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(Today)   Bioethicist claims obesity can be reduced by shaming fat people instead of embracing them, because your arms just aren't long enough   (todayhealth.today.com ) divider line 55
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2013-01-24 09:33:23 AM  
19 votes:

Diogenes: "He must not have any contact with actual free-range fat people," she added.

Feh.  I keep mine caged like veal calves.  Do you know how many acres of cheesecake it takes to keep just one free range fattie?


Thats just mean. You really can't appreciate the beauty and majesty of a fat person, until you see a herd of them grazing on the open plains just before sundown. The way the wind rustles their chins, and how the light just seems to danced on their hands covered with the glaze of that last boston cream donut.......it just tears me up thinking about it.
2013-01-24 09:25:13 AM  
10 votes:

Vodka Zombie: Haven't we been shaming fat people for decades already?


Oh quit your whining and put the Twinkie down, Jabba.
2013-01-24 09:16:40 AM  
10 votes:
"He must not have any contact with actual free-range fat people," she added.

Feh.  I keep mine caged like veal calves.  Do you know how many acres of cheesecake it takes to keep just one free range fattie?
2013-01-24 09:28:54 AM  
7 votes:

Diogenes: Vodka Zombie: Haven't we been shaming fat people for decades already?

Oh quit your whining and put the Twinkie down, Jabba.


LOL!

Kinda walked waddled into that one, didn't I?
2013-01-24 09:42:15 AM  
6 votes:
Plus if you were raising fat people, I think free range is really the economical way to go. Why bother with fences and cages and such. What are they going to do? run away?
2013-01-24 10:29:45 AM  
5 votes:

Point02GPA: Shaming works well. That's why you don't see any retards anymore.


Not true, Thunderpipes is still around
2013-01-24 10:09:57 AM  
5 votes:

Thunderpipes: Want to see the real fun? In 2040 or so, when white people are the minority, do you really think Democrats will be there defending the white man? Slavery will probably be made legal again. Your kids will suffer, but you don't care, because free stuff! Yay!


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2013-01-24 10:06:30 AM  
5 votes:
CHALLENGE ACCEPTED!

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2013-01-24 09:42:40 AM  
3 votes:
I assume it is also OK to punch an asshole in the face for not minding their own damn business, correct?
2013-01-24 09:17:08 AM  
3 votes:
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2013-01-24 12:29:31 PM  
2 votes:

FormlessOne:

Because it's worked so well in the past. Tell me, what colored symbol will obese people be required to sew to their clothing to ensure that no one treats them as though they belong? I mean, hell, we've used everything from scarlet "A"s to gold six-pointed stars - I'm sure there's a brightly colored symbol that still remains which can be used to brand fat people as "not one of us".

It amazes me how many assholes there still are in the world happy to pick up the first rock.


Don't be hyperbolic. You don't need to mark fat people you can tell just by looking at them.
2013-01-24 11:07:42 AM  
2 votes:

Zelron: WhippingBoy: Zelron: Thunderpipes: Imagine how many problems could be solved if people stopped making excuses?

Getting back to the main point, the shaming isn't going to help. We're already shamed up the wazoo.

That's not true. In some cases shaming does help. Shame can be a very powerful motivator.
If you've cast yourself in the role of the "victim", then yeah, shaming (or anything) probably won't help.

You're right. I'm a victim. I suck. I'm a bad person. I hate myself. If it wasn't for my kids I'd blow my farking head off. You know better. You're awesome. You have all the answers. You're great. Want my kids? Maybe they'll be better off with you. I could see if you could replace me at work, too. Maybe my wife would love you more. My family too---my brothers and sisters, my parents, cousins. You would be so much better than me. Oh I wish I were you.


That's more like it.
2013-01-24 10:29:30 AM  
2 votes:

WhippingBoy: I battled with weight issues for most of my life. When I was 32, I lost 100 pounds over the course of a year and a half.

You know what finally motivated me to lose the weight? I was in a restaurant with some friends and passed by a couple of attractive women. One of them looked me in the eye, looked down at my body, and said "eww, gross". That triggered something inside me; I was tired of being summarily rejected and shamed. Within a year and a half, I was 100 pounds lighter and no longer felt ashamed to be out in public.

