Friends do not ask other friends who they KNOW don’t have a lot of disposable income to do things like this. In Ontario in Canada they have something called stag and doe parties. Here they get people to donate prizes for guests to win. I’m not wild about that idea either. Just…go out with your buddies or have a pj party and get drunk. Kind of pointless to try to match with someone on Tinder just to inform them they have a terrible taste — when you see someone with terrible taste, just don’t swipe. It’s not like Asos is a quality brand that does beautiful clothing, but if you need to tell an adult that their dress looks awful, as an adult yourself, you shouldn’t be talking to them. Move on. Saw her doing stand-up a few years ago and she was A.mazing. Very clever and awesome. Don’t care what she looks like. You know what? She’s gorgeous! I love her for taking a firm stand for the right to live on this world just like everyone else. More power to you woman! And hugs! While I completely agree that we should be kinder to ourselves and others, and try and be positive and have good self-esteem, being very obese is so bad for your health.
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I have had a lot of medical problems over the last six years which have needed major life-changing surgery and months of treatments that also impacted on my health in a negative way. Steroids that I needed to take as well as being unable to take exercise for a long time have all contributed to my being obese. I try to be positive but I hate the way I look. More importantly I hate how unhealthy I feel and how I am at risk of heart disease. I am trying to walk on all the days that I can and watch what I eat but it’s a slow process. While I thought she had a good outlook and was very pretty and confident, I don’t find it helpful to just turn a blind eye to being overweight and eat ice cream instead! Turn a blind eye? She’s talking about the I’m a game of thrones aholic shirt people use and how disrespectful people are. You’re talking about you. Good for you that you’re trying to better your health. My best wishes to you. You can do it. I’ve been there and it takes a lot of effort, courage and discipline, but people are stronger than they think. You must find it within yourself and stop listening to nonsensical babble from snowflakes who won’t dare to improve themselves. Do it for you and for those who love you. Good luck. Wow. Good to see how many people completely missed the bus here. Sooo tired of the disparaging comments. Live your own life, don’t judge people who don’t look like your expectations. Pretty simple stuff. As a former fat person myself, hitting the gym is 20% percent of the effort. Stop eating junk and believing in “body positiveness” and other twisted ideologies that you get from MSM and leftist teachers at the university. Having discipline and taking on responsibility will allow accomplishing anything in life, physically, professionally and emotionally. There are no excuses, just lies, disguised as excuses. Certainly more brilliant than your unnecessary and repetitive use of sarcasm. My motivation came from the fat dude looking back at me from inside the mirror. And by the by, I don’t even have a TV.
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But, go ahead, keep holding on to your fuzzy excuses. Not here to impress you. And if you have to resort to the ad hominem argument that already tells me a lot about you. Yeah, go look that up. clearly you know no one with thyroid problems, women who gain weight as a side affect of birth control, diabetes, or women who just didn’t bounce back after pregnancy. You sound ignorant and should be educated that the gym isn’t a one size fits all kind of deal. I worked out 21 hours a week and gained 5 pounds while ingesting no junk food and maintaining under 1500 calories a day. I don’t see a single excuse any where. Many woman, like myself, are through shaming themselves over something we have very little control over. Frankly, you should be shamed for your hate filled rant. I always laaaaaaugh when I see the “plus sized models” that are used in ads and media….its hilarious. They maaay have slightly larger thighs, but they ALWAYS have thin, taught waists. Oh believe me the ones who really, really don’t have you back are the women. Sure you may get some 1970’s sitcom van drivers (though TBF it is rather cliché) who shout stuff but if you ever listen to a group of women when working in a house the stuff they say about other women would break your heart. You know I have been both sides of the coin and being fat is not being body positive it’s almost encouraging people to be obese. I have worked hard not to be fat and I am much happier this side of the coin thank you. These is nothing funny about being fat and I simply don’t believe anyone who says differently. From what I’m seeing, this is actually pretty good satire. “Body positive” fat acceptance is wrong for these three reasons: 1) Obesity is a disease. It doesn’t matter how you look at it, it’s a disease. 2) Obesity costs everyone. I don’t know what the UK’s stats are, but in the I‘m a game of thrones aholic shirt, 75% of all our healthcare costs could be prevented by eating right, exercising, drinking responsibly, and not using tobacco. 3) Low key narcissism in body positive/fat acceptance. Obviously, obese people in fat acceptance don’t like how others see them. Yet instead of respecting others’ preferences or changing themselves, they want everyone else to change to suit them. There are no fat segregation laws like there were against those considered black. I don’t condone people making fun of fat people, I’m overweight or fat myself, but I know it’s not a healthy state to be in, and I’m trying to do something about it. I don’t think eating ice cream in Hyde Park is going to help. No one deserves to be made fun of, shouted at, or discriminated against. Everyone deserves some sort of human dignity. Should being unhealthily obese be encouraged however? Also comparing obesity with being black, or brown, or being crippled – they can’t change their skin colour or their medical handicap no matter what is done. WTF!?! Equating discrimination against what you can’t choose – skin colour, faith, disability, sex. orientation – with choosing to stuff your face endlessly with food and thinking it’s the same? This person needs to visit a psychiatrist and then start working out!