… Is because they don’t want to be “educated”. If they did, they’d use the internet for something useful, like research from guys like Alan Aragon, Lyle McDonald or Martin Berkhan, masterminds in the nutritional science game.
But they don’t.
They don’t want to.
Fat people are lazy, and instead of working to reach a healthy weight they cry on the internet about fat acceptance and the misnomer that is “thin privilege”.
Can we please stop the Marilyn Monroe nonsense once and for all? You know what I’m talking about: the content fatties spew in regards to convoluting Marilyn Monroe’s figure, how much she weighed and her body type. Did you know that Marilyn was only 117 lbs. when she died at age 36?
It’s mindnumbingly annoying to me how often people misattribute quotes to MM. Back when I was 16 in 2007, I went through a phase for two months reading up on starlets/actresses of the 1940s and 1950s and went through a lot of Marilyn Monroe (and others) reads, solid reads! And having done all of that, to this day when I see some dumbass (usually a hambeast) misattribute some quote to MM that was never emitted in the first place, I can’t help but flip shit.
She never said that, “if you can’t handle me at my worst…” bullshit! Goddamn it! That’s the misattributed quote of all-time!
Being fit and looking sexy was extremely important to Marilyn Monroe, people. She didn’t sit on her ass, shovel food into her mouth, blame genetics and whine about it at the end of the day.