Thursday, February 23, 2012 11:33:47 AM
Wow thub, someone sounds pretty cranky there. From the tone of your posts it sounds like you've inherited the same superiority complex that those people who made you feel so bad had. That makes you as bad as they are, so be careful.
We are not in a society where it`s hard to stay thin. We are in a society where you`re going to be unhealthy if you`re misinformed and lazy, or have an eating addiction. When it comes down to it, if you want to lose weight you`ve got to research and put it into action.
IT`S A MYTH that poor people can not afford good food. Sadly most are uninformed, and eat poorly because of this. Buy some dried brown rice, dried beans, and hit up a few farmers` markets and tell me that you still can`t find healthy and cheap food.
No one should be discriminated against. I even think thick girls are pretty attractive. But obesity should never be considered a norm in society, as it`s a condition that kills and needs to be eradicated.
Thursday, February 23, 2012 10:57:19 AM
'...revolutionary fit system focusing on a womanâ€™s shape and proportions, not her size.` The whole point of this ad is that the women shown ARE the same dress size just differently proportioned and the jeans are still well fitting. It`s just been worded horribly. Ultimately, if you are happy and healthy, it just doesn`t matter what number is on the tag. Live and let live.