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Old Sun, Apr-28-19, 15:42
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Ms Arielle Ms Arielle is offline
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Re cellulite. I remember babysitting kids at a country club and ALL the moms had cellulite. I dont think it us a size thing. Even my Annie-rexia ( due to a brief but devastating illness) had cellulite when she bared weighed 105 on a 5'8" med-light frame.

Imo cellulite is complicated cause.
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Old Sun, Apr-28-19, 16:54
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Re cellulite. I remember babysitting kids at a country club and ALL the moms had cellulite. I dont think it us a size thing. Even my Annie-rexia ( due to a brief but devastating illness) had cellulite when she bared weighed 105 on a 5'8" med-light frame.

Imo cellulite is complicated cause.


Oh yeah. It has nothing to do with being fat at all. I don't have it except maybe a little jiggle under my arms (not really what people call cellulite). I always thought of it as a feature of being skinny, actually. And most women have it so no one notices it.
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Old Sun, Apr-28-19, 18:36
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You are all very realistic and wise. Exactly what I needed to hear. Yes, I will stick with this & just put on the dang bathing suit (despite all of the ugly cellulite) so I can swim with my kids. Thank you!


I've always hated wearing a swim suit, even after I transitioned into maintenance and was at a lower weight. Then I found an amazing swimsuit that was very flattering to my figure (I found it at a thrift shop for $2, lol). I love how I look in it and have gotten so many compliments! I'd suggest spending some time looking for a swim suit that you love, it can make such a difference in how you feel going to the beach The one I have is a retro style, one piece, and it's very flattering-similar to these (I've never bought from this site, just using it to show examples) https://www.unique-vintage.com/coll...piece-swimsuits

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