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#39 - anon (08/23/2013) [-]
******* **** , I hate fat people who act like this!
I'm a girl who is around 5 foot 3 and I weigh at least 220 pounds. But I have something special, it's called logical thinking:
~I don't dress like a slut, that's disgusting
~I do go to the gym, but just to work on weight lifting (over coming an arm injury, I have to get the lifting abilities back, long story) and to run a bit (so I can run for more than 3 seconds without getting winded as **** )
~I don't get upset that dating is hard for me, it's not their fault, it's mine, I get it
~I don't think I'm incapable of working, I know that I can, being fat only limits me for being a super model or an athlete, really... I can handle work
~I don't think I'm special, or that I have a disease

Please just know that yes, while a decent amount of fat people are like these assholes in the picture, but not ALL of us are. Some of us have common sense.
User avatar #148 to #39 - tittentei (08/23/2013) [-]
What pisses me off is the "I'm fat, it's impossible for me to lose weight" and "it's not my fault that I'm fat" mindsets. It's nice to see you're not like that anon.
#104 to #39 - martialnorris (08/23/2013) [-]
you just caused a lot of rage
you just caused a lot of rage
#47 to #39 - popeflatus (08/23/2013) [-]
But not enough common sense to put down the ******* fork?
#54 to #47 - angelusprimus (08/23/2013) [-]
Did you know that your type of personality is in psychology books?
People who attack strangers for no other reason but that strangers are a part of a group that has been deemed acceptable targets. Its done by desire to elevate yourself by putting someone down and seek attention and approval by your peers.
It commonly comes with low self esteem, lack of personal success and is often accompanied by sexual dysfunction.

I'm really sorry bro.
#58 to #54 - klutzyspy (08/23/2013) [-]
and you pretty much just did the same to him
#111 to #58 - anon (08/23/2013) [-]
No, he attacked him with reason. This is a classic scenario, e.g. you have to moan at a bunch of moaners to make them stop moaning, which makes you a moaner like them. Though someone has to do it, the fact is the person telling people to stop moaning is right and the moaners are wrong.
#60 to #58 - angelusprimus (08/23/2013) [-]
No, he attacked her for no reason. She wasn't rude, she wasn't arguing, she wasn't doing anything.
He didn't attack her because of something she has DONE, he attacked her because of something she IS. Because attacking fat people is ok right now, and he expected people to support him and think he is funny.
I went after him because of what he has done. Because I don't like bullies and because behavior like that IS caused by low self esteem and lack of personal success.
He should stop it and work on his own self image, because low self image and bullying habits will give him a really ****** prospects in life.
#63 to #60 - klutzyspy (08/23/2013) [-]
he just asked that with all her understanding of the problem, she hasnt considered not eating so much.
#66 to #63 - angelusprimus (08/23/2013) [-]
If his sentance was phrased like this "Maybe you should eat less and stop being overweight" I'd agree.
But he went after her deliberately being rude and hurtful. That is not same thing and you know it as well as i do.
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User avatar #57 to #54 - cleverguy (08/23/2013) [-]
you just did the same exact thing, so.....
#62 to #57 - angelusprimus (08/23/2013) [-]
You will note that I didn't go against acceptable target.
I went against acceptable target, fully aware I will get ******** of red thumbs, because there is a lot of people who think being rude to fat people for no reason is a good thing, and they cure their own insecurities that way too.
User avatar #64 to #62 - cleverguy (08/23/2013) [-]
"I didn't go against acceptable target."
"I went against acceptable target"

#65 to #64 - angelusprimus (08/23/2013) [-]
Typo, i ment unacceptable.
User avatar #67 to #65 - cleverguy (08/23/2013) [-]
how is he an unacceptable target?

you said it yourself, you saw him as someone with self esteem, personal success, and sexual issues.

from all angles, you're still a dick
#68 to #67 - angelusprimus (08/23/2013) [-]
Acceptable and unacceptable targets, in psychology, has nothing to do with what you are, aka your behviour, its about being part of a group society has deemed an ok target.
For example, back in the nineties smokers were deemed acceptable targets and they were being extremely rude to, even though they were just smoking quietly outisde in fresh air, and people didn't just accept that, they condoned it.
Now its fat people. They are free to be attacked, the acceptable targets.
While bullies will be protected from responciblity for what they are doing to fat people, defended by people who think similar to them, and that makes them unacceptable targets.
User avatar #70 to #68 - cleverguy (08/23/2013) [-]
you viewed him as psychologically below you and targeted him for insecurity. doesn't seem to different to me.

and now it seems like you're trying to call me a bully for calling you out on it.

just to clarify something, the comment was pretty rude, but unhealthy shouldn't be condoned, so not being accepting of the lifestyle of overweight people isn't necessarily a bad thing. same goes for smokers
#71 to #70 - angelusprimus (08/23/2013) [-]
1: I acted on his bullying, not on his personality or group membership. I called him out on his ******** . That's it.
2: I am implying that there is a reason you came to his defense in less then 5 minutes from me posting. If you had more noble motives, I'm glad to see internet is not filled with exclusively with dickheads.
3: I absolutely agree. But shaming those people, being rude to them and hurting them is contra productive. Most young people who are fat are fat because they have emotional problems they are hiding by overeating, since overeating produces dopamine.
Shaming and hurting them just makes them eat more, so people who are bullying them are not helping, they are making problem bigger.
User avatar #73 to #71 - cleverguy (08/23/2013) [-]
1. "It commonly comes with low self esteem, lack of personal success and is often accompanied by sexual dysfunction."
these are not nice things to say to people. you spout crap about bullying, bu you're pretty much doing the same thing, no matter how much semantics you use to try and say you're not.
2. i was just scrolling through and saw the comment. i had a one-sentence reply. i wasn't rushing to anyones defense, i just put in my two cents. i didn't say he was right, i said you were being a dick.
3. okie dokie then
#77 to #73 - angelusprimus (08/23/2013) [-]
1: yes. Rude thing to say to be sure. But true it really is like that, and when people are aware that their behavior comes from a bad cause, they might, just might, change it.
I'll give you that I should have left the sexual disfunction out. That was me putting in an uncessary jab.
2: That's cool.
User avatar #101 to #77 - cleverguy (08/23/2013) [-]
"But shaming those people, being rude to them and hurting them is contra productive."
"Rude thing to say to be sure. But true it really is like that, and when people are aware that their behavior comes from a bad cause, they might, just might, change it."

practice what you preach
#136 to #101 - angelusprimus (08/23/2013) [-]
Do we have different medicines for different diseases or does everyone just get a general medicine?
Shaming people who are hurting themselves by trying to deal with emotional problems through self harm, overeating etc. is counter productive.
On the other hand bullying comes from desire to seek approval through cruelty and setting yourself over someone.
Pulling them down, BECAUSE OF THEIR ACTIONS is pretty much only way to make them stop. Because it gives them exactly opposite of what they were trying to achieve.
And do you understand the difference between going against someone over what they are and going against someone over what they DO.
When somoene is cruel, mean and hurtful for no reason, they should be called out upon it. They are not victims, they are bullies. There is a difference.
User avatar #188 to #136 - cleverguy (08/23/2013) [-]
"It commonly comes with low self esteem, lack of personal success and is often accompanied by sexual dysfunction."
"They are not victims"

#80 to #77 - popeflatus (08/23/2013) [-]
My vagina works just fine
#82 to #80 - angelusprimus (08/23/2013) [-]
Good for you.
You are still crude, cruel bully.
I hope you do something about it.
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