dealsplus size swimsuit for $9.98

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lol. fat girls need love... erm... swimsuits too.

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Don't forget, you can get free shipping with this. Use coupon SHIPITFREE (US only).

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Definitely: WOOT! This is a good site!

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This is a good site. Just sent the link to my wife.

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riud, not a good idea there, your wife might think you're calling her fat.

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@hentaijeff: It's OK -- we fat girls know we're fat, and actually appreciate it when our husbands point us at flattering clothing. At least I do -- he's quite thoughtful about it, and he knows how difficult it is for me to find stuff that fits, flatters, and doesn't break the bank.

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@lyonessnyc: Kudos for standing up for yourself and also understanding your husband's attempts at placating you.

My wife has had a terrible time shopping for maternity clothes due to her bust size and has resorted to utilizing sites like this to fill the gap in the lack of maternity clothing available for well endowed women.

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Just passed this site to my wife and she love it....thanks OP

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@fahadqureshi: 1) skinny crack heads are for wimps. 2) curves are where it is at. 3) not all girls are "fat" some, like the girl in the pic, are real women & are gorgeous! 4) you're the kind of sweetie pie that has girls today feeling they have to be stick thin & magazine cover perfect, that crap is SICK! 5) you're missing out on eal women, which is fine with me...

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"Fat bottomed girls you make the rock'n world go round!" - Queen
Unfortunately, In the eighties thin was in, most girls my age were bred to have small hips and breasts. It's encouraging to see the times are changing, but too late for me I'm afraid.

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Mo-- oh wait, yours too?!?

Brother?

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@kevskoolkars: "5) you're missing out on eal women, which is fine with me..."

Hmmm, is it wrong that I am intrigued about eal women?

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@lyoness.... bravo!

@kevskool... erm.. you're in denial. the girl in the pic is fat. lets not mince words. she happens to be attractive - but she's beyond "curvy" "voloptuous" and etc... she's fat. A woman doesn't have to be that heavy to be a "real woman" - in fact thats the most often used copout by overweight women who are sensitive about it. Thats fine - but lets not play word games. You're also resorting to name calling when the dude poked a little fun... so its obviously a sensitive issue for you.

Might i suggest a confidence adjustment, a-la lyoness? be happy with who you are without needing to stoop so low as to insult women who have remained thin, nor having to set up some sort of fictitious comparison between yourself and other women re: how "real" they are or not.

yours is the unnecessarily defensive attitude that gets met with comments like "run your ass to the gym" whereas lyoness'realistic view is met with "you go girl"

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Enough of the "F" word. Be kind.

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@kevskool

ah - back to name calling... I can see that you have a limited repertoire.

I'm sorry you're so sensitive to this topic - it has you all riled up. I guess it would be better to just let you live in denial instead.

My sister has struggled with her weight her whole life - so please don't think I am unsympathetic. I'm serious when i say try a confidence adjustment... instead of a facade. There's no need to tear down other body types in order to feel better about your own. My sister's struggle ended when she realized with the help of her loved ones that she shouldn't struggle with it. She's quite fit - and fat. and she's okay with it. She also became far less sensitive to "the f word" and is in general - a much more pleasant person. (why must we walk on eggshells, and dance around topics like this? thats part of the problem. I'M not uncomfortable with her, or you, or anyone else in this thread being heavy (is heavy better than the f word? lol) - so why are you?)

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@goatcrapp: I called you a sweetie pie cause you think i'm a woman for one. The Kev in my s/n probably stands for Kevin dont ya think.

Two, I own a personal trainer company & am very fit. I have seen what a gorgeous woman, like in the above pic, goes through on a daily basis cause of some huggie bear like you you think she's fluffy. All because you have some sort mental disorder & cant keep your mouth shut. Which is why she has self confidence issues. There are probably women who look like the above girl who read this & then read your dumbars comment...

And you cant be "fit & fat" as you state. There is a difference, & a huge one. This goes to show you are indeed the sigh of the night...

& i'm not walking on eggshells by any means. You just dont seem to have control over your mouth or fingers. You need to learn how to talk to women. Because "I" know some curvy women who you may call fluffy. :-)

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I knew when I saw this deal there would be name calling... I have a "plus-sized" girlfriend which is a nice way of saying she's overweight. I am personally very happy with her body but understand that there are people who do not enjoy women shaped like her. I wish every time this subject was broached it didn't turn into a "what I like is better than what you like because..." This is a stupid argument for either side because what every person likes is going to be different than what every other person likes. Believe it or not, "real" women don't have to be one specific height, weight, ethnicity, etc. They are all real women.

