I’ve always found this phrasing “narrow body standards” odd. Too often, it’s in place of fat acceptance. Seeking to exclude FP, whilst trying to appear not to. I find it hard to relate to people moaning about standards they perceive as not including them, at the same time as they are pointedly excluding others.
stoat-s replied to your post “I’m curious and I’d like to get your opinion on it, but if it’s not…”His weight gain was intentional, just because he felt like doing it. And he lost the weight for the same reason
If he wanted to get fat, then why the hell was he fat-shaming? What an asshole.
McElhenney has already lost nearly half the weight in a month, after spending five months packing it on.
I cannot begin to imagine how that feels. Indeed, I don’t think I’ve ever heard of anyone who gains and loses in this way. I’m sure there are others, they just keep it to themselves.
And you’ve lost 23 pounds in a month? That’s the most amazing part of this.
MCELHENNEY: Losing it is easy. You just stop eating so f—ing much. [I’m also] working out three times a week. Regardless of your metabolism, if you stop consuming so many calories, you will lose weight.
Typically clueless 5-minute-fatty gainer logic [fat for five mins and thinks he knows it all] w/e. Reminder, they do it for themselves, no matter what they tell us.
He says he gained weight in his comedy show to point out what he calls the vanity in other shows where the actors get progressively better looking as series go on. Due to their stars getting richer.
He says some other things too about how his mood changed and how upbeat he felt, due to the extent of energy he’d taken in. That’s why the body uses hunger/appetite and metabolic shifts to try and stop a person’s overall mood from sinking.
And shield your eyes fat guys, penis anxiety rears its head [see what I did there?!]
Revealing in ways he doesn’t suspect.