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RE: Obesity a 'derogatory' word
(05-09-2012 07:31 AM)loverboyy Wrote:  
(05-09-2012 04:42 AM)Walnuts Wrote:  
(05-09-2012 03:18 AM)loverboyy Wrote:  Sugar and salt contents in fast/processed food is ridicuous. Governments should outlaw them and make restrictions on the amount of RDI products have.

No.

It's not the food. It's the lazy Person stuffing their face that leads to fatness. When I go to McDonald's I get 4 or 5 cheeseburgers depending on how hungry I am. That's 1200-1500 calories in one sitting, yet I am not a flabby beast. How? Because I work out and play sports. Stop the press! It's a miracle!

It's not the foods fault. Nobody ever got fat behind their own back. It's not like they woke up fat one day after they had a big mac. They put the food in their mouths. It wasn't an accident. Nobody tripped over and and accidentally swallowed a stray quarter pounder with cheese.

Government regulation shouldn't penalise the providers, it should penalise the consumers of the demerit goods. It's the same with drugs. Nobody forces anyone to buy drugs, drug dealers don't need marketing, drugs sell themselves because people are junkies. The government should focus on eliminating the demand for demerit goods rather than regulating the supply.

I know the salt isn't good for me but i have low blood pressure so I'm in not at risk at this young age.

Not talking about fatness. You can be skinny and still have high cholesterol or other crap wrong with you..cancer ect.

Sugar + Salt are killers.

I'll eat what I want, when I want. It's my choice.

We certainly don't need the fucking government in our lives more than they already are.

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RE: Obesity a 'derogatory' word
Here in NY Mayor Bloomberg did just that. He mandated that restaurants cook in different kinds of oils. Foods like deserts, that wouldn't taste the same or have the same consistency if cooked with different ingredients, are the exceptions. Restaurants found that it didn't change the taste of most of the foods they cooked, so after initial objections, it worked out fine. Before that, he had certain sugary drinks removed from vending machines in schools. I think he launched an assault on salt, but I'm not sure how that turned out. NY is at the top of the list of fattest cities, so he felt it was in the public interest to try to do what he could to make food a little healthier. Fatties are still going to stuff their faces at the same rate, but I don't see the great harm these changes have made.

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05-09-2012 02:24 PM
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RE: Obesity a 'derogatory' word
(05-08-2012 06:04 PM)sine wave killer Wrote:  
(05-08-2012 05:56 PM)Roosh Wrote:  We should come up with new names so fatties don't get upset:

-gravitationally challenged
-positive body image weight
-beautifully curvaceous

LOL kind of like how they use the term "BBW" in porn. Some of these fatties remind me of that big bullet that you had to run or duck from in the early Mario Bros games.

BBW has been officially adopted by fat chicks nationwide, not just in porn. Every fat chick on dating sites uses it with pride and defiance. If I got paid for everytime I saw a tag line with a variation of "I'm a BBW, and if you can't handle that get off my page" I'd be a millionaire. The funny thing is, they could join dating sites specifically for BBWs, but they don't because they don't want to be fetishized. They don't want a guy that's attracted to them because they're fat, but they want a guy that's attracted to them despite the fact that they're fat. So they go on other sites and expect a guy to look past all that to the person they are inside.

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RE: Obesity a 'derogatory' word
(05-09-2012 07:29 AM)Roosh Wrote:  
Quote:There should be a RVF political party.

We wouldn't win any office, but we'd probably expose a lot of guys to our beliefs.

That would be as good if not better - you would expose many men to our beliefs but would not have to worry about office (heh) politics you would be exposed to.

To add a few of my own terms

Chair Hogs
Walking Black Hole
Walking Soap (Fight Club)
The Social Sitter (In the movie theater she sits next to everybody)

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(05-09-2012 02:39 PM)Timoteo Wrote:  So they go on other sites and expect a guy to look past all that to the people they are inside.

Fixed.
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RE: Obesity a 'derogatory' word
There is a big argument going on in Australia at the moment about implementing a junk food tax. Personally I think it is a great idea. Tax the companies that fatten up the population. It will force them to make healthier food and if they dont, the extra taxes they will pay will fund all the obesity related illnesses that cripple the Medicare in Australia
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(05-09-2012 09:15 AM)Architekt Wrote:  
(05-09-2012 07:29 AM)Roosh Wrote:  
Quote:There should be a RVF political party.
We wouldn't win any office, but we'd probably expose a lot of guys to our beliefs.