That being said, my lady is always looking for clothing that fits her right and looks good. I hope that we will continue to see more deals related to this one in the future.

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Got one for my lady. It was a great looking suit for a great price which happened to be in her size. We double checked and the return policy is pretty generous as well. Looking forward to seeing her in it :D

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And some of us who need 'fat' clothes are pregnant. waves hand This is way cheaper than a maternity suit!

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Not a single bikini on the entire website. I thought this was the internet?

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@kevskool

more insults... if only your intellect was as big as your mouth.

I'm done with you - you're obviously a fool who can't figure out which side of the fence you want to be on.

Who has issues here? you're the one getting so worked up you can't even write a coherent reply without lacing it with name calling. You're a e-toughguy apparently. Its not my fault you're witless and ignorant. As for you being a dude - well, your posts reflect an out of balance, pre-pubescent emotional little girl, so you may want to lay off the estrogen you've been taking - there's no man measuring contest here.

I'll put it into terms you might understand... mongo smash. bam bam.. bam bam bam... mongo no likey.

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I really don't understand why it's necessary for some people to judge others based only on body size. People are so much more than their exteriors, and someone else's physical condition is, frankly, nobody else's business.

It's sad that we live in a world where perfect strangers feel that it's OK to walk up to someone and tell them to "get their ass to the gym." For some people, gyms hold no appeal at all - perhaps they have a life of the mind, and don't like feeling like a hamster on a wheel! And making such a comment is beyond rude. Anymore, comments like that are often disguised as "concern for your welfare" - it is none of that; it is just an excuse for rude and mean behavior.

Hating and making fun of fat people is the last acceptable form of discrimination in this country. It isn't contagious, you know, and it needs to stop. So you don't like the way someone looks; well guess what? Probably there's someone out there who doesn't like how you look, either!

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Do these come with a plus size head covering brown paper bag?

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The overweight can lose pounds - the small minded are unlikely to gain IQ points. Shame on you, these models are quite beautiful.

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@luisibarra81
I suppose the suit is for your "significant other" and the bag is for yourself?

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lol @kevskool. whatever you say, keyboard warrior.

As for the rest of you... while i realize that when discussions get emotional, common sense goes out the window, butseriously now... shame on who? I'm on your side, and if you read my comments without whatever emotional coloring you've added to it, you'd see that.

Is it wrong to call a tall girl tall? a short girl short? a thin girl thin? why then is it such a wrongdoing to call a big girl big? Having a big girl in my family, i can tell you the battle isn't with others, its within. As soon as she realized her own beauty and worth - she stopped being sensitive about it, no more so than if someone called her a brunette.

The problem is people's unwillingness to get over it.

Read my initial comment. she's attractive. She's also big. (i've stopped using the word "fat" since its obviously an uncomfortable word for some - by the way. thank you lyoness for showing that there are some people who aren't hung up on PC labels)

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@goatcrapp: How big of an are you? Calling someone "fat" as you do has nothing to do PC, it has to do with being polite. We all clearly can read & see you are of lower intellect but we don't call you a "retard" as that wouldn't be nice to you & others.

So explain to us how your on the side of the plus sized ladies here? You say the above girl is “beyond "curvy" "voloptuous" and etc... she's fat” You say they to “run [their] ass to the gym."

Yea, you're really on their side.

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@cybrokat: are you comparing a swimsuit to a maternity suit? I would imagine a maternity suit would be more comfortable to wear then a swimsuit.

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This will work great with my sail boat. I can either use it as a sail or a boat cover. Might even work as a tent if you find rods strong enough to hold up that much material. Multi-use garment, does it get better? I submit it does not.

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@goatcrapp: I agree with your outlook

I never buy anything here... I just come here during breaks and read all the tools who argue with each other like it matters.

I wonder what the ratio is for databases with information that matters vs. reality tv-esque mumbo jumbo like this. I think we are looking at 80% crap vs. 20% actual information that could help people and make a difference.

You guys crack me up. Every word you type is like a turd falling into my drink.

and I thank you for it.

