Monday, June 29, 2009

a sensitive subject

Before you read this, I must warn you: there is going to be profanity. Maybe more than usual. Why the profanity, and is it really necessary? When dealing with fat people, yes, profanity is necessary.

I just read an article about what airlines are doing to accommodate their growing number of fat customers. And holy shit, there are some real gems in there:

  • "Everyone suffers. The obese people suffer and the people who are skinny and get spilled over on suffer as well."
  • "Still, some larger passengers who need more than one seat believe being charged extra is discriminatory and the airlines are not accommodating the growing American waistline."
  • "The airlines need to be making bigger seats," said Peggy Howell, a spokeswoman for the National Association to Advance Fat Acceptance, a group based in San Francisco, California. "It's not safe to be cramming us into two seats."

WAIT WHAT? THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION TO ADVANCE FAT ACCEPTANCE?

WHAT THE FUCK, ARE YOU KIDDING ME?

Let me explain something to you - IT'S NOT OK TO BE A FAT TUB OF SHIT. IT'S NOT ACCEPTABLE TO BE REALLY FAT.

Yeah, if you're sick, or injured, fine, you have an excuse. Nine times out of ten though, that's not the case.

Most people are fat because they are fat, lazy, worthless pieces of shit - plain and simple. You know, the more I think about it, I might just dedicate this blog to ending obesity/hating fat people.

If I were an airline spokesperson, and was asked to comment, I would offer up one sentence:

"holy fuck you're fat and i'm so pissed off about it that i can't even use proper grammer and spelling gtfo fatty"

I'm going to make you all a promise right now. I promise that, for the rest of my life, every chance I get, I will discriminate against fat people.

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