So don't tell me that fat shaming doesn't work. It may not be the solution for everyone, but it certainly changed my life.


You need to go find that woman again, seduce her, woo her, get her to fall in love with you... then right before you stick it in, stand up and say "nah, I'd rather jerk off..." then walk out, after taking a dump on the floor.
2013-01-24 10:21:14 AM  
2 votes:

MikeBoomshadow: abhorrent1: I agree. When did it become okay to be a pig? It's unattractive and unhealthy.

The same instant it became okay to be an assclown and be mean to people because you don't like how they look.

I'd rather hang with my fat buddies than with a jerk like you. Admittedly, some of them make me look thinner by comparison, but still.

Tell you what: I'll eat a salad. You eat a bag of dicks.


Look here, we got ourselves an angry fat guy. Don't get too close or he may attempt to sit on you.
2013-01-24 10:16:31 AM  
2 votes:

someonelse: Rootus: I love fattie threads. I suspect that, much like GOP homophobes, the folks who scream the loudest are in fact the fattest.

I always suspect that the ones who do the most vehement fat-shaming are borderline fat themselves, and are engaging in a weird combination of denial, self-loathing, and deflection. Basically, middle school.


I will take into consideration the things you say about fat people, but I will NOT allow you to suggest that denizens of Fark are immature and puerile. This is the Internet. This is Fark. This is Serious Business.
2013-01-24 10:13:55 AM  
2 votes:

Rootus: I love fattie threads. I suspect that, much like GOP homophobes, the folks who scream the loudest are in fact the fattest.


I always suspect that the ones who do the most vehement fat-shaming are borderline fat themselves, and are engaging in a weird combination of denial, self-loathing, and deflection. Basically, middle school.
2013-01-24 10:07:28 AM  
2 votes:

Thunderpipes: UIh huh, sure. How was your White only scholarship or your affirmative action promotion?

Want to see the real fun? In 2040 or so, when white people are the minority, do you really think Democrats will be there defending the white man? Slavery will probably be made legal again. Your kids will suffer, but you don't care, because free stuff! Yay!


The only thing worse than a fat guy is a honky. Well maybe a fat honky. You sound like a fay honky. Honky.
2013-01-24 10:03:35 AM  
2 votes:

abhorrent1: I agree. When did it become okay to be a pig? It's unattractive and unhealthy.


The same instant it became okay to be an assclown and be mean to people because you don't like how they look.

I'd rather hang with my fat buddies than with a jerk like you. Admittedly, some of them make me look thinner by comparison, but still.

Tell you what: I'll eat a salad. You eat a bag of dicks.
2013-01-24 10:02:24 AM  
2 votes:
Like fat people are capable of having feelings.   I'm not sure that they even qualify to be called people.
2013-01-24 09:42:11 AM  
2 votes:
Who knew "Your mama so fat" jokes were helping society?
2013-01-24 09:40:39 AM  
2 votes:

LineNoise: Diogenes: "He must not have any contact with actual free-range fat people," she added.

Feh.  I keep mine caged like veal calves.  Do you know how many acres of cheesecake it takes to keep just one free range fattie?

Thats just mean. You really can't appreciate the beauty and majesty of a fat person, until you see a herd of them grazing on the open plains just before sundown. The way the wind rustles their chins, and how the light just seems to danced on their hands covered with the glaze of that last boston cream donut.......it just tears me up thinking about it.


If we shame them they will graze more in order to feel better about themselves. if they graze more you can send more sightseeing tours, which will make the tour guide rich. Anyone interested in a position as tour guide?
2013-01-24 08:26:17 PM  
1 vote:

St. Spuzzum: I just spent the better part of two hours reading the comments here. Hurray sick days! I have been struggling with my weight since high school, and have recently started treatment for an eating disorder. Believe me, there is nothing you can say to me that is more hurtful or damaging than the cruelty I have unleashed on myself for the last 20 years.


Well. No words can hurt anyone really. The listener has to take the words and then beat themselves up. Sometimes people ignore the words, or don't beat themselves up to my satisfaction. That leaves me downcast. Other times, the listener will do a ferocious job of beating themselves up. That's the best case scenario, a well trained and motivated self-injuring victim.
2013-01-24 07:59:45 PM  
1 vote:

Greymalkin: DuncanMhor:

A stranger makes any "shaming" comments about my appearance uninvited will get a smack in the farking face, assuming I can catch the cowardly little fark.