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@kevskoolkars: I understand where you are coming from, and I really don't see how "goatcrapp" gets off jumping all over your case when I don't think you've said anything wrong! I agree, I wouldn't say that this girl is fat either. I think it's a relative term, and coming from someone who is probably skinny, goatcrapp (seriously, your name is goatcrapp and you expect to be taken seriously?) sees her as fat. Wait, she changed her argument, "big." Big is not the same as fat. Everyone has some ratio of body fat to muscle, so who is really to decide what is acceptable? The only person who flew off the handle about it was goatcrapp, like she was trying to pick a fight.

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wow - you really are dim, aren't you.

What i said was (let me break it down for you)- its the type of defensive attitude you showed that causes other people to simply dismiss you with a fat comment such as "run your ass to the gym" - your type of attitude (ie: immediately creating a "you vs. them" scenario with comments like "crackhead skinny" will absolutely draw a nasty retort... whereas lyoness' "i'm big and happy with that" is the type of confidence that people are drawn to, instead of put off by. SHE didn't feel the need to insult others, to be happy.. nor did she have to resort to name calling - whereas you haven't made a single post that hasn't had a nasty comment in it.

I'm sorry you couldn't understand the comparison i put up... you're too busy making emotional arguments, instead of reading with comprehension.

@jemo - nice try... first post ever, and its to defend knucklehead... I'd LOVE to see an IP comparison on these two.

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@goatcrapp

Sorry, we aren't the same person and we don't know each other. I'm not looking to defend but I agree with his viewpoint over yours. Yes it's now my second post! When I see someone being unreasonable, I can't help it. :)

I suppose you were upset by him saying "crackhead skinny," I'm speculating, because you yourself are very thin? That wasn't very nice, but you don't see how "fat" is also inflammatory? Sure some girls don't mind the word, but even I think it's offensive in its use sometimes, and I am a male, and in very good shape. I often have to defend my choice of what I see as attractive since people automatically say,
"Ew, she's fat." Or something along those lines. I only want to understand why you can't understand that she's not "fat" to "everyone."

As far as toward Kevin, I didn't read anything where he said anything mean to you before you started belittling him.

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@luisibarra81: I was thinking about using one to cover my truck in the winter.

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@goatcrapp: I think your name should be sweetie pie, it's more appropriate... Dont you think? I'm sure most here would agree.

You have no credibility with anyone here, I mean you called your own family "fat", not to mention you have changed your original argument.

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@jemon: You're right, I was wrong for saying crackhead skinny... & I apologize to the thin ladies out there.

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the girl in the picture is hot - before i started reading the comments i was clicking on the deal to see more pictures of this broad in a swimsuit. I'm very lazy and i didn't want to read all the posts - does anyone know this girl's name?

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dude, you rock. I want to be just like you. I wish i could turn back time, I mean why bother going through several stages of higher education when i can just get a GED, or maybe a BA from a 2 year college,pass some dubious certification exams, and just become a personal trainer, and act tough on the internet. Man i wish i could be such a complete and total sweetie pie... then, maybe i could actually be successful on deals.woot.com, like you.

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@goatcrapp: Awww.... Did I hurt your feelings? I know you wish you could turn back time & be like me, but you can't, it's to late. Unlike you I actually graduated from a 4 year college in 3 years with 2 degrees, Criminal Justice & Political Science. Now I attend Maurer school of Law obtaining my JD.

I am a personal trainer for many reasons I'll list some for you: 1) I enjoy being active & healthy 2) I enjoy helping others reach their personal lifestyle goals 3) It's good money. Considering I charge up to $60.00 an hour it sure does beat your fast food job of minimum wage & saying "would you like fries with that?".

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whatever you say, keyboard warrior.

I have several employees that I pay 60 an hour or more - so while i'm happy you're happy with it, and its pretty good for someone who can barely string together enough words to form a coherent sentence - i'm not sure why you thought i would be impressed.

Also - my education is several orders of magnitude greater than yours... though you'll be getting warm once you get your JD (minus several masters in technology, as well as certifications, but at least with your JD you'd be entering higher education legitimacy). Careful though - the legal community has little tolerance for people who suffer from diarrhea of the mouth such as yourself. Actually wait - you'd fit right in at the DMV courtrooms.

**edit - i just realized i fell for your trap - yet again, you feel the need to have an internet "chunky-monkey" measuring contest... drat.. i guess i am the fool afterall.

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@goatcrapp: glad you finally realized your a fool... about time.

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@kevskoolkars: Where are you located? I could use a trainer with your perspective.

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I knew when i read the title..... this would be an awesome read.