CGS now has a personal e-mail address that you can use to contact either me or Abigail. We’re doing this as an endeavor to start up a YouTube channel where we answer your questions and give you a heads up on what we are planning in the future.
The e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will still be using our inbox on Tumblr as well if you prefer that route of action.
Once again, bless you all and keep it classy
Outfit of the Day. 2 September 2011.
Shirt - Thrifted, $2
Slim-fit jeans - Hot Topic, $20
Watch - Nixon, $65
Belt - Hot Topic, $10
Shoes - Clark’s Desert Boot via Nordstrom Rack, $60
Just checking in to let you all know I made it to college safe after Irene came through.
For those chubby gentlemen out there with serious swagger, please submit: this is a safe place where you can show off your flair with no one to tell you otherwise. Ladies, get your men in on this if they got it - y’all know what I mean.
Keep it classy!
Shameless self promotion.
Just put this photoset on my personal Tumblr.
As expected, plenty of Chubby Guy Swag to go around and me being a complete moron to boot. Needless to say, when I wore the outfit last night, I felt GOOD in my skin. Also, I miraculously kept my composure despite indulging in a few drinks.
Enough of stroking my own ego. You can check it out at the link above.
Keep it classy!
Anonymous asked: Do you date fat chicks?
Why would it matter to you?
I am going to go ahead and assume that it matters to you because you’d like to heckle me. Of course, by making an assumption it would make an ass out of you and me (as the old adage goes), but this is a risk I am willing to take.
I am what people call “body positive.” This means that I find beauty in anybody and, more specifically, any body period. So yes - I have dated what you may call “fat chicks.” I have also dated smaller women. I have essentially dated just about any body type you could imagine. Why? Because I choose to.
I will not allow people to tell me what beauty truly is. I feel it’s a very one-sided issue and yes, while many of the women we see in film or magazines are beautiful, we can still have the ability to find others just as gorgeous. Or wonderful. Or just simply amazing.
So to me, anything goes. I love any and all. If you think any less of me for it, by all means: try to assault me and my beliefs. It won’t matter. At the end of the day, words are just words, pounds are just pounds, and life will go on (even if you label me as a “Chubby Chaser” or what-have-you).
I hope this answers your question.
Keep it classy.
Zach Eser, editor of Chubby Guy Swag