By Anonymous - United States - Omaha
Today, I had to buy groceries while suffering horrible morning sickness. My nausea magnified as I stood in line behind an obese lady wearing a tank top and tiny short shorts. I lost everything in my stomach when she stuck her hand down her shorts and started scratching at her ass-crack. FML
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  MedKits  |  9

I've seen a lot of things in my time. Leaking brain matter, ruptured intestines, even random everyday objects stuck up people's butts, and none of it bothers me.

I will never be ok with obese people in short shorts.

  sharksfan48  |  13

I don't know about you guys but I try to not scratch my ass or just touch anything around my private parts in public. Guess the bitch thought that she was at home.

  mommy2cassidy  |  18

I definitely think that people should dress for their size. I do not really like anyone in short shorts (way too short IMO) but also, with ANY body size, you should focus on clothes that compliment your figure. I know quite a few larger people (not obese but not tiny) and all but one wear flattering clothes. The other one wears clothes meant for smaller people (clothes have sizes for a reason-don't be ashamed to wear your proper size if it looks good) and it doesn't flatter her body one bit. If she wore clothes her size she would look way better.


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  freshberries22  |  17

I wouldn't go as far as to say obese people shouldn't wear daisy dukes because you will find in every size women wear things that are inappropriate. There's just a time and place for everything and daisy dukes shouldn't leave the bedroom.

  saksxalmo  |  20

#38 actually has a point. If you don't like it, you don't have to look. It has nothing to do with being "psychologically scarred" (as though hateful speech can't do the same thing? Both clothing and speech have limits, you know. It's called public indecency and libel/harassment/hate speech.) I don't understand why s/he got so many thumbs down.

Besides, people come in all shapes and sizes, and everyone has a different standard for what's "too fat". Personally, I don't think ANYONE should wear shorts that short (I mean, you might as well just wear two pairs of underwear) but I would never tell anyone else what they should and shouldn't wear provided it's legal and not directly affecting me. :P

What's next? Ugly people shouldn't be allowed to go out without makeup on? :/

  junkman6  |  22

When you make people physically sick to their stomachs by letting your fat rolls and cottage cheese hang out you've crossed a line. It's not like they were at a beach or pool! And saying daisy dukes are always wrong is stupid. A fit woman works hard on her legs why can't she show them off to be appreciated. To the women who posted that about daisy dukes should ripped guys not be allowed to wear tank tops to show off the muscles they work hard for? So stupid.

  pinkredneck30  |  2

The thing is with that, it's like a moth to a flame. You don't want to look, but your so horrified that you can't move or look away! Fat or not people need to dress accordingly to their figure. If it don't fit then you need to quit! And find a bigger size! If I don't want to see my jelly why the hell would I want to see someone else's? Disgusting!

  saksxalmo  |  20

Actually, "attractive" people usually don't work for it. For the most part, you are genetically predisposed to either have an attractive body or an ugly body (like with boobs-- gaining weight or getting pregnant makes them bigger, but for the most part their size is fixed.) Two people can exercise or not exercise exactly as much as one another, and one will probably end up looking better than the other. SO most attractive people did not "earn" the right to put themselves on display any more than ugly people, unless they had plastic surgery.

Technically you mean there is a medical definition for obese and overweight. Fat is more aesthetic and subjective. The problem with obesity rates is that they're based on BMI, which is not an accurate measure of how fat you are. Many thin or "healthy"-looking people are technically overweight according to their BMI. I DO think unhealthy weights are a problem, I just don't think you should use such an inaccurate system to measure it. :P

To an extent, I do agree that there's a limit. If you're showing like 75% of your skin, you may have gone too far, regardless of size. That limit often comes sooner for fat people (do the math), but that doesn't give you the right to discriminate against them...

  kyleekay  |  25

36- Wouldn't surprise me... having worked at an online high school, I worked with a lot of pregnant teens. It's like the baby boom round 2 these days.

  Autoshot  |  9

15 and pregnant is an ugly recipe for food stamps and welfare, paid for by over-taxed people like me. Give your sister this message for me; You're Welcome.

  mpalmiter  |  0

I got married at 19 and we had a fantastic marriage until the day he died almost 15 years later. Don't be so quick to judge. I will admit though, we were the exception to the rule.