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  hellokat1  |  7

Well I'm not fat myself but my dad has tried losing weight and and as he's gotten older it's been more and more difficult to get to where he wants to be. Just because it's used as an excuse doesn't mean it's not true.

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  WillKill4Beer  |  7

Nope, if OP is a fatty, then that's his or her fault for not getting in shape or being in shape. I like going to the gym and exercising. if a person is fat, it's their own fault for letting themselves get like that! Simple as that!

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  CateXOX  |  26

OP could be average or underweight but insecure about their weight. Or they could just be happy about dropping a few pounds, even when they're content with their weight. Even if OP is overweight, which you can't assume, surgery is not the right answer, and losing weight can be particularly hard for some people.

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  thatonename  |  26

if someone was underweight, why would they be proud of loosing weight? all I can come up with is some psycological disorder where op will never think they're skinny enough. if that's the case, there are much deeper issues than a fly being left down... op is most likely at least slightly heavy and the majority of people are going to assume the worse. it's the Internet. get over it.

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59: For your sake, I hope you're on the low end of 5 feet. If not, you might be in dangerous territory with that mindset. Despite what the media preaches, skinnier isn't always better. =

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