Ladies what would you do if a guy called you fat?

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Ladies what would you do if a guy called you fat?

Secret Pleasure Secret Pleasure
this happened to my friend today so curious to see what others would of done.
Answers (public voting - your screen name will appear in the results):
nothing
rawsonbr , Chirple , Woman China , Rossie , P'Gell , PeppermintFuntimes , blacklodge , melissa1973 , Gracie , LusciousLollypop , jmex83 , xxxpage , cburger , Fun with Dick & Jane , dv8
15  (39%)
hit him if it happened in person
darthkitt3n , SeductivelyCute
2  (5%)
cry
Ryuson , TameTemptress , Sinfully , IdyllWyld
4  (11%)
never talk to him again
Squeaky
1  (3%)
tell him fuck off and hang up on hime
Ghost , wrmbreze , ksparkles16 , DreamWolf , Ansley , dbm6907 , padmeamidala , Beck , Nora , Zombirella , bayosgirl , eeep , Pixel , Hibangel , CoffeeCup , MamaDivine
16  (42%)
Total votes: 38
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Ryuson Ryuson
I'm really not sure because it would really depend on who it was. Be hurt, for sure!
02/27/2012
(k)InkyIvy (k)InkyIvy
There really should be an "other" option.
My reaction would really depend on who called me fat. If it were my partner, I'd probably call him a jackass, make it clear that he'd hurt my feelings, and walk away so I could cool off and he could think about it.
If it were a stranger, I'd probably just roll my eyes at them (as in "You need to insult a total stranger to feel better about yourself? Good job. You're a selfish cretin."
If it were a friend, I'd explain to them that- whether or not they're joking- that's a hurtful thing to say. It's like "Yeah, I AM fat. And you ARE ugly. But I'm too polite to just come out and say 'you're ugly'. Show me the same consideration.")
02/27/2012
mistressg mistressg
It depends. It's happened before, and I am definitely not. Even if I was, who cares. If it is a friend, someone I am involved with, if they mean it offensively, choice of words....
02/27/2012
BobbiJay BobbiJay
I would probably laugh in a sarcastic way and say fuck off asshole. In the past before I got my Italian anger issues under control I probably would have punched them.
02/27/2012
A.Mari A.Mari
Well I would think he was blind because I'm not fat...If I was I would tell him I already knew it and if he had a problem then he could just f off.
02/27/2012
TameTemptress TameTemptress
I voted cry, because I would be a little upset...but I don't know that I would actually cry, because I know I need to lose some weight and I've been working on it.
02/27/2012
rawsonbr rawsonbr
I wouldn't care. Mainly because my husband and I are super honest, and anyone other than my husband doesn't matter to me. I am the only person who should be concerned about my weight.
02/27/2012
smashthepatriarchy smashthepatriarchy
Quote:
Originally posted by Secret Pleasure
this happened to my friend today so curious to see what others would of done.
"You're fat!"
"Yes, I am."


That's pretty much how it would go down.
My partner said something earlier today and we were talking about weight. He said, "You're not fat, you're beautiful." I asked, "Why can't I be fat and beautiful?"

End fat-shaming! There is nothing wrong with being fat!
02/27/2012
ksparkles16 ksparkles16
Beat the crap out of him! lol
02/27/2012
Chirple Chirple
"Um, okay, that's awesome" *thumbs up*

If someone's trying to be a jerk and "get to me", I'm not going to give them any satisfaction.
02/27/2012
Woman China Woman China
I live in China. I get called fat all the time. You get used to it and learn not to take it personally. My partner calling me fat? Well, I am what I am. But it all depends on his tone of voice, the situation that he says it in and so much more.
02/27/2012
DreamWolf DreamWolf
Hard decision as you didn't leave "other"...

I handle sensitive situations pretty damn politely, and mostly I am witty and funny, telling to fuck off in a totally polite and creative way, then explain my humble opinion about why he is a fuckin asshole... Always works! ~grins
02/27/2012
Rossie Rossie
If somebody say I'm fat, then I might have gained a few unnoticed pounds, I'll eat a little less than usual (I'm a big eater), and do more exercise so I can be back to my normal size.
02/27/2012
Roz W Roz W
This happened to me once. It was a seven-year-old who did it because he knew it made adults freak out. I ignored it and went back to whatever we were trying to do.

Somebody doing that is trying to push buttons. I'm in the normal-to-almost-under weight range, but I am against fat-shaming in general.
02/27/2012
P'Gell P'Gell
Quote:
Originally posted by Secret Pleasure
this happened to my friend today so curious to see what others would of done.
I doubt it would happen, as I'm fairly small (short petite and a little zaftig, but not "fat" in many people's opinions) sized. If it did, so what? I don't take my inner feelings from external sources.
02/27/2012
Ansley Ansley
I'd laugh in his face, the last thing I am is fat. Though I am a little soft in the middle.
02/27/2012
Chilipepper Chilipepper
Welcome to my every day life. :-/
02/27/2012
JessCee JessCee
It would definitely depend on who it was... but I would be hurt no matter what. In middle school, a boy made fun of my weight, he called me a walrus, if I remember correctly. By high school, I was 90lbs, in the hospital being force to eat. Not sure I would react the same way now, but I would definitely be hurt.
02/27/2012
Beck Beck
I have been called fat my entire life and I would just tell them to fuck off. As much as it hurts me inside, I don't let anyone see that. I will tell them to straight up go fuck them selves, because I love who I am and if that is fat then so be it.

