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2014-08-02 11:12:34 AM  

Land_of_the_Magic_Dragon: MemeSlave: Land_of_the_Magic_Dragon: MemeSlave: Spaceballer: Land_of_the_Magic_Dragon: EvilEgg: It's not my job to make you feel good about yourself.

It's also not your job to be rude. Crass comments are not necessary.

[memedepot.com image 413x413]

I've never been comfortable with that pic.   The girls look too developed for a school with lockers.

I'm going to guess your an older Farker. Plenty of high school girls have big knockers nowadays. They blossom earlier now.

Old enough to remember 300 baud modems, so I suppose I am an older Farker.  No girls had racks like that when I was in school.

They didn't in my day either. Boys nowadays have it made.


Plus back then girls were afraid of sex because it made you pregnant and you got AIDS.  A lot of dull dates.
 
2014-08-02 11:12:35 AM  
Anyone who creates more than two children is an evil asshole who needs to DIAF.
 
2014-08-02 11:12:44 AM  

Land_of_the_Magic_Dragon: EvilEgg: It's not my job to make you feel good about yourself.

It's also not your job to be rude. Crass comments are not necessary.


More of a hobby than a job. Crass comments make me feel better about myself. What about *my* self-esteem???
 
2014-08-02 11:15:24 AM  

Prey4reign: abhorrent1: the_cnidarian: Relatively Obscure: I'd bet money that this story never happened.

Agreed

+2

Anyone that's been to a beach recently know that this ladies stretch marks are probably the least disgusting things you would see. Just got back from cabo and the pool was a very shudder worthy experience on a daily basis.

Just because it comes in your size, doesn't mean you should wear it.

The men's corrollary -- Speedos are not for everyone.


If I wore a Speedo in public, I would expect to be arrested. We've failed as a society if guys like me are allowed to go around wearing speedos.
 
2014-08-02 11:15:28 AM  

Bslim: "I'm NOT sorry that my body has housed, grown, protected, birthed and nurtured FIVE fabulous, healthy, intelligent and wonderful human beings."


Mmm...yeah whatever, wear a one-piece aint nobody want to see that nasty ass shiat.,


Jeezus...for the bazillionth time I'm glad I don't do Facebook. Fu*king pathetic
 
2014-08-02 11:16:10 AM  

MemeSlave: Land_of_the_Magic_Dragon: MemeSlave: Land_of_the_Magic_Dragon: MemeSlave: Spaceballer: Land_of_the_Magic_Dragon: EvilEgg: It's not my job to make you feel good about yourself.

It's also not your job to be rude. Crass comments are not necessary.

[memedepot.com image 413x413]

I've never been comfortable with that pic.   The girls look too developed for a school with lockers.

I'm going to guess your an older Farker. Plenty of high school girls have big knockers nowadays. They blossom earlier now.

Old enough to remember 300 baud modems, so I suppose I am an older Farker.  No girls had racks like that when I was in school.

They didn't in my day either. Boys nowadays have it made.

Plus back then girls were afraid of sex because it made you pregnant and you got AIDS.  A lot of dull dates.


They didn't have condoms back then pops?
 
2014-08-02 11:17:18 AM  

MemeSlave: Nogale: Even if she had the body of a lingerie model, she has the right to wear a bathing suit on the beach without having her picture taken, put online, and commented on.

The kids were out of line no matter what the woman looked like.

Im pretty sure the picture in the article was taken by her... or is a stock photo of a pregnant lady.


I thought the whole point was that some kids took her picture at the beach and proceeded to post it and be rude at her expense.
 
2014-08-02 11:17:18 AM  

Latinwolf: Gunther: Relatively Obscure: I'd bet money that this story never happened.

I ain't taking that bet.

The actual Facebook post never says that she was "mocked", it just says "I'm sorry if... it grossed you out". The MSM's just making a story out of nothing because there haven't been any recent plane crashes and those danged middle-Easterners are having a 72 hour ceasefire instead of blowing each other up, so there's nothing newsworthy to talk about.

The same can be said for the Fark mod who approved this submission.


No.  It's the modmins job to green threads that will generate page clicks.  In this case, they're doing their job well.
/it's not news, it's Fark.
 