Oi Scotty, I'll be in Edinburgh for the Festival in August.

I'll be at the Burns monument at 7pm on the 9th and if you show up I'll give you shiat directly to your haggis face.

If you actually have the sack to take a swing I'll buy you a pint after you wake up.


Oh look. Skirt-wearing ITGs in their natural habitat.
2013-01-24 01:53:13 PM  
1 vote:

Zelron: Also wrong. My brain certainly tweaks when I have some good sugary food. And I can't just eat one cookie.


You may have convinced yourself that you can't just have one cookie but you don't get "sick" if you don't. Fiance lost a friend from waaaay back in highschool to a heroine overdose, I know what someone who has an ACTUAL tweak looks like.

hutchkc: It sounds silly and it is, but that's my personal vice. I don't drink, smoke, or do drugs ... but from what I gather it sounds like a drug addiction


It sounds more like someone over-dramatizing their desire for sweets. You have convinced yourself through regular reinforcement that you need that food. Bottom line, you DON'T. You feel anxious for cookies when you walk by them and don't buy them. That is very different from having your pain receptors alight all of your body, heaving vomiting, and uncontrollable shuddering. Perspective you farking child. Learn some.

Trillian Astra: But if you're overeating due to emotional strain, the sugar will give you the immediate high you're looking for.


To an extent I am addicted to praise. It makes me feel good, and when I'm feeling bad I start wanting someone to tell me how great I am. It gives me that high that makes me feel better when I don't feel so good.

This is so farking stupid. "Cookies make me feel good so I need them sometimes! Its a real problem!" No, it farking ISN'T. No matter how much you say it it won't be true. Severe alcoholics who quit drinking DIE sometimes from the DTs if they try to do it cold turkey. You don't have to be weaned off of your farking Oreos or risk stopping your heart.
2013-01-24 01:42:52 PM  
1 vote:
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2013-01-24 01:41:15 PM  
1 vote:

MCStymie:
One of my older brothers is mentally retarded (not in the endearing way). He would invariably receive more desserts and cookies and ice cream and such...Another sib complained one evening when she got only one cookie, and Horsehead (not an actual nickname) got several. My dad responded "What would you rather have, the cookies or the extra brains?"

A real card, the old man...rest his soul.


Your father was trying to shame him into being smart.
2013-01-24 01:01:41 PM  
1 vote:

Xenomech: Is it really? You're assuming that we have free will, and modern neuroscience has all but disproved that idea.


I will choose free will.
2013-01-24 12:56:53 PM  
1 vote:
I can't imagine public shaming would work for the majority of people - everyone I know who is overweight is by FAR their own worst critic. Oh, and being rude to people on purpose....you should be ashamed of yourselves. Isn't the world a tough enough place without going out of your way to be unkind to people?

I come from a family of people who struggle with their weight (hell, my immediate family is all losing that battle). None of them blame anything/anyone but themselves. My motivation to never get that far is pretty strong: watching someone try to lose half their body weight is pretty excruciating if you care for them.

/love eating, don't want to get fat or become diabetic (also runs in the family)
//easier to stay thinner/lighter than to lose weight
///no gym membership at the moment, so I have nowhere to be in 26 minutes
2013-01-24 11:47:37 AM  
1 vote:

The Angry Hand of God: I assume it is also OK to punch an asshole in the face for not minding their own damn business, correct?


If you can raise your flabby arm and swing it without having a heart attack I'm sure you're welcome to make the attempt.
2013-01-24 11:36:29 AM  
1 vote:

BraveNewCheneyWorld: Oh look, the same strategy gun control advocates are trying to use on gun owners.


Are gun owners satisfied with how they look?
2013-01-24 11:01:58 AM  
1 vote:

Trillian Astra: This isn't just a matter of "stop being fat, fatty", it has to do with the food culture in the US over all.


If that were true, then everyone would be fat. How is it that some people aren't? Magic beans?
2013-01-24 10:50:13 AM  
1 vote:

Carth: bighairyguy: MikeBoomshadow: Plus, when this guy inevitably runs across a fat person he shouldn't have bullied, how much does reconstructive orthodontic surgery add?

