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It's sad people can't go to a restaraunt without being made fun of. I'm more upset with the cashier, than the fat girls' feelings. I feel like people going especially hard to defend obesity are probably taking it personal. And they probably make fun of women all the time but suddenly being fat may be a thyroid problem or really really hard. It's ironic because of all the physical traits to judge soneone on, fattiness seems valid. It tells about a person's self discipline, lifestyle, etc. But the point is the ladies didn't ask for his opinion, and his job is to be polite to them but I guess that's too much to ask.
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Originally posted by teendiva teendiva wrote:

It's sad people can't go to a restaraunt without being made fun of. I'm more upset with the cashier, than the fat girls' feelings. I feel like people going especially hard to defend obesity are probably taking it personal. And they probably make fun of women all the time but suddenly being fat may be a thyroid problem or really really hard. It's ironic because of all the physical traits to judge soneone on, fattiness seems valid. It tells about a person's self discipline, lifestyle, etc. But the point is the ladies didn't ask for his opinion, and his job is to be polite to them but I guess that's too much to ask.

I dont think anyone has defended obesity. They were defending these women's right to go to an establishment and not be disrespected. They were defending these women's right to be hurt about said disrespect. They allowed these women to keep their humanity despite their extra pounds. 
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Originally posted by teendiva teendiva wrote:

It's sad people can't go to a restaraunt without being made fun of. I'm more upset with the cashier, than the fat girls' feelings. I feel like people going especially hard to defend obesity are probably taking it personal. And they probably make fun of women all the time but suddenly being fat may be a thyroid problem or really really hard. It's ironic because of all the physical traits to judge soneone on, fattiness seems valid. It tells about a person's self discipline, lifestyle, etc. But the point is the ladies didn't ask for his opinion, and his job is to be polite to them but I guess that's too much to ask.


I dont think anyone has defended obesity. They were defending these women's right to go to an establishment and not be disrespected. They were defending these women's right to be hurt about said disrespect. They allowed these women to keep their humanity despite their extra pounds. 

I didn't read most of the thread, but saying they might have a thyroid problem or that losing weight is difficult sounds like defending imo.
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Originally posted by Limalady Limalady wrote:

I think it is immature to limit the concern in this thread to, "Oh you're mad, because you're fat." Really? Basically empathy isn't a human trait anymore? You know, it is ok to acknowledge that other people have feelings and those feelings should be considered, no matter how they look or what they weigh. Since they were fat, they couldn't be mad? You guys slay me. I wish it was my receipt, so I could sue.


everyone who defended these ladies are mad, fat blimps. roaarrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr


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Originally posted by teendiva teendiva wrote:

Originally posted by **Sk!TtLeS B** **Sk!TtLeS B** wrote:


Originally posted by teendiva teendiva wrote:

It's sad people can't go to a restaraunt without being made fun of. I'm more upset with the cashier, than the fat girls' feelings. I feel like people going especially hard to defend obesity are probably taking it personal. And they probably make fun of women all the time but suddenly being fat may be a thyroid problem or really really hard. It's ironic because of all the physical traits to judge soneone on, fattiness seems valid. It tells about a person's self discipline, lifestyle, etc. But the point is the ladies didn't ask for his opinion, and his job is to be polite to them but I guess that's too much to ask.


I dont think anyone has defended obesity. They were defending these women's right to go to an establishment and not be disrespected. They were defending these women's right to be hurt about said disrespect. They allowed these women to keep their humanity despite their extra pounds. 

I didn't read most of the thread, but saying they might have a thyroid problem or that losing weight is difficult sounds like defending imo.

Is it not hard, though? 

Nobody has said, "obesity is where it's at!" Why cant people go on about their business without others pretending like they care about their health? WIth people saying things to the effect of "if they were skinny, this wouldnt have happened," or "so what? they're fat!" I still see the mentioned comments falling under the defence of the women. 
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Nuh-uh Skittles! *Sips tea*LOL

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Originally posted by teendiva teendiva wrote:

I didn't read most of the thread, but saying they might have a thyroid problem or that losing weight is difficult sounds like defending imo.


I don't see that as defending obesity. Those posts were basically telling people it's not up to you to decide why these women are obese or if they have place to be mad.

Not defending obesity but defending the right to not have to defend obesity if that makes sense.

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@Skittles, I don't understand your post. If "it" is losing weight, yeah it's hard, that's why we congratulate people on weight loss. It is still defending though, so yeah. I would not say "losing weight is hard," I said the cashier was rude and out of line. I feel there is a difference, although a small one.
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