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Am I skinny normal or fat?

post #1 of 96
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I know its annoying but I have to ask!! I find myself to be a little chubby what do you guys think? How much weight should i loose? I am 5 foot 7 and weight 150 here are some pictures of how i look in front,sideways,and back http://m1110.photobucket.com/albums/...Oa42k9e%2Bo%3D Please be honest and also please no hateful comments
post #2 of 96
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Originally Posted by JoeCruz View Post
and also please no hateful comments

You should identify your body type as "more to love!" on dating websites.
post #3 of 96
I like how you bend back on the side pic to stretch the fat out. Fat I'm afraid.
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post #5 of 96
fat fukk!
post #6 of 96
There is a word I like: DOUGHY

Are you actually 5-7? Are you fudging that by an inch? What about the 150? Maybe 154 on a good day?

Anyway, you are not obese, but damn you have zero muscle build of any kind.

I'm 5-8. When I was 19, I was 125 lbs. I consider that the "zero fat" level for my body in practical terms. Today at 30 I'm 150, but this is after years of weightlifting
post #7 of 96
I think more exercise and eat some nutrition so that you will not be big boy someday
post #8 of 96
I would say you are just about normal. Not that being normal, especially in regards to weight, is ever a good thing, particularly in America. I guess, actually, you could be considered skinny. Which is odd, because you really aren't.
post #9 of 96
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Originally Posted by mgm9128 View Post
I would say you are just about normal. Not that being normal, especially in regards to weight, is ever a good thing, particularly in America.

I guess, actually, you could be considered skinny. Which is odd, because you really aren't.

Huh?

OP is not skinny.
post #10 of 96
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Originally Posted by imageWIS View Post
Huh? OP is not skinny.
Relative to the rest of the general population, I would say the OP looks emaciated.
post #11 of 96
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Originally Posted by pebblegrain View Post
There is a word I like: DOUGHY Are you actually 5-7? Are you fudging that by an inch? What about the 150? Maybe 154 on a good day? Anyway, you are not obese, but damn you have zero muscle build of any kind. I'm 5-8. When I was 19, I was 125 lbs. I consider that the "zero fat" level for my body in practical terms. Today at 30 I'm 150, but this is after years of weightlifting
Well, as you know muscle weight ≠ fat weight, so I'm sure you look nothing like the OP.
post #12 of 96
..gross.
post #13 of 96
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Originally Posted by mgm9128 View Post
Relative to the rest of the general population, I would say the OP looks emaciated.
Who gives a shit how the rest of the population looks? What matters is how you look. Ergo, the OP is not skinny.
post #14 of 96
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Who gives a shit how the rest of the population looks? What matters is how you look. Ergo, the OP is not skinny.
Right. I am simply being honest with him, and pointing out that the definition of the terms "normal" and "skinny", in regards to weight, has changed a bit during the past 40 years. What's "normal" today" is not what was "normal" a century ago. Not that it's right, but simply a matter of fact.
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Originally Posted by mgm9128 View Post
Right. I am simply being honest with him, and pointing out that the definition of "normal" and "skinny", in regards to weight, has changed a bit during the past 40 years. What's "normal" today" is not what was "normal" a century ago. Not that it's right, but simply a matter of fact.
Hell, lets go back further: Ideal body, 2011: Greek Bronze, 430 BCE: Well, looks like your theory is shot to hell. The 'ideal' male body has not changed in thousands of years.
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