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It should be Fun Friday today but this morning I found Inside the Body Beautiful: How Fat Works on youtube! Good old youtube.

So if you want to watch it all then here it is, if not my part is from about 18 minutes in. Let me know what you guys think!

Hayley Emma

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Yeah, no excuses, I should have posted way more than I have.

So as a ‘sorrryyy’ I’m giving you Fun Friday Bad Lip Reading. It’s a channel on youtube where they lip read what an artist is singing in a video or clips from films and dub over what they look like they’re saying. But I’m sure you got that from the title… Bad Lip Reading.

If you like this, definitely check out the Hunger Games one.

You’re welcome.

Hayley Emma

 

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So Fun Friday kind of got the boot for the past couple of weeks because … well, my blog kind of got the boot.

So I present to you Gay Men Will Marry Your Girlfriends by CollegeHumor, because it’s fun. And it’s friday.

My favourite line – “Coz Sandra IS being a bitch.” I know right?!

Hayley Emma

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Hooray for Fun Friday!

My brother showed me this video of adults acting out a story made up by children. It’s called Salesman and the theme is if movies were written by our children.

What do you think? Blockbuster material?

You’re welcome.

Hayley Emma

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It’s Friday, and we’re making it especially fun today. And by ‘we’re’ I mean … I’m. I don’t want to patronise you, but I’m afraid I’ve already done that…

As I didn’t upload a Fun Friday last week, I thought I’d do 2 Fun posts today.  The crazy is just off the scale right now.

So I’m a huge fan of make-up. Especially within the last year I’d say. I watch a fair few make-up tutorial videos on YouTube and I love getting new products, trying out new things, and on a side note which I’ll talk about another day, I find putting on make-up distracting when I want to binge.

I’ve followed Tanya Burr since I fell in love with her Audrey Hepburn tutorial. Since it was posted in April that hasn’t been so long, but I went back and watched a lot of her videos: she is one fantastic make-up artist.

But this is Fun Friday, and the video that had me laughing a lot was this. Enjoy!

My favourite line: “There are apples all over our faces.”

You’re welcome.

Emma

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Fun Friday!

This is an old video, yes, but it’s still brilliant and it’s continuing the theme of random happy dancing! Except it’s not random… but it IS happy.

You’re welcome!

Emma

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I know I made Mondays the Well-I’m-beautiful-why-do-I-give-a-fuck day of the week, but this week has been a bit pants. I haven’t felt very well and haven’t been very positive at all. Which means I’m going to study my post-it notes and take some pictures of inspiration so I can do a positive, progressive post for Monday.

Life story over, I have a video to share with you. I am subscribed to Project Lifesize, a video blog on YouTube where this vlogger posts. Now I have to confess, I haven’t watched Project Lifesize in a little while. However, I saw this video the other day, and I thought it is the perfect video to all of the people who think it’s ok to abuse bigger people.

First off, her name is Meghan Tonjes.

She’s gorgeous.

I love her glasses.

She’s lost 60lbs which is 4 stone and 2 pounds, which is pretty impressive!

Secondly, she’s so, so right. People use health as a reason to goad fat people and criticise them, yet in most cases what they have a problem with is the aesthetic. Health rarely comes into it with bullies and ‘haters’ because they just want to hurt you.

And it’s fine to dislike a certain aesthetic. I’m not a big fan of the skinny look, as in Kate Moss. Her body is beautiful to some people, photographers call it art, designers love clothing her body. In my opinion, I wouldn’t like to have her body, because I like my own figure complete with bigger breasts and bum. However, I don’t judge Kate Moss.

She might be unhealthy for all I know, but she might have a completely normal relationship with food. She might exercise everyday for 6 hours but she might never go to the gym. I don’t know, honestly, and it doesn’t matter, because I would never be bitchy and horrible about her let alone bully her on twitter to purposely make her feel bad about her body. There is no point to that.

I love this video, especially the part where she says:

You never know where someone is in their journey with their weight, and you never know how someone feels about themselves.

That is so true. I’m at my biggest, and a couple of months ago I hit rock bottom. People may assume I’m greedy and lazy, but it’s so much more than that. I’m not healthy, no, but I’m trying hard to become healthy. And just because I’m not healthy, does that give people a right to chastise me? I don’t think so.

Do you think she’s got a point? Also, do you love the part where she says “fuck you”? I do. I like it very much.

Emma

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