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User avatar #28 - cullenatorguy (11/01/2012) [-]
I don't want to sound like an ass, which I probably do, but being overweight isn't really something to accept into your life and be proud of. People say, "You're being yourself! That's great!" but it really isn't. Overweight people, like I used to be, should not accept their fat. Start eating healthier, force yourself to run/walk/whatever the **** you're comfortable with a day and gradually build off of that. I sound like an arrogant prick at the moment, sorry. I don't mean to be a douche.
#60 to #28 - thehumandirigible (11/01/2012) [-]
Are there many complications to being overwieght? Oh, there are many! Belive me, I know what my weight is doing to me! I can feel it!

Do I want to change? Sure, someday! I'm taking it one step at a time, as you said. But I'm not gonna worry about it.

Do people notice me alot? Sure! I get kids all the time saying stuff like, "Hey, look at the fat man!" Or teens and adults like, "You like to eat, don't you? lololol" But I try not to let it bother me. It's natural to be shocked by something different from time to time.

Do I think I should hate myself for being overweight? ABSOLUTELY NOT. And I also do not hate other people who are overweight. Do I have my concerns for myself and others who are overweight? Definitely. But I'm not going to TELL people what I personally THINK they should be doing and look like. Everybody is different. And nobody should down another person, no matter what the physical ailment might be. (Unless you're a murderer, pervert, pedophile, or physical abuser. **** folks like that, they deserve every bashing joke and comment they get)

Thanks for the concern, though! I'm still getting past 2 years in which my parents divorced, 3 people I was close to died, mother and sister started dating crummy boyfriends that threatened harm and abuse, etc. Getting my happiness on first. :)
User avatar #68 to #60 - cullenatorguy (11/01/2012) [-]
I can't comprehend what you're going through, sorry for the unneeded comment.
#70 to #68 - thehumandirigible (11/01/2012) [-]
No worries! No harm done, no offense taken!

Carry on, fellow junker of Funnies!
User avatar #66 to #60 - vmandude (11/01/2012) [-]
my response: DON'T YOU KNOW WHO I AM? I'M THE ************ FAT MAN, ************ !
#54 to #28 - anonymous (11/01/2012) [-]
I guess you don't mind people coming up to you in person and telling you everything they think is wrong with you and how they think you should fix yourself, right? I don't know why you or anyone else thought it was your job to go ahead and start insulting this person just because he posted a picture of himself for Halloween... He posted it to be funny because it's Peter ******* Griffin... He didn't post it for you to go on a ******* rant about how he should fix himself.

People like you = Why we can't have nice things.
He wanted to make a ******* Halloween post and assholes like you just had to **** on him because you're hiding behind a ******* screen, maybe you should grow the **** up and work on the way you approach people along with learning how to keep things to yourself. There's a time and a place for giving advice and that's when someone ASKS for it. Jesus ******* Christ.
User avatar #69 to #54 - cullenatorguy (11/01/2012) [-]
Anon, shut your mouth. While the comment was unneeded, I wasn't a dick. I was as nice and respectful as possible with only the health of OP in mind. I understand what it's like to be a large guy and tried to offer some friendly advice.
User avatar #67 to #54 - vmandude (11/01/2012) [-]
shut up, anon.
User avatar #39 to #28 - galkawhm ONLINE (11/01/2012) [-]
There's people out there that have a fetish for being fat. Like myself.
User avatar #65 to #39 - vmandude (11/01/2012) [-]
too bad you aren't a woman...le sigh
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User avatar #31 to #28 - mericaisgreat (11/01/2012) [-]
i completely agree with you, but if you happen to have the fat on halloween, im really glad he put it to good use.
User avatar #29 to #28 - vmandude (11/01/2012) [-]
Some of us can't lose weight so easily. I used to ride a bicycle 6 miles to work and 6 miles home 5 days a week every week. I still weighed nearly 300 Lbs. My fat is just a part of me, and that's that.
User avatar #32 to #29 - dingojohn (11/01/2012) [-]
I hate to break it to you, but you can spend as much time on a bicycle as you want to. but unless you change your diet, **** ain't gonna change. The fat is only a part of you to some degree... But definitely not all the way up to 300 lbs...

I suspect that at 300 lbs, you have quite the calorie intake. Now start riding your bike to work again, and then eat healthier and probably in smaller quanttitites.
If you want to be healthy that is, otherwise, just stay as you were.
User avatar #40 to #32 - vmandude (11/01/2012) [-]
single response to you and cullenatorguy ....i also have pretty bad depression, which also hinders weight loss. iv tried the eat healthy thing...i can't do it. i'm allergic to a **** ton of healthy foods, and that severely limits my choices.
User avatar #56 to #40 - dingojohn (11/01/2012) [-]
Well, **** , that kinda makes everything more complicated!
I'm sorry, that really sucks. .

Best wishes mate !
User avatar #63 to #56 - vmandude (11/01/2012) [-]
yeah, i try to include healthy stuff in when i can...mixed veggies in ramen, tuna in mac and cheese, etc. so it just is what it is. as i said, my fat is a part of me. both my parents were fat, my brother is fat, and im fat. i can still beat a skinny mofo in a running race...gravity can be a fat guys best friend when he knows how to use it ^_^ so im not complaining.
User avatar #30 to #29 - cullenatorguy (11/01/2012) [-]
Running man, that **** hits you like a brick, and that brick takes all the fat with it when it bounces off your now rock-hard abs. It takes a long time to get into the habit. Biking doesn't do much, it keeps you healthy and gives you strong legs, but it doesn't burn fat. Eating healthier and less also helps. When I was fat I stilled lived with my parents, so it was hard not to eat all the junk food they bought for the whole family. You, however, seem to live on your own. You can buy the food and when you get hungry at home, all you have to eat is the healthy **** you bought.
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