Scott on Fat Chicks

August 30, 2010 · 7 comments

No, I haven’t finally figured out how to post photos.  Below is Scott’s first guest-post.  At his request, I’ve corrected some spelling and punctuation – otherwise, it’s directly from Scott’s keyboard to your eyes:

Ok so I’m going to rant this is my first maybe my last rant on this here blog.  Why do I get to rant here ‘cause I asked.  Sure Ted was in the woods with me and my new razor sharp knife when I asked but I’m sure he would have said yes anyway. That’s what friends are for.

“I’m so fat” yes these three words bring my blood to a slow boil.  I hear it all the time from women yes lots of times beautiful women but when I hear “I’m so fat” a lot of that beauty goes out the window. I know the most appropriate response is “no you’re not”, but when I was a little younger and a lot bolder my response was “ya you are” if only in an attempt to stop this behavior.

So you’re fat big deal change it or get over it.  And news flash not everyone likes a skinny chick sure if you let the brain washing that goes on on tv do its job all girls should be skinny blond and have a fake orange tan.  Which to me is gross.  It’s only a meat suit people (yes my meat’s made of veggies). Not everyone likes what’s protrayed as sexy I for one like a woman.  I like curves and for the most part curves don’t come with the body of one who strives to look like a 13 year old boy.  Sure I know guys who like em real skinny disgustingly so in my eyes and I know guys who like em real big.  Me I like em all but prefer curves.  So no matter what you look like rock it.  ‘Cause all women can be sexy but confidence is a true trademark of a real woman.  So when you say I’m fat ur giving up a 1000 sexy points.

I myself have been 135 pounds and 240 pounds and always found someone to love me, but it was more important for me to realize it’s a meat suit I wear for a little while and that’s it, as long as I like me.

And what the hell is with all this plastic surgery the hand of God is steady and true maybe ur supposed to look like that.  I’ve never looked at a woman and said hey she should put some plastic in that chest and I’d like her more, not once.  I like women real women.  Never said “maybe if she pulled the skin on her face real tight and her eyeballs where jumping outta her skull” nope it ain’t me and if someone needs you to do that find someone else they are out there.

You ever see seemingly mismatched couples walking down the street, “I know everyday”.  Holy shit maybe she likes large men with pony tales or maybe he likes girls with bad teeth and I dig it, every ship has got multiple docks go pull into your fucking happy harbor.

If anything I have said offended you deal with it.  Unless you want to talk about it over some veggies then give me a call.  We are all fucking snowflakes deal with it but we are all made of the same fucking snow.

If you want to reach Scott, you can email him here.

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Heather August 30, 2010 at 09:35

Thanks, Scott – you made me laugh! I wish I could truly – ***really, truly, totally*** NOT care what size jeans i wear, or what the scale says. I have good days and bad days, like all of us flawed meat puppets. Body image is a BIG topic – we could eat a lot of veggies going over this one. Years ago I gave up on looking like some media-dictated ideal, and try to design my own aesthetic for myself. If I can’t be blond, orange, and supermodel-skinny, then at least I can be buff. Yeah, well, working on it: for now my six-pack is in an insulated cooler!

Sometimes I look at my scars and stretch marks and grey hair and just feel proud. This meat suit is also a record of where I’ve been, what I’ve done, and it gives testimony to all I’ve survived. It may not be pretty but it’s real. That’s as good as it gets.


Andrea R August 30, 2010 at 09:52

Scott, honey, the most appropriate response to “I’m so fat” is NOT “No you aren’t” — it’s actually, “I’m sorry you feel that way about yourself.”


Jennifer August 30, 2010 at 10:00

Scott, you are so right.
Unfortunately, I am one of those girls that will talk about losing weight. Not that I think I am ugly or gross. I just like being in good shape. Working out if fun. Just like guys talk about sports, I talk about toning my tummy. I am sure that this annoys people. Especially my male friends. I’m not waiting for them to tell me not to worry because I look great and healthy. I’m just talking.
As to the curves….I wish I had a bigger ass. For real! I try to build it up, but I’m never gonna have Kim Kardashian’s butt. :(
This was a fun post. Next time, Ted should let you write without you holding a knife to his throat.

So, where you two in the wilderness talking about girls obsessing about weight? Or were you in the woods talking about woman flesh…..HA HA!


Scott August 30, 2010 at 10:30

Thanks all for the response for clarification I was talking about the girls who say they are fat as an invite to a pity party. Thats one party I dont like to attend. Saying I’m going to try to lose some weight is different. I have recently lost weight by not eating kinda by accident kinda so I am faster at the hiking thing. Anyone needing extra ass can contact me I am currently sitting on a giant store of the stuff.


trisha August 30, 2010 at 10:36

OK of course im gonna leave my opinion cuz im your sister. I have fake blond hair and fake boobs, but that doesnt make me any less of a person.. Got the boobs cuz after i nursed my babies they sat on my stomach and I was tired of throwing them over my shoulder!!! Dyed my hair blond because im a hairdresser and it changes constantly not to mention I look better as a blond. And yes I work out 5 days a week cuz I like to be physically fit and I live in Florida where u practically live in a bikini… All in all I did all these things to my body because I wanted to, not cuz anyone else I can give 2 shits if people judge my by my boobs or hair.. if someone wants to get butt implants chin implants I say who gives a crap let if thats what makes them happy go for it>> Hi Ted thanks for letting scotty blog oh by the way Scott do I look fat??? Love u Scott and I think u need to blog more often


Cheryl August 30, 2010 at 11:23

Aside from the really just, well, atrocious, grammar, I loved this post. Thanks, Scott!


Just Saying August 30, 2010 at 17:11

Thank you Scott!!!

I myself have been 135 pounds and 240 pounds and always found someone to love me, but it was more important for me to realize it’s a meat suit I wear for a little while and that’s it, as long as I like me.

I wouldn’t change the experience of being girthy for anything. Opens your eyes to peoples true colours.

However, I will not miss the extra girth that is currently covering up my awesome curves when I hit my goal.

Excellent post!


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