From what I hear when it comes to weight people tend to take it too seriously for the most part.
I won't deny that there is such thing as an unhealthy weight, but there are many people that are automatically dismissed as unhealthy or fat when there's nothing wrong with them.
I've seen some fat shaming on the internet where people act like the "fat" person is inhuman or something, and it's sickening. :/
They dismiss anything good, and use health as an excuse.
You don't see that with cancer patients.
"Oh, they may be nice and all, but they're unhealthy and we have to point that out and not support them."
And I'm actually kinda shocked by what Oisterboy said as well actually.
Why would you hate fat people? D:
I'm not fat. I eat garbage but I get quite a bit of physical exercise at work and I used to run a whole lot.
I think it's silly to look down on someone for being fat. I live a society where most good jobs require sitting in a chair for eight hours and where you can get a double cheeseburger, large fries and a huge coke for like two bucks. It's easy to be fat, and if you expect everyone to exercise and diet and do things the hard way when they don't have to, you're delusional.
Society always focusing on the plight of fat people, man... I used to be pretty skinny until I started to force myself to eat lots more calories and exercise regularly. People called me twig, pole, skinny all the time in highschool, thinking it was okay, because somehow it's less offensive to call a skinny person "twiggy" than a fat person a "fatty". Last year I started eating 4 meals a day with snacks inbetween, doing lots of exercise whenever I could. ARAM match loading in LoL? Time to bust out 30 pullups. Gained about 15lbs of muscle in 3 months, chicks noticing me alot more, etc. /irrelevantlifestory
For me, its sooo hard to gain fat and weight. I have a super high metabolism
What's your diet like? I also have a high metabolism but I was able to gain weight eating lots of chicken, fish, breads, rice, pasta, potatos, oatmeal...it takes time too, it took me a couple months before I was able to look in the mirror and say "hmm, I look like I gained some weight". Also, exercise, alot. Lift weights and do pullups. Your muscles will get bigger which will make you look bigger overall.
5'11'' 192lbs am I fat? Sure am by todays standards, yet i jog every day for 4 miles and do 200 push ups (4 sets), 200 squats and 100 up downs with a 40 lbs weighted vest on. I also work on average of 16 hours a day for 20 days a month as a U.S Navy Master at arms standing guard at a naval base in full battle rattle and am m16 strapped to my neck.
So yes I may be fatter than some little stick figure **** face but at the end of the day I can do what ever I want to them and there wouldn't be much they could do to stop me.
So again how does me being "fat" hurt anyone else? If anything most of these little ****ers could use a little fattening up I willing to bet most of them could't even lift their own body weight more than once.
Todays ideas of a "healthy" body are a little ****ed if you ask me most of the "ideal" people look like they are hardcore malnurished.