Here’s how it started – ‘Jesus’ commented with the following:
jesus fucken christ you’re fat
seriously, not ‘curvaceous’
just fucken FAT
Oh, silly silly jesus. Didn’t you notice that my profile description, in the oh-so-hard-to-find side-bar, specifically uses the word ‘fat’?
Still, it seemed like he was trying to use the word in a negative, pejorative, and insulting way. How to respond? Well, like this:
‘jesus’, I’m definitely fat, no argument there! But Curvaceous Dee rolls off the tongue with a bit more flair that Fat Dee
Then I twittered about it, because I was amused – and the reactions came thick and fast…
Here on the blog, plenty of commenters had their say:
AAG got there first: Fuck you, Jesus. No really, FUCK YOU.
(Somehow I just can’t beat this for hilarity!)
Roxy had this to say:
I’ve always thought Curvaceous Dee was a perfect name, but a few more come to mind:
Keep it up, gorgeous.
(I want to add Zaftig Dee and Rotund Dee to this list, please.)
Amie said it well: Oh Jesus. How immature.
(So very schoolyard!)
Laura got all dictionary on his ass:
From Merriam-Webster OnLine: “cur-va-ceous. Variant: cur-va-cious: having or suggesting the curves of a well-proportioned feminine figure;broadyly: having a smoothly curving shape
Actually, jesus (lame name, btw), both are technically true. However, fat has a very negative connotation, usually ugly and unattractive, of which Dee is neither. Dee is a beautiful woman, both inside and out, and is confident in herself and I suspect that’s what bothers you.
Your comment serves only to highlight her loveliness, especially since she didn’t blast your obvious lack of wit. Thankfully, I (and I’m certain many of her fans), have no qualms telling you to take your cowardly self and fuck off….
(Can I kiss you now, Laura?)
Fred popped his head above the parapet:
Just ignore the idiot!
We love you Dee.
(We love you too, Fred!)
~m chimed in with:
God, I hate morons like Jesus. (And reading that statement just made me giggle.)
Curvaceous Dee is a Bodacious Woman!
<3 <3 <3
(Bodacious? I love it!)
And FrecklesNZ (my sweet friend with no blog to link to) shared a brilliant story:
You’ll like this (and apologies to anyone religious)…
We were sitting around talking about people you can’t trust, given random examples other people had told us and the 11 year old pipes up with ‘never trust anyone called Jesus’! Where that came from, I have no idea, but it’s appropriate here!
Over on twitter, these reactions came through as well:
RockinwithaCock: I’m sorry someone felt the need to be mean. I think it’s funny that it looks like his name is jesus, though.
LScribbens: And isn’t it just ironic that he calls himself “Jesus”, as if Jesus would of ever said that to someone.
MlleAuroreB: Wow that’s a brilliant comment on “Jesus'” part. So articulate.
ehjc: It’s like he thinks it’s an insult. Sad. *hugs* for you Dee!
thecrimsonkitty: your response was classy, intelligent, and to the point. He probably won’t get it because he can’t even spell correctly!
tSunshineLove: Anytime I can kick Jesus in the nads, you just let me know.
Becs: and what awesome responses from your other readers!
Oonai: That person really needs a hobby. You are beautiful Dee!
(You are all gorgeous, wonderful, fantabulous readers!)
Sadly, as jesus’ email address was patently fake – firstname.lastname@example.org – it’s unlikely he’ll see any of these awesome responses. But he has, truly, been kicked – whether he knows it or not.
Fuck you, Jesus. I’m fat, and I love it!