What’s the deal with tortilla-flat girls and flat tummy shake?
It’s hard to know just how long it’s been since we’ve had a flat, but in the past week, there’s been some controversy surrounding the term “flat.”
Tortilla-flats are the latest in a long line of terms that are used to describe girls with tiny feet and feet that can be flat or have the bottom of the foot pointing forward.
The term is also a play on “flat” and “flat chair,” the term used to refer to a flat seat.
Flat girls and tummy shaking, however, have become increasingly popular in recent years.
On Reddit, users have posted images of girls who are flat-chested and sometimes wear a red, white and blue dress, all with a flat top.
It’s hard not to see the term as an attempt to promote an image of flatness and a lack of style.
The trend has caught on with other communities, including Instagram, where posts are being shared with the tag #flattokens.
“Flat” is not just a term used in pop culture, it’s a term that has become synonymous with flat-looking girls.
The term “taco” is also being used to mean “flat,” and it’s unclear why.
In 2014, a group of young girls in the United Kingdom started an online petition calling for the word “flatulent” to be banned, and the campaign gained steam in 2015.
Now, some girls are saying that the word is a “sexual slur,” and some are even saying that it should be banned.
Many of these comments are in response to posts on Twitter, where the term is frequently used.
One Twitter user wrote that the term flat is “so disgusting” and said it should “be banned forever.”
“It is not a term of endearment and does not reflect the reality of the girl’s life, let alone their sexuality.
You can’t tell the difference between a woman and a flat bottom.
You cannot tell the real life experience of a woman who is flat.”
Another Twitter user said that she’s “worried about the impact it has on society and the wider world,” and said she wants to see more girls wearing a dress with a skirt instead of a dress.
Another user said: “I can’t believe a term like this exists.
If it is a sexual slur, I don’t think we should have any problem with it.
I think it’s disgusting and we need to remove it.”
While some girls have been using the term to describe their lack of shape, it seems that some have taken it further.
A Twitter user who goes by the name of Blythe wrote on Tuesday that she was “disgusted” with “people who are using this term as a sexual epithet.”
“It’s not about sexual orientation, it is about sexual self-esteem,” she wrote.
“When a girl starts to look like a girl, that’s a good thing.
But when you start to look flat, it becomes a problem and we should all be ashamed.”
Other girls have started using the word in their own conversations to describe how they look and feel, often with the goal of making a point about how flat they are.
An Instagram user named #tweetflatness posted a photo of herself with a shirt that reads, “I don’t like being flat.”
In the caption, she wrote, “Totally flat.
My tummy is flat too.”
Another user named @ladyfemme wrote: “Theres a girl with the same flat top, tummy and foot but she still has an amazing smile.
She is totally flat.”
Another Twitter user named Jana wrote that she has “flat feet, a really thin tummy, and I don´t have a butt.”
Many girls are also using the Twitter hashtag #flatbodies.
Twitter users are calling out the use of the term and sharing images of flat women in the media.
One Twitter user, who goes under the name @lazygirl_nigga, wrote: “@lazyboy shes got the same butt, but I don t like her.
She looks like a woman on her tummy.”
A woman named @jillcamellia wrote: “#flatness is so offensive.
Im so flat and my boyfriend doesnt want to get me to wear a dress, lol.”
She also shared an image on Instagram of a photo she posted of herself in a dress and captioned it, “Hang up your dress!”
She wrote that her “flatness” is an issue that needs to be addressed.