She Needs a Time Machine. .. Damn... The more I look at it, the more I feel bad for her... She Needs a Time Machine Damn The more I look at it the feel bad for her
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #2 - bluckets
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Damn... The more I look at it, the more I feel bad for her...
#6 - ilikeafros
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i'm feeling feels i've never felt for fat people before
User avatar #10 to #6 - vanoreo
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Sorry for being somewhat irrelevant, but I was compelled to make this joke:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=E6sqA9QtV5I
User avatar #3 - jimboismynameo
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big girls need loving too.....and you can ride them a lot harder than skinny girls.....probably why they were more popular in the middle ages and such.......men were not afraid to give big girls the nailing they deserve




maybe im just horny and need to fap
#4 to #3 - alkassim
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I would think that being 'fat' or rather well-nourished would have been a sign of wealth and health in the middle ages, whereas today with abundance of food it is considered lazy and unhealthy.
User avatar #5 - codyxvasco
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Aw, I actually felt for this. She seems like one of those sincerely kind fat people, not the I HAVE MORE RIGHTS BECAUSE I'M HEAVY fat people.
#130 - iseeafaggot **User deleted account**
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Wow I can't believe the ******* comments on this post. They're all saying how this woman is beautiful and how they'd treat her like a goddess and they feel sorry for her yet if this were related to **** they'd be going on about how the chicks who post on **** are so fat and ugly.
Wow I can't believe the ******* comments on this post. They're all saying how this woman is beautiful and how they'd treat her like a goddess and they feel sorry for her yet if this were related to **** they'd be going on about how the chicks who post on **** are so fat and ugly.

User avatar #148 to #130 - Icedangel
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It's easy to be heartless without context.
User avatar #136 to #130 - CoolStoryBrosky
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Welcome to the internet. I, for one, try to be consistent though.
#135 to #130 - trollins
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<----- every **** camwhore ever
#77 - TheGoddamnBatman
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Several hundred years ago, Women with soft, pale skin and high amounts of body fat were considered to be attractive. Voluptuous women like this were seen as well fed and usually of a higher class, since the wealthy could afford more quality foods and commodities and usually did next to no physical work. Women with tan skin and a slender or muscular frame were viewed as unattractive, since those traits were associated with people who served as lower class laborers.
#143 to #77 - anon id: e4bf8a53
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The more we know, the less it matters, if the context is completely ******* different.
#160 to #77 - dafunkad
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actually not really, most peple didn't like ovrerweighted women but a liked them bit more than skinny, people tend to think what you just said because many great painter such as pierre paul rubens used to paint fat naked women, if you look at most queens and important ladys in the 2nd millenium XI to XVIII,most f them will look like rather skinny women. (i said most of them not all)





(I' not english, apologize for the grammar part)
User avatar #81 - bec
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Also, what the f**k is up with everybody thinking that weight is 100% to do with appearance? Get over your inflated ego for just one second and think about what will happen in the future. Do you think your kids will appreciate growing up without a parent because you die early of a heart attack? Do you think you'll enjoy riding around in a scooter while your healthier friends enjoy life? Sure, cheeseburgers are tasty, but are they worth the diminished quality of life you'll experience when you're older? If so, have fun with your diabetes while I'm travelling the world, skiing, swimming and playing with my future kids.

Okay rant over.
User avatar #87 to #81 - CoolStoryBrosky
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I really doubt the men in the content were laughing at her because of her statistically higher probability of getting diabetes. Call me crazy.
User avatar #147 - Icedangel
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I've been overweight for a while.. When I was younger I was bullied horribly (beat up for drawing lines in the dirt) because I had undiagnosed autism and never knew how to interact with people. My parents were drug addicts and didn't care what happened to me.

So one day I chose not to go outside anymore. I was 11 years old and had decided the world was a bad, scary place, and that I never wanted to go out again. And I didn't. For five years I hid inside, away from the beatings, the name calling, the exclusions. Until this point I was a normal weight, very slim and strong.

Five years inside builds up. My work was homeschool, my only companions were by the internet, my care was my own, and I didn't mind it one bit. The weight that I gained was a lot, but the habits were worse. After five years my weight ballooned into the 230+ mark. When we moved and I was forced back into the outside world I was alone again but this time I was fat.

