The other day for the first time I try to tell my fat friend, with the utmost respect and a concern of his well being, as he was chowing down on a huge plate of some shrimp fried rice, "why you eat so much bro, you know your killing your body right"
He gets offensive and starts ranking on me, like its some kind of insult/rank towards him even though we have been buds for quite some time. Some fat people are just to fuking proud of the monster they created, and their is no going back at that point.
Try working at a bakery. Sometimes I wish I could tell people what I'm really thinking when they waddle up and ask for a dozen brownies.
lmaooo.! Waddle, I jus thought of a walrus waddling and shifting his weight from side to side. I do feel bad for some fat people because just like we look down at racists for teaching 3 and 4 year olds about hate and intolerance, I look down on parents for teaching they're kids the bad food habits that leads them to obesity later, yes they can work out when they're older but they got to that point because of nad parenting and irisponsibleness. Nurture vs. Nature
Last edited by sofargone89 : 09-25-2010 at 06:24 PM.
I'm the furthest thing from being fat bud (6'1" 170 lbs). So don't be a little prick. It seems like you never learned how to use commas in school.
i'm so sorry that didn't put a lot of commas in my post. i didn't know i was being graded on grammar on a message board.
now tell me, what is bothering you(hay look, i guess i don know how to use a comma.i guess i just didn't care because this isn't an english class).considering you are nitpicking on a certain grammar in all my post, this topic must be personal to you.
I agree. I never look down on a fat/overweight person who is in the gym though. They are in the gym to try and better themselves. What really irks me is the fat people who seek pity for being fat or *****/moan about it, but just sit there on the couch with double bacon cheeseburger in left hand and slice of XL pizza in the other. Those people actually piss me off and I feel no pity for them whatsoever. Sure, some people have genetic predisposition, but that doesn't mean being extremely overweight. They are just too weak mentally to change because they have a 'reason' to fall back on to comfort themselves.
Maybe some people genuinely don't care, but I don't buy it. Doesn't mean it isn't true, but I don't think anybody would rather be fat than slim/athletic/buff/what-have-you. They are just too weak mentally and rationalize that "it's ok" or "they aren't that fat, yet."
I think being obese should be fought and made just as big of a deal as they do anorexia. They almost glorify overweight people in a certain sense. Acting like Queen Latifah is so hot and a Goddess . Then all the bullshit about how your mate should love you for who you are, regardless of whether you are 100, 200, or 500 lbs. That's bullshit. Everybody WANTS somebody they are attracted to physically, and there is nothing wrong with that. Of course you should love who they are on the inside, but it doesn't mean you should be stuck with some cow because of it.
I don't DISLIKE fat people but I do feel sorry for a lot of them because they don't seem to be at all aware of the life they're setting themselves up for later in life. I was at Wal Mart the other day down the diet/supplement aisle and someone had gone through with sticky notes and posted little "uplifting" messages on all the weight loss stuff saying things like "you don't have to change for anyone, you're beautiful just the way you are"
People in America these days don't seem to understand that fitness isn't all about looks, it's about HEALTH. It's NOT OK to be fat. Yes it's ok to be happy with who you are, and if you are fat you shouldn't be self loathing, but it's not reasonable or intelligent for people to think "i'm 100 pounds overweight, but it's ok because I still think I'm beautiful". People always complain that America makes it seem like you have to be thin to be beautiful, but in an attempt to stand up for themselves fat people have started living by the view that fat IS beautiful. You can be overweight and beautiful, but that doesn't mean that it's anywhere near ok. There's so much more to it than looks.