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Why do people use the term 'meat' to describe fat when talking about fat people? watch

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    E.g if justifying having a fatter partner, why do some people say stuff like 'i prefer women with some meat on their bones'

    Meat = muscle, not fat. I don't get it...
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    Meat doesn't just mean muscle it can just be flesh plus its just a saying eg don't throw stones in a glass house, why the hell would you do that??? or cutting your nose off to spite your face haha
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    Coz it sounds better and having some meat on your bones doesn't make you fat.
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    I just call fat people fat. Now I'm going to wait and see how many people accuse me of fat shaming.
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    It's a euphemism that chubby chasers use to justify their fetish.
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    (Original post by bassbabe)
    I just call fat people fat. Now I'm going to wait and see how many people accuse me of fat shaming.

    No such thing as fat shaming.
    Yes women are meant to curves but there is nothing sexy about unnaturalness,nothing sexy about being fat.
    No such thing as bbws back in the day
 
 
 
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