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Fat people are not people I

Hello everyone. I go by Aristodemus, although that is not my real name, and I have been asked by BitterHappiness and Fat Slayer to post on this blog whenever I could muster the time to. This post, if you read the title, is about why I do not treat the overweight as humans, or even consider themselves my equal. It may seem obscene, bigoted, or illogical at first, but continue reading.

Technically, mankind is all genetically united and one species. Black or white, tall or short, thick or thin – we are all Homo Sapiens. Based on this alone, many would argue that a human, no matter who they are, should be treated fairly and justly. And I would agree, but I do not believe fairness is equal for all humans. I believe that is someone chooses to, say, rape and murder dozens of children, it would be fair to reciprocate with the most strict punishment imaginable. It is righteous, or justified, to treat them like filth. Because that’s what they are and their actions have proven this.

But where do those people with just a bit too much adipose tissue come into this? I don’t accuse them of murdering and ravaging children, but I do believe that their actions, which are displayed through their gluttonous appearance, justify treating them like animals. But what exactly does that mean? It means that whether or not treatment is inhumane is now irrelevant. Violence, torture, public shaming – all of this is justified.

You may still think this is a bit silly, it took me weeks of deep thought to come to this conclusion and I now feel that I have been truly enlightened. I do not need to explain the process of excessive weight gain. If you break down to your primal urges and devour garbage incessantly, you will become fat. How can one expect to be treated as an equal human being as he constantly proves to be a sub-par human, because he has a lack of discipline and ambition, a clear willingness to lie to himself, a lack of dedication and drive, no self respect, and is full of selfishness and greed? This is not how a human acts.

A human is kind, intelligent, sets goals and achieves them. A human does often make mistakes, but he learns from them. A human loves to make mistakes because he becomes wiser, he knows a little bit more on how not to do something. A real human endures in hard times and comes out stronger than ever, wipes the blood from his brow, and charges at the opposition. A human shoulders and conquers pain, he does not give in to his urges, he does not shove trash down his throat.

Fat people do none of this. They cannot even take care of themselves. I have spoken to many people from all over the world. The most successful men, the men that display all of the positive characteristics that I listed above, the men that take life by the horns and wrestle it to the ground… these are the men that say “She must be fit,” or “she must look good” when I ask them about women. That’s right. Although personality is certainly important and character does count, your body is a billboard that displays your character. And if you are overweight, you are deficient in character.

When I look for the truth I look to children. Children’s souls have been untainted by the lies and distortions of modern madness. Children, for example, are naturally aware of sex roles and the way the world works, they just lack experience to piece it all together. The men that know how to keep their inner child and mix it with strength, masculinity, and experience get the women. When a man is a child, he is at ease with the sexes, he will run around and play with a female, he will play with his trucks and other toys and face danger and excitement. These actions, when combined with the experience of age, are what successful men display.

Now what does this have to do with anything?

Children are the WORST (I should say, best) when it comes to “Fat shaming”

Children will openly call their teacher a fatty, right to her face. I’ve seen it happen, in my classes as a child. I went to three different elementary schools because my parents moved a lot. They would talk about the teacher behind her back, laughing at her. Mrs Hatmaker, my 2nd grade teacher, was well-known as Mrs Fatmaker. I don’t even remember the principle’s name, everyone called him Mr Chubby. The one obese child in the class had no friends. He would be attacked, ruthlessly, at the playground. He would cry all of the time. And this was righteous.

By puberty it seems humans hit the first moral bump in the road. They can face it like a true human, head on, balls-to-the-wall, and clear it with ease. Or they can hit it and veer off course, crashing into a ditch, losing the gift they were born with. They will lose their human essence.

Part II

  1. Bobtheob
    21 June 2011 at 12:13 am

    I hope this guy is kidding.

    • 22 June 2011 at 1:00 pm

      Why? So your fat ass can feel like you’re an actual person? Go to a fat apologist blog if you want your disgusting self to be coddled. Your inferior self is nowhere near my equal.

  2. Anonymous
    23 June 2011 at 10:58 am

    How about fat classical musicians? They surely have talent, discipline to practice for hours a day and characteristics without which their interpretations would sound dull.

    These people merely focus their efforts on a different aspect in life, music, rather than fitness. I know some of them, and the difference between them and “ordinary” lazy fatties is enormous. They contribute more to their workplace and social sphere than your average Joe.