I'm about 100 pounds overweight and my physical trainer just told me I had too much muscle.  Sent me to a massage therapist who said working on me was like trying to massage a brick.  Bring it, bio-weenie!

If that is the case your trainer should get you into powerlifting.


I'm 57, so I'll just stick to discus and shot put.
2013-01-24 10:48:01 AM  
1 vote:

stonicus: WhippingBoy: stonicus: WhippingBoy: I battled with weight issues for most of my life. When I was 32, I lost 100 pounds over the course of a year and a half.

You know what finally motivated me to lose the weight? I was in a restaurant with some friends and passed by a couple of attractive women. One of them looked me in the eye, looked down at my body, and said "eww, gross". That triggered something inside me; I was tired of being summarily rejected and shamed. Within a year and a half, I was 100 pounds lighter and no longer felt ashamed to be out in public.

So don't tell me that fat shaming doesn't work. It may not be the solution for everyone, but it certainly changed my life.

You need to go find that woman again, seduce her, woo her, get her to fall in love with you... then right before you stick it in, stand up and say "nah, I'd rather jerk off..." then walk out, after taking a dump on the floor.

Why would I do that? In retrospect, she did me a huge favour.

That same comment from her could have also been the push that made someone go home and kill themselves. She got lucky. Her unsolicited comment to you was reckless and dangerous


Oh Christ, how old are you??? You may not have noticed, but the world isn't all puppies and rainbows. If your goal is to stop people from being "mean", good luck to you, you're going to need it.
2013-01-24 10:40:42 AM  
1 vote:

Thunderpipes: We should step up the shame if anything.


After all, shaming you for this derp seems to be totally stopping you from posting it.

Right?
2013-01-24 10:38:56 AM  
1 vote:
The only way to get anyone to do anything is to make them want to do it. You certainly can make someone want to lose weight by embarrassing them on a daily basis so that they will want to end the embarrassment. However it's much easier to show them how much better their life would be if they were fit. The first and normal response to criticism is defensiveness. The first and normal response to something better is to want it.
2013-01-24 10:37:41 AM  
1 vote:

DuncanMhor: big pig peaches: I noticed many fatties are quick enough to mock those with healthy lifestyles. Turnabout is fair play.

Oh please. Give us an example

/turnabout is fair play if you are six


I do it... when I am dragging my ass out of bed, shuffling to the kitchen for a soda, lighting a cigarette, I'll see people running and jogging around the lake already. I talk shiat about them in my mind. It's the whole sour grapes thing, finding any justification for why I am right and they are wrong. "Well fark, if that's what it takes to be healthy, screw it. Why spend an accumulated 10 years of solid work and exercise to only live an extra 5 years? I have better self image and self esteem than they do because I don't feel the need to do that. I don't have to waste all this time and energy and effort in my life just so I look good in one outfit for a few hours at that party next month" Anything and everything to justify my own existence. And it's not like the person jogging around the lake is doing it for anyone other than themselves. I seriously doubt they're all smug and thinking "HA! I'm making everyone else feel bad about themselves because I am jogging so early in the morning! Look how much better I am than everyone else!" No, they're just doing their own thing and it has nothing to do with me.

The fact is, I like to eat and I farking hate to exercise. I hate feeling like I am not accomplishing anything. Exercise does not equal instant results, so it's VERY easy to get frustrated and think it is worthless. So, I've found a compromise. Other than grocery shopping, I am not allowed to drive after work. I make myself walk everywhere. Now, my walking comes with the immediate reward I am looking for. It may as simple as just reaching a destination (a bar, my friend's house, etc...) , but it feels infinitely more rewarding than a treadmill or walking aimlessly in a circle around the lake.

That being said, fark those early morning joggers still. =)
2013-01-24 10:33:40 AM  
1 vote:

hbk72777: "If you are overweight or obese, are you pleased with the way that you look?"


This is great, let's line the streets with posters demeaning everyone

"If you are black or dark brown, are you pleased with the way that you look?"

"If you are Jewish or have a big honker, are you pleased with the way that you look?"

"If you are in a wheelchair or missing legs, are you pleased with the way that you look?"


I wonder how many other people in this thread I am going to be add to the list of people tagged with "no problem comparing being fat and being black".
2013-01-24 10:32:46 AM  
1 vote:

Zelron: Thunderpipes: We should step up the shame if anything.

