|garcet71283 - 2016-07-07 |
Desc should read "Thanks to 91 inches 'Ultimate Pear' earns less than minimum wage monthly."
Good news then OZ...your ticket out of poverty is just a few pixels above this.
|Redford - 2016-07-07 |
What a terrifying combination of medical issues. I know she's kinda making the best of it, but those noises she made while trying to climb the stairs were horrifying.
|MurgatroidMendelbaum - 2016-07-07 |
"I love salad, obviously. I could eat this all day."
*adds six ounces of ham & half-bottle of ranch*
|Anaxagoras - 2016-07-07 |
Watching her was distressing, until:
A) I noticed that she WANTS to get bigger, and
B) She said "It may look like I'm eating a lot, but I'm not. Not for my size." NO. THAT IS NOT HOW CALORIC INTAKE WORKS. You eat for the size you want to be, modified a little (A LITTLE) for the excess fat that you're currently carrying. As long as "the size you want to be" is a healthy weight, then you'll be kinda hungry for awhile, but you'll shrink down to the proper weight. It's a lot of work, what with forcing yourself to exercise, and carefully monitoring what gets eaten, and all the other things you can & should do to lose weight in a healthy manner, but what you *don't* do is say that you are entitled to consume many calories because of your current obese size.
Grr. I'm not angry that she's fat; it happens to many of us. I'm currently fat right now. (Reducing my weight is my next major project, after I land a job.) But don't make lame excuses, lady.
|Old_Zircon - 2016-07-07 |
Imagine the response of certain sectors of the FA community if this same video was made about someone who was anorexic and had ribs removed for the sake of furthering a modeling career.
Apparently harming yourself to meet unrealistic standards of beauty is OK if the unrealistic standards you're trying to meet don't enjoy mainstream popularity.
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