Fat’s how to do weddings
is made by the My Big Beautiful Wedding Dress
My Big Fat
Apparently this is evidence of a national conspiracy to make fat women feel bad about themselves – and nothing at all to do with the realities of modern capitalism.
Who knew fat girls were so paranoid? I assumed they like to eat chips, not carry a sackful on each shoulder.
Anyway, everything is OK now because this shop has opened in a converted barn (make your own jokes) in Essex.
It is run by two pleasant plumpers who aim to make every customer look like a Princess. An Austin Princess.
“This is our little slice of heaven,” said one of them – who looks like she has never had a little slice of anything in her life.
To be fair, they clearly love their work and their blushing brides look absolutely stunning.
By which I mean if one sat on you, you’d definitely be stunned.
TULISA made a surprise return to
as a mentor in Bermuda, where she emerged from the sea in a white bikini.
She was obviously trying to look like Ursula Andress in classic Bond flick
So it was a pity that her badly Botoxed face made her look more like Nick Nack from IF was not originally called
I’ll eat my hat. Well, I would do but some of the lasses on this BBC1 documentary might have eaten it first.
It was set in a wedding dress shop for morbidly obese brides, who apparently struggle to find dresses to fit them in normal wedding shops.
Unless, of course, marquee hire place.