It’s no secret that today's kids are bigger than the generations before them, but things seem to be escalating with the actual size of they uniforms changing.
Some manufacturers are now labelling what was say a size 16 as a size 12 to make students feel better.
“I noticed some of the girls, in particular, they didn’t like to be a big size so we downsized the blouses and other clothes — making a size 14 now a 12 and so forth,” Gloria Gavranic from SKOLA told News Corp
This morning Amos revealed on Amos, Cat & Angus just how bad the obesity epidemic has escalated. Take a listen:
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