Tuesday, October 15, 2013

What's wrong with American men?

Ashley Wells, Seth Auberon, CC Liu, Pfc. Sandoval, Wisdom Quarterly; Huffington Post
I filled this veggie-fridge, Joe. If I want to empty it, I'll empty it! Get yourself to the gym!

Yeah, girl, yer FAT; go make me a sandwich.
The average American man is named Joe (or Jose), is fat, and lives at my house. Why won't he exercise and lose weight? His toe hurts.
Why does his toe hurt? Because he stubbed it on his way to the fridge for a late night snack. Hey, Jojo, put down the mooncake, get out of the kitchen, and onto the bathroom scale! (Too harsh? 10 Things to Say to Make Men Go Ballistic)
The fact is American men are pudgy, sloppy, and potato-couchy. They won't deny it. It's not as if men have ever had to live up to the standards of beauty, physical attractiveness, and shapeliness females are forced to deal with from. We give men a pass, but that was when they did a lot for us beyond being eye candy. Now, guys, at least have the decency to look good! And shower. And use a dab of natural (non-aluminum) baking soda under the armpits; it's a wonderful natural deodorizer. And work off that flab.
Hey, fatso, look to your left and stop stuffing carbs, flesh, and fast food (Big Deals/HuffPost)
(HP) America's expanding waistline may not be new news, but throwing the average American male's body into a line-up spotlights America's obesity epidemic. This is exactly what Pittsburgh-based artist Nickolay Lamm did when he created these visualizations (which obviously deal only with body size and not race, ethnicity, or skin color).  "I wanted to put a mirror in front of us," Lamm told The Huffington Post in an email. "Americans like to pride ourselves on being the best country in the world [WQ EDITORIAL: when everybody knows that's Switzerland]. However, it's clear that other countries have lifestyles and healthcare better than our own. More

Buddhist missionaries from India and Afghanistan were welcomed in ancient Greece.
More proof we're fat

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