hair because you know, when you're fat, longer hair really disguises your fatness and people are like, "Oh, is she a size zero? Oh. Well, look at that long hair. Yep, yep, yep, yep. She's a size zero."
I would also squeeze my body into Spanx. It didn't matter that I couldn't breathe or move and faced imminent death, I was tricking people into thinking that I was like, really thin. When people looked at me they were like, "Oh my god, you're so thin." They couldn't see any of the fat I had underneath, they could. I was still fat. Do you try and trick people into believing that you're not fat? Have you done any of these things? I want to hear your weird things that you've tried to trick people into thinking that you're not fat. Looking back now, it's pretty hilarious but at the time, I was doing my best. Poor Victoria. If you want to try to disguise your fatness, girl, fat is fabulous. Show that shit off. Yes. Oh yes. Oh, look at that. Yeah, yeah, yeah. If you'd like more content like this, then check out link below where I have my free e-course extreme confidence makeover. I'll see you next time. Bye girl.
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