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Thread: Sears ad for kids clothes in "Chubby Sizes"

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    My 2 sons are husky and it is very hard to find clothing for them. My 1 son finally got taller (he is 5'10 at 14!) and now can wear men sizes. My boys are just big. Big when they were born and big now. Doc says they are gonna at least be over 6'3 before 18. Shit.

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    Dont forget this was the era of the girdle/corset.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darksithbunny View Post
    My 2 sons are husky and it is very hard to find clothing for them. My 1 son finally got taller (he is 5'10 at 14!) and now can wear men sizes. My boys are just big. Big when they were born and big now. Doc says they are gonna at least be over 6'3 before 18. Shit.
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    This thread is giving me a chubby.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laurent View Post
    Good night, was this woman considered "stout"?!?!


    Maybe it was just like it is now where a "plus size" model can be a size 10, 12, or 14?

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    The little girl in the original article looks mostly healthy, but is borderline chubby imo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by twitchy2.0 View Post
    Maybe it was just like it is now where a "plus size" model can be a size 10, 12, or 14?
    I think you hit the nail on the head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grimmlok View Post
    that's chubby?
    it was back in the 80's dear Grim, now that would be considered skinny in our fat azz doomed-american culture

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    sad.

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    In all of the ads,the models look pretty healthy. I would consider chubby some one with fat rolls.
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    Quote Originally Posted by darksithbunny View Post
    My 2 sons are husky and it is very hard to find clothing for them. My 1 son finally got taller (he is 5'10 at 14!)
    My 14 year-old son is 6 feet tall

    And ditto on the wtf on the "stout" ad....???

    Wonder how old that ad is about the Lane Bryant chubby book, the one Laurent posted.
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    ^^Looks like the 70s to me

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    Oh, great. Improve her self-image by dressing her in a clothing line named "Chubbettes."

    "I've cautiously embraced jeggings"
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