By lpspann87 - 24/09/2011 21:34 - United States
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#9 You sound like a complete 8 year old when someone cuts in line for lunchtime. Let me guess, you wanted to be first, but instead someone beats you and you write this, " oh wah, I wanted to be first, but someone beat me, now I will complain, WAAAAAHHHHH". Baby want a bottle, a BIG DIRT BOTTLE?!?!?!
173 Health wise, being thinner is better than being fatter. I'm not talking about extremes, just slightly over vs. slightly under. I'm also not talking about what's "attractive" or what's "acceptable" or what's politically correct. You might be biased because you know more people who are anorexic/bulimic than obese, but please remember that all three are eating disorders, albeit at different ends of the spectrum. 177, I can see your point, but obesity is as much of a choice as anorexia/bulimia. It's mostly a psychological issue. Different people have different ways of dealing with stress and emotions. I'm sympathetic towards those with weight issues, but by no means should we pretend it's okay to be obese.