    There’s probably plenty of other examples of fat people who have talent and passion for things.

    All wars begin by one people declaring another people “less than human” (or “less than us”).

    • 23 June 2011 at 12:17 pm

      I think you fail to realize just how easy it is to not get fat. You can sit on your ass all day and effortlessly not get fat. You won’t be ripped, but you won’t be fat. What about them? Are they fat? If so, what was said applies, no exceptions.

      But to be fair however, information on health and nutrition wasn’t as available back then and wasn’t as widely known. I am not knowledgeable on what they knew exactly, I’d have to look into it, but I’m quite sure they had the simple things like that widely understood.

      • 23 June 2011 at 12:47 pm

        All they knew back then was that if you ate too much, you’d get fat. They didn’t realize that eating grains and shit would play as large a factor in it as it actually does.

        And if you want to look at fat people of the past, go look at at various fat kings. They were generally self-indulgent and led their kingdom to shit thanks to their gluttony. You’ll notice how the best kings and leaders were the skinny and good looking, which only proves us right that it’s the best looking who are the most fit to lead.

        • Anonymous
          23 June 2011 at 2:14 pm

          Most of the cruel leaders all had mustaches (Hitler, Stalin, Khan, and son on). I suppose we ought not to trust men with mustaches, either?

          • 23 June 2011 at 4:58 pm

            If you can find some evidence that facial hair influences brain function then go ahead and post about it. I don’t need to explain how poor nutrition influences brain function, do I? Let’s see how well you can think on a diet composed of 100% potatoes.

          • 23 June 2011 at 9:43 pm

            Hey dumbass, mustaches are more a mark of culture. It’s always been that way and there is no evidence that how one deals with their facial hair has any implications about who they are as a person; only their cultural influences.

            Compare that to fatness which has NEVER been popular. You hear about those people who say fatness was desirable because it meant you were rich? That’s bullshit, and those people have always been ridiculed for thousands of years. Fatness has always been a marker of self-indulgence, and if you don’t believe that, go look at why gluttony is considered one of the seven deadly sins in Catholicism and why it’s looked down upon by so many other cultures.

            I don’t know why I try reasoning with such fat idiots like yourself.

            • Anonymous
              27 June 2011 at 2:35 pm

              Fat Slayer: You seem to have made a mistake in your eagerness to prove me wrong. Obesity is caused by “calories in” being higher than “calories out”, not by consuming more carbohydrates than fat, or more fat than carbohydrates or similar. You can be obese and still eat varied and get your necessary macro and micro nutrients. How do layers of fat, or the lack of exercise, influence the brain of adults? Please explain if you can.

              BitterHappiness: Feel free to disregard well-known historical social phenomenons as you please. If the facts do not compute with your philosophy, change the facts, right?

              I do not care what Catholicism regards as a sin or not, as I have sinned many times in my life without regret, and so have you. Ejaculating anywhere else than inside of a woman’s vagina is a sin and often an act of self-indulgence, too, but does that stop you? Arguments based on religious beliefs are in any case too ignorant to be taken seriously; I think you can do better than that.

              I don’t know why you assume that I am fat, but it is common behavior of angry little men to paint pictures of people who disagree with them as repulsive creatures… see what I did there?

              You don’t have to be a woman to argue against sexism, the same way it doesn’t take a fat guy to challenge your ego.

