Maybe I should say then that I base initial notions of someone on their appearance? Note I say initial. Lets say you meet someone dressed as a police officer. My initial judgement would be they are either a Police Officer, or in Fancy Dress. In a similar way when I see someone who is fat my initial assessment would be that they don't take sufficient interest in their health. Now (The use of "sufficient" is based on opinion I admit).
I don't think "fat person, therefore they must be a terrible person" or anything like that, and I'm not even saying everyone has to be super duper thin etc. I recognize that not everyone has the same body shape, I just feel that some people don't take their health and well-being seriously enough.
Also, if someone mentioned that they were fat, or thought they were, and I said "Yes, I agree", would this garner a positive response? More then likely not.
This post has been edited by belgarion262: 03 January 2014 - 09:59 AM