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Old 10-04-2013, 02:44 PM   #51 (permalink)
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I say who gives a fuck, people can choose what to do with their bodies & nobody should have an issue with it or care. People pay the price for whatever they choose to do but it's stupid as shit to actually think we should have the right to tell people what to do or judge others for what they are. It shouldn't matter what race, size, condition a person has, nobodies perfect.

I've bounced around my whole life from fit to unfit, fat to skinny, healthy to unhealthy - what I always find funny is how morons act like when you do start to shed the pounds or something - it was for their approval. "You look better now" - the fuck do I care what you think? It's that retarded how you look thing that causes me to hate most of society, but I digress.

If people want to be fat, eat a lot & go out with heart attack - let them. If people want to be healthy, hit the gym 5 times a day - let them. In the end it doesn't matter.
I agree wholeheartedly. By medical standards I'm borderline obese and sometimes it's hard for me to be optimistic. I was really skinny as a kid, but I was also involved in school sports. Once I stopped with the sports and gained weight I started to dislike myself because of society standards rubbing off on me. These days I haven't necessarily just accepted myself for what I am as far as my weight goes. I just figure that if I really wanted to, and got my head in the game, then I could lose some of the weight. Maybe even have a better back too.

I'm thinking of doing morning jogs and such, but I'm trying to start slow with what I consume. You know, reducing soda intake in a day and gradually switching to tea or water. Also eating less fast food and frozen burritos. God dammit I love me some frozen burritos, though.

That's just my story, though. I try not to judge others who are overweight because everyone has a story.



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I will say that if you're obese or overweight, you're probably spending way more on food. Not even sure how can student that isn't rich can be overweight when I'm starving 24/7.
Not always. I know some people who buy all kinds of fatty foods/snacks/candys/sodas for dirt cheap. Some of those people I know don't have a very physical life and will go through a 1-2 liter bottle of soda (that only costs a dollar) in a day.
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Old 10-04-2013, 03:40 PM   #52 (permalink)
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I'm a fat ass, always have been and probably always will be. I am 6'3" and at my "physical peak" I weighed in at 309 pounds. This was back in college, when I had no car and walked everywhere. I typically worked out 5 of the 7 days a week and ate healthily. However with out a serious reduction of calories I could not lose any more weight. It would drive me nuts. Especially since my roommate ate junk and did jack shit. He use to drive to the fast food Mexican restaurant which was a whole 4 houses down, drove to class and risk a parking ticket cause he was lazy, and guess what? He was 6 feet tall and weighed an astonishing 145 pounds, I took him to the gym one time and he damn near passed out from 15 minutes on one machine.

A lot of people who say all a fat person has to do is eat well and work out knows, and or, is a person who sustains a "healthy" weight with out doing anything. Imo, that is like saying all you have to do is read the text book and you'll be great at math. I mean I got a degree in math I didn't find it that hard.


Btw being thin doesn't mean you are healthy, every check up I've had ends up the same. With the doctor/nurse going "Wow, your blood work is great, you just overweight." I do however make it a point to stay away from sugar. I drink diet sodas, not to lose weight, but because I think sugar is worse for you than the shit in diet sodas.
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Old 10-04-2013, 06:30 PM   #53 (permalink)
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I'm a fat ass, always have been and probably always will be. I am 6'3" and at my "physical peak" I weighed in at 309 pounds. This was back in college, when I had no car and walked everywhere. I typically worked out 5 of the 7 days a week and ate healthily. However with out a serious reduction of calories I could not lose any more weight. It would drive me nuts. Especially since my roommate ate junk and did jack shit. He use to drive to the fast food Mexican restaurant which was a whole 4 houses down, drove to class and risk a parking ticket cause he was lazy, and guess what? He was 6 feet tall and weighed an astonishing 145 pounds, I took him to the gym one time and he damn near passed out from 15 minutes on one machine.

A lot of people who say all a fat person has to do is eat well and work out knows, and or, is a person who sustains a "healthy" weight with out doing anything. Imo, that is like saying all you have to do is read the text book and you'll be great at math. I mean I got a degree in math I didn't find it that hard.