              • 27 June 2011 at 5:50 pm

                good job misunderstanding me. i never said eating a billion calories of fat won’t make you gain weight. however, the difference between using carbs as a source of energy and fats is that carbs generally come from shitty sources, such as grains, which add a host of problems. not only that, excess carbs causes insulin resistance. not only that, the shit tier sources of carbs cause a host of problems, especially ones that make the metabolism suffer, and degradation of many other organs. not only that, fats fro, sources such as healthy animals, butter, and lard come packed with many fat-soluble vitamins, vitamins that assist in nutrient absorption, increasing the growth of muscle and bone tissue.
                the amazing thing about fats is that they are more filling and nutrient dense than carbs, generally. thus it is harder to eat an excess of calories. of course one must eat carbs if they’re trying to gain mass, but only then. i suggest people stay around 50-100g of carbs per day for minimal fat loss and <50g for maximum, with fats making up to 80% of their calories.
                a sedentary individual can be on a high-fat, healthy diet and not gain any weight EFFORTLESSLY. with a high carb diet, as shown with the majority of americans, that really isn't too easy.
                excess fat, as i said multiple times, does not necessarily do anything to the brain (besides the fact that it increases estrogen levels and thus makes you a pussy faggot). however, the negligence and stupidity that brought you to the gluttonous state does have detrimental effects on the brain, as does lack of exercise. if you really feel compelled to find the answer, look up the effects nutrient deficiencies have on the brain. if you want to know how exercise influences it, it creates neurons (neurogenesis), it stimulates an influx of calcium, initiates BDNF, and more.
                the effects of exercise on the brain have been long documented.
                not only that being a fat pile of shit is a great measure of intelligence, because only a moron would allow it to happen to them.
                excuse the lower case i am on a phone typing this shit

              • 27 June 2011 at 10:22 pm

                Wow you really are stupid.

                I never justified anything I said based on religion. I stated the fact that it’s self-indulgence, WHICH IS WHY the Catholic religion and many other moral codes of various societies consider it bad. Does that really sound like I’m pulling the religious card? Holy shit you are fucking retarded. You display stupidity on the level of a true fat ass who can’t comprehend his ways and seeks to blame everyone but himself for it. This is why it’s safe to assume that you are more than likely fat.

                And what phenomenons have I disregarded? Oh wait, you’re just talking out of your mammoth asshole. Oh okay, I’m sure a lot of gross and disgusting things come out of that, I’ll let your bullshit slide this time…

                • Anonymous
                  28 June 2011 at 12:32 pm

                  Fat slayer: You make some good arguments here. There’s one thing you mentioned: Carbs making the metabolism suffer. Can you tell me more about this, and/or redirect me to links?

                  BitterHappiness: I see now what you meant, and why you choose to disregard the social phenomenon of obesity being common among the upper class.

                  Let us not forget that the bible was written and promoted by men of power, greed and hypocrisy. Like many other commandments, it is constructed to control the masses. Portraying indulgence and the joy of eating as a sin is an ancient religious political device, practiced so that the elite could take taxes from the commoners to live sedentary lifestyles themselves, without fearing the retribution of their people. This practice has been common thorough empires all over the world and history (some exceptions: empires where the leader was determined by fighting prowess), which is why you can correctly point at examples of fat shaming from all cultures.

                  The morals of culture are not necessarily more rational than the morals of religions, however, even when if the same moral maxim is universal. Those primitive tribes you see on documentaries? They are not naked; most of them wear a symbolic string around their waists. Every human civilization considers public nudity a taboo; nudity is not, however, a sign of reduced intelligence or health. It is merely considered “inappropriate”. (If you’re interested in why, this can be explained through evolutionary psychology; “monkey laws” and such.)

                  It took some re-reading before I understood your argument. Maybe if you did not litter your posts with hatred, arrogance and insults, you would find your rate of success at communication with other human beings to increase.

      • amonon
        13 July 2013 at 4:35 pm

        It depends – if your genetics are not as good in that regard, that IS sufficient. You just don’t move a lot, you eat “normally” maybe without paying too much attention to calories, and then… you get fat. And once you are, it may be very difficult to stop being fat.

        This “you really need to try hard and eat hamburgers all day to get fat” mantra of yours is *incorrect*.

  3. 28 June 2011 at 8:05 pm

    Anon you read my post wrong, please read again. I said the shitty sources of carbs make it suffer. Grains, legumes, sugary shit. All of those have detrimental effects on the body. I will actually ask you to wait for my justification. Within the next week or two these will all be touched upon as I will do a series of health related topics, and after that even more will be explained, in more depth. If you can’t wait however, for a quick summary I suggest this: http://tinyurl.com/65j2bca

  4. Bernard
    29 June 2011 at 5:49 pm

    Great post, Aristodemus. The one thing I take issue with is promoting violence against these subhuman cows. I know how you feel, though. I just got back from the grocery store, and we all know what that’s like. The urge to assault and murder fat “people,” however understandable and natural, should be suppressed whenever possible.

    If the anti-fat movement is going to gain momentum and actually change things, it’s important that we not give our adversaries room to pigeonhole us as a hate group.