I carry my weight like I would a scar. I chose to hide from the torment and I accept the weight as my own burden. I don't run around b'awwing about my past. I've stayed healthy, blood pressure, heart, and strength are all just fine.

But still I'm treated as if I'm only a number on the scale. I don't even get any form of human respect. I'm referred to as 'it' instead of she. People glare at me whenever I eat. Snide comments, remarks, and jokes about my weight are something I live with everyday. It doesn't matter that I've lost weight. It doesn't matter how smart or strong I am. How I try to be kind to everyone. Nothing but my weight is looked at.

All I am is a number on the scale. I don't even get a chance to show them otherwise.

User avatar #154 to #147 - tittysugar
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I feel bad, terrible story and all especially with the autism seeing as I've been diagnosed with that ******** but truly don't believe the doctors but whatever. Main point is, what and to who are you trying to prove? Stay strong brotha, and keep living and surviving and **** cause someday you will come out on top. BTW if you're trying to figure to cope with the whole awkward feeling you get when you talk to people (I know the feel) just look around, those people are 10x more awkward and it took me a couple...few...some years to figure it out. You must look outside yourself.
User avatar #159 to #154 - Icedangel
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For me... I can't read facial expressions. Anything more then the standard :) :( and >:( are beyond my grasp. I have to rely on tone and body language to try and communicate. I don't understand the concepts of social constraints.

Why do this, why not to do that? Should it matter if I have a paint stain or two on my shirt? Why shouldn't I wear clothes too big for me? I like the roomy feeling. Whats wrong with needing to touch the walls as you go by? I also have an involuntary sway. I rock back on forth without any control.

But below my flaws. My ticks and quirks, and even my number, I'd like to think I'm a good person. The friends I have, the very few who gave me the chance, have loved me dearly and never once regretted being by my side.

My only point is to look below the surface and give people a chance. You might just find the heart of gold buried under that stupid little number.
User avatar #161 to #159 - tittysugar
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Yes exactly that, very similar to my code as to not **** up. As long as you are a good person, good things should happen and if they don't well then just don't be a dick and continue being good. Dude write a book cause you got a back story and **** and you kinda got a way with words, title that **** something about being a number. Make bank from all the people buying your book, get on oprah, then hire a helicopter crew to literally drop a steaming pile of **** on the town of the ***** that bullied you. Profit? In all seriousness you seem like a decent guy and shouldn't overly care of the little things you do like touching a wall as you walk by or not knowing how to read peoples expressions cause half of em are fake anyway. Like a said just be a good dude.
User avatar #164 to #161 - Icedangel
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Don't be a dick is pretty much my motto. I think may religious people would fair better if the Bible was renamed 'Don't be a dick: Ten ways not the be a dick.'

Thanks though. You seem pretty awesome yourself, it's nice to be treated as a person for once.
User avatar #168 to #164 - tittysugar
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Ha hell yeah, **** all those people who look down on you or anyone else and don't let their negative vibes influence your internal feelings. Ima knock out now but it's been a good conversation on FJ for a change. Peace.
User avatar #153 to #147 - Skrufymunky
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That's the beauty of the internet and everything associated with it. You can be you and no one would give a ****, ideally, if you're fat, skinny, tall, short, guy, or girl. I'm referring to actual communities, not cancers like these ones.
User avatar #155 to #153 - Icedangel
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It's sorta funny, really.

The people who know me the most and truest are the ones who have never seen my face.

And yet the people who remain completely oblivious to my existence, to my being, are those who sit across from me, day in and day out. Seeing me everyday but never wanting to know me.
#157 to #155 - Skrufymunky
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I'd like to think i'm not a bad looking guy, and by no means ugly. It's funny, but when I sit in class, i don't even want association with these people. People that put on makeup and buy clothes to fit social norms to fit in, being someone they aren't to avoid ridicule from others. I prefer those on the internet sadly. At least they aren't afraid to express their opinions.   
   
You can only go so far without face to face contact though. Hopefully things turn for the better, and you find others like you to converse with.   
   
pic related. it's how i feel when sitting in class.
I'd like to think i'm not a bad looking guy, and by no means ugly. It's funny, but when I sit in class, i don't even want association with these people. People that put on makeup and buy clothes to fit social norms to fit in, being someone they aren't to avoid ridicule from others. I prefer those on the internet sadly. At least they aren't afraid to express their opinions.

