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    (Original post by Smtn)
    fixed =]
    thank you
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    (Original post by Chrrye)
    Not really. Overweight is unattractive regardless of gender or even species (does that sound wrong?). Noone likes seeing a really fat animal in the zoo. Humans and animals are built to function, to walk, run socialise. I see nothing attractive in not being able to function in the way nature intended..

    I would not going as far as to say survival of the fittest, more like anti-the compulsory acceptance of the unfittest.


    EDIT: Please dont take this too literally. Or indeed too seriously..
    Well my statement wasn't made exclusively for any human (or animal) that could not function properly. It is universal. As a generalisation, our perception of unattractive is anything that does not fit the norm, and this 'norm' is something that society has created as it has gone along. Compare different cultures and see what you find.
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    (Original post by cpj1987)
    Are you talking only then about the people so fat they can't move?
    yes, I think those people are unattractive? indeed, anything remotely near that stage is pretty gross to me.

    Do you find them attractive?
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    (Original post by _Pondersome.)
    The OP has changed his believed 'average' of how many men hate fat women 3 TIMES, make your mind up.

    But yeah, everyone has different definitions of 'fat', 'obese' and 'chubby' I think a lot of girls are slightly chubby, that doesn't mean they're unnattractive.

    I bet the OP is a pug-faced, spotty, talentless gimp.
    All within the 95+ percentile. So I think that's a pretty small margin of error.

    P.S. I bet you can suck my balls.
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    Way to go in boosting teenage girls' self confidence.
    Your doing a great job.

    [In case you haven't noticed, i'm being sarcastic]
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    (Original post by Chrrye)
    yes, I think those people are unattractive? indeed, anything remotely near that stage is pretty gross to me.

    Do you find them attractive?
    Not if they're unable to move because of it, no; but not all overweight/obese people are at that stage.
    For example, I'm classed as 'obese' according to BMI (I'm in my sig, for reference), as would be the following person, who is of the weight I find attractive:



    It all depends on the individual. I'm certainly not unhealthy, but I am 'obese'. The OP seems to think anyone 'overweight' is an unhealthy blob, whereas I'm past that stage and really consider myself healthy.
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    (Original post by xJessx)
    I agree with some of the OP's points. I think obese people are, honestly, less attractive because of it. I hate it when shows like Ricky Lake have 'big is beautiful' specials which basically promote obesity. It's not about your weight, it's about your health. Men are programmed to be attracted to healthy, fertile women, that's why the hourglass figure is so sexy. There was also a good article on how celebs like Beth Ditto and James Corden are sending a bad message because they're telling people it's ok to be fat when really it's not.

    I think a huge overhaul of things is needed to fight obesity in this country. Food tech lessons at school should actually teach you to prepare proper food that's healthy. All I learnt to make were cupcakes. Adverts for junk food should be banned if necessary and kids should be given health education including the dangers of being too fat. Hm, must think of more plans to fight obesity. Saying that though, I haven't got a problem personally with fat people. I think there are some attractive chubby people and they're not stupid, they don't need it pointing out to them that they're overweight. Also, the tone of your posts are a bit aggressive OP with the bad language which tends to get people's backs up.
    I aim to please.
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    (Original post by cpj1987)
    The OP seems to think anyone 'overweight' is an unhealthy blob, whereas I'm past that stage and really consider myself healthy.
    Scientifically you're unhealthy. People in the overweight category live, on average, 5 years less.
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    What does the OP consider to be fat?
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    (Original post by Ekpyrotic)
    Scientifically you're unhealthy. People in the overweight category live, on average, 5 years less.
    I always find it hilarious when obese people say "I'm healthy", judging their "health" based on the last time they caught Flu.

    Saying it's possible to be fat and healthy is like saying it's possible to have AIDS and be healthy.
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    I dunno, i think im not bad looking and im a size 16...:dontknow:
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    (Original post by justkillingtime)
    I always find it hilarious when obese people say "I'm healthy", judging their "health" based on the last time they caught Flu.

    Saying it's possible to be fat and healthy is like saying it's possible to have AIDS and be healthy.
    I find your misconception funny. I wasn't basing my health on 'when was the last time I was ill?' - I was basing it on 'how do I feel overall?'.
    Amazingly, many people are capable of understanding their own body, and knowing their own size without being told. :p:
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    (Original post by Amozzio)
    Way to go in boosting teenage girls' self confidence.
    Your doing a great job.

    [In case you haven't noticed, i'm being sarcastic]
    I wasnt aware that was his job. Or indeed anyone's job (except maybe a counsellor).

    If girls want self confidence boost they can try posting pics in H&R (good luck with that! :rolleyes: ).
    OP has stated his case (admittedly in an abrasive manner) and if people here are taking personal offence then maybe that unfortunately says as much about their insecurities as his potentially offensive views...
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    (Original post by cpj1987)
    I find your misconception funny. I wasn't basing my health on 'when was the last time I was ill?' - I was basing it on 'how do I feel overall?'.
    You'd need a comparative feeling to do that.
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    (Original post by cpj1987)
    I find your misconception funny. I wasn't basing my health on 'when was the last time I was ill?' - I was basing it on 'how do I feel overall?'.
    Amazingly, many people are capable of understanding their own body, and knowing their own size without being told. :p:
    No. No they aren't. That's why we have doctors.

    People drop dead every day after "feeling fine" 10 minutes earlier.
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    (Original post by Ekpyrotic)
    You'd need a comparative feeling to do that.
    I've not been fat all my life. :p:
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    YOu could just not date fat girls :rolleyes:
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    I agree. There are of course better looking and worse looking fat people, but obesity is never a good thing
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    (Original post by cpj1987)
    Not if they're unable to move because of it, no; but not all overweight/obese people are at that stage.
    For example, I'm classed as 'obese' according to BMI (I'm in my sig, for reference), as would be the following person, who is of the weight I find attractive:


    It all depends on the individual. I'm certainly not unhealthy, but I am 'obese'. The OP seems to think anyone 'overweight' is an unhealthy blob, whereas I'm past that stage and really consider myself healthy.
    Really?
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    (Original post by justkillingtime)
    People drop dead every day after "feeling fine" 10 minutes earlier.
    In that case, why worry? :p:
 
 
 
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