    There is, of course, the question of how people who are unable to resist the urge to assault and murder fat “people” should be treated by the criminal justice system, and that’s why your post is so important.

    With enough public support, we can convince the courts to recognize the FACT that fat “people” and normal people are not the same. Then people will begin to recognize the violence that fat “people” invite against themselves as something that’s the result of a natural human urge. With a little luck, violent crimes and murders that are committed against their kind will be punishable with a minor fine.

    I’m not an advocate of the genocide of anyone, but I do recognize the need to rid fat people from society. I’d like to see fat “people” treated the way we used to treat retards and the insane. They should be housed in asylums in the middle of nowhere and neglected with the exception of food and weekly hose-downs.

    In the comments BitterHappiness writes, “Mustaches are more a mark of culture. It’s always been that way and there is no evidence that how one deals with their facial hair has any implications about who they are as a person.” In most cases, I’d agree. The exception is hipsters with ironic mustaches. They’re almost as bad as fat people.

    • amonon
      13 July 2013 at 4:48 pm

      “The urge to assault and murder fat “people,” however understandable and natural, should be suppressed whenever possible.
      If the anti-fat movement is going to gain momentum and actually change things, it’s important that we not give our adversaries room to pigeonhole us as a hate group.
      There is, of course, the question of how people who are unable to resist the urge to assault and murder fat “people” should be treated by the criminal justice system, and that’s why your post is so important.”

      Lol you’re all a bunch of delusional idiots. The only way you get to convince the “courts” of any such thing is if you get them to abandon all reason and morality (as has happened often enough in human history, and still goes on elsewhere).
      And then of course once that’s done, the path for introducing laws against people with other weaknesses (which most of you undoubtedly have) shall be paved – congratulations 😀

      I don’t have any such “urges” btw, and if I did I’d suppress them due to my basic morality (i.e. not being a sick fuck) and realizing that they stem from a dark, sub-human part of my psyche that should never see the light of day.
      Ironically, while people on this site seem to condemn “people who kill children”, guess what – those are “natural urges”, too, They’re sick, depraved and immoral, however, just as yours are. Why do you expect anyone who doesn’t share your sick nature to show understanding and accomodation to you, but deny it others? Another article on here said something about giving “child murderers” the strictest punishments possible due to them being “filth”, and I don’t see any reason why your “fattie killers” should get away with a fine instead of that?
      You don’t want to be labeled as a “hate group”, yet cite reputation as the only reason not to kill innocent people? Yea, good luck with that one.

      When all else fails, just remember – when you’re a sick, violent killer, YOU are the scum of society; no one else.

  5. amonon
    13 July 2013 at 7:55 pm

    “I don’t accuse them of murdering and ravaging children, but I do believe that their actions, which are displayed through their gluttonous appearance, justify treating them like animals. But what exactly does that mean? It means that whether or not treatment is inhumane is now irrelevant. Violence, torture, public shaming – all of this is justified.”

    Okay, so I may have missed the explanation why fat people should be treated like child murderers all of a sudden even though they’re not accused of being ones – but at least you give a pretty decent one why YOU shouldn’t be treated like ones even though you openly call for torture and violence!
    Oh wait.

    “If you break down to your primal urges”
    You mean like torture and violence?

    “and devour garbage incessantly, you will become fat.”
    What is “garbage”? None of us eats “garbage”, but many of us like some fastfood here and then I think – and while not quite as easy, “incessantly” consuming other caloric food that isn’t generally called “garbage” can lead to the same results, too; or, you know, really not doing anything special, just kinda lead a stationary lifestyle and not pay much attention to what you’re eating; some bad luck with your genes or other factors, bam, you’re fat.

    So, are those fat people who “haven’t” given in to any such urges still fair game, or do you exclude them? Oops. So I guess the whole primal urges thing doesn’t really matter does it 😀

    “How can one expect to be treated as an equal human being as he constantly proves to be a sub-par human,”
    What “par”? The only standard fat people don’t live up to, is being fit and thin. Unless your problem is exclusively with people who treat fat people as if they were thin people (whatever that’s supposed to look like), I doubt you have much of a point there – how thin/fat someone is, generally isn’t on top of the list of human qualities looked for in normal social interactions, when reasonably determining who gets what citizen/human rights (taken away from them), general worth to society / productiveness, or in productive members of society.
    There’s some aesthetical considerations, but that’s subjective; some pertaining to physical labor, but there’s plenty of important labor that isn’t physical; some stuff to do with health insurance, but there’s plenty of other people (like smokers; or people sitting on their asses all day programming code for your consumption, or producing technology) who pose similar problems.

