HAVE YOU HEARD WE’RE ALL GOING TO DIE BUT IT’S OK THE PATRON SAINT OF SMUGNESS JAMIE OLIVER WILL SAVE US WHAT A TWAT
A right-wing bigot tried getting into an argument with me, this happens quite a lot, as I don’t know how to shut up very well. I couldn’t be bothered with it and replied “lol. enjoy your daily mail”, to which I got the following response:
“Ignorant, uncaring AND and clearly an expert at evading any unwelcome criticism! Have you considered a career in the Labour party my dear? You certainly look well-fed enough.”
GOOD GOD I cannot avoid the hate even while sitting in my own room, minding my business, writing an essay on a book about ginger people.
- Upon interjecting into a bitching session (about a girl I don’t actually like) to point out that we don’t dislike her because she’s fat, we dislike her because she’s a horrible person being told “but she doesn’t have curves fat! she’s just BIG!”. Said girl isn’t actually fat by my standards, just tall and well built… strong looking I’d say.
- Pointing out, I myself am fat, being met with “but you’re curvy!”. Translation= your curves go the right way. I get this a lot since I wear a lot of nipped in dresses, skirts and belts, and every time I want to point out that the only reason I’m “lucky” enough to have these proportions is due to excessive oestrogen thanks to multiple hormone problems. If for some reason I had to stop taking my pills everyday which is always a possibility due to the nature of my health problems, I would most likely be the “wrong” type of fat again, and thus, would be stereotyped as just another pathetic fat girl who eats doughnuts to forget the pain and cries herself to sleep. (This stereotype was also provided by some ignorance I heard in the past week)
- My doctor was writing a referral letter so that I can go see an Endocrinology specialist, and while dictating it to his little machine used the phrase “patient is, unfortunately, overweight” to which I raised an eyebrow at the fact that this is a man who having spent years studying the practice of medicine and the human body, sat there with my extensive medical history, much of which is hormone related problems and still felt the need to passive-aggressively try and fat shame me.
- More thin/slim/average/typical girls telling me about how they want to go on diets and other bullshit. Why do they tell me this? Is it a “subtle hint”? Are they just really dense? I’m not interested in your weight, you shouldn’t be in mine, allow me to get on with my life please.
I’m sure there’s more. There always is.