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Crystal 26 Apr 13
don't listen to those people I'm GLAD you said something about that sign.
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Sara Lin Wilde 26 Apr 13
Because skinny ppl have the right to eat bagels, but fat people don‘t? At what weight are bagels ok?
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Sara Lin Wilde 26 Apr 13
I‘ll oblige. You‘re a lil bitch who needs to correct yourself. rocks for fighting body shame.
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Astrokid NJ 26 Apr 13
If civilization were left to women,v would still be living in huts-CamillePaglia.How Right She Was
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ADramaria Ricardo 26 Apr 13
Yeah!! Call them out. Hahaha Busted!! Check your privilege douche canoodle bros!!
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Astrokid NJ 28 Apr 13
Dude.. this crazy bitch got the sign removed
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Astrokid NJ 28 Apr 13
I am having serious trouble with my timeline. Its flooded by a few people.. I am yet to figure out a solution
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Bama 29 Apr 13
Anyone who feels shamed by this has way more issues than being fat.
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Christoph Dollis 29 Apr 13
Shame on you --- for acquiescing to 's absurd request. Pointing out nutrition facts is not wrong.
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Christoph Dollis 29 Apr 13
She phrased her absurd request politely, so I wouldn't go that far. The sign was fine.
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Christoph Dollis 29 Apr 13
The point of nutrition info is to let people make informed choices --- the sign was perfectly OK.
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Sara Lin Wilde 29 Apr 13
I‘m pro nutrition info. The problem was the part about losing weight for summer.
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Sara Lin Wilde 29 Apr 13
We‘re constantly bombarded with the msg we look wrong for summer. was right to draw attn to the implications.
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Christoph Dollis 5 May 13
No, that isn't a problem at all. Tons of people want to lose weight for summer. You're being ridiculous.
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Sara Lin Wilde 5 May 13
I‘m sure the desire to lose weight for summer has nothing to do withpressure from ubiquitous ads.
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Christoph Dollis 5 May 13
And 100s of millions of years of evolution with the desire to be sexually attractive.
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Sara Lin Wilde 5 May 13
What we consider attractive is socially conditioned.
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Christoph Dollis 5 May 13
With all due respect, your position is absurd, untrue, and asinine.
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Christoph Dollis 5 May 13
If you mean there's a social element, obviously. If you mean there isn't a major instinctive element, you're nuts
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Sara Lin Wilde 5 May 13
If that‘s all due respect, I‘m done talking. But ppl have a right to complain about body-shame ads.
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