Profile overview for ibelikeee.
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This user has mostly submitted to the following subverses (showing top 5):

12 submissions to fatpeoplehate

This user has so far shared a total of 6 links, started a total of 6 discussions and submitted a total of 4 comments.

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Submissions: This user has upvoted 28 and downvoted 0 submissions.

Comments: This user has upvoted 81 and downvoted 0 comments.

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5 highest rated submissions:

Women Redditors Don't Shave Because They're Fat, submitted: 5/18/2017 8:25:33 PM, 141 points (+141|-0)

Fat kid at the park made me so sad/mad. How do we fix the fat children problem?, submitted: 11/7/2017 5:56:07 PM, 78 points (+78|-0)

"Why Finding Vintage Plus-Size Clothing Can Seem Impossible" LOL, submitted: 9/5/2018 12:16:44 AM, 71 points (+71|-0)

Accidental shitlording brought to you by FitBit, submitted: 6/2/2017 1:09:11 PM, 53 points (+53|-0)

What "diet culture"?, submitted: 10/17/2018 4:14:51 PM, 50 points (+50|-0)

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3 highest rated comments:

Fat chick is convinced it's her muscles that prevent her from finding clothes that fit. The utter delusion. submitted by ibelikeee to fatpeoplehate

ibelikeee 0 points 12 points (+12|-0) ago

BONUS: She says Ronda Rousey looks like a typical overweight woman in street clothes. Ronda Rousey is 5'7" 135 lbs and actually has muscle. This is hilarious.

An observation: old school "average", 20 years ago and today. submitted by Bubbajohn to fatpeoplehate

ibelikeee 0 points 11 points (+11|-0) ago

The "average" reflects what's culturally accepted. 20 years ago, it was harder and more shameful to be fat. People moved more, they ate better, you could say thinner is more beautiful without a bunch of people going off on social media. Nowadays, there's no shame and little consequence socially (compared to before) for fatness. We have a culture having a love affair with gluttony and sloth which leaves the average person huge.

That leaves those who take the care to actively resist the culture we're in. To not stop at McDonalds, to not eat that entire restaurant portion, to get to the gym, to go on a walk. Being slim now requires actively working against a society hellbent on greed; being active in your diet suggests you would be active in other parts of your health as well, giving us the current fit/fat split.

Think like this: if you, like most Americans, had no idea about appropriate calories or macros and you wanted to eat "healthy", you might eat like this:

  • Breakfast: large bowl of cereal with milk, a banana, coffee with cream and sugar
  • Lunch: Soup and a sandwich
  • Dinner: Chicken breast, salad, potatoes
  • Snacks: Apple, nuts

Without measuring exactly what you eat and supposing you get your lunch from somewhere like Subway, that could easily be 3,000 calories which is enough to make most sedentary people overweight within a year if they aren't super tall. In order to stay slim, given our skewed portion sizes (not just at restaurants but in the home) you have to educate yourself on how much to eat. I think that people who have the tendency to seek out info about their diet (not just tied to weight loss) would likely be interested in learning about how to be active as well. Add in to that people who grew up in a sport or had active, healthy families and there you have it: pretty soon, everyone's gonna be fit or fat.

Let's talk about meat sweats. submitted by ibelikeee to fatpeoplehate

ibelikeee 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago

The way I've heard it described, it's breaking out into a sweat due to eating a large amount of meat.

3 lowest rated comments:

Let's talk about meat sweats. submitted by ibelikeee to fatpeoplehate

ibelikeee 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago

It's definitely a thing, but in my experience only a fat thing.

Let's talk about meat sweats. submitted by ibelikeee to fatpeoplehate

ibelikeee 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago

The way I've heard it described, it's breaking out into a sweat due to eating a large amount of meat.

An observation: old school "average", 20 years ago and today. submitted by Bubbajohn to fatpeoplehate

ibelikeee 0 points 11 points (+11|-0) ago

The "average" reflects what's culturally accepted. 20 years ago, it was harder and more shameful to be fat. People moved more, they ate better, you could say thinner is more beautiful without a bunch of people going off on social media. Nowadays, there's no shame and little consequence socially (compared to before) for fatness. We have a culture having a love affair with gluttony and sloth which leaves the average person huge.

That leaves those who take the care to actively resist the culture we're in. To not stop at McDonalds, to not eat that entire restaurant portion, to get to the gym, to go on a walk. Being slim now requires actively working against a society hellbent on greed; being active in your diet suggests you would be active in other parts of your health as well, giving us the current fit/fat split.

Think like this: if you, like most Americans, had no idea about appropriate calories or macros and you wanted to eat "healthy", you might eat like this:

  • Breakfast: large bowl of cereal with milk, a banana, coffee with cream and sugar
  • Lunch: Soup and a sandwich
  • Dinner: Chicken breast, salad, potatoes
  • Snacks: Apple, nuts

Without measuring exactly what you eat and supposing you get your lunch from somewhere like Subway, that could easily be 3,000 calories which is enough to make most sedentary people overweight within a year if they aren't super tall. In order to stay slim, given our skewed portion sizes (not just at restaurants but in the home) you have to educate yourself on how much to eat. I think that people who have the tendency to seek out info about their diet (not just tied to weight loss) would likely be interested in learning about how to be active as well. Add in to that people who grew up in a sport or had active, healthy families and there you have it: pretty soon, everyone's gonna be fit or fat.