Weight is also a social construct. Even though the scale says 180, I identify as 225 and 6% body fat
@Smash Like Gaston, I identify as fat because I'm fat.
@crazysheep, wait, that’s not how it works!
@Jolee Bindo, that’s exactly how it works!
I really fücking hate all these stupid little cry babies who can't own up to what they are
This is advanced stupid right here.
Gender=/=sex, and yes there are significant genetic influences on weight but living a healthy and active lifestyle will prevent you from being fat for *most* people, the exceptions being those with thyroid issues for the most part
The world is becoming a bigger joke by the day
@megamanx181x, “idiocracy” in real life. Who knew it would prove to be a predictive documentary.
I identify as 2 midgets in a trench coat. One of the midgets identifies as a set of African American, non-binary, gender-queer legs, and the other identifies as a Boing 747 airliner with exactly 52 seats, pink wings, and a gay pilot. Respect us or get charged with a hate crime.
Can all men and intelligent women just please stop listening to the new wave of fake feminism and these insanely delusional people? Seriously. We need your help to stop spreading stupid
What is the joke, except that neither is true?
I'll admit, not ALL fatty girls are hot
@SqurtieMan, there's thicc, and then there's round.
Isn’t race a social construct too... (according to Rachel Dolzeal)
I identify as an attack helicopter.
I’m watching you, Wazowski. Always watching.
I have the body of a god.
Calories in vs calories out. Hit your nutritional requirements, meaning vitamins minerals and good amino acids, then function at a 500 calorie a day deficit or workout that 500 calorie value (without getting a treat to reward) better idea, do both in moderation and get healthy fast