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User avatar #553 - oversoul (04/20/2012) [-]
maybe she's as beautyful as the other one..or maybe better
#536 - holybuttdiver (04/20/2012) [-]
OP and his folks
#534 - gnometrain (04/20/2012) [-]
OP you have no idea what "fat" is. You base your failed logic on what society says is fat and skinny. And that, sir, is why you are a faggot.
User avatar #551 to #534 - antog (04/20/2012) [-]
I bet you're fat
User avatar #547 to #534 - SemiAnon (04/20/2012) [-]
She's fatter than me. I consider myself fat. Therefore, she is fat to me.

I don't really see the failed logic in that, but then again I'm not the guy who posted this.
#525 - anonymous (04/20/2012) [-]
**** you OP
User avatar #522 - rofresko (04/20/2012) [-]
Honestly nothing is sexier than a chick who isnt afraid to put herself out there like that. I find her to be attractive just because she was courageous enough to pose for this picture. True beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
#512 - anonymous (04/20/2012) [-]
This mentality is why so many women turn to eating disorders, my sister was hospitalized for anorexia because this country is so hell-bent on the image of the 'perfect' woman'. Go suck a horse cock OP.
User avatar #526 to #512 - landolakes (04/20/2012) [-]
>hell-bent on the image of the 'perfect woman'.
>highest obesity rate in the world.

dafuq is that logic? and im an amerifag..so I know..
#523 to #512 - anonymous (04/20/2012) [-]
Don't blame other people for your sister developing an eating disorder. That sounds terrible I know, but your sister was the one who developed it. She did it. Have some accountability.
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User avatar #506 - justanoreo (04/20/2012) [-]
That's like "healthy" sized. I mean she's not skinny, but she's not fat. When I see a fat person the first thing that comes to mind is "Where on earth does s/he buy clothes that big?" And they also waddle and make me feel uncomfortable when I see them heading toward my elevator.
#516 to #506 - anonymous (04/20/2012) [-]
are you ******** me? she barely fits into those shorts. of course she's fat.
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#514 to #506 - asgardian (04/20/2012) [-]
You're definition of fat is morbidly obese. She's not horrible I agree, She's chubby. But she's not "healthy".

<-- that's healthy.
User avatar #571 to #514 - absynthe (04/20/2012) [-]
shes not even chubby, id guess 140lbs, thats average weight for a woman. its also a healthy weight what you posted is athletic, thats different. it may be physically healthy, its still perfectly healthy to have a body like the one on the right
User avatar #574 to #571 - asgardian (04/20/2012) [-]
It's not though.
User avatar #581 to #574 - absynthe (04/20/2012) [-]
find me proof that says being the healthy average weight is unhealthy
User avatar #604 to #581 - asgardian (04/20/2012) [-]
It's not just weight. It's your body mass index. She has more fat than is healthy. If you can't find proof of that then you're not looking.
User avatar #609 to #604 - absynthe (04/20/2012) [-]
it also is heavily dependant of her height as well, but take into consideration that a big reason she looks as bad as she does is easily the fact shes wearing clothes too small for her
User avatar #638 to #609 - asgardian (04/20/2012) [-]
I'm not saying she's some incredibly unhealthy morbid person. I'm saying she's not, and I quote you, "perfectly healthy".
User avatar #642 to #638 - absynthe (04/20/2012) [-]
perfectly healthy isnt necessarily saying in perfect health, she may not be the pinnacle of health but what weight she has will not be detrimental to her health unless her actual diet consists of nothing but raw butter, crisco, sugar and a bowl of cancer every morning for breakfast
User avatar #648 to #642 - asgardian (04/20/2012) [-]
It won't be fatally detrimental to her health no. But will it help it? No. No harm in working out, even for 20 minutes a day.
User avatar #657 to #648 - absynthe (04/20/2012) [-]
theres no harm in it, there rarely ever is for anyone but even non fatally shes perfectly fine as far as health as concerned, maybe not a pinnacle of physical fitness but not everyone is going to be in their life, and judging solely by a picture is misleading as well, as far as anyone knows she could have a layer of fat and have muscle underneath or instead of having the esthetic side of physical fitness having the actual physical side of it, its difficult to judge solely by a webcam photo or an ipod photo on the internet
User avatar #663 to #657 - asgardian (04/20/2012) [-]
I'm not going to assume she's physically fit under that chub. It'd show at least a little bit.
User avatar #560 to #514 - justanoreo (04/20/2012) [-]
"Healthy" as in she eats, but maybe doesn't have a high metabolism like other girls. It's not entirely her fault. Until it gets too out of hand which means shes become ignroant about her situation. I know lazy, twig sized girls that eat more than plenty but obviously maintain their twiggy size because of a high metabolism.

