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#1 - manbearpiglet (08/17/2013) [-]
User avatar #119 to #1 - nuaden (08/18/2013) [-]
... I didn't see the cat the first time so it looked like it came out of her ass.
#3 to #1 - flemsdfer ONLINE (08/17/2013) [-]
She's perfect just the way she is because I could watch THAT all damn day
#106 to #1 - anon (08/18/2013) [-]
fat privilege
#32 - iamphoenix (08/17/2013) [-]

User avatar #40 to #32 - landartheconqueror (08/17/2013) [-]
******* fat chicks....

i've hated obesity for a while, but this just takes the cake
#54 to #40 - anon (08/18/2013) [-]
I ****** hate obese people. A little bit over weight disgusts me, but i HATE obese people.

They KNOW they are getting way too big, but they DONT DO **** about it. Then they complain about their problems and want other people to accommodate them... when it's their own ****** fault

truly disgusting, me and this stories Jerome have a common bond.
User avatar #131 to #54 - landartheconqueror (08/18/2013) [-]
and there's fat chicks that complain that no one finds them attractive, or complain that they can't get any hot guys, and think that they're totally the sexiest ****
#35 - weenieandthebutt (08/17/2013) [-]
I can understand the implications of fat shaming, how it's not nice to discriminate or be a complete critical dick towards them where lowering their self-esteem isn't exactly going to motivate them but at the same time, society doesn't owe it to them to deem them 'attractive' nor should I ever be obliged to. Even with highstreet clothing lines such as Abercrombie and Fitch, if you want to wear their clothes, lose some weight, simple. The world doesn't cater to your needs or expect to hand you everything on a silver platter. Just as how the federa-wearing, socially awkward betas aren't regarded as attractive, the same applies to fat women.

People love to deem evolutionary dynamics as ******** , they insist to throw the cultural and social-constructionism argument based on the so called media's 'oppressive ideal standards of beauty'. It's true that society and culture does play a part on the perception of human attraction but being fat is only desirable in places such as the third world where food is scarce or time periods such as pre-20th century where being fat implicated that you were quite rich, had plenty of food and came from a high social background. Now, any old poor smuck can be fat and it's just the embodiment of being lazy, unhealthy and completely careless with your own body.
#68 to #35 - augustusxxiv ONLINE (08/18/2013) [-]
Eloquently put, thumb for you kind sir.
Eloquently put, thumb for you kind sir.
User avatar #76 - srskate (08/18/2013) [-]
Fat shaming is about as bad as shaming smokers. Interpret that as you will.
#102 to #76 - anon (08/18/2013) [-]
Not allowed to be fat in public places and before the age of 18?

That's good.
#82 to #76 - anon (08/18/2013) [-]
Literally reduces cancer? Check.
Encourages tourism and romance? Check.
Vocal minority claims oppression but won't do anything about it? Check.

I have to agree with you on this one.
User avatar #120 to #76 - bannon (08/18/2013) [-]
When you put it that way, that's completely accurate! I'm a smoker and for me, the shame is brought on when I have to sit outside a pub and have a smoke, no matter what weather it is. But that's the choice I have made knowing the consequences of my risk.

However, in a smoking designated area, we live like Kings. Like Kings dammit! Where we laugh and cough and cough and laugh!

But seriously good point man! And I can kinda see where people use the term addiction when talking about eating too much.
User avatar #89 to #76 - slugnugget (08/18/2013) [-]
smokers dont make we wait in disney land queues long because they cant hold their own weight to walk around which consequently means they get to claim disability and get entry privileges because they ride scooters.
User avatar #90 to #89 - srskate (08/18/2013) [-]
It was more along the lines of that they are both personality choices that are vastly unhealthy and then conversely saying someone has "thin privilege" is like saying someone has "non-smoker privelage."

True, but smokers used to dirty the air when they smoked inside of places. Then we here in Maryland illegalized it.
User avatar #91 to #90 - slugnugget (08/18/2013) [-]
you're not allowed to smoke in public places in most countries now.
User avatar #92 to #91 - srskate (08/18/2013) [-]
I wasn't entirely sure of the scope so I stuck with Maryland. I figured it'd be better to be certain.
User avatar #112 to #92 - negrocop ONLINE (08/18/2013) [-]
I smoke, but I have never personally smoked within 5 feet of anybody that isn't a non-smoker. I made my choice, and they've made theirs, and I respect that. And the only time I smoke indoors is if I'm alone at my house early in the morning if its cold outside.
User avatar #113 to #112 - negrocop ONLINE (08/18/2013) [-]
And I don't bitch about all the drawbacks, I just live with it. My choice, my consequences.
User avatar #116 to #113 - srskate (08/18/2013) [-]
But is smoking considered a disease?

I should really say, I'm not trying to damn smokers here, because honestly every smoker I've personally known was pretty cool and behaved as you do. I'm saying being fat should be treated like smoking.

It's your choice
The consequences are yours
Don't talk to me about my "privilege" because I do not follow you.

