10/29/2010

After reading the comments this has engendered I've decided to remove the images and apologize to any who has been offended. It was meant as a joke, but sometimes jokes go too far.
 
National Association to Advance Fat Acceptance
www.naafa.org/
 
"Founded in 1969, the National Association to Advance Fat Acceptance (NAAFA) is a non-profit civil rights organization dedicated to ending size discrimination in all of its forms. NAAFA's goal is to help build a society in which people of every size are accepted with dignity and equality in all aspects of life. NAAFA will pursue this goal through advocacy, public education, and support."
 
It takes guts to wear a costume. Some, however, go too far and squeeze their fat bodies into a little costume and parade around for the world to see.

Grab a barf bag and check out the grossest of the gross fat guys (and girls) in a little costume.


Which is the worst Cosplay?
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11 comments:

AlexJCavanaugh said...

The woman in the F costume.
And it will take me all day to wipe those images from my mind...

Maurice Mitchell said...

Akex. You were warned in the title. LOL

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Maurice Mitchell said...

You're right TJ. She is kinda working the kitty costume.

Tj said...

omfg eww. but the girl in the pink wasn't so bad -.-'

Ember said...

Cosplay is for fans, whether they are fat or thin, short or tall, black or white, gay or straight. Everyone should be honoured for courage. Cosplay gives each of us a chance to escape and can you blame those looking for an escape when there is cruelty such as this in the world?

Maurice Mitchell said...

Good point Ember

Anonymous said...

The girl in the pink isn't fat

Anonymous said...

I truly hope anyone who bags on fat cosplayers has their metabolism totally break down, gains 200 lbs. of fat overnight, and can do nothing about getting rid of it. Then we will see how funny it is to ridicule fat people. Douchebags.

Chante Bovee said...

Hey, some people think thats hot. I really wish that just because you in particular dn't find someone boneable, you have to try shitting on their creativity and happiness. To me, that makes you ugly. And to me, that makes you a seriously huge asshole.

Pissed Off said...

You should be ashamed of yourselves. Who cares if a fan looks different? It takes courage to cosplay, especially if you're not the same body type as the character, and some of these costumes are brilliantly detailed and clearly made with love. Cosplay is about fun and enjoyment, and this is the kind of attitude that keeps fans from having fun with cosplay. If seeing someone having fun makes you reach for your "barf bags", I suggest you protect yourself by not looking at any other cosplays ever and preferably keeping your toxic, hate-filled, vile opinions to yourself.

Maurice Mitchell said...

Based on the feedback I've gotten I've updated the post. Sorry for any pain I may have caused you.

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