If someone calls you fat they are doing to feel better about themselves and if you feel good about who you are then you can't let that bother you. Be happy with what you got and find a man/women who likes what you got. There are plenty of chubby chaser's out there!
02/27/2012
melissa1973 melissa1973
Nothing, why should I lower myself to their level? My 12 year old is 136 pounds and her Aunt and one of her uncles started on her weight on FACEBOOK of all things. I told her to put them on her ignore list and that she was perfect hell she's tall for a 7th grader so she equals out. I'm not fat I'm just really big boned.
02/27/2012
Sinfully Sinfully
I wouldn't want to but I would most likely cry. I am way too emotional and tend to cry for all emotions: happy, sad, angry, upset, etc...
02/27/2012
Nora Nora
"Other" really...

It really depends on "who" the guy is. I've been called fat by a relative before (several in fact), that hurts...but I know that they are only trying to help in their own, ignorant, ways.

A "partner" would get smacked though!
02/27/2012
Ms. Spice Ms. Spice
Laugh. I weigh 100 pounds in mostly muscle (but I still have a little chub). So yeah, I wouldn't care.
02/27/2012
Zombirella Zombirella
Quote:
Originally posted by Secret Pleasure
this happened to my friend today so curious to see what others would of done.
It depends on the person. Is this someone she was "talking to" as in considering a relationship with? If so then I'd drop him right away because he obviously doesn't respect her. If it was a friend, I don't know, sometimes guy friends can say some pretty stupid stuff when they are mad so it would depend on how good of a friend they were if I'd let it go, I atleast expect an apology. If it's a boyfriend I'd seriously consider the relationship and staying with him. Was this the first time? That's pretty hurtful and to me that qualifies as emotional/mental abuse. If it was the first time and I forgave the person and they continued to insult/put me down then it'd be best to walk away because relationships like that don't get any better. I'm sure we have all said things we don't mean when mad but we know the topics to steer clear from and attacking someone's physical appearance that you are supposed to care about is one of the cruelest things to do, especially if the person has self-esteem problems. Besides, EVERY man with average intelligence KNOWS you DO NOT put down a girl's looks if you intend to have a good relationship with them, be it intimate or as friends. Siblings on the other hand, that's different but I can't comment on that perspective because I'm an only child. A stranger, yeah I'd be hurt and depending on my mood that day I may insult their appearance, tell them to fuck off or just act like it didn't phase me at all. The best thing to do in that situation is act like you don't care but sometimes (for me atleast) it's hard to bite my tongue and I'm quick to fire one back.

I used to fit then I gained the college weight alot of us get. I got active again and am on the Herbalife herbal diet and I've lost 15pounds in 2 months but I have foot damage and am getting surgery so I'm gonna be unable to do my cardio in the gym setting until late July but I'm sticking to my diet and I'm not going to eat any more or 'cheat' while I'm healing and I plan to lose more. I'm doing it to FEEL healthy because I don't. I don't expect to ever be like a size 4 and I don't care. People use that word to hurt other people's feelings and it usually works. But I see GORGEOUS women from tiny to large, weight doesn't make a person ugly.
02/27/2012
SeductivelyCute SeductivelyCute
It really depends on how they said it. If it were like someone I knew and they didn't mean it in a hurtful way then I'm probably lightly hit them and say shut up. If It were ment to be hurtful, I can be quick at times, so I'd probably say something smartass to have the last word then walk away cool like.
02/27/2012
Zombirella Zombirella
Quote:
Originally posted by Beck
I have been called fat my entire life and I would just tell them to fuck off. As much as it hurts me inside, I don't let anyone see that. I will tell them to straight up go fuck them selves, because I love who I am and if that is fat then so be ...
You're gorgeous, who the hell cares if you're not a twig? I just want to know who the hell said fat=ugly. Thin, built, average, chubby, thick, fat, all types of people are beautiful OR ugly. I hear people get made fun of and insulted for being TOO skinny. There's just an abundance of assholes out there that will call you out on what they know will hurt you most. You just have to build up your tough skin, I'm still working on it.
02/27/2012
Carrie Ann Carrie Ann
The question isn't what you'd do but why someone would say that.

What I would do would totally depend on who the guy was and why he said it and how well I know him
02/27/2012
LusciousLollypop LusciousLollypop
I think it would depend on the dynamic of the relationship. I've been chubby my whole life and it sometimes stings when someone says it. In the relationship I'm currently in.. I know if and when he does say it, he is just messing around with me. I call him a fatass right back and we laugh about it. That is just the dynamic kind of relationship we have.

But no, if you aren't comfortable being called it.. by all means, kick their ass. Every woman AND man is beautiful even if they are a bit chubby/overweight. We are all beautiful, inside and out. No matter what. xoxo
02/27/2012
xxxpage xxxpage
Quote:
Originally posted by Secret Pleasure
this happened to my friend today so curious to see what others would of done.
if he called me fat I'd call 911 because he would need one after saying that junk to me!
02/27/2012
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