By Anonymous - 19/04/2012 14:14 - Ireland - Dublin
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#105 are you serious!?.. as far as ive noticed the majority of glossy mags go on n on about female celebs gaining weight and how to lose pounds in weeks!... in all my years I've never once read an article that explains how to gain weight in a healthy manner! ...n as for rude comments about weight, ive found that people seem to think its much more socially acceptable to call someone skinny then it is to call another fat! (as if 'skinny' is a compliment! psssh) :S
#142-- Yeah, that's in magazines. In pretty much every other form of media (on TV, in the news, in schools and on the internet especially) people are told that you shouldn't listen to what magazines show you-- they are TRYING to make people more comfortable with being chubby/bigger, but the way a lot of people choose to do that is by harassing naturally thin people. I know naturally thin people who have been called anorexic, bulimic, whores, sluts, etc. Look at any Youtube video with a thin girl, and there will undoubtedly be a comment telling her to eat a sandwich or calling her anorexic. The news does this as well-- if an actress is dubbed "too thin", even if she is in a healthy weight range or it's her natural weight, she's labeled anorexic... It's a double standard.
Wha.... What? Why? With who? How would that subject even come up?
The good news is that you can have a lot of small talk if you could talk about that casually, so that's good :) Just find something more small talk that is relevant and dates would go so much better if you're single ^^ I don't mean to assume though, hve a nice day ^^