hey fellow regular kids what’s up
Pay me attention but at the same time don’t distract me because I have important exams coming up
Being in a relationship
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It’s not that people don’t respect insufferable overflowing toilets of human beings like the one above, it’s that they can’t. I’m not saying fat people don’t deserve to live, they might, maybe, what I’m saying is they deserve to be made fun of. Being overweight isn’t some unchangeable state, like being tall, baldness or having no parents - it’s a problem, and the only way someone will change is if other people make them feel bad about their problem. Having a supportive network of people around you who love you is complete bullshit and won’t help you in any way. Have you noticed how all couples become fat? Love produces fat, hate produces beauty, it’s as simple as that, which is why sites like Mamamia, DailyLife, all supermarket glossy bullshit magazines have no problem normalising by insulting skinny/healthy people as being unhealthy/on drugs/whatever but have no problem publishing self indulgent bullshit about being proud of your burden-on-the-medical-system body (like anyone gives a shit anyway). Anyway, there’s nothing like being brutally ashamed of yourself to help change your ways (or enter a spiralling pit of depression, whatever). So get a firm hold of that real ‘why should I even get out of bed?’ hatred of everything about your body, stop blaming the fat shamers (see my first sentence), and make a few changes. The way I see it, obesity is kinda like chlamydia, or pregnancy. You get it from carelessness and it’s relatively easy to get rid of. In fact, I made a little diagram.
(Oh baby, when someone you hate hits that middle intersection; crystalised happiness)
Anyway all of this is assuming being fat is a problem because unless you’re chronically obese it really isn’t. Nothing exudes more chill vibes than a fatty boomsticks who doesn’t give a shit that they’re a fatty boomsticks, because then it’s not a problem, it’s a lifestyle, like drinking in the disabled toilets at work.