By 94lbs of muscle - 02/10/2013 18:37
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Exactly! Her teacher had no right to say that. Even if she had an eating disorder, she still would have no right to call you out like that without your permission. Please tell me you said something to your teacher and your principal because she had no right to make a comment about you like that!
That's really fucked up. Who the hell would just walk up to someone and ask if they have a fucking eating disorder? OP's situation definitely wasn't any better though. Especially in front of all her classmates. Us people with high metabolism are lucky haha. I love being able to eat like its Thanksgiving every day and never have to worry about gaining weight. Maybe in a few years I'll have to slow down but I'll be damned if I don't enjoy it while it lasts!
68- tons of people. I've always been super skinny due to a super high metabolism, and I have ALWAYS had people asking/ accusing me of being anorexic. I still remember the first time- I was in grade 3, and a girl in my class said "do you not know how to eat or something?" She was only the first of dozens over the years, right up to my new family doctor who is convinced I'm anorexic no matter what I say. People always seem to think its their business if you don't weigh "enough".
I've got the same problem, but I don't eat that much. (I don't have an ED, I just don't get hungry easily) so when I say no to food people always say things like 'its okay to eat, you know' and I know they aren't trying to be rude, but frankly it's none of their business and it gets quite annoying.
Even though you don't have a disorder, that's horribly wrong of her to call you out on it in front of the whole class.
Many things can be mistaken for diseases or certain things these days. I'm a horrible insomniac and I always look and feel tired. I've been asked what kind of drugs I'm on by people and that maybe I need to think about stopping. I don't do any sort of drug. Just have a serious sleeping disorder.
I am thin, but my sister is a bit heavier than me (along with everyone in my family.) They are not overweight, but when they stand next to me it makes me look like I have something wrong with me. I always get, "Oh, Dragon, just eat something you are too thin. Do you have a disorder?"
I get asked about the best pizza places in the city. It's 'cause I'm fat, isn't it? *runs away weeping*
That is completely inn appropriate. Definitely you should concern this with the principal.
See my mind's image of an inn is an old traveler's inn with good hot soup (in my head it's not too bad a place), alcohol before coffee, and a barn for your horse. So under that definition I actually can't think of more than maybe 5 things you'd do in such an inn that aren't appropriate in public