The healthy I see in your picture I would describe as "fit." My aunt felt she was getting large and worked out a ton and was very picky about food and counted the calories in everything and now she's as small as that. But that's an extreme lifestyle dedicated to the body. Admirable but extreme.
User avatar #572 to #560 - asgardian (04/20/2012) [-]
It's not really that extreme. I've been doing it for the past 8 months and it's not near as hard as you all are making it out to be.
User avatar #584 to #572 - justanoreo (04/20/2012) [-]
Alright, I'll say the difficulty varies for different people. But from seeing her it seemed like hard work. And congrats to you.
User avatar #603 to #584 - asgardian (04/20/2012) [-]
It IS hard work. It's not extreme and unattainable. Nothing good in life comes easy, but that's not to say you can't approach it with a confident successful attitude.
User avatar #520 to #514 - MightyPudding (04/20/2012) [-]
This comes from an obsessive amount of calorie counting and constant work outs to send one's body into Survival mode. It also comes from a decent amount of photo shop to take out and imperfections.
User avatar #537 to #520 - asgardian (04/20/2012) [-]
No. Photoshop is used on celebrities and models. This is an amateur picture of a female who works out and eats healthily. You try to color calorie counting as something bad by calling it obsessive but you could call obese and overweight people "obsessed" with food or lazy.

User avatar #561 to #537 - MightyPudding (04/20/2012) [-]
I'm saying this comes from and Obsessive amount of Calorie counting, I'm not saying its bad, just saying that to gain this it takes a lot of vain obsession and concern over a nearly (opinionated) perfection. The very idea of perfection and achieving this perfection consumes the lives, minds, and personalities of many people.

Whether they look like young demi-gods or slightly resemble snorlax.
User avatar #569 to #561 - asgardian (04/20/2012) [-]
Define obsessive. You don't have to be obsessed to count calories and workout to attain that. You just have to be consistent. There's nothing wrong with striving for excellence.
User avatar #589 to #569 - MightyPudding (04/20/2012) [-]
There comes a point when "the look" becomes is the main worry, the agenda of the person. Sure there are some amazing people with excellent metabolisms and wonderful personalities that look awesome and are awesome.

Most of the time though its a worried young adult (or mid life crisis seniors) completely concerned with obtaining a nearly unrealistic goal with food deprivation and nearly torturous routines to either impress their friends/peers or opposite sex do to some sense of inadequacy.
User avatar #598 to #589 - asgardian (04/20/2012) [-]
You're making it out to sound like the ******* holocaust. "tortuous", "deprivation" etc.

It's not deprivation if you're reducing the caloric intake to a NORMAL HEALTHY amount.
It's not tortuous, don't be ******* dramatic.
It's only unrealistic if you think it is.

Most people don't do it to impress others. They do it to impress themselves, feel energetic and healthy, and increase their confidence.

Let's stop twisting it into something it's not.
User avatar #607 to #598 - MightyPudding (04/20/2012) [-]
Now that i read over what i wrote, i was f-n dramatic. hahahaha.
Thats what happens when i get wrapped up in some demented monologue my conscious is vomiting.

