The way you put it, I totally understand now. I mean I ate around people that were really big and it never bothered me but then again they also weren't dressed a certain way that is to revealing. That's a great reasonable question. I forgot which state this was in, but their mall has a dress code. So if it's a restaurant that people bring their families and kids, maybe they should have a dress code.
Right that's what I thought! When I'm at a resturant, I'm talking to friends or family and eating my food, I don't pay attention to nothing else. So I'm thinking that maybe she was seated in front of the one that complained.. My parents has said the same thing everytime someone told us to try to sue or complain that may have offended us.
Thanks for the MHO
Oh wow that is true, I didn't think of that at first, when he advised her to do that.
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Same here, and yes even I'm careful with what I wear, because I'm overweight as well.. It looks cute on her and it doesn't really look that bad on her. I wear tank tops crop top shirts like that to but I also wear a white t-shirt under it. If she could of did that, nobody probably wouldn't have said anything..On that part I did disagree because a girl that was skinny wad told to leave at a mall because she dressed to revealing.. It's not her fault, they're trying to tell women and girls to wear what you want no matter the size you are. It seems like everyone is falling for it.
Now hold on, this lady did not look cute in that. She looked like an severely overweight 11 year old. And I like big girls... But she was too big, especially for what she was wearing. And it is her fault. She wore that. She chose to. I know her husband didn't have a problem with it but her husband seems a bit dense. She is old enough to know not to wear something so small and I'll fitting. Women now are being told they can wear whatever they want without shame but some amount of shame is necessary in a society to keep people in line. With that said, Golden Corral went to far and prevented her from eating. I have an issue with that. Sure what we wore was gross and if it was worse than it was then I would have understood their position but... It was still within the really of reason (barely) that she should have gotten away with it minus some dirty looks.
That actually did happen. A buffet restaurant kicked out this guy for eating to much.
I can definitely see that happening to me Bet sounds like a plan
That's understandable but when I first heard of this story about how she was kicked out because she was dressed "too provocatively" and that a customer had complained about her appearance" I assumed she showed a lot of skin or showed a lot of cleavage. But in her story she said that she went to Chuck E cheese and the zoo with that outfit on and no one didn't say anything. So the more I look at it, it doesn't look bad compared to what I have seen women wear which is worse than her outfit. So for her to get kicked out someone must have been complaining the whole time and the manager finally had to say something.
It may sound a bit insulting, but I can see why someone would get annoyed in some way. Those are definitely the kind of clothes that crop up and down.. Potentially leaving a lot of skin in your view.. and definitely not of the attractive kind.. If I am having dinner with my kids, I could see why they would nudge a person of stuff being like "Do you think dressing like that is appropiate? Could we have a different seat or something?" From a small remark like that, staff is often forced to act. Some people complain more easily than others and especially at a restaurant, you can't really look at the other way, your food is in front of you. (And the same for your kids, they'll be looking forward as well). At a zoo you can just turn the other way and have another look at the zebras..
I understand now. The more I read everyone opinions and think back to the story. I can see why they did it and why they complain. I don't pay attention to my surroundings ( which isn't a good thing ) but I would have noticed her if she sat in front of me at the other table and knowing my friends and family they would have told me to look.
For what they did or her outfit?
In a way, I'm starting to agree as well. When I first read it, I disagreed but after reading everyone opinions, I can see why they did it.
Same here, I don't know what other women go through when dressed like this but I have seen lot's of women and teenage girls dressed like this and sometimes worse.
Me too. I think it’s because of her weight. Like it somehow disgusted someone. It’s childish
That's what she believes. They even said someone complained to the manager.. I'm overweight myself and try my hardest to dress right because I know some outfits I can't wear due to my boobs being to big and my thighs are big. But to me that outfit on her doesn't look bad on her. Some people just need to grow up and stop complaing over something that isn't important
I agree. Usually for something like that I suggest a nice floral sun dress. Looks nice, doesn’t emphasize anything, comfortable and breathes.
That does sound really nice!
That’s what my first girlfriend wore. She was heavier as well and nobody ever said anything about her weight when she did. Try that out and see if you like it.
Short dresses that flares out a bit. Are the only type of dresses I can wear, for my breast size, height, and weight.I will try that next time I go dress shopping. Which I will soon sometime this month.
Let me know how it goes!