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[–] xxdarkmatterxx 1 point 17 points (+18|-1) ago 

You touch at the root of my disdain for fats. The fact that it is a choice to be fat. This is why their constant cries of discrimination and comparison to the gay pride movement make me physically ill. I am a smoker. I choose to smoke. I don't expect anyone to pity me for that choice when I invariably die of lung cancer. I actually think that it is good that ciggies are so expensive, it serves as a potential deterrent from smoking, and benefits the state tax-wise (where i live). Maybe we should charge for food by the pound solely, instead of what the food product actually is...

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[–] fatpeoplesuck 1 point 6 points (+7|-1) ago 

Fuck fat sympathy. I hate all fat people. If you loose weight and become normal you don't deserve any praise. It is how you are supposed to be. We don't give medals to former child molesters for not raping children. You don't get a medal for being what society expects of you. Fats cause probably 80% of medical problems. Wasting the time of doctors that could help real patients.

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

I'm an ex-fat, you'd think I'd be sympathetic to hams trying to lose weight. I'm not sympathetic to them at all. I look back to my former self and I cringe. I was a horrible person.. I was a useless, fat, ugly, annoying piece of shit. Losing weight was just one of my self-improvement techniques.

If you're fat, you don't need "motivation" or "encouragement" to become human again. It needs to come from within you. I'm not against fatties losing weight, but they really shouldn't have been there in the first place.Being a human weight is not something you should get praised for, it's a basic expectation.

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

I am a former "small fat" (bmi of about 25.5ish) I agree. Praise for being normal is stupid. I just had to lay off the chips and starbeetus. I still can eat quite a bit of food. My weight is completely reasonable. My bmi is attainable.

Praising fats for losing weight is similar to praising a 4 year old for helping clean his own mess. Except the fats are not 4.

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[–] qel33 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

I feel bad for fat kids. It sucks that they are basically stuck in a family that abuses them by overfeeding them or not giving them the proper diet.

And what's worse is everyone just accepts that this kind of abuse is okay.

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

Exactly. Want praise for your body? Get in shape. The dedication needed to build and maintain muscle in today's society is worth some praise and respect. Not being fat is something you can literally do by lying in bed all day while living, in moderation, on potato chips and vitamins. They want praise for something that would qualify as among the laziest day in our lives for many people here.

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

Yeah, that's pretty much the whole of it. I think a lot of us ended up hating simply due to frustration after constantly seeing every attempt to help fat people get tossed away. The bottom line is that fat people made choices to get where they are. Not once, not even three times a day. But probably closer to ten or more times a day every day for years or even decades. And that time has been filled with excuses and "attempts" at getting in shape or whatever. And you're still looking at the result.

The reason that so many people don't have sympathy for fat people trying to lose weight is that we know they're not really trying. A miniscule portion of them might succeed. But the vast majority of them won't. Even the fact that so many of them demand support shows how prepped they are for failure since they're putting the potential for failure on the shoulders of other people rather than themselves.

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[–] bammed [S] 1 point 1 point (+2|-1) ago 

The first study specifically lists high-oleic peanuts, differentiating them from ordinary peanuts, and subjects still experienced weight gain. The second implies higher satiety at lower caloric levels, but fat people ignore satiety and hunger signals and eat mechanically and/or emotionally. The third implies a marginal effect from nuts, but specifically states that it effected every group individually, implying that it didn't increase the longevity of fats beyond that of healthy people, just compared to other fats. Fact is, you can get fat eating kale and organic tofu. The peanuts may be healthier, but if you eat two jars of crunchy peanut butter a day, you will exceed your TDEE, and you will gain weight.

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[–] dontdoxxmebro ago  (edited ago)

I hate fats. I hate them with vengeance. They brag about their numbers at the doctor, being OK , for the time being. I am in great shape, I work an active job; I also work out. I have been on anti-hypertensives for the last twelve years. I gave up all added sugar, and almost all natural sugars, because my fasting glucose is impaired. My BMI is 22. Fuck you fat people. Fuck you and your genetics.
Edit: My BMI is actually 22.2

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[–] seniorscubasquid ago 

Big mistake op. They are not people. They are vermin, subhuman monstrosities that belong in the fucking dirt. We should not acknowledge their pathetic existence in any way, unless that way directly inflicts suffering on them. All we can do is hope for a day where killing them becomes legal... or at least sit back while they kill themselves.

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