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By Anonymous - / Monday 10 January 2011 19:06 / Denmark
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Disgustingly fat is obese. People were only supposed to be plump/chubby. Whether or not people from this generation understand it, having a little extra weight is okay, and even healthier than not having enough weight on you. Not being obese. But plump. Or thick as you could call it.

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26: How about we find a medium somewhere? Not chubby, but not anorexic skinny. Somewhere in the middle of the spectrum. I always thought thick was another word for curvy. Not chubby.

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33- Thick isn't really chubby, you're right. And medium weigh is perfectly healthy too. Im saying that obese isn't healthy, but being chubby is, along with in between. I don't know, I'm tired right now, so im kind of rambling.

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Honestly, why do girl's think fake tans look attractive? I prefer natural looking skin, which would be pale in the winter and tan in the summer. My school just had a dance and there are tons of orange chicks walking around, shit is gross.

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49, just because you happen to have darker skin doesn't mean pale isn't beautiful. Ever heard of "porcelain white skin"? There is nothing healthy about a tan, especially for people with naturally alabaster skin like mine. It's just begging for cancer and wrinkles.  

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49 I can think pale is beautiful all I want. Don't press your opinion on me, because all it is is YOUR opinion. Personally, I hate tans. They DO look nice, but the cost for them is too great.

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Yeah, fat meant you were rich back then because it meant you had enough money to eat. skinny and starving was for poor people. The only reason people were skinny back then is if they were starving.

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#113 Guess what? GOOD FOR YOU. I like my pink hair. And wow, insulting a person on their display picture in a discussion that is not related to it? That is low.

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I was out in the sun every day over the summer disc golfing, swimming, rock climbing, camping, and hiking, but I stayed white because I wear sunscreen. Does that make me lazy?

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Read comment #27. I wish I knew what you meant by "humans are meant to be in the sun." If that were true, skin cancer and sunburn wouldn't exist. I treat skin cancer, and my first question is always "Are you a sun worshipper?" Invariably, the answer is in the affirmative. Everything in moderation, I understand. But even small amounts of direct sunlight increases the risk of skin cancer dramatically. These days there are very few advantages to direct sunlight, other than a sense of well-being.

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What about the vitamin D doc? I thought that was the purpose of being exposed to sunshine? I will never be pale, wasn't born that way, but I don't spend enough time in the sun to get appreciably darker anywhere but my face and left arm.

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But isn't it better to get it from the sun? I mean, you can get vitamine C out of a bottle, but it's still better to just eat fruit and vegetables, right?

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#81, just letting you know, the amount of exposure to sun that's considered "healthy" and enough to give you the right amount of vitamin D is about 10 minutes every day, even on cloudy days.

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