I'll fully admit that I could lose a few pounds, when I was in my 20's and played alot of hoops, I was weighing 175 on a 5"9 frame but right now I'm 187 lbs and 40 years old. I work and then have two kids I'm raising so it's hard to take the time to exercise but I told the wife I'm gonna shed the extra pounds this year.
People who are so fat they can't even walk are disgusting to me.
I don't judge. People do what they want, and if they want to live that way then it's their business.
That being said, when it comes to people I have to work or interact with, some things tend to bother me. It's not the fact that some people are just way too overweight, it's laziness or the mindset that things must work to cater to their weight problem. Especially when it comes to work, I can't stand to see someone who has the same wage/title as me but produces a fraction of the work due to laziness. This isn't exclusive to fat people, but it's compounded when they have a weight problem and just come off as sloppy individuals. Or when you're walking down a narrow hallway and someone who has three times the mass of an average person can't stay close to one side even though they already take up half the damn hallway. Why should I have to maneuver around you when it's not my fault we both can't fit between a walkway?