So in conclusion: I agree with you and your beliefs
User avatar #117 to #116 - negrocop ONLINE (08/18/2013) [-]
This whole "privilege" crap is just that. Crap. It's really some stupid concept to try and make others feel bad for their own ****** decisions.
User avatar #118 to #117 - srskate (08/18/2013) [-]
User avatar #123 to #118 - negrocop ONLINE (08/18/2013) [-]
You have a good day sir.
#125 to #123 - srskate (08/18/2013) [-]
You too good sir.
#56 - freedomreturns (08/18/2013) [-]
And I thought I'd never get to post this.
#33 - dwarfman (08/17/2013) [-]
That's a fine specimen of a sperm whale yeh got there.
#83 - anon (08/18/2013) [-]
People are talking and thinking badly of me, because of my weight.
How can I make people realize it's not okay to speak badly of other peoples appearances?
Oh I know, I'll talk trash about every person that isn't overweight, and just assume their weight determines their personality as assholes.

- The logic of people believing the "thin privilege" ******** .
User avatar #85 to #83 - mayormilkman (08/18/2013) [-]
Some of the posts on the "This is Thin Privilege" blog seem to be like jokes, yet it's serious.
#8 - Kanoah (08/17/2013) [-]
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#107 - anon (08/18/2013) [-]
Just going to make a notice that everyone's example is only "fat women/girls/chicks/bitches/female/etc." Fun Fact: Men can be fat too? Also another fun fact, yeah being obese can be changed with diet/exercise/etc. But once fat is stored, that **** is ******* there and is very hard to get off. I myself included in this, but with high calorie products being cheaper and more easily accessible than healthier choice foods; on a low budget it is very hard to EAT RIGHT. Aside from ****** food, sometimes when you shame people that makes them even more self-conscious and their self-esteem is even lower; making them feel afraid to go out and exercise. If you want people to get better, stop treating them like their less they are worthless and have no feelings, besides eventually we might just turn around and eat your face on a fat-frenzy.
User avatar #41 - oneeyedfreak (08/17/2013) [-]
This whole social justice has come to the point where I'm literally demanded to admit that "fat rolls and stretch marks are beautiful". I'm not even paraphrasing it. It's from a blog post I read. Those who do not find obese (not chubby, obese) women attractive, those, who don't enjoy looking at them of the beach and men, who don't have a desire to have sex with fat women are fat-shaming bastards who deserve to die.

What troubles me just a bit is that obesity epidemic, which is a very real thing, imo, is being treated as something society made up to degrade overweight people. It's a slippery slope. How soon people on fat-mobiles who are too overweight to even walk will become an inspiration for every lazy **** out there?
I don't fancy the human race going the WALL-E scenario in the next few decades.
User avatar #51 to #41 - reaperriley ONLINE (08/18/2013) [-]
the issue I find is that this new being obese thing is okay is something that grew out of a movement that women with curves are beautiful and such. You know, the ones that have a large hour glass figure and maybe a bit on their stomach. Since society at the time was blasting that unless you were supermodel skinny you were ugly.
User avatar #52 to #51 - oneeyedfreak (08/18/2013) [-]
They are pretty, tho. The chubby ones. And they are pretty healthy too.
But then there are those, who complain that they can't fit on a regular chair in a bus and it's somehow society's fault, not theirs. I'm not even kidding. I'm pretty sure that when chairs become too small for you, you should probably change something about yourself.
User avatar #53 to #52 - reaperriley ONLINE (08/18/2013) [-]
Well, on that note.... I have issues fitting in most chairs.... and that's because I am 6'6" and 280 lbs. (Everyone thinks I weigh 200 lbs)

I cant really hack off my legs can I? Hahaha.

