- “Health” is an arbitrary measure that is personal and private.
- There is no moral obligation to be “healthy”.
- Fat bodies are not public property to be managed/controlled.
- Even “unhealthy” people deserve to live their lives in peace and dignity.
- Fatness is not an addiction,…
I can agree to this to a degree but not fully. I do not like the term healthy. The only healthy I can agree with is living a lifestyle consisting of sufficient exercise, natural and biologically sound food choices, and a reasonable sleep cycle. I respect those who choose to take care of themselves to an optimum level. I am not one of those people, and often abuse my body as much as possible. On the third point I do agree people should be left alone in all their devices to an extent. But there is a point where we go from alright to dangerous. There are people out and about who do need a bit of help getting back within a safe weight and I don’t think that should be an issue. Live your life within a reasonably safe limit. Living a very unhealthy lifestyle myself I would love to be left alone. Having some fool explain to me the down side of drinking heavily, and how smoking pounds of pot in a month will kill you faster makes my blood boil. Leave me the fuck alone.
Also I prefer the term Big Ole Teddy Bear rather than fat.
Also me on the set of my new cooking show.
Excuse me… read number 10 again, then write it 100 times, and STFU.
Hold up hold up….Did he *really* just say that he wants people to stop telling him that binge drinking and drugs is bad for him, but that fat people need help to lose weight? What the actual fuck?
So, dude, you want people to leave YOU alone for what you self-describe as your own unhealthy lifestyle, and yet you still think other people who, in your (non-expert, non-informed) opinion, are “unhealthy” should be “helped”? Can you really, truly not see what the issue is here?