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[–] paradox42 0 points 50 points (+50|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Trust me, deep down they know this. That's why they cling so hard to the idea that they can't lose weight. Because, if they could then they would be responsible for their consequence.

You see it come through from time to time. When they say "god eat a burger, you're so thin" you see that they know eating more causes weight gain.

The simple part of it is they want their cake and eat it too, no surprise. They want the benefits and none of the work, so they want society to change because that's easy. And that's why I dislike fat people, not for just for their bodies, but the laziness and entitlement.

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[–] 2262151? 0 points 6 points (+6|-0) ago 

If anything, their bodies are nothing but a symptom of the real reason why we hate fat people.

Choosing beggars, laziness, entitlement, all of it.

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[–] ShitlordingIsLove 0 points 24 points (+24|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Thin privilege is FAT CONSEQUENCE.

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

Amen. ::Long slow clap:: I'm reaping the rewards of getting my ass out of bed at what the fuck o'clock, running and hitting the gym, preparing my meals in advance.

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

But every single person on this planet has the ability to be healthy, to be fit, and to look good. There isn't a single exception to that.

I would disagree with you on this. Not everyone has these abilities. Some people are born frail, sickly or just damn ugly. Nothing they do will make them healthy. But for the bulk of the humans on the planet, yes. Most can get their body to a healthy condition with minimal work.

The default human body is not fat. It is lean with the ability to pack on extra pounds of fat for energy storage. But it just designed to be short term storage. Before the age of 40, the human body is at its prime. If it is not a hunter/gatherer all you need to do is feed it correctly and move it around a bit, it will work as advertised. There is no thing as thin privilege because that is the design of the human body. Thin is the default, the starting point.

Fat privilege is a thing. Being fat shows you have the privilege of having a consistent supply of more food then your body needs. It also shows you have the privilege of not needing to move around much. Some fat people have so much privilege they don't even walk for themselves. They have a motorized chair move them around. They have the privilege of living in a society where most of the manual labour is done for them. They don't build their own houses. They don't grow their own food. They don't need to walk from point A to point B. They don't even need to go up stairs because machines will move them to the upper floors of buildings. Some of these people don't even work. They have the privilege of getting monetary benefits because they had the privilege to gain so much weight their body no longer functions as it was designed to.

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

so much this response!

the statement all is tough. most would do well. (for op)

fat privilege... sounds like the beginning of a new rant. that shit was fucking lordy! (to comment by imvii) plz post it!

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

Maybe thin people are treated better because of their attitude as well - they are more confident, more active, more disciplined, less entitled and rude.

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

Glad someone said it, it's not a fucking privilege, when I was fatter than I was now at like 25% BF I looked disgusting and that's because I didn't put any effort in my body or anything else for that matter, now I'm here happier than ever at 11% BF after lots of hard work looking fit as fuck, I earned the right to be held in higher regard than someone who just stuffs themselves because i worked my god damn ass off for it, it's not because you're a 'human' that you are instantly entitled to the same attention and benefits as me, some things in life must be earned through hard work, you cant demand them, that's not how the world works

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[–] SurgicalShitlord 0 points 10 points (+10|-0) ago 

Respect is commanded, it's never demanded. Unsurprisingly, fats can't grasp this simple concept.

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

They think complaining will get them these things. Life isn't a restaurant.

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

I'm so glad I'm not the only person who doesn't like icing. Just thinking about cupcakes makes me feel nauseous.

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

Sounds like we had similar food "rules" as kids. I am the same way - can't stand most icing. Even as a kid, I would scrape it right off and eat the cake plain. The two exceptions are cream cheese frosting on carrot cake and occasionally (real) whipped cream (which isn't really icing).

The absolute worst offenders are those shitty sheet cakes from the grocery store 'bakery". I don't know what the fuck that shit is, but it's completely and utterly disgusting. It's like some kind of hyper-sweetened shaving cream or something.

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

You should go to an asian bakery and try their cakes. Asian cakes usually use cream as a topping (with a custard filling), instead of sugary frosting/icing.

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

My parents owned a restaurant when I was a kid. So I grew up with food at my fingertips all the time. I was grabbing handfuls of shrimp and cooking it together with garlic/parsley butter before I could see over the top of the stove. I always had to finish everything I put on my plate. Every single pea, gristle, and what not had to be finished, while that might seem bad, it taught me to be more selective about what I put on my plate. I am happy I was also an active kid so I could get away with making my hot cocoa with the juice inside a maraschino cherry jar instead of water. Today I have kept myself fit and am a proud 'verified shitlady' - my mother is still a butter huffer.

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[–] RickC-137 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

If anything there is fat privilege. Think about how many people (literally billions) are born into a part of society where they may never have enough food to over eat.

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