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By titillating - / Monday 12 March 2012 04:28 / United States
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Reality: You are single and never passed the second grade because you use words like "boobage". In my head: Pretty much the same... Except you occassionally go "OMG boobies!!!!!!! *motorboat*" when you see a pair on tv.

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Sorry 15, but the overweight women are making accounts to thumb you down. And to all of those people that say "everyone is beautiful," shut the f*** up. Not everybody is aesthetically pleasing so stop f***ing saying it. 22- and using words such as "boobage" doesn't make a person unintelligent. I'm in the 11th grade, recently scored a 2210 on my SAT, and I love boobage. There, I said it. 28- there is a lot wrong with fat people. They use up resources and generally drain public healthcare by getting diabetes. They are fatuous (see what I did there) and smell bad.

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• A 2009 study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, along with RTI International (a nonprofit research group), found that the direct and indirect cost of obesity "is as high as $147 billion annually." The study was based on figures collected in 2006. • The study found that in 2006, obese patients spent an average of $1,429 more for their medical care than did people within a normal weight range. That is a 42 percent higher cost for people who are obese. I'm not being an asshole, I'm being real. There is a difference.

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Not all obese people sweat more than all thin people. Each of us reacts to our environment uniquely. However, there is a medical basis for the finding that more obese people sweat more than their thinner counterparts. It's a simple question of physics. Thin people have less volume inside their bodies, so they have a relatively larger surface area compared to body volume. Obese people have a relatively larger body volume compared to surface area. Therefore, what seems to be the "extra" sweating is just a way that bodies of more voluminous people get rid of unneeded body heat than those with less volume. Source(s): I'm a physician with over 20 years clinical practice. Increased sweat = smell. They don't ALL smell bad, but generally speaking, obese people have a bad smell. Impressed?

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160- The diabetes must be draining your intelligence because I was talking about the overweight people who contract diabetes later in life as a result of over eating and high intake of sugar. And the fact that you are offended just makes you a bitch.

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114- I partially agree with you... but, then again in the one comment you said you were in 11th grade. Then in another post you said you were a physician with 20 years of clinical practice but, if you're in 11th grade you shouldn't even be 20 years old. Why lie?

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We already acknowledged that this situation would be terrible for dispute what the observer felt. Considering utilitarian view, not only had she been thinner would she have most likely lived a healthier lifestyle, but the dude could've had a rather interesting highlight of his day despite her shame. Considering the opposite, if she had been overweight, she would most likely yield a higher probability for various poor health conditions on top of her humiliation, not to mention atop that, the man probably didn't even feel remotely aroused. In terms of happiness, thin wins 1 > 0.

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