    So yea, I’m afraid there really isn’t any reason to treat or view fat people as “sub-par” – only inside your hate-filled pea brain.

    “because he has a lack of discipline and ambition, a clear willingness to lie to himself, a lack of dedication and drive, no self respect,”
    None of those are requirements for being fat; simple indifference or even preference are sufficient.
    In the cases where that DOES apply, it only has to apply in that specific area – having to do with weight and fitness. How disciplined, ambitious or productive a fat person is in about ANY other department you can name, is entirely unrestricted.

    Then there’s plenty of other areas people (including the thin ones) can have major deficiencies in – other forms of addiction and laziness, lack of drive and ambition etc.
    Why leave them off the hook? Someone lacks ambition in… learning to jog 40 miles… or educate themselves in science… or come home from their cancer research and spend most of their free time on a computer cause they’ve got an internet addiction… omg allow violence against them!!1!1

    “and is full of selfishness and greed? This is not how a human acts.”
    That has nothing to do with weight you fool. It’s entirely independent. Selfishness and greed are traits of human character that are bad in themselves; they have no direct connection to being fat, and again, I don’t see you calling for violence against greedy people who happen to be thin, either 🙂

    “A human is kind, intelligent,”
    Well that would exclude you then, wouldn’t it.

    “sets goals and achieves them. A human does often make mistakes, but he learns from them. A human loves to make mistakes because he becomes wiser, he knows a little bit more on how not to do something.”
    Most of the time, if they achieve goals, and learn from mistakes to a sufficiently high degree, it’s not considered that much of a disaster if they fail to do it in all areas, especially those not enjoying high priorities in their lives.
    So if a fat person does all that but then remains kind of “flawed” in the weight department, guess what – same applies.

    “A real human endures in hard times and comes out stronger than ever, wipes the blood from his brow, and charges at the opposition. A human shoulders and conquers pain,”
    That’s just puerile, naive macho fantasy.
    Depending on the type and intensity of those “hard times”, they can as well break a human and make them weaker – and often, they won’t have any influence on whether it turns out that way.
    Even if they fail to do all that due to lack of will or something like that, all this implies is that if someone doesn’t come out stronger after enduring a hardship, they’re sub-humans who should be violently gunned down on the streets? Yea – I see millions of 1st world people rising up to support this totally moral and sane idea.

    “he does not give in to his urges”
    He does all the time – and in case those urges are harmful, they do mostly well if they give in only a bit 🙂

    “Fat people do none of this. They cannot even take care of themselves. I have spoken to many people from all over the world. The most successful men, the men that display all of the positive characteristics that I listed above, the men that take life by the horns and wrestle it to the ground… these are the men that say “She must be fit,” or “she must look good” when I ask them about women.”
    Okay, let’s imagine a scenario: a biased, spiteful bigot on the internet retells a personal experience of talking to a bunch of cool guys about how they like hot chicks, and thinks it’s a valid argument for declaring fat people to be “sub-human”.
    Do you
    1) believe them?
    2) accept their confirmation-bias-filled anecdote as representative evidence?
    3) see any meaningful connection between men’s sexual preferences and bullying / taking human rights away from fat people?

    If you answered yes on more than one of them, you’re retarded.
    Sexual preferences have NOTHING to do with this. Aside from the well known fact that fat men have somewhat higher chances with women than the other way around (if they’ve got personality etc.) – all it really means is that, well, if you’re fat you won’t get laid as much. Wait, what? How?!
    Also, that apparently success makes you like hot chicks (cause when you’re a down-on-your-lack college dork you do not), but not make you attractive yourself? It didn’t say anything about those successful men being thin themselves, did it?
    Neither did it say anything about whether they’d accept fat chicks as friends, or what they think about their fat successful guy colleagues – are those okay?

