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What do you think of love handles?
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Posted 1/16/16
I am going with the most horrible feature a person can have. They are clear sign that you both stuff your fat and overfed face one too many times in the course of a day and are far to lazy to have any reason to keep living.

Honestly why fat people aren't forced to get some damn exercise and put down the Big Macs I will never understand.
Posted 1/17/16
Need something to grab when we're going at it
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GrandMasterTime wrote:


ISeaDreamer wrote:


GrandMasterTime wrote:

Question. What is a love handle?


"(informal) folds of excess fat on either side of the waist. Contemporary definitions for love handles Expand. plural noun. fatty deposits that bulge around a person's waistline. Dictionary.com's 21st Century Lexicon." - Dictionary.com

I had to look it up myself because I had no idea what it was at first.


Ugh, no thank you. Can't contemplate why anyone would find such a thing hot.


That's kinda mean and <insert SJW term here>. Some people like chubbier people ^^
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Ranwolf wrote:

I am going with the most horrible feature a person can have. They are clear sign that you both stuff your fat and overfed face one too many times in the course of a day and are far to lazy to have any reason to keep living.

Honestly why fat people aren't forced to get some damn exercise and put down the Big Macs I will never understand.


Because in order to take good care of yourself, you first have to accept and love yourself. Society keeps telling overweight people that they are disgusting; I hope you can see how that doesn't help at all.

Obviously, my first comment to this thread was a joke. Being overweight is a serious condition, one no one should desire and that we as a society can do much about to avoid. No one should have to carry around all that extra mass, and when people start working out and develop healthier eating habits, they will see that having a healthy bmi will benefit you not only physically but also psychologically and socially.

But comments like ours are not helpful to anyone. When people dislike themselves, they will fall back to their old (comforting) habits. When people are happy they can be motivated to try something new. Being overweight is a physical problem, but also a psychological one. I hope these people get help, because no one deserves to be overweight. Fortunately, we can't "force" anyone to work out, but we can stimulate them to change their behavior and associate healthy eating and workouts with feeling good and being happy.
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Posted 1/17/16
i dont know
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Posted 4/3/16
I call those 'rodeo grips'.
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Posted 4/3/16
I have them. I admit, I am interested in how I would look if I lost around 20 pounds (just ssuming I have about that much of belly fat), but efffffooort. Tbh it wouldn't be too hard, but I have no one and no reason to do so, other than my curiosity.
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OP nuked. Locked.
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