The controversy it would inevitably cause would be worth it, also.

Watch out, the way things are going someone might authorize a drone strike on you.

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RE: Obesity a 'derogatory' word
(05-10-2012 02:04 AM)Handsome Creepy Eel Wrote:  
(05-09-2012 09:15 AM)Architekt Wrote:  
(05-09-2012 07:29 AM)Roosh Wrote:  
Quote:There should be a RVF political party.
We wouldn't win any office, but we'd probably expose a lot of guys to our beliefs.

The controversy it would inevitably cause would be worth it, also.

Watch out, the way things are going someone might authorize a drone strike on you.
Has anyone ever thought about trying to get on the news to put our beliefs out there? Not spitting game and fucking girls. I mean thinking outside of the box and taking control of our own lives...
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RE: Obesity a 'derogatory' word
The term "obese" isn't political speech or a slur---it's a clinical term. If doctors and health experts can't use clinical terminology, how the fuck are they going to speak effectively about problems?

Fuck it---I'm just gonna say "fat" from now on. And make it my business to say at least one negative thing per week about fatness/lazy fat people/fattitude, etc.

And black/Hispanic women aren't necessarily beyond fat shaming---depending on where you are. I live in Boston, and most of the black women I encounter are normal weight. The fat black women in this town can definitely be shamed.
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RE: Obesity a 'derogatory' word
(05-10-2012 02:21 AM)houston Wrote:  
(05-10-2012 02:04 AM)Handsome Creepy Eel Wrote:  
(05-09-2012 09:15 AM)Architekt Wrote:  
(05-09-2012 07:29 AM)Roosh Wrote:  
Quote:There should be a RVF political party.
We wouldn't win any office, but we'd probably expose a lot of guys to our beliefs.

The controversy it would inevitably cause would be worth it, also.

Watch out, the way things are going someone might authorize a drone strike on you.
Has anyone ever thought about trying to get on the news to put our beliefs out there? Not spitting game and fucking girls. I mean thinking outside of the box and taking control of our own lives...

I think about ways to expose people to reality all the time. Unfortunately, a lot of the actual vessels for doing so are government regulated... And the only people that are going to find this on the internet are usually not likely to show other people, or they are going to be white knights. I have managed to convince a few people that western society is fucked for mountains of reasons. Interestingly, women have actually been more receptive and accepting.. Figures.
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RE: Obesity a 'derogatory' word
It's difficult to logic my way through the fattitude nonsense,
especially when it's with people I've known for a long time.
More often, I resort to merciless jokes and shaming at their expense.

SK: You're getting skinnyfat, you need to get to the gym.
Dumb friend: No I'm not...
SK: You're in denial.
Enabler friend: WELLLLL at least she still has a cute face!
Dummy: YeaaaAAaaaaah!
SK: When you hit the gym, you can skip the shoulder workouts.
DF: Huh?
SK: They'll get enough exercise with you taking those myspace angle photos of your "cute face".
*Silence*
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(05-10-2012 02:04 AM)LifeBeginsAt40 Wrote:  There is a big argument going on in Australia at the moment about implementing a junk food tax. Personally I think it is a great idea. Tax the companies that fatten up the population. It will force them to make healthier food and if they dont, the extra taxes they will pay will fund all the obesity related illnesses that cripple the Medicare in Australia

Terrible idea.

They'd just pass the costs on to consumers, and as an in shape guy, why should I pay more for food that I want to eat because other fat fucks are irresponsible?
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(05-08-2012 05:56 PM)Roosh Wrote:  We should come up with new names so fatties don't get upset:

-gravitationally challenged
-positive body image weight
-beautifully curvaceous

-well fed
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In Wisconsin we call them Heifers.

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(05-10-2012 08:41 AM)Kitsune Wrote:  
(05-10-2012 02:04 AM)LifeBeginsAt40 Wrote:  There is a big argument going on in Australia at the moment about implementing a junk food tax. Personally I think it is a great idea. Tax the companies that fatten up the population. It will force them to make healthier food and if they dont, the extra taxes they will pay will fund all the obesity related illnesses that cripple the Medicare in Australia

Terrible idea.

