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So apparently fat people can't even acknowledge their own fatness anymore

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venom    660

Does the fact that I found that video amusing make me a horrible person? For some reason I imagine the people leaving the store and going home to cry into a half gallon of rocky road.

I wouldn't say it makes you a horrible person...it's their own decision to be fat.

 

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Chimera    3,446

That comes with a gravy IV drip and cheeto dispenser

I just got a mental image of gravy been poured through a 32 fr catheter and threw up a little in my mouth

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Panthers_Lover    361

Come on fat people, get it together.  Your self deprecation really acts as a barrier for the rest of us to fat shame you effectively.

 

 

You're quite close to the truth, you know. I say things about myself that I know (feel) others are thinking ... in a way to defuse it, to verbalize it, to let them know (why, I don't know) that I know I'm fat. In some ways, empowering; in other ways, pathetic, I suppose.

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venom    660

Not always ...

I'd say always. If you don't want to be fat is as simple as making a choice to change your diet so that you are no longer that way anymore. My brother is an excellent example of this. He was obese in early high school at 5'10" and 260 lbs. He made the decision to no longer be fat and had lost 120 lbs in 6 months through strict diet change. He hasn't ever been fat again since and he's 29 years old now.

 

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Panthers_Lover    361

I'd say always. If you don't want to be fat is as simple as making a choice to change your diet so that you are no longer that way anymore. My brother is an excellent example of this. He was obese in early high school at 5' 10' and 260 lbs. He made the decision to no longer be fat and had lost 120 lbs in 6 months through strict diet change. He hasn't ever been fat again since and he's 29 years old now.

 

 

There are other issues that may impact a person's weight. It's not always a "just say no" issue.

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venom    660

There are other issues that may impact a person's weight. It's not always a "just say no" issue.

Like what? If you eat a perfect diet it is impossible to be fat. The problem is most people are so helplessly addicted to garbage food that it becomes a conscious priority over their health. It's their decision to be fat.

 

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MadHatter    9,501

I am very interested to know Venom's complete diet.

 

Because by his logic I can say.....eating whatever he is eating will 100% for sure make you batshit crazy.

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Panthro    9,937

Like what? If you eat a perfect diet it is impossible to be fat. The problem is most people are so helplessly addicted to garbage food that it becomes a conscious priority over their health. It's their decision to be fat.

 

 

Not that I disagree completely but you cannot say it is a choice in one breath then say it is an addiction with the next.

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Panthers_Lover    361

Like what? If you eat a perfect diet it is impossible to be fat. The problem is most people are so helplessly addicted to garbage food that it becomes a conscious priority over their health. It's their decision to be fat.

 

 

Nope. There are some medical conditions and some medications that impact a person's weight. A "perfect diet" is not the answer to it all.

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venom    660

Not that I disagree completely but you cannot say it is a choice in one breath then say it is an addiction with the next.

Of course I can. Addiction is something people bring on themselves, versus an outside force that people fall victim to. 

Whatever happened to everyone's sense of self-responsibility??

 

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venom    660

Nope. There are some medical conditions and some medications that impact a person's weight. A "perfect diet" is not the answer to it all.

Of course it is the answer to it all. Eating a perfect diet nullifies everything else that could be a contributing factor to obesity. It is impossible to be obese on a perfect diet, period.

 

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