    “That’s right. Although personality is certainly important and character does count, your body is a billboard that displays your character. And if you are overweight, you are deficient in character.”
    Nah – all it displays is the part of your character that has to do with being thin, and even in that case it says nothing about whether you’re fat because you’re lazy, or like to eat, or addicted to candy, or simply like it that way / don’t care much.
    The last one is hardly a “weakness” of character at all, the others *are* weaknesses but only localized ones – and provided you’ve got some other positive qualities to balance it out, such as:
    -strength in other areas,
    -a really good PERSONALITY
    -you actually looking pretty good with that weight (yea, save for extreme cases that’s actually a rather frequent occurrence,
    nothing really prevents you from doing pretty damn well overall. Normal people will either not care that you’re fat, or simply go “eh, whatever, so he’s a smoker I guess” and accept it as an insignificant flaw.

    Yea, somehow this “if you’re fat that means your character sucks and everyone magically sees that” picture you’ve tried to paint looks insultingly simplified and stupid now, doesn’t it?

    “When I look for the truth I look to children. Children’s souls have been untainted by the lies and distortions of modern madness.”
    Yea… and they’re also undistilled reflections of natural human flaws and depravity. It would almost seem like a lot of this “modern madness” is what we like to call “intelligence and moral decency”, and a kid not conditioned by that… may just behave like wild monkey.
    Why do kids at school engage in so much bullying? Is it because of some kind of luminary “truth” they represent, or because humans are bastards and being a kid on the schoolyard is a great opportunity for your inner ape to shine?
    Of course all of that not accounting for the significant difference between individual children… 😀

    “Children, for example, are naturally aware of sex roles and the way the world works,”
    Cause they’re not at all influenced by what they see at home and in the world, are they – it’s all just nature.

    “When a man is a child, he is at ease with the sexes, he will run around and play with a female,”
    That’s cause he’s got no sexuality yet, you weisenheimer 😀
    (Well, at least not of any form that would be pleasant to mention)
    Seriously – if you look for biotruths, LOOK NO FURTHER THAN THAT; yes, kids develop sexuality by puberty.

    “was well-known as Mrs Fatmaker. I don’t even remember the principle’s name, everyone called him Mr Chubby. The one obese child in the class had no friends. He would be attacked, ruthlessly, at the playground.”
    So in your great despair to justify your hatred of fat people and get everyone to join, you’re seriously resorting to encouraging everyone to take example from stupid asshole kids, right? Obvious picture is obvious – and no thanks, I can find me better role models (if I need any at all).

    “He would cry all of the time. And this was righteous.”
    Making people cry and suffer is moral!!
    Btw I can tell stories from my childhood that would serve as complete counterexamples.

    “By puberty it seems humans hit the first moral bump in the road.”
    Yea, it’s almost like they’re completing their transformation from apes into humans, isn’t it.

    Believe me, I wouldn’t even bother hadn’t you, a few paragraphs earlier, defined “kindness” as an essential human trait. But now all of a sudden, it’s a “moral bump” that should be overcome, and abusing and bullying loner kids is totally righteous – yea, you might wanna consult your dictionary on some of those.
    Marquis de Sade considered all these things “moral bumps” as well, and for all your condemnation of child murderers etc., I’m afraid you’re much closer to his ideal of “human essence” than you might self-righteously consider yourself, and that last bit where you basically implied bullying kids on the schoolyard should go on to develop into violent street thugs (and, of course, start torturing fat people as soon as allowed so by the gvt – any day now!!), certainly doesn’t help disprove that 🙂

  6. Ollie
    27 September 2013 at 3:24 pm

    This is just complete madness. Spewing this type of nonsense is dangerous. Not only are you defending your warped belief that we should treat people badly based on appearance, but you’re also saying they should not have the same basic rights as everyone else. (And with horrifyingly bad evidence to “support” such claims.)

    If we start looking to children to tell us who we should give rights to, we might as well discriminate against anyone with any type of physical difference as they also bully the handicapped, the mentally impaired and children with even the slightest physical deformities. Grow up. Stop teaching people that this behavior is justifiable.

  7. Anonymous
    28 December 2013 at 10:25 pm

    This is an excellent piece, I am truly overjoyed to read it.

  8. Anonymous
    1 February 2014 at 5:27 am

    If you are still reading comments fat slayer, bitterhappiness, and Aristodemus, or anyone who cares to share a mature answer I’ve a few questions.