They'd just pass the costs on to consumers, and as an in shape guy, why should I pay more for food that I want to eat because other fat fucks are irresponsible?

Agreed, but... Why would you actually want to eat McDonalds?
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Starting next week HBO Documentary Films is running shows about the obesity epidemic in America. On 5/14 there's a piece on, then later in the week they're running a two-part documentary called "The Weight of the Nation," I think on Wednesday and Thursday maybe. Over the past few years, especially in NY, there have been articles in newspapers, and little snippets on network news about the issue. The real debate is what to do about it. I agree that there's no "sensitive" way of dealing with it, because it obviously targets certain easily identified individuals in society. Roosh linked to an NYTimes article regarding weight in the black community, but the author actually talked about the dangers of accepting fatness within the community, so she deserves some credit, not shame. The whole "fat acceptance" movement needs to be stopped in its tracks. With substance abusers, we all defer to the maxim that you can't get help until you admit the problem, but we shy away from that when dealing with fatties.

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(05-10-2012 12:09 PM)Architekt Wrote:  
(05-10-2012 08:41 AM)Kitsune Wrote:  
(05-10-2012 02:04 AM)LifeBeginsAt40 Wrote:  There is a big argument going on in Australia at the moment about implementing a junk food tax. Personally I think it is a great idea. Tax the companies that fatten up the population. It will force them to make healthier food and if they dont, the extra taxes they will pay will fund all the obesity related illnesses that cripple the Medicare in Australia

Terrible idea.

They'd just pass the costs on to consumers, and as an in shape guy, why should I pay more for food that I want to eat because other fat fucks are irresponsible?

Agreed, but... Why would you actually want to eat McDonalds?

I treat myself to fast food occasionally. McDonald's fries are a TREAT. Sometimes I jones for a double whopper at Burger King, or a Wendy's burger. The problem is folks that eat most or all of their daily meals there. And I definitely object to having to pay more on the occasions when I choose to indulge because the government wants to capitalize on over-indulgent pigs. All additional costs to a company get passed on to the consumer in some fashion - they aren't in business to take losses. A few cents get tacked on here and there, but it all adds up.

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Im taking a Switzerland approach towards fatties, as of late.

We cant win this war, thats just a fact. Fatties got WAY to much girth momentum (get it, it a mass joketard) on their side. I think the best thing to do is to:

A) avoid them. Dont associate with them, and be vocal as to why. "Why dont you want John and Sara to come to the bar with us?" "they're fat, I dont hang out with fat people"

B) live better than them. The whole fat acceptance thing is crutched upon the idea that you can be fat AND happy. Best way to undercut that argument is to be happier, show them the grass is greener and project it, rub it in their faces that you're life is way more awesome then theirs because you aren't a big fat fattie.


You cant beat idiots and fools. They'll just drag you down to their level and whoop your ass with experience. Best to transcend them.

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http://now.msn.com/money/0510-fast-food-...study.aspx

This Washington University study actually encourages the already fat to eat fast food for 3 months straight...thanks alot!

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(05-10-2012 03:19 PM)Chad Daring Wrote:  Im taking a Switzerland approach towards fatties, as of late.

We cant win this war, thats just a fact. Fatties got WAY to much girth momentum (get it, it a mass joketard) on their side. I think the best thing to do is to:

A) avoid them. Dont associate with them, and be vocal as to why. "Why dont you want John and Sara to come to the bar with us?" "they're fat, I dont hang out with fat people"

B) live better than them. The whole fat acceptance thing is crutched upon the idea that you can be fat AND happy. Best way to undercut that argument is to be happier, show them the grass is greener and project it, rub it in their faces that you're life is way more awesome then theirs because you aren't a big fat fattie.


You cant beat idiots and fools. They'll just drag you down to their level and whoop your ass with experience. Best to transcend them.

I read that associating with fat people makes you more likely to be fat. So just to be safe I change the radio station whenever Adele comes on.
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RE: Obesity a 'derogatory' word
Here are some more friendly fat names:

- Rotund
- Jolly (this is like "gay" = homosexual)
- Well-Fed
- Built for Comfort, not speed
- Insulated
- Clean-plate Champ
- Gastronomically Adventurous/Challenged
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