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  1. #181
    Quote Originally Posted by Steelcryo View Post
    One thing I have often noticed is that people fill their houses with junk food then complain that's all their kids want to eat. Of course it is, junk food is designed to be more appealing than real food but there is an easy solution, stop buying it. Sure your kid might bitch for a bit that they don't have any junk food but eventually they'll get hungry and be more than happy to sit and eat a proper meal without being able to binge on junk afterwards.

    Of course there are more situations where it's a lot more complex than that but I'm amazed at how common a theme that is. How hard is it to understand if it's not in the house, then they won't eat it at home. Sure they can get it else where but kids spend the majority of their time at school and at home, both places where healthy eating habits should be enforced.

    That's how it was in my house when I was a kid as far as I can remember, we only got junk food as a treat every now and again. Like my dad would buy me and my sister a chocolate bar or something after we went swimming and stuff like that, it always reinforced the idea that junk food was a treat, not something to eat consistently all the time and it also got us to enjoy exercise. I honestly think part of the issue is some parents are just lazy and can't be bothered to argue with children so they placate them with treats because it's easy and it's only once they see their child get obese do they actually worry about the health impacts it has.
    I could not agree more. Excellent reply.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vargulf View Post
    my 5 year old was just bitching that she didnt get any ranch with her chicken nugs for dinner. i guess she's tried ranch at school, i'll be asking them about that.

    i threw the fuckin bottle away.

    that's how you beat obesity. don't give your kid bullshit.
    Parents having a spine? Seems like a good solution tbh.

  3. #183
    Quote Originally Posted by Molis View Post
    Nice fat shaming thread.

    Will be interesting to see how your veiled America bashing and Fat shaming goes without your pocket moderator to protect you.
    Maybe you should spend less time being "triggered" by supposed fat shaming and more time on hitting a treadmill.

  4. #184
    Quote Originally Posted by Blamblam41 View Post
    Yeah, you rob your child as to what a good tasting meal is and feed them shit like chicken nuggets for dinner.

    Come back to me when you're putting some actual effort into your parenting before you try and act like parent of the year for essentially being a horrible consumer teaching their children that managing their diet is more important than fiscal responsibility.

    You know how you beat obesity? Come to the realization that human beings will do whatever they want responsibly or not and that conditioning therapy never works. Your child rebelling in 10 years and buying a coscto sized bottle of ranch is not going to help the problem.
    go fuck yourself, you probably don't have any kids anyways. when and if you ever find a woman/man to mate with your mongoloid ass, wait and see what your kids will and won't eat. you gonna feed them veggie or soy BS? think they'll eat that? think you're fucking wolfgang puck so you can make shit taste like duck a l'orange?

    go ahead and cook them some of that healthy bullshit they tell you to in a parenting magazine, then when your kid spits that shit out come holler at me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by halloaa View Post
    Parents having a spine? Seems like a good solution tbh.
    thank you /10
    Last edited by Vargulf; 2018-01-14 at 01:56 PM.
    And to you, good sir, I say that is what she said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sliske View Post
    are you the guy who tells depressed people to cheer up
    No, but keeping children not obese isn't difficult. You can't even compare it to a mental illness

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    Quote Originally Posted by adam86shadow View Post
    No, but keeping children not obese isn't difficult. You can't even compare it to a mental illness
    The stress and depression that comes from being a single mother living in poverty is definitely comparable. I'd love for you to go to one of these families that are the main demographic of council estates in the UK and tell them to have some self control.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sliske View Post
    The stress and depression that comes from being a single mother living in poverty is definitely comparable. I'd love for you to go to one of these families that are the main demographic of council estates in the UK and tell them to have some self control.
    Considering I

    A. Live on a council estate.
    B. Grew up with little money.
    C. Have family living in such situations

    Very few children here are obese and most I know are actually strict on what their child eats because they can't afford junk food everyday.

  8. #188
    Quote Originally Posted by Tennis View Post
    Lul. I haven't been banned in forever if you didn't notice.
    That's not due to your lack of effort.

    Another fat-shaming thread, and more vitriol left around the forums.
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