2014-08-02 11:19:23 AM  

brap: Zombalupagus: Stretch marks, while unattractive, are the scars left from a noble sacrifice. They should be considered a badge of honor.

More of a badge of "I was too lazy to apply cocoa butter during pregancy" but I guess if you want to to all Purple Heart on her ass, it's your prerogative.


As if cocoa butter works for everyone.
 
2014-08-02 11:19:43 AM  

omeganuepsilon: Latinwolf: Gunther: Relatively Obscure: I'd bet money that this story never happened.

I ain't taking that bet.

The actual Facebook post never says that she was "mocked", it just says "I'm sorry if... it grossed you out". The MSM's just making a story out of nothing because there haven't been any recent plane crashes and those danged middle-Easterners are having a 72 hour ceasefire instead of blowing each other up, so there's nothing newsworthy to talk about.

The same can be said for the Fark mod who approved this submission.

No.  It's the modmins job to green threads that will generate page clicks.  In this case, they're doing their job well.
/it's not news, it's Fark.


It's a Saturday, and a bunch of us are more than happy to comment on this silly story. Perfect Saturday morning nonsense.
 
2014-08-02 11:20:04 AM  

Land_of_the_Magic_Dragon: MemeSlave: Land_of_the_Magic_Dragon: MemeSlave: Land_of_the_Magic_Dragon: MemeSlave: Spaceballer: Land_of_the_Magic_Dragon: EvilEgg: It's not my job to make you feel good about yourself.

It's also not your job to be rude. Crass comments are not necessary.

[memedepot.com image 413x413]

I've never been comfortable with that pic.   The girls look too developed for a school with lockers.

I'm going to guess your an older Farker. Plenty of high school girls have big knockers nowadays. They blossom earlier now.

Old enough to remember 300 baud modems, so I suppose I am an older Farker.  No girls had racks like that when I was in school.

They didn't in my day either. Boys nowadays have it made.

Plus back then girls were afraid of sex because it made you pregnant and you got AIDS.  A lot of dull dates.

They didn't have condoms back then pops?

 
Didn't work like that.   Nice girls don't do that, etc. etc.
 
2014-08-02 11:21:48 AM  
This wasn't so much a typically lame Social Justice Warrior's passive-aggressive "breaking the shackles of Patriarchy" as it was an example of utterly predictable narcissism.
 
2014-08-02 11:24:56 AM  

Four Horsemen of the Domestic Dispute: [showmestrength.com image 737x533]

Her husband didn't mind the extra attention.


Now there's a bundle of grapes.
 
2014-08-02 11:25:19 AM  

Grumpy Cat: omeganuepsilon: Latinwolf: Gunther: Relatively Obscure: I'd bet money that this story never happened.

I ain't taking that bet.

The actual Facebook post never says that she was "mocked", it just says "I'm sorry if... it grossed you out". The MSM's just making a story out of nothing because there haven't been any recent plane crashes and those danged middle-Easterners are having a 72 hour ceasefire instead of blowing each other up, so there's nothing newsworthy to talk about.

The same can be said for the Fark mod who approved this submission.

No.  It's the modmins job to green threads that will generate page clicks.  In this case, they're doing their job well.
/it's not news, it's Fark.

It's a Saturday, and a bunch of us are more than happy to comment on this silly story. Perfect Saturday morning nonsense.


That.  It's not so much about the story in many fark threads, but about the social issues(however small) involved(as I and many others discussed in previous posts).

That's what fark is for.  The "news" is just a discussion starter.  And we're in here, discussing it or whatever other (usually)related concepts.
 
2014-08-02 11:26:57 AM  

MemeSlave: Land_of_the_Magic_Dragon: MemeSlave: Land_of_the_Magic_Dragon: MemeSlave: Land_of_the_Magic_Dragon: MemeSlave: Spaceballer: Land_of_the_Magic_Dragon: EvilEgg: It's not my job to make you feel good about yourself.

It's also not your job to be rude. Crass comments are not necessary.

[memedepot.com image 413x413]

I've never been comfortable with that pic.   The girls look too developed for a school with lockers.

I'm going to guess your an older Farker. Plenty of high school girls have big knockers nowadays. They blossom earlier now.

