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[–] Dr-Claw 0 points 76 points (+76|-0) ago 

I’ve noticed this with fats. When they talk about their significant others, they speak of them like they are only supporting characters in the story of their lives. They have zero dimension, no wants or needs, and I haven’t the slightest clue what their personality is like or why they even like this person.

Why do you love him? “Ahh, I love when we have pizza together.”

What is so special about him? “Taco Tuesday is my favorite night of the week in my house!”

What made you want to marry him? “Binging on Netflix!”

The significant other is always just...there. They could be anyone. In my marriage, friends and family who we’ve never met yet, like us already because one of us has described the other in so much detail and background that it’s as if we’ve already met. This sort of narcissism just doesn’t compute with me.

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[–] TheAntiZealot 0 points 38 points (+38|-0) ago 

Case in point:

Charles and I met on a blind date. He was 6-foot-1, with big blue eyes, salt-and-pepper hair and an easy laugh. More importantly, he was fat — fatter than me. I was still stitching my ego together from a recent divorce; and, at a size 20, I wanted a man whose girth would quell my insecurities.

Emphasis added.

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[–] YamaMaya 0 points 32 points (+32|-0) ago 

So she wanted someone to feel superior to, not someone who was a partner and an equal. Typical narcissistic fatty.

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[–] Lurkerontheroof 0 points 11 points (+11|-0) ago 

This right there, is some seriously twisted shit. Imagine indeed if the writer was a man talking about his wife.

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[–] Scooter_Death 0 points 11 points (+11|-0) ago  (edited ago)

That’s a good point. The other person is simply a possession, an object, a toy, and now the toy isn’t working like it did when she first bought it, it’s saying and doing all kinds of strange things now, and she can’t deal with it.

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[–] different_to_a_duck 0 points 37 points (+37|-0) ago 

In the words of Dom Mazetti:

“[Women who claim to find fat men attractive,] actually don't want their partner to enrich their life, but to reassure them that their shitty life is adequate.

It's about having the undisputed upper hand in the relationship and having someone always remind them they are better.“

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[–] Risingimperium 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Definitely notice that now too, apt analysis. Every time I read these I got a particularly bad feeling from what I was reading but that definitely adds a whole new layer of understanding of these people.

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[–] FuggBenis 0 points 30 points (+30|-0) ago 

it was us against them

This is the big takeaway. Fatties are consciously placing themselves against the rest of the not-fat world. This is why nothing gets through their thick skulls. Change comes from within.

I'm also appalled at all the in-depth descriptions of food in this article.

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[–] Lurkerontheroof 0 points 12 points (+12|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Me, too. They "ravish" an éclair -- using a word that originally literally means to rape. And then yuuuuck: the vivid language describing the gooey filling like some jizzy mucus, barf :(~

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[–] polebunny 1 points 15 points (+16|-1) ago  (edited ago)

I can see where the anxiety to look like you're in the same league with your SO comes from. I'm hyper aware that my boyfriend is ripped and handsome while I'm, well, 22bmi and fitter than the average woman but far from fitness model status, flat chested, and face-wise I am below average. It causes me quite a bit of anxiety and I don't like to be seen by his friends too much because I know the elephant in the room is "he could get anyone and chose that?" It does suck. But, at least I'm not overweight and do what I can with styling. What the ham in the story should realise is she'll feel better if she just eats reasonably.

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[–] Samchay6 2 points 16 points (+18|-2) ago 

Don't be so hard on yourself, you've met the first prerequisite:

  • No fat chicks

Now, there are really only two other major factors.

  1. You're not trying to fuck his friends.

  2. The blowjob to bullshit ratio.

*#1 is pretty self-explanitory. #2 requires you to figure out a proper reward system. Remember, men that are in better shape generally have higher testosterone levels than those that don't. Sexual gratification is our most basic and effective reward system.

Keep these things in mind and you will be fine.

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[–] mmmmdonuts 0 points 13 points (+13|-0) ago 

Hey now, he's dating you, so obviously you have qualities that he is looking for. I mean, I'm a total butterface and I can't believe my boyfriend chose me, and he tells me that I'm the most beautiful woman ever. If you could see yourself through his eyes... you would understand.

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[–] TheTrigger 1 points 5 points (+6|-1) ago 

Yeah, but at least you do something about it. And it's nothing that can't be fixed with a little skill and patience. On the other hand, you can't put lipstick on a pig and turn it back in to a human.

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[–] belil569 1 points 3 points (+4|-1) ago 

Same thing I tell my girlfriend when she mentions the same thing. He chose you. Not the fitness model. You. So long as you're not a fatty you're what he wants.

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[–] petershmit 2 points 18 points (+20|-2) ago 

6'1, 205, still teetering on fatass status.

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[–] Whizwit21 0 points 16 points (+16|-0) ago 

That really depends on his muscle mass but I'm sure a guy that has lost 100 pounds has some loose skin and stubborn areas

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[–] Revisor 0 points 7 points (+7|-0) ago 

BMI 27.0, still fat. But not obese anymore.

