17 Comments

  1. Lauren Rose
    May 22, 2014 / 7:50 pm

    haha great post! It all looks delicious! And I think that people who make comments like this are a) jealous or b) have too much time on their hands. laurenroseprep.blogspot.com

  2. kTm
    May 23, 2014 / 2:53 am

    I feel like the whole "you did not really eat that" thing is just ridiculous! Someone obviously is just trying to tear people down with the smallest silliest of things. Great post though, I loved seeing all the deserts!! Especially the cake covered in sprinkles!kTmPick Your Beau

  3. McKenzie Wild
    May 23, 2014 / 3:38 am

    This is ridiculous! I could show pictures of some of my finest friends who eat fried food constantly and eat late night meals constantly. I think this highlights the bigger issue, are you a "famous blogger" or are you blogging about your real life. I eat my food. I also HATE cooking so you won't catch me talking about cooking unless it is some super super easy dip to bring to a party that won't give my friends food poisoning. I love REAL blogs like your blog. That I can relate to. Thank you.

  4. Kylie Mavrakis
    May 23, 2014 / 3:50 pm

    I think that article is pretty awful :/ I mean, they're basically accusing bloggers of having eating disorders. And I think they are forgetting the fact that pretty much EVERYONE instagrams their food nowadays. It's a thing. Bloggers may look prettier, but that doesn't mean they don't eat it.And I'm with you on being mad about the can't be skinny and eat fatty foods thing. I'm skinny (but not in shape) and I eat fatty food all the time. No need for anyone to be pissed at me for that!Great post, dear!xo Kyliewww.dressinsparkles.com

  5. Alex
    May 23, 2014 / 8:13 pm

    This is crazy!! I think it's possible to stay in shape and still enjoy comfort foods in moderation. I think it's sad that there is any blogger shaming involved, we should be supporting one another!-Alexwww.monstermisa.blogspot.com

  6. Seersucker Sass
    May 24, 2014 / 3:07 pm

    "Blogger shaming" is the perfect term for it! I'm genuinely surprised that the account owner hasn't gotten in trouble yet for using other bloggers' pictures. Hope you're having a great long weekend!

  7. AJ
    May 24, 2014 / 10:57 pm

    This is so true. I NEVER post any 'unhealthy' food on my instagram or twitter, simply because people always comment that I probably threw it up after (I'm a recovered bulimic) or that my fiance ate it or something like that. I am generally pretty healthy and I'm active, but yes, I do too eat treats whenever I feel like it. I hate that people feel this way about us slimmer girls. Great post :)AJ | TheAJMinute

  8. Sabrina
    May 25, 2014 / 2:43 am

    I eat everything too and I'm stick thin. I haven't jumped onto the instagram trend though because I love food too much to let it sit there while I take photos! But it is weird that there's a full blog dedicated to accusing people of being fake.Sincerely, Sabrina

  9. Magda Carvalho
    May 25, 2014 / 8:18 pm

    Great photos :)*new follower in the bloghttp://retromaggie.blogspot.pt/

  10. Jodi H
    May 26, 2014 / 7:44 am

    Great post. I love everything you've said! It's so true, and so sad probably done by someone who has nothing better to spend their time on. http://www.highheelsandtutus.com

  11. Katherine L
    May 26, 2014 / 11:18 pm

    Love the post! I've had some friends and family criticize me over the last few months for having lost weight (25lbs over the course of a year), and am criticized for being a "light" eater. But I find it really annoying, and kind of disrespectful. I have different health and dietary concerns that have forced me to change my eating habits, but I definitely devour every single donut picture I post (I can't give up sweets, no matter how sick they make me feel). How you eat is your own business, and people should stop being so critical about it. -Katherinehttp://thegreenbows.blogspot.ca