Old enough to remember 300 baud modems, so I suppose I am an older Farker.  No girls had racks like that when I was in school.

They didn't in my day either. Boys nowadays have it made.

Plus back then girls were afraid of sex because it made you pregnant and you got AIDS.  A lot of dull dates.

They didn't have condoms back then pops?
 
Didn't work like that.   Nice girls don't do that, etc. etc.


That sucks. You buy her an extra value meal and she doesn't give it up? That's a frigid biatch.
 
2014-08-02 11:27:13 AM  
Thank you! So far, I've been among the lucky few to have avoided stretch marks during my pregnancy (though I've still got 5-6 weeks to go so we'll see) but my mom/sister/friends all wound up with them when they had their babies. My (traumatic "classic" c-section) birth left a terrible scar on my mom that has haunted her self esteem since her early 20's when she had me. To go from having a "perfect", beautiful body to one that now sprouts hair in random places, deposits fat in new and different places than before, and leaves large, red marks on your skin is very hard on a lot of women, especially young ones who never imagined that their bodies would be so "ruined" by childbirth. We shouldn't make women feel bad or self conscious about these things, especially since they are mostly beyond our control. Granted they may not be the prettiest things to look at but they ARE a result of a great sacrifice; a sacrifice that resulted in the creation and birth of a little person! What a shame that people would actually find it appropriate to mock and tease a woman for these things. It's already hard enough on her, knowing that her body is no longer "ideal" or "beautiful" to some; there is no need to go out of one's way to make her feel worse about it.

So yeah, it may not be "newsworthy" but this story is uplifting and affirming...especially for those who have experienced something similar. To know that not everyone does find your body "ugly" or "gross" feels good; maybe that's the kind of affirmation someone needs to feel comfortable enough in their own body to brave the masses and hit the gym or pool without feeling as though they're going to be harshly judged for their appearance.

And honestly, I just think "good for this lady" because if her experience makes others feel better about themselves as well, then what bad can there be to say about it? She could have just left and cried about it and done nothing, but she didn't; she stood up for herself and other women like her and gave lots of others something to think about the next time they see a belly covered in stretch marks.
 
2014-08-02 11:27:26 AM  
baconbeard
This wasn't so much a typically lame Social Justice Warrior's passive-aggressive "breaking the shackles of Patriarchy" as it was an example of utterly predictable narcissism.


GOTIS in play using social shaming. The two just bleed into each other.
 
2014-08-02 11:28:02 AM  
When I wear my thong to the beach, people want a picture with me.

I wear nearly nothing to BOOST my esteem/ego.
 
2014-08-02 11:28:05 AM  

Nogale: I thought the whole point was that some kids took her picture at the beach and proceeded to post it and be rude at her expense.


nope.  It's her picture of herself.  Look at the bloody farking picture, and ponder the location of the camera - do you really think some kids did that?  She's just looking for attention.
 
2014-08-02 11:28:47 AM  

Attila the Mom: As if cocoa butter works for everyone.


Looks like it worked for you.  Homina homina homina!  Aaaaoooogah!  Aaaaaaaoooogah!
 
2014-08-02 11:28:55 AM  

MemeSlave: Spaceballer: Land_of_the_Magic_Dragon: EvilEgg: It's not my job to make you feel good about yourself.

It's also not your job to be rude. Crass comments are not necessary.

[memedepot.com image 413x413]

I've never been comfortable with that pic.   The girls look too developed for a school with lockers.


We had lockers in High School
One of my friends filled out D cups in the 7th grade - she cried a lot, too - I think of her every time this pic pops up on Fark
 
2014-08-02 11:29:32 AM  
Maybe we should all just relax, and find something worthwile to do.
 
2014-08-02 11:30:57 AM  
Cocoa butter only helps to reduce the visibility of the scars; it will not prevent them. Basically the only thing that determines whether or not you'll get them is the natural elasticity of one's skin.
 
2014-08-02 11:31:20 AM  

Land_of_the_Magic_Dragon: MemeSlave: Land_of_the_Magic_Dragon: MemeSlave: Land_of_the_Magic_Dragon: MemeSlave: Land_of_the_Magic_Dragon: MemeSlave: Spaceballer: Land_of_the_Magic_Dragon: EvilEgg: It's not my job to make you feel good about yourself.

