Lady With A Big Forehead That Was Trending On Social Media Gets Engaged [FICTION]
This beautiful young lady has been trending on social media for weeks now, people can't get enough of making fun of her big head.
Holly Faith, from Australia, shut her haters who said that she won't find a boyfriend because of her big forehead by posting stunning pictures of her and her handsome fiancé.
She said that she has been bashed and called all kinds of insults, so she has become immune to all of it.
However, this did not stop the teasing and tormenting, it actually made it worse. Some said that she is lying, that is not her fiancé, she just posted the picture to prove a point.
While others are still at it with the forehead jokes.
She is a very beautiful woman, she learnt to embrace her flaws and that is empowering.
Congratulations to her and her fiancé on their engagement. People will always have something negative to say, so just ignore them and keep it moving.
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