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#19 - anonymous (06/23/2013) [-]
Can we stop trying to feel pity for fat women? In the vast, vast majority of cases, it's their own fault for being fat.

Seriously, fat women. Do something about it. Get off your lazy fat asses and exercise.

Stop trying to shame the men who are ignoring you for doing so. It's our biological imperative to seek healthy looking women to ensure our offspring have the best chance of survival.

Take responsibility for your own inaction and lose some god damn weight.
User avatar #137 to #19 - elcreepo (06/23/2013) [-]
"Healthy looking women"

That varies from society to society. In ancient times the bigger you were the more likely you were to survive childbirth.

There's an entire village out in **************** who actually deems obesity to be EXTREMELY attractive in women and who even force feed their girls to be big.
#111 to #19 - anonymous (06/23/2013) [-]
Please die. I hate when nobody takes into consideration that some fat people have a disease from birth that has them gain uncontrollable amounts of weight.
#108 to #19 - anonymous (06/23/2013) [-]
Can we stop feeling pity for 'misunderstood nice guys' on the internet? In the vast majority of cases, it is their own fault for choosing to be creepy or a dick.

Seriously, random internet superheros. Do something about it. Stop pretending that dickish behavior behind a veil of anonymity is ok.

Stop trying to shame the girl you like for being nice to you, rather than 'hopping on the D'. It's our personal imperative to seek someone who's not a total tool with a completely warped view of themselves and society.

Take responsibility for your own asshattery, and loose the god damn attitude.
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Everyone has flaws. Recognizing them is ok. Not dating them, if they're a deal-breaker for you, is ok (goes for all the 'Friendzone' on here too). Mocking them endlessly and being a complete and utter ass about them is NOT the opposite of coddling. You can not support something without being a dick about it. Try to learn the rules of common societal courtesy and you'll have more luck with women.
#107 to #19 - anonymous (06/23/2013) [-]
Can we stop feeling pity for 'misunderstood nice guys' on the internet? In the vast majority of cases, it is their own fault for choosing to be creepy or a dick.

Seriously, random internet superheros. Do something about it. Stop pretending that dickish behavior behind a veil of anonymity is ok.

Stop trying to shame the girl you like for being nice to you, rather than 'hopping on the D'. It's our personal imperative to seek someone who's not a total tool with a completely warped view of themselves and society.

Take responsibility for your own asshattery, and loose the god damn attitude.
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Everyone has flaws. Recognizing them is ok. Not dating them, if they're a deal-breaker for you, is ok (goes for all the 'Friendzone' on here too). Mocking them endlessly and being a complete and utter ass about them is NOT the opposite of coddling. You can not support something without being a dick about it. Try to learn the rules of common societal courtesy and you'll have more luck with women.
User avatar #74 to #19 - monkee (06/23/2013) [-]
Generally when a woman is jealous of another women's position she will complain about them. This is well observed in female social situations. Just because it's over weight doesn't change this. You get the same amount of woman complaining that one of their acquaintances is too thin as you do too fat. Women are also aware of this. This is called 'bitching'. This is one of the reasons I prefer male friends, but I digress. The difficult part of this is trying to decipher whether an individual is releasing steam, bonding with other women or genuinely being horrible. There's a lot of jokes surrounding the issue that woman do nothing but complain, and this is partially true. It is proven that bitching builds closeness between women and allows for trust and openness to build. I think it's idiotic that you're building trust by abusing that of another person, but this is apparently how it works.
#35 to #19 - steavo (06/23/2013) [-]
Oh jeez, so much hard truth in this comment thread.
User avatar #31 to #19 - delphine (06/23/2013) [-]
I don't think most fat women are trying to shame men for not finding them attractive. That's not the issue. I think they're trying to shame men who are being rude about it. If a guy doesn't find someone attractive, nothing wrong with that. He likes what what he likes. But some guys can be real dicks when it comes to women they don't find attractive.

