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And, just to be clear, the views of these men are not my views — or necessarily the views of Your Tango.

Fortunately, our friends at MAN v FAT - the leading men's weight-loss website - has polled the users of its popular online forum and put together 24 of the worst things about being a fat bloke. They will attempt to physically restrain you with the power of horrified expressions if you even look like you’re going to walk down the sweets or crisp aisles. If you take one thing away from this article it’s that you should never Google Image Search “sweaty body fold gunk”. Not feeling sexy You know, nothing special, just day-to-day sexy.

He eventually relents and they spend an enjoyable day strolling around New York and cracking each other up — until she refers to herself as fat and Louie tells her she isn’t.

This launches her into an inspired monologue about the many ways in which being an overweight woman is being worse than an overweight guy. And yet you would never date a girl like me.” It’s a cutting point: Louie, the very embodiment of portliness and schlumpiness, sees himself as somehow above women who are overweight. They’re conditioned to see themselves as beneath So is she, right? “Men and women do differ on how much their assessment of physical attractiveness is influenced by body weight,” said Eli Finkel, a relationship and attraction expert at Northwestern University, in an email.

Plus, some of us have difficult relationships with food. I don't know about you, but I can put two tablespoons of dressing on a piece of lettuce at home. Friend, if I'm not telling you that you'd look cuter if you cut your hair, plucked your eyebrows, or took off that hideous velour track suit, you don't need to tell me how cute I'll look once I weigh 150 pounds and can fit into skinny jeans. "At least no one cares how guys look." Except I care! Unfortunately, not all of us will get there and that's OK.

I'm glad more people are recognizing that being fat isn't a problem of being lazy and eating Cheetos off your chest all day, but it's also not always a medical condition. But if dudes continue to be dismissed when they try to talk about body issues, it's just going to make us care more, not less. "I like/love you even though you're fat." This is something that many dudes I know have explicitly heard.

I appreciate that, especially if it's just a nice compliment that doesn't come with a "but" after. If I'm all "let's go running," you should absolutely come if you want to.

I know plenty of guys who struggle with their weight while also trying to eat healthy and exercising.4. Like stress and societal pressure and not being able to fit on the rides at the amusement park (which leads to more stress). What I am allergic to is people gently suggesting I might try a salad when we go to a restaurant. I also don't consume entire baskets of bread at home, but if I'm at the Cheesecake Factory, you'd better believe I'm going to town on the rolls.11. " As opposed to now when I look like an actual monster that crawled out from under someone's bed? In fact, so many dudes care about how they look that eating disorders and body dysmorphia are on the rise. I'm not saying that men are as violently shamed for not fitting a certain ideal as women are, but there's definitely pressure for us to look like the dudes on TV and also Channing Tatum.

And, even beyond that point, weight is more strongly linked to a woman’s attractiveness than a man’s.” What complicates things a bit, though, is that men and women aren’t as different as we think they are when it comes to how important looks are in the grand scheme of things.

Forget about eye contact from the cashier if you’ve bought ice-cream. The stuff that grows in the folds of your body We’re not doctors but we know that whatever this stuff is, it’s gross, it itches and it smells. That feeling that you’ve got a rocket in your pocket and that you quite possibly have it Going On. Sitting in a Weight Watchers’ meeting listening to women bang on about emotions “…So in the end I just sat by the fridge and cried and cried and cried.

No one has ever successfully recovered The Vibe after uttering the words, “If you hold this bit up then I think I can just about get it in.” 4.

You know that the solution is to make healthier choices with your food and be more active. Those painfully-polite conversations from well-meaning friends “Would you like me to come with you to Weight Watchers? The fact that clothing designers stop caring after a 34″ waist Wardrobe options for the fat man – do you wear the fat guy hat, or not? Crippling exhaustion just from standing When gym bros lift a particularly heavy weight they scream and cheer, post videos of it all over Facebook and then reward themselves with an awesome protein shake. You think my fractured arm could have something to do with my weight? It makes no sense – my gut should hold my pants up, but instead, they slide down like a beached jellyfish sliding over a couple of smooth pebbles. Fear of any situation which might require a harness, seatbelt or restraint 17. People assuming that because you’re overweight you are mythically strong I’m fat, not The Hulk. People assuming you will be mythically deft and light on your feet I’m fat, not a walking-talking-dancing cliche. Any situation where you have to be even partially naked Of course I’m going to wear a t-shirt to swim in, that way you won’t be able to see how horrifically fat I am. The horrific things it does to your penis You’ll have noticed that being fat tends to minimise things, or perhaps you’ve just accepted that you haven’t seen your penis since the first season of The West Wing aired. And why are you projecting the image of this fat person who I fail to recognise?

Instead of doing that you punch yourself in your face WITH EPIC QUANTITIES OF FOOD. ” “We’re worried about you…” “Those garden chairs aren’t built to take normal people.” 7. When a fat man gets out of a chair the only recognition he hears is the “Oooooof! Belt buckle rash Every time you stand up you’ve got the most exquisite reproduction of your belt buckle on the underside of your gut. Whether it’s failing by comparison with your immense gut, or simply because your pubic fat pouch (that’s apparently a thing) is sort of swallowing everything, there’s no denying that fat is not a good look for your todger.

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