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Old 06-28-2011, 12:09 PM
 
Location: SoCal - Sherman Oaks & Woodland Hills
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Originally Posted by Halo_in_reverse View Post
It's OK that you are concerned about the health of a person, whom you've never met . As a trainer, I'm sure you know that it's not OK to humiliate your clients - but of course I guess you already knew that

I agree - your presence to your children is invaluable. However, being healthy entails so much more than physical health, your mental health also leaves a lasting legacy with your children. I would hope that you knew that too.
My mental health is just fine thank you. The Diploma from Stanford on my wall says so. Really, dont even get me started about mental health because I think obesity is just as much a mental disease as physical disease. This thread is not about that though, so do a search for my thread on that if you so choose.

Its not about humiliating people, its finding whatever button you can to motivate and encourage them to change their dangerious behavior.

 
Old 06-28-2011, 05:38 PM
 
Location: Queens, NY
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Curvy doesn't mean plump. An 'S' has more curves than a 'B'. A 'B' has more creases. Plump women have FEWER curves and more CREASES than truly curvy women who are thin but have hourglass figures.

Please stop calling plump women curvy. It's an insult to women with hourglass figures.
Are you serious?
 
Old 06-28-2011, 09:24 PM
 
Location: Up in the air
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My mental health is just fine thank you. The Diploma from Stanford on my wall says so. Really, dont even get me started about mental health because I think obesity is just as much a mental disease as physical disease. This thread is not about that though, so do a search for my thread on that if you so choose.

Its not about humiliating people, its finding whatever button you can to motivate and encourage them to change their dangerious behavior.
I disagree. Some people do have legitimate medical problems that hinder their ability to lose weight. I have a genetic disorder that happens to cause extreme fatigue regardless of treatment. Imagine walking a 15 minute mile then needing to take a 3 hour nap to recover. In addition, I was recently diagnosed with hypothyroidism. I rarely eat over 1500 calories a day of good, whole, mostly raw foods to try and counteract my lack of exercise.

If you treated me the way you talk on this message board, it would certainly motivate me...to get a new personal trainer.

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You're Lao's client?

Anyways regarding curvy. I believe this lady is the definition of "curvy".
A very pretty definition




Edit: and without that corset, she might fit the "plump" too but I doubt it.
That's basically what I look like, except I'm 6'1 I LOVED when she became popular because all of a sudden my body type was back in 'fashion' and there were suddenly clothes that fit me!
 
Old 06-29-2011, 07:43 AM
 
Location: anywhere but here
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so the women with those back boobs...are they suppose to be curvy? and for the record it makes me VERY angry to see some men with bigger breasts than me! life is so unfair....
 
Old 06-29-2011, 10:34 AM
 
Location: Romania
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Well then, I guess this guy would beat all ladies hands down.

 
Old 07-06-2011, 12:25 PM
 
Location: san antonio texas
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Whats not to like about a bigger girl?
nothing, so long as shes thick and curvy and not fat (as is the case with most women in san antonio who label themselves bbw)
 
Old 07-07-2011, 12:37 AM
 
Location: Garland Texas
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I had no idea the fashion and beauty thread was so full of humor. I think its safe to say most fat people are aware that they are fat. euphemisms seem to run amok.
 
Old 09-12-2011, 01:41 PM
 
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These women are lumpy.
Yes, that's a good description.
 
Old 09-12-2011, 06:56 PM
 
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I had no idea the fashion and beauty thread was so full of humor. I think its safe to say most fat people are aware that they are fat. euphemisms seem to run amok.
This.
 
Old 09-13-2011, 09:14 PM
 
Location: grooving in the city
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Good. Glad you learned something. Now hit the gym and lose some weight. Your kids and husband (if you have) will appreciate it. Husband will like you more and your kids will be happy knowing that mommy will be around to watch them grow up.
Um, Rainroosty is a guy. I'm telling his Mommy on you.
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