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    (Original post by StarvingAutist)
    I cringed
    For any particular reason?


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    (Original post by Wade-)
    For any particular reason?


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    Of course.

    "science at one point believed"
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    (Original post by SeanFM)
    On the plus side, there's more of you to love.

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    If they are sightly flabby in certain area's no..... when it's getting to obese or obviously fat levels you shouldn't lie, but it's virtually impossible doing it in the right way.
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    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/atta...d=358971&stc=1when you say fat do you mean like one of these? bigger or smalerhttp://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/atta...d=358969&stc=1
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    The answer is always no.
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    (Original post by StarvingAutist)
    Of course.

    "science at one point believed"
    Oh cool, would you have preferred it if I had said 'doctors at one point believed...'?


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    (Original post by Wade-)
    Oh cool, would you have preferred it if I had said 'doctors at one point believed...'?


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    That would have been more accurate, though I think it's just that there hadn't actually been any studies on the effects of smoking then.
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    This question was asked to me once and I replied "Think of it as being larger than life". Strangely, it wasn't any better received. I thought I was being pseudo-complimentary.

    (Original post by Veggiechic6)
    Seems strange that they would even ask. A genuinely fat person usually is aware that they're fat and wouldn't seek confirmation of this. Skinny people sometimes ask it for some reason, you would just say 'no' for them straightaway.
    This. Fat people know their fat, and if they do ask it's better to be truthful than to flat out lie to their face because they'll know you're lying.
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    it's a trap!!!!
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    BOYS LIKE A LITTLE MORE BOOOOOOOOTY TO HOLD AT NIIIGHTTTTTTTTTTTTTT (DAT BOOTY BOOTY)

    looooooool sorry. Tell her she's curvaceous. Better to have curves than to be stick thin. But encourage her to exercise with you, join the gym together, and eat healthily.
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    (Original post by Aph)
    It could be a test, like she knows she is but wants to know what kind of person you are. Tell them the truth with a positive spin. Like maybe "you could never be too big for me":dontknow:

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    A wise and reasonable response from you. Weird.
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    (Original post by Eva.Gregoria)
    A wise and reasonable response from you. Weird.
    I'm always wise and reasonable.
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    (Original post by Aappoolloo)
    ...and she is.
    The truth. :yy:

    If she gets mad, say: "You asked :indiff:."
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    yes tell her be honest ur hurting her feelings if your lieiung if anything this will moltivate her to loose the fat if u don't she will carry on and grow bigger which leads to health issues
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    (Original post by Aappoolloo)
    ...and she is.

    Are you telling me that she asked you and you quickly made a thread about it and haven't answered her?
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    If she's asking you, she will either be fishing for compliments, or she'll know full well she's fat and is hoping you'll tell her she's not.

    Personally, I'd just say "I love you as you are" as an answer lol.
 
 
 
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