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"Skiny Asian" stereotypes disappearing.
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24 / M / Nah I'm Fine ^__^
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Posted 6/2/08 , edited 6/2/08
im skinny NOW

and i blame bad decisions not fast food
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22 / M / the internet
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Posted 6/2/08
I'm still skinny =)
Posted 6/2/08

NaruHina2210 wrote:

Who Cares...
Stop Blaming Fast Food, Its The Person's Fault For Becoming Fat,
They Don't Have Any Self Control, On What They Eat.


Agreed. Fast foods aren't the only things to eat in America and when eaten that is completely that person's decision. We all know fast foods aren't healthy and will make you put on pounds.
Posted 6/2/08
Oh and to all those who are saying "I'm still skinny...teehee.." wait until you get older. All that gelatinous fat will creep up on you as your metabolism slows down and you won't be burning off them calories easily....lol.
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Posted 6/2/08
wtf im skinny as hell lol but i eat alloot like take yesterday for example i was eating a big mac and chili cheese fries but it does nothing to me but when i dont eat or skip a meal im screwed lol id probably drop 3 lbs
Posted 6/2/08
lol.. well um... I'm still very skinny.... and I'm Asian...
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I am fine,fast food dont affect my health..I am Canadian though..w/e,I still eat fast food..
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Posted 6/2/08
I eat fast food around twice a week and manage to maintain my rather thin form without any exercise, Still a shame though. The fact that we Asians are known to be thin was a really good thing going for us.
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Posted 6/2/08

SimplyBill wrote:

Fast foods are to blame.


I disagree. It's the lack of self-control and parents that are to blame.
Posted 6/2/08

sebastianthepinkrabbit wrote:


SimplyBill wrote:

Fast foods are to blame.


I disagree. It's the lack of self-control and parents that are to blame.


it's all those elements.
you bunch of donut eating pigs!
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Posted 6/2/08

asamiueto wrote:


sebastianthepinkrabbit wrote:


SimplyBill wrote:

Fast foods are to blame.


I disagree. It's the lack of self-control and parents that are to blame.


it's all those elements.
you bunch of donut eating pigs!


Go eat your schnitzel, Professor.
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Fast food is expensive... but a restaurant is even more expensive lol.. I at least prefer healthy stuff like subway.... Not because it's healthy... I just love those sandwiches with all that meat and stuff in it =)
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22 / F / Nueva York
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Posted 6/2/08
who cares..
asians still not as fat as those americans
i rember when i was in china, and there was this huge woman and all the neighbors were like casually walking by and staring at her
apparently its amazing if you're over 200 lbs in china..
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most people can be fit with healthy food and exercise, unless they have a condition. (and some people with no work, lol!) i'm not asian but i'm fit by they healthy way, it isn't rocket science.

sorry to see more and more kids with problems... all the high-calorie food everywhere and lack of exercise is bad... but some kids are like that just because their parents are, they don't know anything else.

i no some people in this thread are just joking around, but it's not nice to make fun of people for their weight, whether fat or skinny... just be nice to people and accept them for who they are ok?
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I'm 5'9 and 75 Kg so is that skinny ? Hell no !
Hips don't lie .
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