It's also not your job to be rude. Crass comments are not necessary.

[memedepot.com image 413x413]

I've never been comfortable with that pic.   The girls look too developed for a school with lockers.

I'm going to guess your an older Farker. Plenty of high school girls have big knockers nowadays. They blossom earlier now.

Old enough to remember 300 baud modems, so I suppose I am an older Farker.  No girls had racks like that when I was in school.

They didn't in my day either. Boys nowadays have it made.

Plus back then girls were afraid of sex because it made you pregnant and you got AIDS.  A lot of dull dates.

They didn't have condoms back then pops?
 
Didn't work like that.   Nice girls don't do that, etc. etc.

That sucks. You buy her an extra value meal and she doesn't give it up? That's a frigid biatch.


Hey. there's only so much a 5'10" blond guy with a Mustang can do.   I was lucky enough to get a girl, beggars can't be choosers.
 
2014-08-02 11:31:24 AM  

Coming on a Bicycle: Maybe we should all just relax, and find something worthwile to do.


I don't come to Fark to find something worthwhile to do.
 
2014-08-02 11:31:36 AM  

IamAwake: Nogale: I thought the whole point was that some kids took her picture at the beach and proceeded to post it and be rude at her expense.

nope.  It's her picture of herself.  Look at the bloody farking picture, and ponder the location of the camera - do you really think some kids did that?  She's just looking for attention.


Oh, then screw her.
 
2014-08-02 11:33:55 AM  

baconbeard: If I wore a Speedo in public, I would expect to be arrested. We've failed as a society if guys like me are allowed to go around wearing speedos.


I once laughed at a guy who was out on his riding lawn mower, shirtless. No one could tell if he was wearing bottoms or not, because his belly fat was covering that region, down to mid-thigh or so. Maybe he was wearing a speedo... Maybe.
 
2014-08-02 11:34:11 AM  
Gross. Cover that biatch.
 
2014-08-02 11:41:29 AM  
bearded clamorer:

Waiting for the Caddyshack gopher to pop up out of there.

img.fark.net
 
2014-08-02 11:43:21 AM  

brap: Attila the Mom: As if cocoa butter works for everyone.

Looks like it worked for you.  Homina homina homina!  Aaaaoooogah!  Aaaaaaaoooogah!


Ok that was so adorable I can't be pissy about the other comment.  Thanks!  But after 2 kids and a bunch of stretch marks, I'm a bit of a hot mess under the clothes.  That's why I'd never go out to sunbathe in a bikini (and being a redhead means I'd fry like a Krispy Kreme).  Props to the lady for having the cajones to do it, but I think posting about it is kind of dumb.
 
2014-08-02 11:43:32 AM  
This woman's self-esteem issues aside, as a mother I would give my son a mile of hard road for taking a picture without permission, much less posting it on line with snark.

Sure, sure - digital age - but about the first thing we taught him was the concept of privacy and personal space, even in public. It meshed rather well with potty training and knocking on that closed door.

We've all become somewhat more rude and uncaring - which is helping fuel the most stupid blogs
 
2014-08-02 11:43:37 AM  

Zombalupagus: Stretch marks, while unattractive, are the scars left from a noble sacrifice.


I got my stretch marks when I went through puberty and the T&A expanded. What an incredibly noble sacrifice on my part!
 
2014-08-02 11:45:01 AM  

seapig: So yeah, it may not be "newsworthy" but this story is uplifting and affirming...especially for those who have experienced something similar. To know that not everyone does find your body "ugly" or "gross" feels good; maybe that's the kind of affirmation someone needs to feel comfortable enough in their own body to brave the masses and hit the gym or pool without feeling as though they're going to be harshly judged for their appearance.

And honestly, I just think "good for this lady" because if her experience makes others feel better about themselves as well, then what bad can there be to say about it? She could have just left and cried about it and done nothing, but she didn't; she stood up for herself and other women like her and gave lots of others something to think about the next time they see a belly covered in stretch marks.


A couple of points:

1. I'm somewhat skeptical that an obviously insincere "you look beautiful" comment from a handful of people is going to accomplish a whole lot with respect to improving self esteem.
2. This lady didn't "stand up for herself". She left, cried about it, and posted a self-indulgent, narcissistic, passive aggressive comment on Facebook that the people who mocked her will never read. This is worse than doing nothing.
 
