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    Thin vs Fat

    What makes it OK to call someone thin but not fat ?

    Just a thought.

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    It only matters to the SJW type crowd whp are more concerned about FEELINGS than anything else, and think there's such a thing as a "right to not be offended."

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    It's all relative as there is always someone thinner and fatter my experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kirkland View Post
    It only matters to the SJW type crowd whp are more concerned about FEELINGS than anything else, and think there's such a thing as a "right to not be offended."
    Don't thin people have feelings too, or is it only fat people ?

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    Personally I try not to put labels on people. I know many thin and fat people and they are all great. When a thin/fat person feels confident, noone notices how he/she looks like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mick Boon View Post
    What makes it OK to call someone thin but not fat ?

    Just a thought.
    It's not.
    I've been called skinny, flacca, tiny, small, and worst of all "so lucky" all my life. I use to just take it, but I don't anymore. It's not luck, it's hard work. I make sure to point that out when someone discounts my effort, if they worked just as hard they could do things that make them happy about themselves. The conversation ends pretty quickly after that. People don't like it when you point that out.

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    And most 'fat' people are actually morbidly obese, not just 'fat'.

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