I'm lol'ing at my theatrical over reaction. Ty :)
#533 to #520 - landolakes (04/20/2012) [-]
LMFAO are you stupid bro? I eat whatever the hell I want...you honestly think I could calories?? hahaha....I dont even work out...its genetics....

User avatar #549 to #533 - landolakes (04/20/2012) [-]
look at the jellyfags thumbing me down..hahaha, u mad fatasses?
User avatar #557 to #549 - asgardian (04/20/2012) [-]
I'm thumbing you down because you're not even that fit. I don't know if you're trying to show off but I'm damn sure not jealous. If anything you make me look that much better.
User avatar #541 to #533 - landolakes (04/20/2012) [-]
count* calories
User avatar #539 to #533 - asgardian (04/20/2012) [-]
Genetics is about 50% and then adapting your workout and diet to your genetics is another 50%.
User avatar #543 to #539 - landolakes (04/20/2012) [-]
bro, im a health and food sciences major in college..you are SO wrong...lol...anyone can be fit...ANYONE...i dont care if you have the ********* genetics on earth, it just takes different things for different people...
User avatar #550 to #543 - asgardian (04/20/2012) [-]
That's what I said.

You're genetics determine what type of diet and exercise you need. I didn't say that it impedes you from getting fit.
User avatar #554 to #550 - landolakes (04/20/2012) [-]
you're wrong on the 50/50 though, its about 80% genetics and about 20% diet and everything else
User avatar #558 to #554 - asgardian (04/20/2012) [-]
According to whom?
#575 to #558 - MightyPudding (04/20/2012) [-]
My genetics allow me to have unusual amount of muscle tone as well as giving me a decrepit digestive system that makes me bloat to look about 20-30lbs over weight until i puke.
User avatar #565 to #558 - landolakes (04/20/2012) [-]
needless to say, the girl in the picture is fat and gross, and probably has the most unhealthy diet on earth..along with ZERO excercise....

and according to the classes I take daily, and my professors. its fact.
User avatar #566 to #565 - asgardian (04/20/2012) [-]
Can you cite the research?
User avatar #610 to #566 - landolakes (04/20/2012) [-]
no..theyre in my boooks, google that **** ..
User avatar #628 to #610 - asgardian (04/20/2012) [-]
Yea because google is credible.
User avatar #632 to #628 - asgardian (04/20/2012) [-]
I just want to see the statistic that says 80% of physical health is related to genetics and only 20% is related to diet and exercise. I highly doubt that.
#504 - anonymous (04/20/2012) [-]
I love how everyone who's against "fat" people are assuming she's lazy and has an unhealthy diet. I look like her, but I have polycystic ovary syndrome which makes it hard for me to lose weight. I've actually been on a new diet and exercise plan for about a year that I made with my doctor so that I could keep the weight I'm at, since it's hard for me to lose any weight I gain. Not everyone is "fat" just because they're lazy and unmotivated and unhealthy.
User avatar #599 to #504 - forfeitstar (04/20/2012) [-]
Agreed polycystic ovary syndrome does make it harder to lose weight but it still just takes exercise and diet to stay a healthy weight. My sister suffers from this and she is what most people would consider fat but she makes things harder for herself by not eating properly or exercising. She also blames the illness. She used to me a similar size to me a few years ago and guess what, she suffered from the same illness then. It is mostly laziness and poor lifestyle choices that make people fat.
#501 - bdowns (04/20/2012) [-]
**bdowns rolled a random image posted in comment #728 at free ** What op looks like
#497 - fueledbybooze (04/20/2012) [-]
Fat? Hell no she isn't fat. A few extra pounds, sure, but I think that looks ******* sexy on a chick. I'd take her over the one on the left any day.
#493 - anonymous (04/20/2012) [-]
okay.... i posted this picture months ago and got like -200 thumbs... **** you
#473 - drdres (04/20/2012) [-]
Me when I see the comments
Me when I see the comments
#471 - TheCynic (04/20/2012) [-]
I'm not trying to whine or anything, but there's a difference between FAT and simply not skinny. I spent my entire life being as small and thin as an ant's dick, but then High school happened and I started eating actual food. The absence of fat is not always skinny. Most of the girls I've dated were in between. That's where we get curvy girls.
#465 - doncorelone (04/20/2012) [-]
**doncorelone rolled a random image posted in comment #112 at seems legit ** Fatty Mcfatfat
#461 - gabsythefrood (04/20/2012) [-]
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User avatar #459 - Compootor (04/20/2012) [-]
How is she fat? She's barely got a Muffin-top. And even that is only there because her Daisy Dukes are really tight fitting. What are you talking about? "Fat"? You don't know what Fat is if you think THAT'S fat. No, my friend, that girl is Chubby at the most.
#470 to #459 - Shadesttone (04/20/2012) [-]
**Shadesttone rolled a random image posted in comment #381 at I always did ** Dude, she's, like, eighty pounds overweight. That's fat. Look back in the 1920's, you'd rarely...If EVER...See somebody that fat.

