Asian Plus-Size Clothing Store Names Are Savage

Plus-size clothing is designed for those who need to choose above-the-average clothing size. For women, it’s generally considered a size 18 and above. However, in other parts of the world, it seems that they have a different view of the plus-size clothing market. TikToker Erika Severini shared clips from a clothing market in Bangkok. Some of the shop names were ridiculously brutal. Can you imagine the conversation? “Wow, what a cute outfit! Where’d you get it from?”, “I got it from Fatty Fatgirl, do you like it?” If you know why Thailand store owners feel the need to be so rude, let us know in the comments below!

Asian plus-size clothing store names are savage.

Asian plus-size clothing store names are savage.

Asian plus-size clothing store names are savage.

Asian plus-size clothing store names are savage.

Asian plus-size clothing store names are savage.

Asian plus-size clothing store names are savage.

Asian plus-size clothing store names are savage.

Asian plus-size clothing store names are savage.

Asian plus-size clothing store names are savage.

Asian plus-size clothing store names are savage.

Asian plus-size clothing store names are savage.

Asian plus-size clothing store names are savage.

Asian plus-size clothing store names are savage.

20 thoughts on “Asian Plus-Size Clothing Store Names Are Savage”

  1. Reading these moving signs was much more disturbing than the names of the stores. And I don’t mean to say that the signs weren’t disturbing.

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  2. Unfortunately. There aren’t to many big Asia period. The amount of big Asian girls is no where near as big in the USA. .FACTs ……

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  3. “Fat” isn’t a bad word in Asia like it is in the US. If you’re fat, someone will tell you that you’re fat. It just describes you – it’s not an insult. It’s like telling you that you’re tall. Fat people know they’re fat, just like how tall people know they’re tall.

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  4. I’m an XL (t-shirts) in the US, XXL in most of Asia, but I’m 4XL in China. They size primarily by height, and I’m 185cm tall, ~90 kg.

  5. I’m just glad that I live in America, a place where overweight women – and women in general – are not under constant scrutiny about their looks. And make an equal amount for the same work. And are represented proportionately in the halls of power. Whew! Imagine living somewhere where that wasn’t true!

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  6. if we could lipo-farm all the .. corpulent .. ppl in the us, we’d have enuf oil to last for centuries

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  7. Since I am a size 6 US and would be considered a Fatty Fat Girl, I would rock a shirt with that on it… LOL

    In Asia, they will fat shame you on the streets. I had a Thai nail tech who fat shamed me a month after I had given birth to my daughter. It’s harsh, but they believe in being fit and if they say it to your face, it may be because they care for you and think you should take better care of yourself.

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