USA FACTS. . LOVE THIS COUNTRY'. WHO LOVES GIRLS'.. We're Than A lot. Just saiyan.
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User avatar #7 to #6 - emagehtmai (07/26/2011) [-]
I'm actually happy you commented on my OC haha. Don't worry Canada is awesome. You should do a fact thing about Canada! :D
User avatar #11 to #7 - Kodylol (07/26/2011) [-]
User avatar #12 to #11 - emagehtmai (07/26/2011) [-]
Why won't you?
#9 to #6 - spyronos (07/26/2011) [-]
Uh Oh Canada alert
User avatar #5 - mikakalyptus (07/26/2011) [-]
**A lot.

Just saiyan.
User avatar #1 - TehGirman (07/26/2011) [-]

(Yes, i'm from the U.S. too.)
User avatar #2 to #1 - emagehtmai (07/26/2011) [-]
So, you agree with me?
User avatar #4 to #2 - TehGirman (07/26/2011) [-]
Pretty much, although if I was 2 pounds lighter i'd be anorexic.
User avatar #8 to #4 - boundlessbrunette (07/26/2011) [-]
perhaps you mean if you were two pounds lighter you would be underweight or something along the sort....anorexia is a mental illness, not a physical one that one 'obtains' from a set weight.
User avatar #10 to #8 - TehGirman (07/26/2011) [-]
According to my doctor and gym coach, I would be, i'm just quoting them.
User avatar #13 to #10 - boundlessbrunette (07/26/2011) [-]
oh ok, I understand. You're one of *those* americans. Gotcha, I assumed you might be slightly more educated. S'okay.
User avatar #15 to #13 - TehGirman (07/26/2011) [-]
1. I am educated on the subject, I have actually taken courses revolving around subjects such as it.
2. I only refer to myself as it because I am called it by others, I do not actually think of myself as it, which is why I use said term, and I actually did have a similar mindset to an anorexic at the time I was referred to it, and while I do not have it now, I retain the weight from it.
3. It is EXTREMELY rude and EXTREMELY moronic of you to assume you know my education level because of two sentences. If I were to do something like that to you, I could easily degrade you to a second grade level education because of your grammar slipups.
4. Before you respond, should you choose to, think carefully, I do not like fights over the internet, and the only reason I respond is because it bothers me when people do things like you did.
5. I do not intend to be rude, I am just defending myself. If you take offense, that is understandable, but I am willing to be friendly.
User avatar #16 to #15 - boundlessbrunette (07/26/2011) [-]
Perhaps harsher than needed on my behalf, but I shall explain my opinion then as well. It stems from seven years spent fighting anorexia nervousa myself. Months upon months spent at recovery centers where I lost many 'rights' I normally would have, like what I was allowed to consume. It was a very harsh period of time, that unfortunately left me in a position where I will not be able to have children and haunts me often. Years down the road, fully healed I feel, it is very annoying to see people toss around the word 'anorexia' as it is often not used in the context it should. From experience, I see it lightly tossed about and not taken for the seriousness of disease that it deserves. From the post, I assumed that your thoughts of anorexia is as someone who is more tiny than the average person. Claiming anorexia or an anorexic state is meant as a mental diagnosis, and anorexia is very commonly used as a physical trait description when it is not. When people misuse it as such, its infuriating to me because on a personal level, it feels 'underplayed.' It is quite infrequent that people understand the severity of it, which was the case assumed here. I think that will sum it up well enough for me, but now if I may *gently* mention....perhaps if you speak of grammatical error, it would be wise to check you own as well?
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