"Those seats are uncomfortable for literally everybody, but I deserve to exist. I deserve to be in the world."
The salesperson who tries to get you to buy clothes that don't fit, saying that you'll lose the weight.
Happy eggnog and peppermint hot chocolate season, to all!
"I can be fat and still be out of your league."
Cheese and meat and more cheese and meat.
Like, how do you eat healthily if you're literally always hungry? Or can you drink alcohol if you're trying to lose weight?
"What the hell is this?"
Business daddy at your service.
You just lift things up and put them down...right?
Because sometimes things get way too out of hand.
"This feels like an HR violation."
*Googles "how to get a six-pack in a week"*
"Are You Crazy? I’m not eating cookies."
Trump's agriculture secretary wants to "make school meals great again."
Obesity is a medical condition, not an opportunity for comic relief. But when I express this emotion, the response is “chup be rondhu, yeh le samosa kha”.
"Somehow, it seems, regardless of how we look LITERALLY EVERY WOMAN THINKS SHE'S FAT. All of us want to lose weight, we hate our bodies."
You'd say you've got an "average" body type, but WHAT DOES THAT EVEN MEAN?!
So what exactly is cellulite?
*Eats entire package. Finds out it was actually three servings*
Just some stuff everyone who eats should probably know.
For when your stomach is an actual black hole.
Their strategy was to dupe us into thinking it was all saturated fat — not sugary sweets — to blame for heart disease.
An abusive ex convinced me he was special because he celebrated my not-thin body. When I lost weight, he lost his leverage over me.
"I got 48 straight hours of constant hate mail."
Jiggling away fat like it's 1956.
And did you know there's a new version on the way?
“… there is nothing more painful than not being able to see what you truly look like.”
'Cause confidence looks good on you.
Our fear of fat keeps us docile and controllable. But what could we do if we stopped being afraid?
Your insecurities are jerks. Kick 'em to the curb.
Healthy (Indian adj): Someone who has gained a noticeable amount of weight.
"If I can’t find someone that looks like me in the media, why not just do it myself?"
Researchers followed the reality show contestants for six years and found most gained back the weight because their metabolism had significantly slowed.
Because there is NOT just one answer.
"You don't pay more for shoes when you have bigger feet, do you?!"
“It’s like the bread’s breaking, it can’t handle the sandwich.”
"I'm okay with not hiding behind euphemisms like curvy or shapely."
Vive les formes et vive les chips!
You are your own worst enemy.
"You want me to look like a giant piece of brown turd!!"
“There’s always something to fix.”
It’s the GOOD kind of fat!
"Your fat can actually be great."
You become at least 6 different people.
The health inequality gap is growing.
Adorable little chubsters!
How hard can 3 words be, and why?