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Challenging America's confusing standard of beauty, a hilarious look at life from the perspective of a generously proportioned woman shares her thoughts on eating, sex, dating, exercise, and other entertaining topics. Reprint. 35,000 first printing.
It is NO secret that I am a BIG girl.
Always have been, always will be.
The only way I'll ever wear a size 6, or even a 16, is if you add them together. That's right: I wear a size 22. And I'm proud, because I wear it well.
Hell, even Ray Charles and Stevie Wonder can see that
Such is the life -- and largesse -- of Mo'Nique, one of America's best-loved plus-size personalities. "I really wish I didn't have to write this book," writes Mo'Nique. "But it appears I have no choice. Especially when BIG girls are still subjected to ridicule simply because we've been blessed with a few extra pounds." In "Skinny Women Are Evil, " Mo'Nique strips away the stigma of being weight-challenged and introduces a new vocabulary in which F.A.T. is FABULOUS AND THICK and a woman who is "skinny" is just plain evil. Why? Because America gives them the comfortable airline seats, the fashionable clothes, and the lead roles in the Hollywood blockbusters. So how can a F.A.T. girl learn to operate in the it's-a-small-world after all? In this hilarious, heartwarming book, women of all sizes, shapes, and colors can benefit from Mo'Nique's Fat Girls' Survival Tips, a handy Thin-O-Meter, and a generous portion of advice about dating, eating, dressing, undressing, and much more.
"Skinny Women Are Evil" is Mo'Nique's testament to living large and loving it. So go on, dig in
|Publish Date:||Apr 06, 2004|
|Number of Pages:||224|
|Shipping Weight (in pounds):||0.45|
|Product in Inches (L x W x H):||8.4 x 5.5 x 0.6|
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