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#347 - grapefruity (11/09/2013) [-]
Going to play devils advocate here, so be warned.

There are two (Possibly 3, if you believe people when they say their metabolism is slow) types of overweight people; Those who complain that they are overweight and do something about it, and those who complain and do nothing.

Of the latter their are two separate groups; Those who like being (or rather, getting) fat, and those who are just weak willed.

You are allowed to eat as much as you want (Literally, no one can really tell you otherwise). But you must except societies view of you if you do as well as the health risks. You can't complain and tell the public they are wrong, just simply say 'Yeah, bacon is awesome and I will continue to stuff my face' and accept that people will see you as a 'Fat ass' or lazy. You deserve to be treated politely, but not considered flawless.

You should not judge people for their faults unless they claim their actions are perfectly healthy.
User avatar #297 - vgmddg ONLINE (11/04/2013) [-]
The 6 Levels of Fatness
User avatar #295 - thisismyhandle (11/04/2013) [-]
Should overweight people get sympathy? No, if anything people with certain conditions that make them overweight should get sympathy for having that condition.

However, if you actively go to people and judge them because they are overweight, then you're an asshole. If you are going to lump in being overweight/obese with being an alcoholic, smoker, or hardcore drug junkie, you should treat them the same way as you should the others by trying to help them (or get them help).
User avatar #163 - SteveHomoki (11/04/2013) [-]
You cannot put being fat in the same class as illegal substance abuse or in the same class as alcoholics. It's like saying crossing the road without using the crosswalk is as illegal as speeding. One is far more dangerous to others, such as the walker (fat ironically) is only putting themselves in harms way where as the speeder (drug/alcohol) is actually putting others at risk besides themselves due to their behavior. But don't be hasty to judge, neither wants a bad outcome really.
User avatar #155 - rageshaman (11/03/2013) [+] (3 replies)
I know I am fat and I understand everyone has an opinion. However, if I hear you insult my weight, I am going to want to hurt you. Just the same as someone who taunts a smoker, alcoholic, or junkie. I can't speak for everyone, but for me I don't handle taunts very well and I am sensitive about this problem, and will likely become angered by accusations and ****** remarks.

TLR: I will ******* hurt you if you hurt me
#92 - sphinxe (11/03/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Just because a person is fat doesn't automatically make them a bad person. Treat people with respect, and if they do something to break that respect, then judge away. Don't be an asshole outright.
Just because a person is fat doesn't automatically make them a bad person. Treat people with respect, and if they do something to break that respect, then judge away. Don't be an asshole outright.
#87 - hopskotch (11/03/2013) [+] (1 reply)
...What alcoholic, smoker or junkie asks for sympathy?
#54 - vladstronsy (11/03/2013) [-]
Nobody except from judgement!
Not Fat, Not Healthy, Not Tapeworm Skinny!
Not Man, Not Woman, Not Intersex, Not whatever the hell Admin is!
Not Straight, Not Gay, Not Bi, Not Pan, Not Omni, Not Bestiality Dan!
Not White, Not Black, Not Arab, Not Asian, Not Native American, Not Anything Else!
No One Gets Away!
I Judge all your asses!
User avatar #9 - rampu (11/03/2013) [+] (2 replies)
From a man that was at one point over 300 pounds due to my thyroid shutting down... You're an idiot.

From the man that is now under 200 pounds due to hard work and dedication.... You're still an idiot.
User avatar #315 - dksidefortyone (11/04/2013) [+] (1 reply)
I agree to a small degree. Some people are just lazy as hell and don't even bother doing anything about their health and just continues to get worse. However, I know there are a lot of people like me, I'm 6'2, weigh 265 with 26% body fat, but I have worked out nearly every day for the fast three years, in cardio, weight training and weight loss, and I have been dieting for just as long, eating about 1750 calories a day, most of which I work off. However, No matter what I do, I can;t get better. I lost about 30 pounds in the first three months and have stayed at the same level since. No matter what I do, and believe me I have tried, I can't get any better. It sometimes isn't our fault. Yes, many people just use it as an excuse and whine about it, but I as well as many other can't do anything about it.
#309 - anonymous (11/04/2013) [-]
i don't think you should pass judgement on obese people....or junkies or smokers or alcoholics. its none of your business what other people do to themselves anymore than it is their business what you do in your spare time.

they're not stealing your **** or murdering your dog so get over yourself

none of them deserve your sympathy though
#306 - senglish (11/04/2013) [-]
I hate the fat chicks on ****
User avatar #302 - tisjunkisdamnfunny (11/04/2013) [+] (1 reply)
im 18, 105 lbs. and barely fiveseven
my metabolism is fast as **** and theres nothing i can really do
i lifted over the summer and gained some muscle with the help of protein but since then i have been sick twice and gone to college (excuses of why i no longer lift)
ive excepted my skinnyness forever alone yo
User avatar #231 - lightingeagle (11/04/2013) [-]
I hear that having a bad thyroid can make you be a fatass, no matter how hard you workout or how well you eat. Can't prove it however.

If you get a surgery and you get addicted to morphine or whatever they pump into people when they under-go surgery, that's iffy for them not getting more help for it, but to each their own.

I agree with you, OP.
#225 - anonymous (11/04/2013) [-]
That's so edgy, I cut myself running my finger along the edges.
#219 - DanLacasky (11/04/2013) [+] (1 reply)
I used to be pretty big, but i lost weight to join the army. I went from 270 to 217 in 5 months, by actually working out and eating healthy. It's not impossible and there are no excuses. Anybody who says its in their genes, is full of it. My whole family is huge, but it just takes legitimate effort, instead of saying you did.
User avatar #125 - nevrit (11/03/2013) [+] (2 replies)
You can be fat or even an alcoholic and I have no problem with that. When you start acting like a prick, that is when the problem starts. Everybody deserves respect until they act like little ***** . OP sounds just like ex alcoholics that feel they can judge every other alcoholic out there.
User avatar #130 to #125 - weenieandthebutt (11/03/2013) [-]
Well I was a former fatty back in highschool, bottom of the P.E class, picked last, ridiculed, school nurse showing grieve concern about me. You name it. I'm not blessed with a fast metabolism nor am I an ectomorph bodytype in nature either, yet I've lost all that weight since. Even developed a bit of muscle and abs in the process so for fat people just to be normal slim, there's no excuses.

I don't look down on fat people as bad people but as far as sympathy goes, I can't help those who don't help themselves. I understand that you should treat them with a bit of dignity but as for respect, it's earned. They can do whatever the **** they want with their own bodies but they're not entitled to attraction and society doesn't owe it to them to view them in that way as such.
User avatar #98 - ramerez (11/03/2013) [+] (2 replies)
I am fat and i totally agree, nothing angers me more when people say "Aww you're just big boned"

"NO I ******* LOVE KFC!"
User avatar #96 - admiralshepard (11/03/2013) [-]

Page after page of crazy fat people . . . . It's almost funny.
User avatar #93 - hudis ONLINE (11/03/2013) [-]
I feel that alcoholics and junkies deserve sympathy, at least. I've met enough of both to understand how miserable many of them are, how much they hate themselves and how hard they wish they could fight themselves loose. But sometimes it takes more than tremendous amounts of discipline and willpower. Humans are social creatures first and foremost, and without others' support, you can't expect people to have either discipline or willpower.
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