Have a nationwide campaign of shame. We should. Obesity is killing us, and killing our kids. In one generation (maybe two) kids have tripled in obesity rates. The reasons are very simple. Kids don't play enough. They turn into adults who don't play enough. It is not soda, or McDonalds, or anything else. We had worse food when I was a kid. But you could eat 4 hamburgers, then play for 8 hours and still be skinny.

Being fat is not a disease, not a mental condition. It is just being lazy and unmotivated. So shame the crap out of kids from a young age. Sure, you might lose a couple in the process, but you would lose them anyway to fat health problems.

So everyone has the same metabolism. Brilliant. Not everyone can eat four hamburgers and play for 8 hours and stay skinny. Let's assume that we're lazy and unmotivated. Well, no matter how much you try to shame me, I'll still be lazy and unmotivated. I'll just hate you for being a douchebag.


Someone else mentioned it. People who have actual metabolic problems are extremely rare. Most of those can be easily treated. This is an excuse made by a huge number of land-whales so they don't have to admit stuffing their faces and not moving. Those 1,000 pound people that have to be forklifted out of their houses say the same thing. Turns out they eat 25,000 calories a day. Imagine that.

Hate me all you want, you still will be fat, it is still your fault. Calories in v calories out. Same laws for everyone, Bub.

Imagine how many problems could be solved if people stopped making excuses?
2013-01-24 10:28:42 AM  
1 vote:

Thunderpipes: santadog: It's the sugar in everything, and it's processed food.  The country is addicted.  I was fat all my life, and ballooned over the last couple winters.  Last April I hopped on a scale after not paying attention for a couple years, and saw 261lbs.  Decided to watch some food documentaries, and viewed "Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead".  Inspiration.  The premiss: Consume nothing but fruit and veggie juices you make at home, tons of flavor recipes that are good, and because you taking in straight up nutrients and little fiber, your digestion takes a break with energy working elsewere, your body burns up a lot of fat, and you reboot your system and break the addiction of sugar, fried stuff, and too much meat.

I tried a 10 day fast.  By day 7 I knew I could do 30.   May, August, and October I did 30 day fasts, lost 100 pounds, no longer crave sugar, or any other of the bad crap.  I now cook "regular" meals, more plant based than meat, and have not only kept the weight off, and changed the way I look at food, but I also lost another 10 pounds since October bringing me down to my goal weight.  Rebooted my body.  Broke the addiction of sugar.  And, once I started it.. it was THE EASIEST THING.

Has nothing to do with lazy.  Yes, there can be underlying crap, but it's amplified by the sugar addiction, just like it would be amplified by alcohol.

/CSS

It has everything to do with lazy. Food was worse when I was a kid. Kids were three times less likely to be obese. Blame someone else? Imagine that.

You will regain your weight. Gimmick dieting is no substitute for working your butt off, sweating, lifting weights, running, and relatively normal eating. Sugar addiction. What is next?


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2013-01-24 10:16:13 AM  
1 vote:

ph0rk: By that same token, the dude (or dudette) in the wheelchair might be there because of their own stupidity, too.


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2013-01-24 10:13:18 AM  
1 vote:

Thunderpipes: Queensowntalia: If weight issues are linked with mental issues, adding psychological attacks is only going to make the problem worse. I have struggled with both depression and my weight for years, and articles like these, and the resulting Fark "all fat people should go kill themselves" threads haven't motivated me to exercise, they've made me want to hurt myself and/or drink myself into a stupor. It's hard enough for me to leave the house to begin with. Please don't make it even harder.

So you are an average Farker?

What would you like, people to give you free pizza and say "well done!"? Sorry to sound harsh, but if you have the money to buy booze and eat so much and not leave the house, you have the money to go to a gym, hire a personal trainer and a shrink. I am reminded of the Simpsons's episode where Homer was in therapy like One Flew Over the Cookoo's Nest.


We're all products of our environments and genes. Apparently you got lucky that you were produced as "thin". But unlucky in being a callous, insensitive, holier than thou, fark head.
2013-01-24 10:11:31 AM  
1 vote:

ph0rk: By that same token, the dude (or dudette) in the wheelchair might be there because of their own stupidity, too.


