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I am 5'6 and 11 stone, that's meant to be overweight but don't think I look it?
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Or am I in denial lol?
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Or am I in denial lol?
I’d say you’re in denial. A troll wouldn’t admit they’re a troll, after all.
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Your BMI is 24.7 which is .3 to the overweight boundary so you could lose a few kilos. The fact that you use stone to measure weight bothers me more tbh why do people still use it.
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Nooo, bmi isn’t always accurate!! Big bones, muscle, genetics, general body shape etc can all make your bmi higher !!
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I’d say you’re in denial. A troll wouldn’t admit they’re a troll, after all.
Sorry what? Lmao
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Front views don’t provide accurate depth perception, so a side view might be better to assess whether you have excess fat in your stomach and other areas.
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Your BMI is 24.7 which is .3 to the overweight boundary so you could lose a few kilos. The fact that you use stone to measure weight bothers me more tbh why do people still use it.
The fact you say weight and not mass bothers me more.
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If day measuring your waist size/ hip size would be more effective but honestly if you don’t think you look big then that’s fine! You’re clearly not obese or anything and if you’re active and healthy then don’t overthink it
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Well, you don't look fat or chubby, it's clearly all in ur thighs ima assume that ain't mostly muscle.
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The fact you say weight and not mass bothers me more.
Pounds get used as a unit of force so idk how to classify stone
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Well, you don't look fat or chubby, it's clearly all in ur thighs ima assume that ain't mostly muscle.
Her thighs aren’t even big though !!
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Her thighs aren’t even big though !!
11 stone ain't that big lol but comparatively, they are. Also, I just checked and it says 11 stone is a healthy weight for 5 foot 6 it's just on the edge.
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Don’t act oblivious. This isn’t the first time where a new user comes in and makes a thread asking “am I overweight” just to then send a ‘sexy’ female to attract the rest of TSR. Note that the troll is less obvious at first glance as the question could seem genuine but seeing this repeated many times is just ridiculous. It’s also always new accounts that does this as well.
Hahahaha. Why are you so bothered? Triggered much! Jesus christ get a life.

I asked because I'm feeling insecure about my weight and wanted honest options from strangers and not just friends who will always say "you're fine".

You're weird.
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11 stone ain't that big lol but comparatively, they are. Also, I just checked and it says 11 stone is a healthy weight for 5 foot 6 it's just on the edge.
Yeah it's the "just on the edge" that triggers me lol. Thank you for your input
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Nooo, bmi isn’t always accurate!! Big bones, muscle, genetics, general body shape etc can all make your bmi higher !!
Thank you!
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If day measuring your waist size/ hip size would be more effective but honestly if you don’t think you look big then that’s fine! You’re clearly not obese or anything and if you’re active and healthy then don’t overthink it
Aw thank you
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Hahahaha. Why are you so bothered? Triggered much! Jesus christ get a life.

I asked because I'm feeling insecure about my weight and wanted honest options from strangers and not just friends who will always say "you're fine".

You're weird.
Being triggered implies there’s content that should exasperate me, which there isn’t. Calling someone a troll ≠ being triggered, but I guess that is an easy mentality to follow.

“honest opinions” is what I just said. I never stated that those who reply to said troll threads give a fake opinion; they don’t.

I mean, I’m not the one on a new account asking people if I’m overweight but you do you.
Goodbye.
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No, I'd say you're cute. Definitely not overweight but losing a bit of weight could do wonders for u (not that u need to) just better to uno. Overall I wouldn't be worried about it too much unless you're eating rlly badly and not exercising at all (0 minutes per week). If you're exercising and eating decently (not strict diet but not junk 24/7 u look good)
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