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Desc:Making fun of fatties the 1950s way. Also, we knew the best method to lose weight 60 years ago
Category:Cartoons & Animation, Educational
Tags:fat, exercise, obesity, the 50s, gravy devils
Submitted:Killer Joe
Date:09/06/15
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Comment count is 22
That guy
How is this 'fat shaming'?
Killer Joe
I realized that has a new meaning these days that is tied in with the "healthy at every size" crowd.
I'll change it to "making fun of fatties" or something.

Gmork
A bit insensitive by today's standards but I couldn't manufacture any outrage at this. If anything my only thought was "they're a cute couple". I'm sure it sucked to be the fat kid in class right after this played, thought, all eyes on you.

Gmork
though*

stupid muscle memory, know when to stop

EvilHomer
I'd imagine it would have been good to be the fat kid in class right after this played. This film gave him some great advice; it may have even saved his life.

Gmork
You are theoretically correct!

dairyqueenlatifah
Stating facts about obesity is considered fat shaming by the tumblr crowd.

Albuquerque Halsey
"The prevailing belief of the 1950s was: "You're fat because you eat too much." "Cheers For Chubby" was a 16 mm film originally shown in movie theaters in the early 1950s. Today, overweight is blamed on a myriad of issues over which we have little or no control. We also now have an obesity epidemic that didn't exist in the 1950s."


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SolRo
It's a widely known fact that fatty foods weren't nearly as delicious in the 50s as they are now.

Bacon was actually fed only to dogs because many thought it wasn't fit for human consumption.

Albuquerque Halsey
oops.
HarrietTubmanPI
I like that this page is now fat.

That guy
yeah, uh, I kinda want to say something to this page, but I don't want to make it feel bad, or anything.

The Mothership
You broke the goddamn site again, dammit. You and your eating habits.

Albuquerque Halsey
1924

Oscar Mayer introduces pre-packaged, pre-sliced bacon to America.
That guy
1990

Oscar Mayer introduces Sugar-Free Bacon Lite.

Caminante Nocturno
"I give up!"
"Let's look for another victim!"
"There's somebody!"
*points at 21st century*
Kid Fenris
C.S. Lewis' The Screwtape Lettuce

Meerkat
DIABEETUS
Two Jar Slave
Completely reasonable. Not what I was expecting.
Prickly Pete
What did he expect when his parents named his "Chubby"
SolRo
Maybe he was expecting to go into porn with his named chubby?

The Mothership
So who broke the page?
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