All of you who deny your thin privilege can take this seat that I’ve got pulled out for you.
But it’s only one seat.
And you all have to try to fit in that one seat.
And if you can’t fit? Sorry. I’m not getting another seat. Sit in that one. It’ll be uncomfortable. It’ll hurt. It’ll probably leave you with bruises, and people will know where they’ve come from. Your privilege takes up a lot of fucking space afterall.
I should make you more privilege-checking seats so you’re not uncomfortably sitting in one seat? Sorry, fat people are lazy.
I should stop laughing at the fact that you’re so upset about posts on thin privilege? Sorry, fat people are jolly!
I should stop talking about the oppression of fat people? Sorry, fat people are undisciplined and I dunno how to keep my big fat mouth shut.
I should make thin privilege easier for you to understand so that I’m not ~*~reverse discriminating~*~* against you? Sorry, fat people are greedy, and I’d rather blog about the importance of fat acceptance than you.
YOU AREN’T BORN FAT, IT IS NOT A PRIVILEGE.
You can either accept the fact that your struggles in your life are because of your fat body, or you can continue to drag a different body-type that you hate simply because it’s celebrated into this argument. I was born thin, I apologize for existing and needing a size 2, making your clothes more expensive. What do you want me to do, kill myself? Would that make your sweater cost less?
I’m not going to apologize or kiss your feet because I’m thin (apparently that makes your life so hard), and because you think I have privilege. My body type is not your business.
Most importantly, though, why are you bitching about the thin people who are angry about this shit when you’re the one dragging them into it by blaming YOUR FAT ISSUES on our body-type existing?
You really don’t make any sense. Stop trying to make yourself feel better by having someone to blame for your FAT-INDUCED STRUGGLES.
Thank you, have a nice fucking day.