But I get your point, when one ass cheek takes up a chair by itself, its time to stop bitching and fix yourself.
#42 to #41 - barteleiff (08/17/2013) [-]
I completely agree, but you should know that it's ALOT of girls that have stretch marks even though they are not fat. Me for example have them, but that's just because I got really tall really fast, but I'm not overweight. So it's actually good to learn that stretch marks are normal. Just saying
I completely agree, but you should know that it's ALOT of girls that have stretch marks even though they are not fat. Me for example have them, but that's just because I got really tall really fast, but I'm not overweight. So it's actually good to learn that stretch marks are normal. Just saying
User avatar #44 to #42 - oneeyedfreak (08/17/2013) [-]
Honestly, I've never seen stretch marks irl, and I go the beach and the gym and the pool.. I actually found out about them for the first time a few months ago. But they don't damage your health, unlike fat, cholesterol and other stuff we can get from eating bad food.
They may damage you smooth pretty skin, but I'm sure there are ways to make them go away.
User avatar #46 to #44 - barteleiff (08/17/2013) [-]
They are often on a girl's butt \ thighs \ boobs, so they are probably covered up when you are with girls on the gym or somewhere like that. But yeah, they don't damage your health like fa
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User avatar #48 to #41 - weenieandthebutt (08/18/2013) [-]
The 'big is beautiful' and fat movement (most ironic name) social justice is even more ridiculous than third wave feminism.
User avatar #43 to #41 - PedoBearFTW (08/17/2013) [-]
I completely agree. If I say something along the lines of "I like being skinny", I get hate from everyone. According to the public/media, since I don't have stretch marks, a big tummy, large boobs, or any kind of rolls, I'm not a "real woman". They say they're born naturally "thick" and like being big, but if I say I'm naturally born thin and like it that way, I'm shaming everyone who isn't as "privileged" as myself.
User avatar #50 to #43 - weenieandthebutt (08/18/2013) [-]
As a former fatty, I was picked on a lot at school and even my family were concerned about my eating habits. I lost weight later on in my life. During my earlier uni days, I was this typical wimpy skinny-fat kid who was not regarded highly and often shunned by women. Because of it, I was incredibly insecure about myself and wanted a ************* change.
That's when I decided to get into weight lifting. Because of it, I was stigmatised by my family and friends as being obsessive and being treated like as if I was odd and physiologically impaired. Some people seem to try to brand me as some sort of shallow douchebag for wanting a good body, eventhough, I just want self-confidence and the ability to be good enough in the eyes of a girl. It seems that healthy living carries a much more negative stigma than living an unhealthy lifestyle.
User avatar #63 to #41 - lindow (08/18/2013) [-]
Well about a decade ago (Longer perhaps?) any girl who wasn't showing off their skeleton was deemed fat, what we have now is just the movement that put an end to that going too far the other way.
Society seems to suck at balance, it's usually just one extreme or the other.

Also I find stretch marks and scarring on a healthily thin girl hot, there's usually a story behind them.
User avatar #122 to #63 - zorororonoa (08/18/2013) [-]
what a strange fetish you have...
User avatar #65 to #41 - youarenotspecial (08/18/2013) [-]
That **** drives me crazy. Morbidly obese people are a huge strain on our medical resources, but if anyone points that out, then they are fat shaming. A lot of the woman that I've witnessed in the "body positive" movement are highly superficial and only interested in parading bodies like their own- not all bodies, like they claim.

I once found a forum for fat supporters full of morbidly obese people who cried discrimination whenever their doctors told them they need to lose weight. Strangely enough, they all had medical issues that are connected with obesity. TOTALLY UNRELATED THO.
#57 - frysfrys (08/18/2013) [-]
**frysfrys rolled a random image posted in comment #9 at The 12th Doctor ** Obese piece of ****
User avatar #79 - capinsquiggles (08/18/2013) [-]
I don't have a problem with fat people as long as they're trying to get healthier or have a legitimate medical problem preventing them from losing weight.

Just like how I don't care if a person is black unless they're a ****** .
#110 - anon (08/18/2013) [-]
i may be fat but i dont want special treatment. i want sweet tea and bacon mac n cheese
User avatar #59 - Sasher (08/18/2013) [-]
....when did the term "thin privelage" become a thing?
User avatar #73 to #59 - angelmatvey (08/18/2013) [-]
That... that's a thing?!
User avatar #75 to #73 - Sasher (08/18/2013) [-]
I hope not
#67 to #59 - laxwarriord ONLINE (08/18/2013) [-]
When fat people were able to move their chins far enough down to utter the words
#93 to #67 - anon (08/18/2013) [-]
I hope no one actually thinks a fat person started the "thin privileged" ******** ,it was obviously created in satire by thin people making fun of fatties complaining,you'd have to be retarded(like most of the people in the comments taking this seriously) to believe this isnt a parody.
#130 to #93 - laxwarriord ONLINE (08/18/2013) [-]
shhh, i was getting thumbs before you pointed that out

But yeah you are right, its more likely someone started it as a joke, but it was probably taken seriously by the larger population so they could use it against them
#97 - brokenboulevard (08/18/2013) [-]
Oh, Fat people.
Oh, Fat people.
#108 - trigondarkthree (08/18/2013) [-]
I stand
because that's my excercise for the day.
User avatar #24 - mcfattyfatty (08/17/2013) [-]
Help, I've fallen and I can't get up!
User avatar #27 to #24 - technoplasm **User deleted account** (08/17/2013) [-]
Help! I've fallen and I can get up, but I'd rather stay here and bitch about thin privilege!
#58 to #27 - letdemrustle (08/18/2013) [-]
^ found the fatty
User avatar #74 to #58 - technoplasm **User deleted account** (08/18/2013) [-]
where do you get the idea that making fun of fat people who claim to be at a societal disadvantage indicates that i am overweight?

User avatar #71 to #58 - technoplasm **User deleted account** (08/18/2013) [-]
wait are you serious?
#78 to #71 - anon (08/18/2013) [-]
Probably not.
User avatar #124 to #27 - zorororonoa (08/18/2013) [-]
Society created these floors to trip us fat people!
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