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Updated on Friday, July 10

#21086

OMG: Regarding the story about the fat chick overhearing the mom and daughter, posting a viral selfie and making a huge deal about everything... am I the only one who things that,
a. the daughter and mother's comments weren't really that offensive and were simply a child's comments on the largeness of the blouse, b. the fat chick clearly has emotional problems because she burst out crying at the comments of a child, and c. it's crazy how virtually the entire world is supporting this fat chick's fatness when, realistically, fatness is unhealthy and she should actually exercise and try to improve both her body and her image. she doesn't have an illness she's just fat cuz she probably eats too much crap. suck it up and hit the gym, don't cry in an old navy and blame society for your fatness

18 comments

  1. She may have sleep apnea, genetic predisposition, and was never taught about proper nutrition until it was too late. That said, its more likely that that's not the case.

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  2. you sound very angry, OP. why is someone else's happiness and self-acceptance making you feel so angry that you feel the need to try and tear a complete stranger down?

    also, so what if she has emotional issues? lots of us do. to be frank, it sounds like you may have some emotional/anger issues yourself. which in itself is absolutely okay, but lashing out and harming others behind a computer screen is not. maybe she has a debilitating mental illness like anxiety or depression. oh that's right, you sound like an insensitive, non-compassionate person who probably doesn't see mental illness as a real issue. OR maybe she doesn't have deep emotional issues at all, people cry for different reasons, and you don't know what her situation is or what battles she is facing, besides haters like yourself, of course.

    ALSO, you have absolutely no fucking clue what kind of lifestyle she leads based on how she looks. I agree that "fatness" as you so politely put it, can be unhealthy... but there are plenty of "fat" people who generally eat well and exercise. I know, it's a hard concept for a simpleton like yourself to grasp, but it's true. plenty of skinny people eat horribly, that doesn't make them healthy. as long as a person's lifestyle isn't directly impacting you, you're best to just shut up.

    think about where all your anger is coming from, because it's most likely coming from issues you have with yourself. in the meantime, quit shaming others and contributing to the unnecessary hatred and anger in society.

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    1. Fatty detected

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    2. Ahahaha agreed 3a.
      @3 please her battle is her fatness. And go tell a doctor that eating healthy and exercising leaves behind a person who is still fat. Unless there is some hormonal problem or its a medical side effect, ppl naturally are not fat. And let me tell you that woman was fat af
      and this is coming from a girl who is kinda fat for her height, but I'm not sitting around idly hoping for the world to accept my fatness. I'm busting my ass everyday to lose the fat that i knowingly gained and naturally should not have

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    3. 3 I'm willing to bet I have a relatively accurate picture of you forming in my head right now. Don't pull the fat and healthy bs, ask any health expert and you'll get your answer. Or imagine yourself thousands of year ago, and how nice of a meal you would make for a sabertooth.

      And 3b I wish you success on your quest, keep working!

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    4. Oh you do, do you 3C?

      as I said before, I'm a healthy and fit person so your "accurate picture" of me is probably pathetically inaccurate. just because I'm not "fat" doesn't mean I can't stick up for those who are, and who are leading healthy lifestyles or working hard to.

      shut the fuck up. talk to any health expert and they'll explain body composition and how you don't have to be "thin" to be healthy. it's about what you DO to keep yourself healthy.

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    5. Haha and I'm a flying unicorn.

      And how about you shut the fuck up, I never said you have to be thin to be healthy. Read my post again. But what I am saying is you can't be overweight and healthy. Maybe a little, and there's surely exceptions, but for the most part no. Is that clear?

      'Its about what you DO to keep yourself healthy' ? What the fuck does that even mean? Stop with this drivel. Anobese man is not healthy, health and obesity are mutually exclusive. Even if he looks fine, on the inside is the problem with cholesterol, dysfunctional metabolism, or a plethora of other conditions.

      Here's a decent ( I repeat decent) article about this stuff that's not too science-heavy. Unless you want acience-heavy, then take your ass to a journal and the answer is clear.

      http://healthland.time.com/2013/12/02/you-cant-be-fit-and-fat/

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    6. aww, little flying unicorn is getting mad because it can't form a solid opinion! and clearly can't type either!

      let me spell it out for you, nice and easy terms. IF A PERSON IS A BIT OVERWEIGHT/ CHUBBY/ FLUFFY BUT EXERCISES REGULARLY, EATS WELL AND TAKES CARE OF THEIR BODY, THAT IS WHAT DETERMINES THEIR STATE OF HEALTH, NOT HOW MUCH THEY WEIGH. AND YES, THERE ARE PEOPLE WHO ARE IN THIS CATEGORY. NOT EVERYONE TAKES CARE OF THEIR BODY, BUT DON'T ASSUME THAT SOMEONE WHO IS A BIT OVERWEIGHT FOLLOWS A CERTAIN LIFESTYLE. ALSO, IT'S NO ONE'S GODDAMN BUSINESS BUT THEIR'S AND THEIR DOCTOR'S.

      "Maybe a little..." HA. make up your mind... or better yet, YOU can stfu :)

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    7. also, I never said that obesity is healthy. so you're a complete hypocrite.

      kisses!

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    8. kisses? Damn I though I was talking to a guy, I should be more polite then (no sarcasm).

      "IF A PERSON IS A BIT OVERWEIGHT/ CHUBBY/ FLUFFY BUT EXERCISES REGULARLY, EATS WELL AND TAKES CARE OF THEIR BODY, THAT IS WHAT DETERMINES THEIR STATE OF HEALTH, NOT HOW MUCH THEY WEIGH."

      You seem to have it a little out of order. You say your state of health is determined by what you do (i.e excersice) regardless of your body composition. That is wrong. What you do determines your body composition, which influences your state of health. I excersice, I get fit, and that helps my body function the way it is supposed to.

      Also I have never assumed someone's lifestyle based on their looks, did you miss my post (3c) encouraging 3b, even though they admitted to be 'kinda fat'?

      and with regards to 'maybe a little'. Yes, there's a natural standard deviation from optimal health, where someone can be a bit fat or a bit too skinny but still be healthy. The article posted by OP is about an obese person. An obese person is far from this category I just described, and thus cannot be healthy despite his weight issues.

      I hope you can learn something from this

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    9. you are talking to a guy... geez

      also, you're totally twisting everything I say... there's no hope for you...

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    10. Well..that is interesting indeed.

      But it seems you can't understand my points, either I suck at explaining or these concepts are harder than I thought. Oh well. Nothing anymore I can do

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  3. actually, 3a... "fatty" not detected. I'm at an average, healthy weight, not that I owe any explanation to you.

    and 3b, ur a complete hypocrite. it's disgusting that you think you can bitch at someone else's weight when you're "fat" too... how can YOU agree to 3a's comment, you're clearly the "fatty detected" so fuck off.

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  4. Excuse me 3b, are you her doctor? NOPE so stfu

    in the mean time, go see your own doc if you're so concerned about fatness

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    1. oh no a typo. sound the alarms

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  6. One time a kid asked his mom why I was so hairy. No word of a lie.

    I immediately whipped out my phone and burst out crying etc. etc. you know how it goes. Long story short Kim Kardashian now follows me on twitter.

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