For some people being fat is something bad, but for others is a great way to be. Neil Steinberg the author of “O.K., so I’m Fat” who also wrote “Drunkard”, states in his thesis that all the drawbacks of being could be shucked off, if it weren’t for the standing rebuke and constant insult that thin people offer. Thin people for me cause a lot of damage to fat people by always placing those insults on their minds. For that I agree with the Steinberg.
Neil Steinberg says: A good friend of mine asked “A diet coke maybe?” We live in a world that we all are different from nose size to everything in our body. Asking someone obese, if you could get a diet coke or something low on calories is that an insult or what? I remember me and my friends were at the field day and there is this fat friend of us, this kid says to him “At the race if you start rolling instead of running, you are going to beat all of us” I know that what he just said was bad, but it really was funny, so everybody started laughing. Why laugh at something that hurts people feelings? That made me think, “Thin people could be really insulting sometimes”
I agree when he says “Surprisingly, I have less trouble with thin people who don’t need to think about their weight” Fat people are not the only ones to have eating disorders, I know thin people that eat like “maniacs” people like me, and they are still slim. I think that he feels better with people, who behave that way, because they are doing the same thing as him. Maybe they are doing the same thing but thinness is a capricious fate, because by doing the same thing some gain weight and other stay the same way.
Food is something that no matter what you got to eat it, it is the fuel of your body. Is something so delicious when you feel it entering your mouth, but no matter how mouth-watering it is; if you eat too much it will have a negative effect. I know that sometimes thin people are ignorant and can be insulting. Also I know that fat people...