Hell, a small (permanent) diet change and a bit of exercise, and you can slim down in no time!
#507 to #470 - anonymous (04/20/2012) [-]
You must like girls who weight less than 100lbs, because there is NO WAY she is eighty pounds overweight.
#490 to #470 - MightyPudding (04/20/2012) [-]
If you look at the events of history, 20's sonner lead to the dust bowl and the depression where food found was food graced. If you go a little further in history say 50's the bmi average at that time was about 17%, only when the bill to allow use of steroids on the the farm animals and produce did the world see a change in the average bmi from 17% to (is currently) 32%.
Hence the gov't requirement for exercise routines in schools, to try to keep the bmi average from increasing.
#495 to #490 - Shadesttone (04/20/2012) [-]
(roll 4*
I'm honestly having difficulty reading what you just said. I'm bad at reading in clumps...

BMI is...Body...Mass Index? 32%, eh...That seems like a large boost. But the rest of your post confused me. Bro, use enter more often.

User avatar #515 to #495 - MightyPudding (04/20/2012) [-]
Take a look at the poultry before and after the growth steroids, yeah thats a big difference
too. Steroids are still growth inducing supplements, the jump was certaintly a pleasant
surprise for the Ranchers (profit!!), but increase in Human BODY MASS INDEX was just a 'tolerable' side effect for the amount of money coming using these chemicals. (which are mostly still being used today, along with fat priducing corn products which is in everything)

**** Your ENTER, use zoom.
User avatar #485 to #470 - Compootor (04/20/2012) [-]
Well, you certainly pulled that number right out of your arse, I'm certain, but no, I don't think that's fat at all. I don't know what kind of people you surround yourself with, but nobody I know would ever look at her and call her 'Fat'. Another user on here compared her to Jabba the ******* hut, at least you'll agree with me that that's taking it too far.
#492 to #485 - Shadesttone (04/20/2012) [-]
I live in Canada. We don't have many fat people. Hell, even that "Muffin Top" that you talked about is a rare sight.

She's no Jabba. She's not obese, but that stuff around her stomach? Is fat. No denyhing it. I didn't say she was ugly because of it, just fat.

It's easy to lose fat, with a bit of dedication.
User avatar #509 to #492 - Compootor (04/20/2012) [-]
Yes, that's what it is, it's fat, I'm not denying that. I live in Scandinavia, we don't have an exceptionally high number of fat people here either, but it's not like they become social outcasts because of a little weight problem.[Sarcasm mode on] And apparently everyone on this Website is super sexy and way too good for that girl anyway[Sarcasm mode off] so I'm probably wasting my breath.

Yeah, It is easy to lose weight once you're up there, for health reasons, but my point is of course that she isn't that fat at all, and people in the comments are going INSANE about how ridiculously obese she is :P
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