You can only go so far without face to face contact though. Hopefully things turn for the better, and you find others like you to converse with.

pic related. it's how i feel when sitting in class.
User avatar #162 to #157 - Icedangel
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I don't really have the concept of social constraints. Nothing seems odd to me, so I don't really have a 'view' of what people are supposed to be. I don't have the ability to really class things as 'ok' and 'not ok'.

My view towards the world has literally been shaped by the people around me. Unfortunately, as much as I try, I will always give the same responses to the same situations unless the people involved make it very clear that the situation is different. For example that fun little game of 'Lets invite her to a date/party and see if she shows up! Then laugh at her for having emotions an ****!' kinda screwed me up.

Even if I were asked out, I wouldn't recognize it at anything more than a sick game. I've been right about the set ups 95% of the time, though.

People are assholes, man. I can only be thankful for the few people who did take a stand for me.
User avatar #163 to #162 - Skrufymunky
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Where the hell do you live, asshole ville? That "game" just doesn't even happen where I am, and especially not to your magnitude of being able to set up a percentage.
User avatar #166 to #163 - Icedangel
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I've moved to several assholevilles. It's happened at least once a month, every month. Birthday parties, graduation parties, dates, and some people even go as far to say 'You look pretty today... Jk you're ******* ugly.'

I never have any response to that. I guess beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
User avatar #173 to #166 - Skrufymunky
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Well that sucks. It never struck me that there were more assholes outside of california, unless that's where you are now. Chin up is all i guess. I'm playing WoW, and it's cool. Nobody cares what you are or who you are, and can just play and talk with people like they're "friends."
#101 - rellergert
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This right here gave me a goddamn feel.
User avatar #116 to #101 - sladee
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every time i look at this comic i feel bad
#76 - trollins
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I don't respect fat people because they don't work for their bodies.
User avatar #79 to #76 - CoolStoryBrosky
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Why should they feel the need to?
User avatar #82 to #79 - bec
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My dad had a heart attack at the age of 48. Go ask him, he'll tell you.
User avatar #84 to #82 - CoolStoryBrosky
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Why should them having an apparent disregard for their own health command your disrespect? Why is it any of your business how healthy they are? We should love them for their beauties, not shun them for their vices. It is a dangerous way, friend.
User avatar #92 to #84 - bec
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It's my business because I nearly grew up without a father.
It's my business because my taxes support the healthcare of these people.
It's my business because I live in a society where living a greedy, excessive lifestyle is supported and even encouraged for the sake of not hurting anybody's feelings.
User avatar #93 to #92 - CoolStoryBrosky
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You are making very, very broad generalizations there. From what you saw in the content, you deducted that the woman there is greedy, and living an excessive lifestyle? That is just simply unrealistic. Generalizations are a VERY dangerous thing. It is a sadistic, twisted mindset that one has to have to assert that it is their duty to torment a group of people based on a physical trait because of taxes. No. Learn to accept and love all. This is the way, friend.
User avatar #126 to #92 - duhqueenmoki
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What happened to your dad is awful but it's no excuse to bitch about people being overweight.

Just because someone is fat does not mean you pay their medical bills, they probably pay their own through their insurance. Granted this isn't always the case, but still, you don't freakin pay every fat person's bills.

Secondly, those who are overweight tend to be the POOR because cheap food tends to be unhealthy. Those who are rich often are not as fat because they can afford gym passes and healthier, more expensive, foods.

Think before you mindlessly list off your stupid reasons.
#80 to #79 - trollins
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To be healthy.
User avatar #83 to #80 - CoolStoryBrosky
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Why does them not having a drive to be healthy command your disrespect?
Let's look at it from a different perspective. As a teenager, I read classic literature and studied philosophy -- reading the works of Plato, Nietzsche, and the like. In a sense, I was constantly exercising my mind. Should I disrespect others who didn't enjoy reading? Of course not. We are all different yes, but we are all the same. We need to embrace this paradox and reach a certain level of understanding from that. I hope some day you understand, friend.
User avatar #85 to #83 - trollins
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That's different. Reading can be a want.

