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[–] miss_ann_thrope 0 points 17 points (+17|-0) ago 

The freshman 15 has become the freshman 50.

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[–] JohnnySkidmarx 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

It doesn't help when they are already 50-100 pounds overweight when they enter college.

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[–] 6563249? 0 points 14 points (+14|-0) ago  (edited ago)

From what I've seen on here they are getting started ballooning up younger and younger. I didn't even realize that I was literally looking at high school aged kids IRL until I kept seeing the posts on here declaring "It's only 18!", "It's only 21!". I seriously thought I was looking at things older than myself and I'm late 30s. Then it hit me that these middle aged whales I kept seeing out wearing the cutesy looking tshirts weren't trying to look younger or reclaim their teenaged years by dressing age inappropriate. Oh no, these were the actual teenagers. WTF? No wonder they have hit size humongous by the time they get to college.

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[–] l23r 0 points 6 points (+6|-0) ago  (edited ago)

It seems like white kids are coddled more. When I was growing up some of my friends who were white didn't have to cook or clean or do stuff for themselves. My friends who were mixed or whatever had to do chores and basic stuff like setting an alarm to wake your own ass up out of bed. Some of my white friends had to do this as well, but I can't think of any non-white friends I had who couldn't use a microwave or go to the corner store in gradeschool, or take the public bus or subway to middle school, or do other age-appropriate things.

Now I am not fully white but I look white and was raised in a home with both white people and people who were raised in turn by white people, so I think of myself as culturally white... but it seems like the white culture is one where mom wakes you up and makes your lunch and drives you to school and does your laundry and everything other than wiping your ass even when you're double digit aged. No wonder these kids go to college and can't do anything for themselves.

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[–] Phillyshitlord 0 points 8 points (+8|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Everything is scaled. To be the hottest chick in the dorm now you just have to be on the outside of humanity because everyone else is hams. Same with the guys. Used to be that if you didn't make a team in college but played in high school you still tried to stay somewhat athletic like you had a chance to play. But the divide between collegiates athlete and "didn't make the cut" and non-athlete is so large that the former athletes don't have to try as hard to be the "attractive non-athlete" guy.

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[–] sizedouttaZero 0 points 6 points (+6|-0) ago 

"what happened to the college hotties?"

I'm still here :)

But seriously though, only hot guys are on sports teams, and the girls on sports teams are just overweight. I blame McDonald's

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[–] 6566491? 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

Why would you blame McDonalds? Are they forcefeeding the students?

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[–] invisiblecalories 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

It's really crazy to me. A good friend and I are always laughing at ourselves in our mid-20s because we looked amazing but were wasting our time in relationships with losers. There's just no comparison to youth once you start to age. The only way one could look "better" is if you were skinnyfat and got in shape or grew out of creepy babyface. I can't imagine having no frame of reference at all to a time in your life when you looked good. How can your "best" be 220lb frontbutt shitbody?

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[–] sexypleurisy 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

It was starting to get bad when I graduated. I can only imagine it's gotten worse since.

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[–] PetChan 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

I live in a town with several colleges and the country's biggest university, and the only place where I see a modest amount of hot female college students is at the Economics College.

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