2014-08-02 11:45:14 AM  

Zombie DJ: "I'm NOT sorry that my body has housed, grown, protected, birthed and nurtured FIVE fabulous, healthy, intelligent and wonderful human beings."


That's an actual quote from her? What a narcissistic ninny.
 
2014-08-02 11:46:32 AM  

Nogale: she has the right to wear a bathing suit on the beach without having her picture taken


I suppose if it were a private beach.

You have zero right to privacy in public, so as a matter of fact, while what the imaginary bullies from her post did was inappropriate and creepy, they had every right to do so.
 
2014-08-02 11:49:38 AM  

cryinoutloud: Zombie DJ: "I'm NOT sorry that my body has housed, grown, protected, birthed and nurtured FIVE fabulous, healthy, intelligent and wonderful human beings."

That's an actual quote from her? What a narcissistic ninny.


Maybe - pretty sure she hasn't seen all five of her chicks reach their teens yet - "fabulous and wonderful human beings" gives THAT away.
 
2014-08-02 11:53:33 AM  

parasol: MemeSlave: Spaceballer: Land_of_the_Magic_Dragon: EvilEgg: It's not my job to make you feel good about yourself.

It's also not your job to be rude. Crass comments are not necessary.

[memedepot.com image 413x413]

I've never been comfortable with that pic.   The girls look too developed for a school with lockers.

We had lockers in High School
One of my friends filled out D cups in the 7th grade - she cried a lot, too - I think of her every time this pic pops up on Fark


Did you at least get to second base?
 
2014-08-02 11:58:12 AM  
holy shiat, I had to go look at the actual article.

"I'm sorry if my 33 year old, [56 kilogram body] offended you so much that you felt that pointing, laughing, and pretending to kick me.
"But I'll have you know that as I looked at your "perfect" young bodies, I could only think to myself 'what great and amazing feat has YOUR body done?'.
"I'll also have you know that I held my head high, unflinching as you mocked me, pretending that what you said and did had no effect on me; but I cried in the car on the drive home."


farm5.staticflickr.com

Honey, most women can have babies. A lot of us can have babies when we don't even want to have babies. And even more of us than that can have ugly, out-of-shape, stretch-marked bodies. You aren't really all that. You aren't even really much of anything. Either suck it up and ignore people or go put on a bigger bathing suit.
 
2014-08-02 12:01:02 PM  
I feel bad for her kids, raising them to be virgos til they're 30.
 
2014-08-02 12:04:42 PM  
baconbeard,

Well, you'd be surprised in regard to #1. As I'm sure you know, there are plenty of people who tie their self esteem directly to their Facebook "likes" and comments. And some people just don't have friends IRL, so those random internet folks are all they got. As much as it pains me to say this, my mom is one of those people. She doesn't have any friends (probably because she's a sociopath that drives most sane people away) but she absolutely LIVES for those internet comments on her blog and Facebook page. And conversely, the bad ones leave her fuming or depressed.

As for #2 I'll concede that she didn't directly address the person or persons who made the comments to her, and as such she probably isn't going to make much of an impact on them going forward. They'll probably never see her post and think "gee, maybe I was being a dick"...so yeah, if it were me, I would have said something right then and there and then there would have been no need to post online about it. But the situation obviously bothered her and I just don't think going onto one's own Facebook to recount an event and respond with your feelings and thoughts on the matter is her being an AW. Now, if she was the one who felt the need to alert the media and blow this thing up this big, then yeah, my opinion would change a bit. But I have a feeling that the reason this became "news" isn't due to anything she did personally; someone else probably saw it, thought "wow, others should see/read this as well" and started sharing until it got to where it is now...
 
2014-08-02 12:13:42 PM  

Land_of_the_Magic_Dragon: parasol: MemeSlave: Spaceballer: Land_of_the_Magic_Dragon: EvilEgg: It's not my job to make you feel good about yourself.

It's also not your job to be rude. Crass comments are not necessary.

[memedepot.com image 413x413]

I've never been comfortable with that pic.   The girls look too developed for a school with lockers.