Btw being thin doesn't mean you are healthy, every check up I've had ends up the same. With the doctor/nurse going "Wow, your blood work is great, you just overweight." I do however make it a point to stay away from sugar. I drink diet sodas, not to lose weight, but because I think sugar is worse for you than the shit in diet sodas.
This is 100% true. I'm 290 and have a better mile time than most on this forum probably. In case you're wondering, I run around a 8 minute mile which isn't FAST by any means but the average mile time for men (of all weights) is around 9 minutes. I can bench press my bodyweight, I do around 150 jumping squats in under 6 minutes, and I could go on and on....My blood pressure is around 120 over 82, good cholesterol, etc. However, like you said, I know guys who are 150lbs and ripped...AKA so small that you can see their abdominal region...That can't run 1/4 mile, run steps, nodda. My definition of someone that is obese is someone that is overweight for their height/age/build (which you and I both are) BUT...they aren't in shape, they can't walk a flight of steps without getting winded, have poor health vitals, etc. This is what I think the big misconception is. But if ya ain't been big, don't criticize it (that's plain stupid).
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It's even more damaging to the body than cocaine and WAY more addictive than cocaine.
Do you have proof of this? I believe you I just wanna see some proof. I see where you are coming from. As someone who use to be addicted to soda I don't doubt it. It was like heroin to me.
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Do you have proof of this? I believe you I just wanna see some proof. I see where you are coming from. As someone who use to be addicted to soda I don't doubt it. It was like heroin to me.
The proof is in the numbers.

Obesity is a contributing factor to many different ailments such as:

Diabetes, heart disease, some forms of cancer, high blood pressure, etc.

I don't even have to look it up to know that...

Obesity kills more people than cocaine or heroin lol.

Considering we're (we here in the United States) are the fattest country in the world.

I believe 2 and 3 are Mexico and the UK (where we came from and our neighbors).
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I used to be "obese". I use quotes because I hated, and still hate the term "obese". If anything, just use the term "overweight".

Either way, I graduated at age 17 close to 350lbs. Yeah. Shortly after graduating, I said fuck it. I'm sick of feeling like shit all the time. So, I cut out soda, fast food and pretty much anything else I thought was contributing to me gaining weight. About 2 years later, I hit my lowest of 170. But, I had pretty much no muscle and had no energy anymore. About a year and a half after hitting my lowest and after getting a pretty physical job, I'm up to about 210, which I feel is mostly muscle due to the constant heavy lifting at work. And at a little over 6 feet tall, I feel I'm finally at a stable, healthy weight. I go to the gym fairly often, I still don't drink soda and fast food is a rare occasion. Sure, I could cut out the occasional pig out day and the probable too occasional energy drink, but hey. I feel good.

As for how I feel for others with weight problems? I know where they are, I know what it's like. But, I also know that with enough willpower and a solid plan, you can change it.
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This threat proves that fat people are not really welcome, eh? Only thing you read in here is advises on how to lose weight and how you could care less about them larger people.

You know, first of it all you need to make clear what fat or obese means to you? When is obesity even starting in your opinion? 200 pounds? 250? 300?
Yes, it is true, there is no point in encouraging people to eat senseless amounts of food after they hit a deadly weight already, but I still loathe how people try to look down on large people just because they are large. They look down on these persons because media is showing and teaching them to do it. There is persons on casting-shows which may have a great voice, a much better voice than their competition, but would never make it to the final show just because they are not marketable. Young people watch those shows alot a will get the message. The message is "You wanna be successful, you wanna be thin". Nobody cares about your talents and skill, even if you are superiour in a certain field, as long as you aren't seen as looking great. Watch em modeling casting shows where a bunch of beanstack girlie bimbos try to bitch and catfight there way to the finale. Teaching those girls watching that if you wanna look sexy you're not alowed to eat anything besides 2 slices of millet cake and 3 cotton pads soaked with hot water. Girls are getting that message as well.

Beeing thin is a trend, it's in and en vogue. Beeing fat is said to be pitiful.
Media suggest that thin/slim/slender is a synonym for beeing sexy and large is obviously a synonym for beeing ugly. Newsflash: There is slim women looking like shit and there is BBWs looking stunning hot. Of course it is also possible to be the other way around. But you know what I mean!

As I said it is just trendy... Like having a certain hair cut, donning certain clothes or shaving your pussy/ balls. It is something which has been made popular by the media. Only thing is that most of those trendy things will end. But people telling you beeing slim will never end.


You know, I already said that senselessy stuffing everything in you that you can grab isn't cool but still you need to understand there is people which like to be larger/curvy. There are man that like to hit on fat woman because they are turned on by them. There is man which like hairy pussies. There is man which like women with glasses. There is man which like their girl extremely tall or small.

But telling a person them to lose weight just because YOU don't like that or just because YOU think it is not wishful is very asinine. Live and let live!
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Don't feel compassion nor pity on people who are overweight. Why would I?

Other question, nah, I'm not overweight. Not even close. Yay?
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Don't feel compassion nor pity on people who are overweight. Why would I?

Other question, nah, I'm not overweight. Not even close. Yay?
I caught your numbers before you edited.
Probably a few pounds underweight if anything.
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Defeats the purpose of my proposal to answer a question by asking another question.
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