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I think I can see where you're coming from; you understand that there's a difference between being skinny & being in shape. Â That's awesome & important. Â However, what's causing conflict I think is that you are mis-labeling. Â Jessica is, in your opinion, not in shape, as far as body-fat percentages go, which is a valid concern & statement, as long as we all realize none of us know her or are her doctor so it's cool to make observations but they're essentially only that. Â But she is NOT overweight as you call it. Â Overweight is defined as being 20% above the average weight for one's highth. Â Jessica most certaintly, & I'm betting we can all agree on this as none of us are blind, does NOT weigh 20% more than the average 5'2' person - she's very slender in fact (more so now than in the beginning of her career). Â As far as body-fat percentages & leanness, that's up for speculation; I personally feel that she could stand to work her arms a little more, but everyone could 'improve' in those areas, or most people at least. Â Probably not you tho right Crave - Â you're perfect...riiiiight. Â j/p with ya girl Â Anyways, that's my 2 Â cents, hope it helps!
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I think it's sad that if a girl has an ounce of fat on her she's considered overweight or out of shape. This is what causes girls to become anorexic. Jessica Simpson is very healthy looking, and I think she has a far better body than someone like Christina Aguilera who I know she's just naturally skinny, but she still looks sick.
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