Personally, I am not attracted to guys with no muscle, because I am an active person and want someone who can keep up with me and enjoy hiking and kayaking and stuff. But I'm not going to insult those guys just because I don't find them attractive.
#139 to #31 - anonymous (06/23/2013) [-]
Fat people could still keep up with you on that kind of stuff........
I'm fat, not really fat but have some extra meat on me, but I am really athletic. I hate when people assume because I'm a little more round than them that I can't do anything physical. I am 5'7 and 190lbs. I run a mile in 6:30. Not the best mile, but good for a fatty. I could keep up with kayaking, hiking, stuff like that.
User avatar #144 to #139 - delphine (06/23/2013) [-]
I never said anything about extra fat... An active lifestyle is what's important, a few extra pounds don't matter to me. Like a lot of football players, some of them look like they're carrying extra weight but a lot of that weight comes from muscle.
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#73 to #34 - ylegrand (06/23/2013) [-]
WARNING:

SEVERE STEREOTYPING
User avatar #43 to #34 - pdvamp (06/23/2013) [-]
I am what most would consider a fat and ugly woman. I do no try to shame other women for being skinny... Some people are genuinely fat due to genetics. My father is tall and fat.and so is all of that side of my family. I am also pregnant and after the baby is born I will be trying insanity. The only time I ever say anything about weight is when someone else brings it up. Like my sister in law thought she was fat so she went on a diet where she did nothing but drink juice. I said "Oh please, you are not fat! I am!" she said "No your just pregnant!" Which is true after the baby is born i will drop about 20 lbs right there and be back down to a size 16
User avatar #145 to #43 - delphine (06/23/2013) [-]
Ew, I've tried that juicing fad diet... Couldn't do it. I'd get so hungry without carbs. But juicing is an easy way to get your fruits and veggies.

Also, congrats on your baby
#146 to #145 - pdvamp (06/23/2013) [-]
Thank you here's a random picture for your kindness
User avatar #40 to #34 - delphine (06/23/2013) [-]
I'm one of the fat girls who got off her ass and did something about it so I'm not just spouting crap here. Having been on both sides of the weight spectrum, it's tough to change life habits, especially if you've been chubby since childhood. Usually those girls who shame thin women are trying to feel better about themselves. Deep down they know that being overweight makes them unhealthy and unattractive to most people, but it is much easier to blame your problems on the world than to fix something about yourself.

I'm against shaming anyone in general, because it's not constructive. It's the reason why a lot of heavy women (and men) avoid places like the gym. When I first started changing my life habits, instead of encouragement there were guys laughing and making snide comments about me in the gym when I'd go to exercise. Making me feel shame never helped me get in shape. Spite did, though. Now I'm thin and can run laps around most of those same guys and they wonder why I won't give them the time of day.
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User avatar #46 to #41 - delphine (06/23/2013) [-]
Well then that's their own problem and they'll just have to struggle on their own.
It's not just a problem with women either. I have a male friend who does weightlifting all the time, could probably bench press three of me. But all he eats are carbs and protein (won't eat any fruits or veggies), he will down an entire large mac and cheesy bacon pizza and four beers by himself in one sitting. He wonders why he's still over 300lbs and gets offended if I suggest he eat more fresh produce.
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User avatar #49 to #48 - delphine (06/23/2013) [-]
Nope. That's just his diet, he's not in athletics.
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User avatar #54 to #51 - delphine (06/23/2013) [-]
No. He's not. He's not a tall person and is morbidly obese. He wants to lose weight, and thinks that weightlifting is sufficient exercise to do so and doesn't need cardio or a change of diet. He's always eaten like that, I'm friends with his sister and she's never seen him eat any fruit or vegetable except maybe potatoes. Everything is greasy, and it's also why he has such bad BO.
#62 to #54 - anonymous (06/23/2013) [-]
Explain to him that building muscle is not the same as burning fat. Get him to do cardio and he'll start losing weight in no time.
User avatar #143 to #62 - delphine (06/23/2013) [-]
I know he would but we've tried, his sister and I. He says cardio is for girls. We've also offered to cook for him-- protein rich meals that have better nutrition than greasy pizza. Won't touch it. :/ He's a stubborn one.
User avatar #105 to #24 - cptfox (06/23/2013) [-]
check out there tv shows on youtube i cant rembere the name but 1 had something furry in it
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