The Dumping Grounds

January 12, 2018 | 8 Comments » | Topics: The Dumping Grounds

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  • Josh Gordon
  • Tingle

    *Liberal reaction to Mexican Mario. Everyone knows that conservatives would deport his ass.

  • the man from amsterdam

    the plus size model can say that you can love yourself at all sizes and its a good positive message. but when people who say being morbidly obese is dangerous and unhealthy are being labeled fat shamers etc. that shit is stupid. i used to weigh 400 pounds and it really is dangerous and unhealthy. it isnt fat shaming, its the truth.

    but those people who tell the truth do often say it in a douchbag way.

    • Pauly Incorrect

      I was always in great shape, until I had to undergo reconstructive surgery on my ankle from a sports injury. To make a long story short, I put on 35 lbs and never felt worse in my life. I mean I literally felt like shit. Always tired, decreased energy and motivation, decreased libido…I even didn’t feel as sharp mentally. It was a long way back, but anyone who tells you that you can be overweight and healthy is full of shit.

      • the man from amsterdam

        true. long way ? i wish i only had to do 35 lbs lol. no disrespect intended. it sucks. but i used to weigh 400. i am still fighting hard for every pound lol.

        • Pauly Incorrect

          You have my utmost respect for trying and not giving up. You’re leaps and bounds ahead of those who have given up and resigned to their fate. Keep it up bro. It will be worth every ounce of struggle that you put in.

          • the man from amsterdam

            thanks dude. it will be. but its gonna be a long frikking road my friend. it is already a long one. i have ups and downs, but sooner or later i will get around to actually working out along with dieting. and that will probably be the key to my succes. i aint giving up.

      • the man from amsterdam

        but kudos to you for losing it bro. respect.