Level 150 Comments: Faptastic
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|#348 - You raise a very valid point, and though it comes across a lit…||06/10/2013 on Ok||+1|
|#102 - Used to work out at a gym, but I've been a little more relaxed…||06/10/2013 on Every new year||+4|
|#231 - I was morbidly obese for a long time. I would go to school, ge…||06/10/2013 on Ok||+2|
|#181 - It's really not. I work out regularly, but if I didn't have my… [+] (4 new replies)||06/10/2013 on Ok||+5|
#341 - anon (06/10/2013) [-]
It really is. I'm glad you work out and your brother is a good person for motivating you but you need to get some self motivation. He wont be there forever, you have to want it, and the problem is a lot of fat people simply just don't want it enough and that's they're fault. They're weak minded and soft and need to man the fuck up. Stop acting like a little insecure girl OH EM GEE PEOPLE ARE JUDGING ME! Toughen up, people will always judge you, give them one less reason to. Don't want to be judged? Lose the weight. Until then, you deserve to be judged.
#718 - anon (06/11/2013) [-]
And until you stop being the biggest asshole I've ever seen, you deserve to be judged too.
#775 - anon (06/11/2013) [-]
I'm fine with being judged and labeled the bad guy. It's worth it. If I didn't want to be judged i'd stop telling it how it is. I'm too honest with people. Call me an asshole, it doesn't hurt as much as a fatass being called fatass.
#348 - thoughtbubble (06/10/2013) [-]
So, yeah, you're right, people do need to man up. I just think that people need a "brother", someone, to give them that push they need.
|#16 - That slightly grimy fingernail...||04/29/2013 on How not to wash clothes||+3|
|#349 - Good point, I didn't really think about the war so much as I t…||04/13/2013 on Why can't all leaders be...||0|
|#53 - Fantastic story, thanks for the laughs. Thumb for you...||04/13/2013 on bloody mary||+14|
|#32 - Picture||04/13/2013 on troll mum||+7|
|#103 - Assuming he meant what you're saying he meant ("good lead… [+] (5 new replies)||04/13/2013 on Why can't all leaders be...||+8|
#156 - breakfastlunch (04/13/2013) [-]
Franklin D. Roosevelt is an example of an excellent leader, if you want one.
#349 - thoughtbubble (04/13/2013) [-]
#260 - anon (04/13/2013) [-]
First of all, Hitler did only stop the great depression for a while, at the end of WWII the Reichsmark was completely worthless. Second, the thing about the industries...
Those only became as big as they are, because after the war all of the industrial tech was either destroyed or taken by the allies, so everything had to be rebuilt or repurchased, and therefore now every single piece of industrial equipment used in germany was state of the art.
#202 - bigmanfifty (04/13/2013) [-]
Cuba would be better off if it weren't blockaded by America.
Roosevelt is a leader that can exist in America, because America is at a certain stage / type of socio-economic development. Please don't make your solution: 'be like America, right now' because that's not practical.
|#30 - Comment deleted||04/13/2013 on How men think||0|