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Desc:Childhood obesity is A-OK, so long as you feel good about yourself!
Category:Classic TV Clips, Horror
Tags:Childhood Obesity, abc family, fat convention, Huge!, WHO WANTS DESSERT DISEASE
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Comment count is 27
Oktay - 2010-06-20
There is nothing wrong with anything. Accept who you are, it's easier than trying to change. We approve of you, no matter who you are or what you look like. Oh and here's some stuff for you to buy. Go ahead, you deserve it.

HarrietTubmanPI - 2010-06-20
I think I should invest in a mobility scooter company.

MurgatroidMendelbaum - 2010-06-21
5 stars only because clicking on the video takes you to Oreo's official facebook page.

Oktay - 2010-06-21
On the other hand, pastorofmuppets has a good point a few comments down -- we might have been too hasty in condemning this. Besides, "Outrageous! how can they glorify obesity?" has been my and most people's initial reaction, and that's a great way to generate publicity. I think we've been trolled by ABC.

WHO WANTS DESSERT - 2010-06-20
xelo25 and beefsister, I have major issue with your comments because they are so overly judgemental in nature. Not all overweight and obese people are eating "ten pounds of Krispy Kreme doughnuts to be happy" or have motivation issues. Why do I know this? Because I am one! How dare you assume that all of us "bigger" people are sitting on our butts eating garbage, being lazy, and are unmotivated to take care of ourselves. You don't know anyone's story by looking at them. For me, I have never been a small person. My healthiest had me at a size 10, sometimes a 12. Why was that healthy for me? I rarely was sick, had great energy, and felt wonderful. When I was smaller, I was constantly ill and tired. When I was larger, i had little energy and aches. Though I was bigger than the BMI said I should be, my PHYSICIAN agreed that for me a bit bigger was best. Then, life happened. After I had my daughter, I had to go on medication to try and help my horomones regulate. Guess what? A side effect of the medication was WEIGHT GAIN. Unfortunately, it took 9 months to find a medication that worked better but I had already gained 60 lbs thanks to constantly being hungry, having symptoms of hypoglycemia, and other problems associated with the medication. Did I gain that kind of weight eating Krispy Kremes? NO! In fact, I don't think I've ever had one in my life! I ate healthy food, and was still exercising. Once the medication changed, I stopped gaining. Unfortunately, there is no magic pill that can make me lose it. 9 months after starting with a dietician, I have lost 20lbs.... VERY slow thanks to my natural metabolism. I am a size 16 at 5'4" which makes me on the bigger side. But I am not a fat, lazy, unmotivated slob. I exercise daily, eat only healthy food, live homeopathically, buy organic, and do great things for my body. How dare the both of you make assumptions based on someones weight and that alone! I know I am NOT the only person who has ended up in this "fat" boat. Yes, there are health risks with being overweight but why should I hate the skin I'm in because it is bigger than I'd like? If I lived in self shame then I'd have no motivation to keep it healthy and treat it well. I am healthy with low blood pressure and no health complications at all. This body gave me a beautiful child and though it hasn't always been the shape I want it to be, it has served me well and continues to do so. I love and am grateful for this body no matter the size it is. The both of you should think before you talk. Shame on you both.
Riskbreaker - 2010-06-20
"How dare you internet to mock people i don't know? Here, let me tell you the story of my life."

ShiftlessRastus - 2010-06-20
Wow, even your comment is fat.

HarrietTubmanPI - 2010-06-20
Idiots. Yes, there is no ideal body. But I guarantee you you won't be fat if you just fucking exercise and eat right.

If you classify yourself as a bit on the heavy side and want to be thought of as healthy, you damned well better be either a) Samoan, b) a Weightlifter, or c) a candidate for the worlds strongest whatever.

SolRo - 2010-06-20
there's a difference between "a bit on the heavy side" and spherical.

Think the reason these butterballs have such a persecution complex is because people like you set the bar of being considered normal wieght waay too far down, so they just give up and start the fat pride crap.

Fatties; An olive branch to you (no, you cant eat it), get 5% under your obese weight limit and I won't make fun of you.

Caminante Nocturno - 2010-06-20
God, even her words are fat!

Severian - 2010-06-20
Live homeopathically? You dilute your life until nothing is left?

1394 - 2010-06-21
Talk about weighing in your opinion.

giygusattack - 2010-06-21
Yikes, even it's typing am fat!

BHWW - 2010-06-20
This series looks to be "heavy"-handed.
Hooper_X - 2010-06-20
A new kind of family!

The kind that abandon their kids at fat camp because they're pretty, but not skinny pretty!
Caminante Nocturno - 2010-06-20
We're the only country in the world where being unhealthily excessive can be seen as a point of pride, but that's only because the French killed off all of their nobility.

So this is really all their fault.
SolRo - 2010-06-21
wait, what?

pastorofmuppets - 2010-06-21
Fat people should be {proud of, ashamed of} being fat. It is {terrible, awesome}. The blame clearly lies on {their eating habits, their biology}.

Am I the only person who didn't assume from a sixty second trailer that the show was "glorifying morbid obesity?" It starts with them making jokes about being/staying fat but ends with them running through a finish line. I don't think you need cliffs notes to see where this one is going.
Caminante Nocturno - 2011-12-26
Yes, but she's still fat when she crosses that finish line.

KillerGazebo - 2010-06-21
The fifth star is only there for the correlation between poster name and video.
Hooper_X - 2010-06-21
Man, yeah. "Time Travel Mishap Syndrome" should almost be renamed "WHO WANTS DESSERT DISEASE" in honor of this one.

WHO WANTS DESSERT - 2010-06-21
Alright, let's make this A Thing

KillerGazebo - 2010-06-22

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2010-06-21
A feel good family drama about how you shouldn't care about your body.
Adramelech - 2010-06-21
What a sack of irresponsible garbage. People are -dying- because of nonsense like this and the attitude it encourages.

Morbidly obese people are NOT normal. They are suffering from a deadly medical condition that is self-inflicted and most likely caused by habitual incorrect eating and/or a lack of education about nutrition.

Encouraging people to "accept themselves" and drop dead at 45 is ridiculous.
teenage mutant lisa turtle - 2010-06-21
I want more stars to give for opening with an ad for Oreo
Rum Revenge - 2010-06-21
"No seconds."

This just seems so objectively terrible. Who decided we need another bland-as-wonderbread teen show? Oh, I forgot, there's a VERY SPECIAL important message about something or other which is supposed to make it not crap.

Love fatties? Hate fatties? I think we can both put our differences aside and say TV sucks. Your favorite show excluded, of course.
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