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#489 - thatkiddonovan
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(06/15/2013) [-]
It's not about saying that being obese is beautiful   
   
It's about letting those people know that they aren't ugly, ******, disgusting people just because they're overweight. Because without self-confidence they'd never find the drive to change.   
   
It's not saying Fat = Beautiful its saying Skinny ≠ beautiful. That you don't need to be really skinny to be pretty.
It's not about saying that being obese is beautiful

It's about letting those people know that they aren't ugly, ******, disgusting people just because they're overweight. Because without self-confidence they'd never find the drive to change.

It's not saying Fat = Beautiful its saying Skinny ≠ beautiful. That you don't need to be really skinny to be pretty.
#530 to #489 - harryblazer
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(06/15/2013) [-]
its also a health concern. you dont have to **** on fat peope but jesus christ dont eoncourage it either
#534 to #530 - thatkiddonovan
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(06/15/2013) [-]
Exactly.

It's not like its being encouraged, it's just that people with those problems have enough self confidence issues already.

And for people to take their lives into their hands they have to have confidence. That's what I meant.
#449 - jorah
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(06/15/2013) [-]
I'm a fatass and I'll be the first to tell you how ugly fat chicks are and how disgusting fat is.
#275 - Shiny
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(06/15/2013) [-]
Calling being fat what it isn't is one thing, but that shouldn't be your only judgment of a person's character.
#260 - bokkos
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(06/15/2013) [-]
It doesn't matter what you consider beauty to be because every culture and every person in that culture has a different opinion of what's attractive and what's not. All you can say is "Everyone has their own standards of beauty", because nothing is really considered beautiful by everyone.
#641 to #260 - vrthbvyfa
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(07/27/2013) [-]
A lesson well learnt from saya no uta. ;p
#270 to #260 - vrthbvyfa
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(06/15/2013) [-]
Although there are general biological rules. I'm not saying everyone obeys them absolutely and all the time.
#293 to #260 - thatsdrfryetoyou
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(06/15/2013) [-]
don't tell me that **** don't stink because someone has a ****** up sense of smell
#142 - conordalymcr
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(06/15/2013) [-]
Why not let people consider whoever they want beautiful?
But I kind of agree. You shouldn't glorify obesity.
#128 - delphine
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(06/15/2013) [-]
Irony: Jonah Hill used to be obese (though I bet skinny jonah isn't nearly as funny as fat jonah)

Mkay, here's the scoop. The whole world doesn't OWE it to you to be attractive and thin. You think it's ugly to be fat? That's fine, you are perfectly entitled to that opinion. Keep it to yourself. Calling someone ugly because they're fat is not going to help them be healthier.

No matter what your size is, you have to be comfortable with yourself and love your body no matter what. You only get one, so there's no point in hating it. That said: if you love your body, you should take care of it by staying active and with healthy foods.

If you lose weight, do it for yourself, do it to be healthy, because you owe it to yourself. Not because some little prick called you ugly. (although spite can be a wonderful motivator)

Source: former fatty
#136 to #128 - anon
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(06/15/2013) [-]
You're a former fatty, right? Meaning you saw something wrong and changed it? The post is saying that you shouldn't call the obese beautiful because it encourages people to not try to make themselves healthier. It never said anything about it conforming to OP's sense of beauty.
#218 to #128 - weenieandthebutt
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Former fatty here too as well who is now trying to become muscular and tone up. I agree with most things you say but if a person's body image poses a health problem, it shouldn't be sugarcoated with all those ******** white lies encouraging them that they're beautiful. It's true that you should love your body for what it is but other people shouldn't feel obliged to feel the same way about yours, especially those you are trying to attract. As a realist, I adapt to the world for what it is, not for the way I wish for it to be. Even when I lost weight and became normal slim, I still couldn't attract girls or get laid. I've been going into bodybuilding since in order to get girls and if it was entirely up to me, I'd rather be a lazy **** who eats whatever I want but the world doesn't work that way where it accommodates to my needs. If you wanna attract people or contribute towards the gene pool, you've got to pick up some slack and make an effort.
#138 to #128 - lolfire
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(06/15/2013) [-]
The fatter someone gets the more likely they are to cost society as a whole.

