well, i would not say she was chubby AT ALL. most chicks would love that body.
also, i don't think women are allowed to say things like "i am ok with the weight i have put on" until they get pregnant and have baby (babies)...because pre-babies i remember saying the same thing when i went from being 96 lbs to 98 lbs and i am sure i totally annoyed the ladies around me.
I think she looks great, she should be proud of herself for being strong enough to say no.
As a side issue did she have that tattoo removed with an AK47? Whats with the scars?
I think I should move to the USA, if thats an acceptable finished job I am going to do great.
I didn't know who Holly Madison was. That was one of Hugh's former prostitutes right. Nice try on the property patch removal. The media should throw up more real photos. Or better yet stop tuning into or buying that crap. Our country is retarded. No offense to the developmentally disabled.
I'm no fan of celebrity---- but on the subject of weight----- THIS is the reason I have been dieting my entire life.
She is far from chubby( keep in mind that the camera adds pounds) so in reality she is probably no bigger than a size 5 or 8.
So, little girls see this kind of stuff and feel like they are too big.
I come from a family of chubbier than average women and unfortunately not one day has gone by since I was 10, and put on a diet, that I don't think about my weight.
I think I should clarify... I DO NOT think she is chubby in this pic. What I LOVE is that she gave permission to publish an untouched photo of her real ass, cellulite and all, little rolls of back fat that we all have, imperfect skin, stretch marks, uneven tan, etc. All the things they usually Photoshop out of a bikini pic. Even that ever so tiny curve of her tummy on the left and the ever so tiny curve of her muffin top on the right would have been Photoshopped out. I just love the reality and the ballsyness of it since these are things that have a small potential to negatively impact her career. It is a "Fuck You" to the beauty industry's demand for perfection in my opinion.