I gotta get this one thing off my chest.
It is incorrect to assume
that because one is FAT,
they eat a lot.
We were at a dinner party a few weeks ago.
There were 4 women at my table;
2 thin, 1 average, and 1 fat.
There was all sorts of zombie apocalypse talk going on
(which I, of course didn't participate in,
as I am completely uneducated on the subject)
and one of the skinny ones,
who was sitting next to me - the fat girl,
says to the other skinny woman,
"You could be on my team,
because you wouldn't eat much."
I'm not easily offended.
And I wasn't offended,
but y'all it has bugged me.
There is a very good chance that I eat less
than both of those skinny girls.
(and the average-sized one, too)
but because of my size,
the assumption persists
and other people who carry excess fat on their bodies,
eat a lot.
And that is simply
(maybe even, often)