They might, and if I thought for a second that shaming them would help them grow a new pair of legs, I'd give it a shot.
2013-01-24 10:10:09 AM  
1 vote:

Thunderpipes: WTF Indeed: Make being fat cost prohibitive. If the fatty wants healthcare he'll need to spend three times as much. If the fatty wants that extra large bucket of fried chicken it'll be $40. Simple economics. No shaming required.

We should.

We make being successful cost prohibitive, being male, being white, why not fat? They pay more for life insurance, why not health insurance?

Maybe you dems can make universal life insurance the next big thing? That would be a hoot.


Can we get a derp crew in here from the Politics tab? A farktard has esecaped again and is derping all over other tabs.

Being fat? 95% of the time it's a choice. Of cheap, easy, instant gratification food you can buy and eat, without thought or effort, that's loaded with 'feel good' chemicals like salt and sugar, and lights up your brain like a god damned christmas tree, as well as a genetic predisposition to 'eat all the things', vs. self control, and not-all-that-stuff, and exercise.

/fat
/bikes to work, gym 2-3 times a week, still eats terrible
/still fat. See: diet
2013-01-24 10:08:20 AM  
1 vote:
I love fattie threads. I suspect that, much like GOP homophobes, the folks who scream the loudest are in fact the fattest. Especially when they start making claims about their height, weight, or how long they have until they gotta be at the gym.

/betting the obesity rate among Fark users is higher than the national average
2013-01-24 10:06:47 AM  
1 vote:

ph0rk: So every morbidly obese person has zero control over that state?


They are being force-fed by the government. And I hate to tell you this, but...

Soylent Pâté is people!

2013-01-24 09:55:05 AM  
1 vote:

Thunderpipes: We should.

We make being successful cost prohibitive, being male, being white, why not fat? They pay more for life insurance, why not health insurance?

Maybe you dems can make universal life insurance the next big thing? That would be a hoot.


This is fat thread, the retarded comments thread is somewhere else.
2013-01-24 09:54:00 AM  
1 vote:

LineNoise: So pointing out to someone, an adult nonetheless, that they live an unhealthy lifestyle now counts as bullying?


Yes. Didn't you get the memo? You're not allowed to make anyone feel bad about themselves for their obvious bad choices and lack of responsibility.
2013-01-24 09:53:30 AM  
1 vote:

Carth: The Angry Hand of God: I assume it is also OK to punch an asshole in the face for not minding their own damn business, correct?

Sure, but since obesity adds around 190 billion a year to health care costs making sure fat people lose weight is everyone's business.


And how much does depression and other psychological disorders add?

Plus, when this guy inevitably runs across a fat person he shouldn't have bullied, how much does reconstructive orthodontic surgery add?

/we fatties can throw a punch
//usually only one
///already feeling a bit winded
////virgules
2013-01-24 09:52:03 AM  
1 vote:
Anyone seen that one commercial for soup? The Oh Oh Oh crap. They end with a bunch of ladies going OOOHHH while a former fatty is in a blue dress that she can fit in now. That's great and all but she still has ham arms... I guess the soup doesn't help you if you have hams for arms...
2013-01-24 09:49:47 AM  
1 vote:
If weight issues are linked with mental issues, adding psychological attacks is only going to make the problem worse. I have struggled with both depression and my weight for years, and articles like these, and the resulting Fark "all fat people should go kill themselves" threads haven't motivated me to exercise, they've made me want to hurt myself and/or drink myself into a stupor. It's hard enough for me to leave the house to begin with. Please don't make it even harder.
2013-01-24 09:43:09 AM  
1 vote:
Shaming works well. That's why you don't see any retards anymore.
2013-01-24 09:41:38 AM  
1 vote:
This will go far in our "everyone gets a trophy" society.
2013-01-24 09:39:14 AM  
1 vote:
Fat people don't have feelings.
2013-01-24 09:38:54 AM  
1 vote:

bighairyguy: He sounds like he wants to justify his need to be a bully.


So pointing out to someone, an adult nonetheless, that they live an unhealthy lifestyle now counts as bullying?

If you are over the age of 15 and are complaining about being bullied, you probably have it coming.
2013-01-24 09:20:24 AM  
1 vote:
Haven't we been shaming fat people for decades already?
 
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