  9. melanie
    22 September 2014 at 2:27 pm

    You are a sociopath. You say a human is kind, but there is no kindness in your words. Narcissist. Kids also pick on people who wear glasses for example; is that ok with you?

  10. charles
    1 August 2015 at 9:38 am

    kkkkkkk

  11. RedFred
    9 September 2016 at 10:59 pm

    Faggot cunt. Please tell me you’ve killed yourself by now.

  12. Zac
    15 October 2016 at 1:49 am

    People get fat for numerous reasons, combined. I have capitalized key concepts.

    – Preferring Short-Term Temporary Pleasure Over Long-Term Achievement. This could be that you’re just a dumb person (in this respect) that doesn’t understand that by investing into something long-term, you will get something much better out of it than if you had wasted the time & energy on something short-term. But more likely, you don’t have enough experience with success in long-term goals (and its associated struggle to get to that long-term goal), because you choose to make the easier, “safer” choice: I want to be happy, food makes me happy, so would losing weight but what if it doesn’t happen? Oh well, I’ll eat the food.

    – Poor Self Image, meaning lack of assurance in yourself that you will lose the weight, which presents itself as Lack of Motivation and Lack of Hope.

    – Lack of Motivation, which is simply an absence of a combined 1) desire to do something and 2) faith in yourself that it can be done, with 3) enough of a result that will keep you moving forward.

    – Lack of Hope, since you 1) think it will be too difficult to maintain, 2) don’t know enough about losing weight (the reason you don’t try hard enough to learn is because of Lack of Hope itself!), and/or 3) have tried in the past and failed.

    – Fear of Being Too Difficult, which is because you haven’t succeeded at this goal before and have a Poor Self Image (you automatically think “I probably can’t do that”) and/or you’ve done it before and failed (you didn’t try hard enough, because of your Lack of Motivation).

    – Lack of Knowledge, such as what food to buy, eat, how to portion it, and proper ways to work it off. You didn’t gain the knowledge because of Lack of Hope (“I’m not gonna lose the weight anyway”) and Lack of Motivation (caused by Lack of Hope and Poor Self Image).

    Understand that you have an undesirable PART of you – YOU yourself are not necessarily undesirable, as a person. You should feel DISGUSTED with yourself that you’ve gotten this fat, look at yourself in the mirror. Take in that you ARE – not just “have been” – lazy, obese, abnormal. YOU ARE NOT NORMAL. You don’t have to take the insults – “fat slob” or “fatty” are just words hurled at you by people who are not at peace with themselves (when you are actually, truly happy, do you feel the need to insult others? when you are having a shit day, do you feel more likely to unload and belittle others? there you go.). They literally do not understand why you got to be where you are – they did not experience what you experienced, what lead you down this road. People are going to have a natural aversion to you, equal to the degree of which you are obese. THIS IS NORMAL, because fatness indicates many personality and health traits that people do not want to be associated with. But embrace this! You will be assured, once you lose the weight, that you are a worthwhile person. There are still great things about you, but this part about you needs to go. Not even fat people like fat people.

    What is the answer? You have to break the cycle. You were literally indirectly taught somehow, whether by your parents or yourself, that food will make you happy. Yes, it will, but it will also make you depressed, disgusting, have low self-esteem, low energy, and ultimately overindulging in food is allowing food to make poor decisions for you, which is a _character flaw_. When you start to lose weight, the poor self-image and lack of hope will melt away, little by little, the more that your prove to yourself that you can do it. Try losing just 5 pounds to show yourself that you can do it – if you still don’t feel better, if you still feel like it wasn’t worth it for that energy boost, natural high and bout of confidence, that feeling like you were striving toward one of your goals, then you can give up. But at least TRY it.

    And all of this I am writing as I am 400 pounds. All of this is for myself, what I’ve known and have been afraid to tell myself. I will look into the mirror, I will look at my own photos, and let the shame hit me and instead of ignoring it, embrace it. To let myself know that I am not just going to lose weight to make people “like me”, because honestly, who gives a shit? I am going to lose weight to make ME like me.

  13. Sean
    20 May 2017 at 9:57 am

    I say it’s time to execute the fatties. They’re killing everyone slowly by polluting the gene pool with fatty genes. Execute them for the future of humanity!

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