We had lockers in High School
One of my friends filled out D cups in the 7th grade - she cried a lot, too - I think of her every time this pic pops up on Fark

Did you at least get to second base?


Two hetero females, attending a Catholic junior high school.....something....something...fark....your personal erotica sight...?
 
2014-08-02 12:17:26 PM  
Why the f*ck does anyone in the 21st century think they got to have five children?
 
2014-08-02 12:17:31 PM  
Let me guess the guy was wearing a Speedo.
 
2014-08-02 12:19:00 PM  
Attila the Mom: Thanks!  But after 2 kids and a bunch of stretch marks, I'm a bit of a hot mess under the clothes. That's why I'd never should go out to sunbathe in a bikini

We have faith in you, Attila!

/Note to self; never, never, never use the acronym for Attila the Mom.
 
2014-08-02 12:19:11 PM  
Nothing brings out the support like being overweight and other fat women giving her support that they too could not keep the fork from feeding their face.

Hippos, they tend to hang out together for a feeling of security.
upload.wikimedia.org
 
2014-08-02 12:20:24 PM  

parasol: Land_of_the_Magic_Dragon: parasol: MemeSlave: Spaceballer: Land_of_the_Magic_Dragon: EvilEgg: It's not my job to make you feel good about yourself.

It's also not your job to be rude. Crass comments are not necessary.

[memedepot.com image 413x413]

I've never been comfortable with that pic.   The girls look too developed for a school with lockers.

We had lockers in High School
One of my friends filled out D cups in the 7th grade - she cried a lot, too - I think of her every time this pic pops up on Fark

Did you at least get to second base?

Two hetero females, attending a Catholic junior high school.....something....something...fark....your personal erotica sight...?


I don't click on profiles. I had no clue you were a straight woman.
 
2014-08-02 12:23:19 PM  

MemeSlave: Spaceballer: Land_of_the_Magic_Dragon: EvilEgg: It's not my job to make you feel good about yourself.

It's also not your job to be rude. Crass comments are not necessary.

[memedepot.com image 413x413]

I've never been comfortable with that pic.   The girls look too developed for a school with lockers.


You know, they never say it's a school. Granted, if that's at work - lamest. Workplace. Ever.
 
2014-08-02 12:26:59 PM  

Somaticasual: MemeSlave: Spaceballer: Land_of_the_Magic_Dragon: EvilEgg: It's not my job to make you feel good about yourself.

It's also not your job to be rude. Crass comments are not necessary.

[memedepot.com image 413x413]

I've never been comfortable with that pic.   The girls look too developed for a school with lockers.

You know, they never say it's a school. Granted, if that's at work - lamest. Workplace. Ever.


Not if those stacked girls work there.
 
2014-08-02 12:27:28 PM  
Why has giving birth become some great and amazing feat?  It's just a natural part of life, without it, there would be no life.  It's like breathing.  OMG, my lungs are doing this great and amazing thing!
 
2014-08-02 12:31:55 PM  

seapig: baconbeard,

Well, you'd be surprised in regard to #1. As I'm sure you know, there are plenty of people who tie their self esteem directly to their Facebook "likes" and comments. And some people just don't have friends IRL, so those random internet folks are all they got. As much as it pains me to say this, my mom is one of those people. She doesn't have any friends (probably because she's a sociopath that drives most sane people away) but she absolutely LIVES for those internet comments on her blog and Facebook page. And conversely, the bad ones leave her fuming or depressed.

As for #2 I'll concede that she didn't directly address the person or persons who made the comments to her, and as such she probably isn't going to make much of an impact on them going forward. They'll probably never see her post and think "gee, maybe I was being a dick"...so yeah, if it were me, I would have said something right then and there and then there would have been no need to post online about it. But the situation obviously bothered her and I just don't think going onto one's own Facebook to recount an event and respond with your feelings and thoughts on the matter is her being an AW. Now, if she was the one who felt the need to alert the media and blow this thing up this big, then yeah, my opinion would change a bit. But I have a feeling that the reason this became "news" isn't due to anything she did personally; someone else probably saw it, thought "wow, others should see/read this as well" and started sharing until it got to where it is now...


That other person wouldn't have been able to share that post had the AW not arranged her settings such that posts could be shared. Just sayin'.
 
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