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Daisuki-Suki wrote:

ill keep eating....


The problem is food ads. Which is why tend to avoid meat, so much crappy foods in general in terms of stuffing your face with food ads. When it comes to junk food... maybe try to avoid big doses if you have low blood sugar but basically dont eat potatochips atleast. You'll take forever to eat those : 3
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How to lose weight (and able to eat whatever):

Rectal Intussusception


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#costoffreedom
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Thank you Finland. For inventing this on saturdays ^^. I heard some Japanese saying they dont have liquorish in their country. Not sure if that is true. I learned that by some person who was on Lang-8 who used to help me when i studied japanese
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Japan has a lot of issues keeping people healthy on the inside. Hard work coupled with a lot of social stigma doesn't allow for that. Add to that the traditional worldview many people hold there (thanks to the fact that the older population is quite numerous) and you will realise that Japan's society is not as healthy as you might think it to be.
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Some people in real life really do look perfect. They deserve it because they work out and eat well.
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it's recommended(1) that people eat no more than 25g (girls) or 37.5g (guys) of sugar, but because sugar is everywhere, it's really easy to go over that amount, even if you avoid eating sweets.



OMG, I thought that you ment people should eat no more than 25 grams of girls or 37.5 grams of guys
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the character designs of today is a lot different from the 2000's..

the characters are skinnier.. more petite in some cases

but for females.. for some reason their breasts are getting bigger despite they shrunk in body size..

it's amazing that they can still walk around with two watermelons on their chest

now a day there is such a thing as breast reduction surgery.. if you don't want to have back problem down the road..
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AnimeAddictANN69 wrote:

the character designs of today is a lot different from the 2000's..

the characters are skinnier.. more petite in some cases

but for females.. for some reason their breasts are getting bigger despite they shrunk in size..

it's amazing that they can stillwalk around with two watermelons on their chest

now a day there are such a thing as breast reduction surgery.. if you don't want to have back problem down the road..


apparently, males and females draw the characters differently, with guys drawing male characters bigger, and female characters having a larger chest size, while females generally draw female characters with average chest and skinnier male characters.
this is evident when you compare a typical shounen series with a shoujo.

http://en.rocketnews24.com/2016/04/30/twitter-user-shares-difference-in-how-male-and-female-anime-artists-draw-characters-in-swimsuits/
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namealreadytaken wrote:

apparently, males and females draw the characters differently, with guys drawing male characters bigger, and female characters having a larger chest size, while females generally draw female characters with average chest and skinnier male characters.
this is evident when you compare a typical shounen series with a shoujo.

http://en.rocketnews24.com/2016/04/30/twitter-user-shares-difference-in-how-male-and-female-anime-artists-draw-characters-in-swimsuits/


males like breasts.. it's nothing new.. well.. it is now sexist to like breasts according to the feminists' standard

anyway.. i think it's the time

remember when one piece started out ?

check the breasts of nami and robin back then..

Robin is 28 and Nami is 17.. their breasts will not get any larger

but after the time skip.. it's just the time..

Oda has to draw it so he can please the otakus.. providing some fan service.. maybe a bit too much fan service now a day.

most female characters are nothing more but sex symbols of sort in anime/manga/games now a day


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