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User avatar #36 - CrazyWhiteGurl (08/23/2013) [-]
I'm 5' 9'' and 250 pounds, manage to work an eight hour shift six days a week, (on my feet no less, I'm a cashier)

How the **** did they get away with saying they were too fat to work? I know employers discriminate against fat people but JEEZ.
#59 to #36 - klutzyspy (08/23/2013) [-]
why does a cashier stand up?
User avatar #40 to #36 - zdawg (08/23/2013) [-]
Hell, I'm 5' 11" and 350 and I lead an extremely active lifestyle, dear god.
User avatar #49 to #40 - CrazyWhiteGurl (08/23/2013) [-]
I was trying to say that it isn't impossible for fat people to work, especially something taxing like being on your feet for the better part of 8 hours.

Some of the English folks here said the lightest was roughly 260 pounds in imperial measurements (Yankee me doesn't know what a stone is teehe) So I was shocked that they were using the "too fat to work card"

I could understand if they were LITERALLY at landwhale status where they'd need scooters and **** , but they seem like "normal" fat people (aka the kind that can walk and function normally society)
User avatar #50 to #49 - zdawg (08/23/2013) [-]
I completely understand, I was adding to your comment. As a large person I walk all over campus, it's about 1/2 - 1 miles to each class both way, I work out frequently, and also have practices for my particular "sport"

It seems pretty crazy to me that people are getting benefits just for being a little larger, for gods sake there are people twice their size doing great work
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