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Fat People
Posted 5/31/07
obesity cant be helped unless people decides to be helped...that is the only person who can help them is themselves......no one else...take it or leave it..
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actually if you get fat.. depending on circumstances it can be a catch 22 circumstance.. .the thing thatl generaly work if you do good preparatory work before it including gaining huge mental and psychological strength... is to go with gastric bypass where they mess with your stomache... its something i would pretty much stay away from... but if its your life at risk its a good choice if you go the trouble of gaining the mental/emotional strength to stand on two legs and stay away from wanting food..much less eating even a half normal portion in a sitting...

not that i would go that route... just excercise an nightly stress sweating is fine for me... if i ever convert our garage to a sauna that would be cool...
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Well as A child I had a distinct hatred of fat kids, I mean I was a freak of nature and that was something caused by NATURE, so I couldn't control that, Fat kids on the other hand, could control the factors that made them look like freaks, I can recall being just utterly disgusted by them, and that smell that expelled itself from their bodies whenever they lifted one of those flabs

But now I'm more tolerant, I just don't allow them to sit next to me or ask out one of my sisters, or so much as LOOK, at them
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....dont bother me none.

i just hate when i see people like 400lbs. really now?

you dont have to eat the whole cow...lay off the ho ho's

but overweight? nah not a bother~
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Posted 5/31/07
is it me or did ppl finally run out of ideas for a forum topic?
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Posted 5/31/07
nahh.. this is just a bumpy area until the more disturbing ones surface....sorta like the eye of the storm... where you know to brace yourself before you get pulled in... ore more preciesly the center point of a tornado....as your getting pulled up...before you shoot out the top...
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Posted 5/31/07
^so ur saying that it's like those filler episodes of a tv show. they have absolutely nothing to do with anything but to keep the audience entertained until something interesting occurs.
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Posted 5/31/07
Obesity is a medical condition and a serious one at that. A lot of their bodily functions are dramatically slowed or even lose their functions. Losing weight is easier said and done. Even a chubby person would take a few months to shed water weight alone, and then burn fat into muscle. Imagine an obese person trying to lose a few pounds. They can't even carry their own weight, their reflexes are slowed, their metabolism is out of control, and weight-loss programs/medications,gym memberships are all sharks preying for large amounts of cash. They cannot help the odor the exhume, certain hormones and unwanted bodily fluids excrete on their own because as I said, their bodies don't function in a way a normal, healthy person's would. That is just the physiological aspect of obesity.

Imagine how the psychological aspect would be. Ostracized by the media and society itself. Blatantly abused and targeted. Often mocked and made fun of and spitting mindless and inhumane opinions about things they have never even experienced themselves.

Obviously obesity is mostly passed down generation after generation.. encrypted into their genetic code. Something that natural forces cannot even control. Yet people will sit and tear that apart and state that they are merely using genetics to blame for their disability. DUH? Because it IS their genetics. Same as how risks for heart diseases, cancers and other health conditions are passed down genetically. That is out of their control. Don't forget that medical bills are not cheap.

There are also people who gain weight through medication. Do those people have control as well? Can they really help it that they are sick and is it that easy that they have to just stop being "such a mentally unstable bitch"? What the hell did humans pioneer medicines for then, if such things were in our grasp?

Why must people who are potentially intelligent have to resort to purposed ignorance for the sake of being an asshole for no reason?

PS: Healthy and diet foods are way way way more expensive than "regular" (aka FAT) foods.
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Posted 5/31/07

abel89 wrote:

Well as A child I had a distinct hatred of fat kids, I mean I was a freak of nature and that was something caused by NATURE, so I couldn't control that, Fat kids on the other hand, could control the factors that made them look like freaks, I can recall being just utterly disgusted by them, and that smell that expelled itself from their bodies whenever they lifted one of those flabs

But now I'm more tolerant, I just don't allow them to sit next to me or ask out one of my sisters, or so much as LOOK, at them


I wouldn't say your more tolerant, just more passive. You still don't treat them as human.
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butter3 wrote:

i dont like using the term fat i like to use "plump" i have a lot of friends who are plump.but there not over the top.


u mean bubbly or big boned?

they are the same as everyone. I have a really big mate... and erm well we just take the piss out of him because of that! before u start thinking arsehole! we do this to encourage him to lose weight but he never listens..
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Posted 5/31/07

Deceptive_Cadence wrote:


kyocool wrote:

Also i dont recall who said "not all fat people are unattractive"...yes ...yes they are there is infact no other way to get around it...theyre amorphous blobs there is nothing attractive about any of them physically in any way shape or form..just hideous bulks of mass


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wow. usually I respect your opinions but right now I would love to punch you in the face.

Fat people, are still people. They still have feelings and yes a lot of obesity is caused by general laziness, bad nutrition and little to no exercise. But a lot of it is caused by genetics or illness. (Pituitary Gland and Thyroid problems almost always lead to weight issues) That and most people who are fat, feel bad enough about it already. And most of that stems from people who judge them as being giant disgusting masses.

The morbidly obese...hmmm..that is a little different. It usually takes effort to become that big. You can't go from 200 lbs to 400 lbs overnight. That's somebody who really just doesn't care about their health or appearance. They let that happen. Instead of noticing the problem and taking proactive steps to correct it, they indulged in it. And once they became morbidly obese, it just became harder to exercise or do anything really.

Judging these people is ridiculous and serves no purpose. I understand having an opinion but I hope that no one actually goes up to fat people and says some of the things I've read. Refusing to shake their hands? Not wanting to even be friends with them?

And this intolerance is any better than racism? sexism? Where's the humanity...




^ i agree with the "punch in the face" part

and i was just thinking that...the things going on inside the body with hormones that regulate metabolism and everything...there are people who have hypothyroidism that makes the metabolism really slow and stuff...i have a friend like that...she's a pretty girl...she eats less than i do and exercises more than i do but she's still a little chubby...she doesn't really gain weight anymore because she's trying to control it with diet and exercise and she's on thyroid medication for life...but it's still really hard for her to slim down and drop pounds...

and also...it's harder for girls to lose weight than guys...it's just how our bodies were made...

...umm...i think i'll just end here...don't want to stay too long on this topic...
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Posted 5/31/07
i rather be fat than ugly cuz i can just diet...
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Posted 5/31/07
that reminds me of that one diet commercial where the women si talking about all the things she gives up and does to lose wait and how little she loses as next to her her husband is losing wait rapidly and she finally yells at him to stop it.... its so amusing to me... not that i like the dieting...just that its amuisng to the see the woman agitated in that one case...
Posted 5/31/07
....well...I think fat people....are fat.
Posted 5/31/07

SeraphAlford wrote:

I hate when people ban trans fat in restaurants like a bunch of fascist bastards… Treat me like a puppet! I should have the right to choose what I eat! GAA!


Except that trans fat is bad for your health and if you actually want to eat it then you're an idiot. Banning trans fat has nothing to do with people's weight, it has to do with their health. It's just like controlling pollution. And what restaurants have you been to, anyway? I want to go there. I've seen that many companies have taken hydrogenated oils out of their products since the law to post trans fat content in the nutrition facts was put into effect last january (because I always read the ingredients in any foods I eat) but I've not heard of restaurants banning trans fats, that sounds good. Maybe it's because I don't go to restaraunts because they don't have nutrition information for what they serve.
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