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[–] Swolebroshitlord1 1 points 12 points (+13|-1) ago 

Depends on your muscle mass too dude. I have a high BMI but I'm not fat. I've been reported for fat sympathy plenty of times by little skinny faggots in FPH until I got verified.

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

He's now a fat human at least, which is better than a standard butter golem.

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[–] nrlftw 2 points 7 points (+9|-2) ago 

Nah. I’m 6’4” 195 and I’m 10% bf.

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[–] vodkaandmayodontmix 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

3 inches and 10 pounds isn't insignificant.

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[–] DietSodaLuvr 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

He definitely is, but someone that's been lifting consistently for 5 years could be pretty lean at 205.

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[–] petershmit 0 points 16 points (+16|-0) ago 

"We snickered at the runners who favored perspiration and shortness-of-breath over cheese-filled omelettes and buttery croissants slathered with apricot jam."

Fuck off hambeast. I enjoy my shortness of breath from running marathons. Better than yours from walking to the fridge.

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

“I prefer jam to sweating and shortness of breath!” It wheezed, sweating with the exertion of raising the croissant to its huffing, puffing mouth. Meanwhile runners crush awesome breakfasts, multiple miles, and have their heart rates back down in time for dinner.

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[–] petershmit 1 points 2 points (+3|-1) ago 

Truth. I've been known to down an entire medium pizza or a couple dozen wings and some great craft beers after a 20+ mile run. Fatties don't get it. You can indulge, but you have to actually fucking earn it.

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[–] frog01 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

This pissed me off. Laughing at your betters? Do you also laugh at cancer patients going through chemotherapy or Addicts trying to kick the habit?

Runners, or really anyone exercising, are doing the exact and most important thing required of them to stay in good health and live a long life.

By my analogy, this cow was like a drunk laughing at recovering alcoholics putting their life back together, or a anti-science cancer patient laughing at someone going into post chemo remission while they refuse treatment and instead opt for herbal tea’s and prayer.

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[–] tweedles 0 points 15 points (+15|-0) ago 

This whole thing sounds exactly like an alcoholic who feels betrayed because her drinking buddy husband got sober. She knows he's doing the right thing, and that draws out all the guilt and self-hatred that she tries to drown with desserts.

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[–] DorothyMantooth 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Yep, exactly what I thought, too. She didn't want a husband, she wanted an drinking eating buddy, and now he betrayed her by getting sober healthy and she has to face her own addiction. (I was gonna strikethrough "addiction" and put "overindulgence," but she is an addict, so I left it.)

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[–] RageAgainstTheAmish 0 points 15 points (+15|-0) ago  (edited ago)

This woman has mental health issues which are directly correlated with her weight.

Waiting for my sauvignon blanc, I flashed back to the time Charles and I ravished a giant éclair on our way to buy a treadmill.

Even when she's pissed off needing to get a drink to calm down all she can think about is food and happy memories of food with her husband but mostly sugary fat inducing food

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

I don't even believe the sauvignon blanc part. I'm thinking it was a rum and diet Coke, which doesn't count because of the diet Coke, which while waiting for it she downed four or five hors d'oeuvres (?sp), which didn't count because they had cheese which is protein.

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[–] DorothyMantooth 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

I'd agree with you, but I also know fatties love wine in a box. It makes them feel "sophisticated" to drink wine. And this one is a ball of pretension as well as lard; she's not waiting for her drink or her wine, she's waiting for her sauvignon blanc.

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[–] DorothyMantooth 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

How sad (in a pitiful and gross way, not a "Aw, I'm sad for her," way) that her happy relationship memories are about her and her husband stuffing choux pastry and custard down their throats with their bare hands. When I think of some of the fun things my hubby and I have done together over the years, it's stuff like the water fight we had in the front yard when we were newlyweds, where we got so soaking wet we stripped naked on the back porch after and ran into the house hoping the neighbors didn't see us (but not worrying too much if they had caught a glimpse, because young, sexy newlyweds). Or sneaking out to our neighborhood pool in the middle of the night for a whisper-filled swim. Or any number of giggly late-night adventures (we both worked nights so on our days off we were still up all night; I don't just mean those sorts of late-night adventures--although, yeah, sex makes up more than a few of those memories, lol). Road trips. Walking on the beach at sunset. Trying to put together furniture or put up the hurricane shutters for the first time. Jokes we played on each other.

I mean, I could go on forever with this, but the point is, pretty much none of my biggest memories, or most special memories, of my early days with my husband have to do with stuffing ourselves, silverware-free, with desserts in the car like people who stole a ham and are afraid of getting caught. Our life didn't and doesn't revolve around food; we had and have plenty more in common than that, which I think is fattypat's problem. Her only requirement in a man was "fat, loves food," and now she's realized that without fat and food she and her husband have nothing in common.

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[–] belil569 0 points 12 points (+12|-0) ago 

200 lb. Wearing UA clothing..... fucker is probably still a whale. The fact that he is a pig fucker as well just means he is still a pile of shit.

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