Health is a need.
User avatar #86 to #85 - CoolStoryBrosky
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Why is health any more of a need than elevating your mind? There's more to living than just surviving.
#88 to #86 - anon id: d85e7a16
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Name 1 thing.
User avatar #90 to #88 - CoolStoryBrosky
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Establishing a better grasp of the functioning of the universe around us. Making life better for everybody. Learning to live with an open mind, to perpetuate acceptance and love over discrimination and hate.
#103 to #76 - duhqueenmoki
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My friend is overweight because he has some kind of medical condition, like an actual medical condition. I don't remember what it's called, but quite frankly your comment is completely a broad generalization and is no better than racism.   
   
YOU ASSUME WAY TOO MUCH.
My friend is overweight because he has some kind of medical condition, like an actual medical condition. I don't remember what it's called, but quite frankly your comment is completely a broad generalization and is no better than racism.

YOU ASSUME WAY TOO MUCH.
#145 to #103 - fwex
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**** you xD

As far as gland problems go, "0.3% of the general American population have overt hypothyroidism, and 4.3 % have subclinical hypothyroidism."

Now lets look at the percentage of obese americans: " In 2010, the CDC reported higher numbers once more, counting 35.7% of American adults as obese, and 17% of American children."

So, if you care to see further on en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Obesity_in_the_United_States , obesity rates are steadily climbing while the percentage of hypothyroidism grows in tiny increments with the total population size (as is expected)

Thereby we can make the educated assumption that obesity is a growing problem because of moral decay and an increase in the availability of junk food.

Lets do some math now. The population in america in 2010 was 308,745,538, now lets be fair and take the percentage of obese adults which is 35.7%. That means that there are 110,222,157.066 overweight/obese americans. Now lets take out the 0.3% of clinically proven cases of hypothyroidism (in other words, the fatties who have an excuse). That 0.3% = 330,666.471198 have hypothyroidism. Lets minus that from the total amount of obese people, that gives us 109,891,490.594802 overweight/obese americans WHO CHOOSE TO BE THIS WAY.

Yes, lacking self-discipline is a choice.

User avatar #174 to #145 - duhqueenmoki
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For some it probably is a choice, a misguided one.

But what about the poor who are overweight not because of choice but rather to stay alive? The poor who make a meager income and can't afford to buy expensive healthy food? It's a known fact that Americans who are obese tend to be low income families. The "National" problem you speak of needs to be fixed at an economic level, and you can't always blame the person.

Obesity IS a growing problem, a result of the poor economy I think.
User avatar #123 to #103 - trollins
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I didn't say that I don't respect people with those kind of conditions.

Who's assuming way to much?
User avatar #124 to #123 - duhqueenmoki
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No I'm not.
Because this would be you:

You see a fat person walk past you at the grocery store. You instantly don't respect them. You don't know if they're working for a thinner body. You don't know if they have a medical condition. All you know is that you don't respect them. You've judged them before you've gotten to know them.

You're an asshole. You think you're treating them how they deserve but you're not, you're just being an asshole.
#125 to #124 - trollins
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I wouldn't respect them until they tell my if they have a condition.

That is that.
User avatar #127 to #125 - CoolStoryBrosky
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Why do you feel it your duty to judge people though? Who are you?
#128 to #127 - trollins
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Better than them.
Better than them.
User avatar #132 to #128 - CoolStoryBrosky
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Based on IQ, I am placed in the 99th percentile for intelligence. Should I look down on everyone for not being as intelligent as me? NO. That's called being a pretentious asshole.
#137 to #132 - trollins
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Look down on the commoners.

For they shall never improve if they don't know what's wrong with them.
User avatar #150 to #125 - Icedangel
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So, if I'm ever eating a hamburger and I get scowls and glares from people I should launch into my life story about how I would get beaten by my classmates for being mildly autistic (undiagnosed) and degraded to an 'it' instead of she, so I hid away in my house for 5 years while my meth addicted parents spent so much time being completely out of it they forgot they had a kid for a year?

People like you only see me as a number on the scale. It doesn't matter who I am. I could be the pope and you wouldn't even give me the chance. You'd probably cut me off before I could even get anything out and tell me that you don't care.

Or, more like the other 45% of people, tell me I'm ugly and nobody will love me. Or how about another game of 'Lets ask out the fat girl and laugh in her face if she says yes'.