E.g Taking up doctors time, filling precious surgery space. Being generally slower and less energetic so whoever employs their fat ass suffers. Plus extra weight on airlines which as we're seeing, airlines are not going to charge extra if you're fat. You don't owe it to yourself to become thinner, you owe it to society. And that is why the very thought of being fat or being near a fat person causes a person to feel disgust. Society mentally programs you to despise fat people and it's done for a reason. Fat people are nothing but a drain on the society they are in.
#361 to #138 - sabcy
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(06/15/2013) [-]
Mr. angry guy, stop being p.o.'d
Mr. angry guy, do I have to bite you on the butt-tox
#460 - anon
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(06/15/2013) [-]
5'11 240 pounds 20. I lost 50 pounds over the previous year. Some one should have ******* told me I was fat in high school.
#437 - anon
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(06/15/2013) [-]
I'm not fat.
#427 - ineedafeeder
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#598 to #427 - yulster
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(06/16/2013) [-]
This makes me cry, such a cute face and you do that to yourself... but I guess that it's way easier to just be a fat ass rather than exercise...
#344 - haxorman
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#342 - donaldducksdick
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(06/15/2013) [-]
Tbf I am partial to liking and banging the more weighted woman.
#337 - paradoxrocks
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(06/15/2013) [-]
I'm just confused on who actually does this.

But there is a line between improving someone's self esteem and encouraging an unhealthy life style. The problem isn't that people think fat is ugly. The problem think that skinny is beautiful, which leads to being the opposite of skinny being the opposite of beautiful.
#315 - anon
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(06/15/2013) [-]
But beauty is subjective. In reality there are some people who find fatness to be beautiful. it actually used to be the standard of beauty for women before the Industrial Revolution.
#258 - vanoreo
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(06/15/2013) [-]
Being "not fat" can be beautiful

We have enormous standards for beauty nowadays

It's gross

Obese people take the "everyone is beautiful" message as "YAY I CAN KEEP EATING AND BE MYSELF"

No

Just be the best you you can be
#246 - mutzaki
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(06/15/2013) [-]
If you legitimately think it's beautiful, and you don't care about the person's health, go ahead. If your friend is obese, doesn't want to look that way, but is not doing anything about it, try to motivate them to lose weight, since it's for their best. If it's a random obese person you don't know, just don't say anything.
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#221 to #205 - joshlol
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(06/15/2013) [-]
If we make fun of them on funnyjunk I don't think they'll mind
#159 - hauntzor
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(06/15/2013) [-]
******* this.   
   
I'm so sick of every single girl who apparently isn't society's definition of "beautiful" being told that they are anyway by others in order to give themselves a sense of worth.  This goes for ugly people as well.  My question is, what's the point of being attractive?  Is being aesthetically beautiful so important to humanity that we have to reinvent the criteria just so that the girl with the ********* face that she got from a birth defect can feel better about herself?   
   
What's so bad about being ugly?  Being ugly never detracted from anyone's intelligence or personality; you know, the things that actually make a person who they are because the beauty aspect is only a fleeting matter as it is, no matter what human being.
******* this.

I'm so sick of every single girl who apparently isn't society's definition of "beautiful" being told that they are anyway by others in order to give themselves a sense of worth. This goes for ugly people as well. My question is, what's the point of being attractive? Is being aesthetically beautiful so important to humanity that we have to reinvent the criteria just so that the girl with the ********* face that she got from a birth defect can feel better about herself?

What's so bad about being ugly? Being ugly never detracted from anyone's intelligence or personality; you know, the things that actually make a person who they are because the beauty aspect is only a fleeting matter as it is, no matter what human being.

#570 to #159 - anon
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(06/16/2013) [-]
Biology.
#135 - optimussum
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(06/15/2013) [-]
I prefer girls with a bit of meat on them



Only a bit though
#133 - anon
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(06/15/2013) [-]
**** man i can't run a mile without taking a break, i'm 6'4" around 300ish pounds
#131 - anon
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(06/15/2013) [-]
Maybe we should say they're not beautiful yet y'know? Not putting them down, but also encouraging them to at least get a little bit in shape.