Dating a fat pig

Posted by / 13-Jan-2020 03:52

If I laugh, I rep (All of the posts made by this user account are to be considered satirical in nature and do not necessarily reflect the views, ideologies, opinions or intentions of any person or persons using the account) lol and this is why females are soo confident, this 1/10 get more guys than you will ever have females in you whole life, now try to imagine a 5/10 girl, you try to approach her while she have 1000 guys behind her, thats why 80/20 rule is applied always, only 8/10 get all females they want srs...

I don't even know where to start with this pig nosed immature sloot.

Everyone in the piece, from Helen to Tom to Carter to Jeannie, wallows in the (admittedly widespread) idea that bodies and weight can be controlled in the long term. The worst part of it is a complete scientific misunderstanding of what makes a person plus sized; La Bute depicts Helen as a self-deprecating person who eats her feelings but neglects to make clear that obesity and overweight is the RESULT of dieting, reactive eating, yo-yo dieting and body hatred. My husband and I were much like the couple in the play when we first got together, and he had to endure this attitude from friends and family. So this play hits close to home, and definitely rings true.

I read this right after finishing The Pillowman, a masterpiece, which only made this experience all the more miserable. The worst part of it is a complete scientific misunderstanding of what makes a person plus sized; La Bute depicts Helen as a self-deprecating person who eats her feelings but neglects to make clear that obesity and overweight is the RESULT of dieting, reactive eating, yo-yo dieting and body hatred.

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She has a mouth that made me throw up upon first glance and every glance after. This is the part that broke my heart for Helen and made me realize just who she is on the inside, the burdens and insecurities she must have carried her entire life and the sacrifice she was willing to make to hold on to a piece of ecstasy she assumed she'd never get to experience. Usu Neil La Bute's FAT PIG is dedicated to David Mamet. In fact, if a friend told me that Mamet actually wrote the play, I'd believe him/her. The second comes toward the end, when Helen tells Tom she would change -- radically -- for him.Man walks into a cafeteria for lunch, and immediately fixates on a corpulent woman, alone at a table, laden with viands. Carter, the smart-mouthed, asinine friend of our main character Tom surmises: “The thing [fat people] represent that’s so scary is what we could be, how vulnerable we all are. we despise it when we see it in anybody else” (71-72). This play shows how useless men are and the only likable character was Helen. Extremely well done - a tough, but worthwhile read.

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I read it once I heard that a revival was being produced with Chrissy Metz (a hero of mine) but don’t understand why I should love this show. I like the idea of a female protagonist who is very overweight and fine with it. I relate to her use of humor to defend herself against what people say about her. Each and every one of the characters were, at their core, unlikable. I respect the need to display individuals as flawed and problematic but I didn’t understand the attraction or friendship on a personality level, overarching weight point on Helen’s part notwithstanding.

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