The difference between a sumo wrestler and a normal person is that a sumo wrestler gets to a specific level of obesity on purpose. They call themselves fat, make fat jokes, etc. Sumo wrestlers are fat jokes. I have never, and don't ever, tell people in real life - anything about their weight - unless I've noticed they've lost weight or gotten healthy. Any of my coworkers can attest to this. I'm sort of the local "health nut"/encourager at work. Ask around. People love me, or at least feel neutral about me, which is fine by me!You a 15 or 16 year old girl? With the strength to tell people to fuck off? No one makes me do anything these days, but back when I was a teenager, assholes like you commenting on my weight in a rude manner was not something I dealt with well and did do destructive things to myself. Funny, hard to build up a backbone when people are constantly cruel to you.
Did it make you feel awesome and proud of yourself by making a "funny" about a couple of women not hear to kick your ass.
I hope it did, because you were a person I had some respect for and I have exactly zero now.
What have I ever said that would make you think I'd insult a person about their weight the way you're pretending right now?
And overweight 15 year olds? What do they have to do with professional obese sumo wrestlers who actually ARE covered in lard? You are confusing reality with comedy, and I'm sorry about that.
People were far crueler to me than they ever are to fat people. Half the kids in school are fat. Almost none of them talked to inanimate objects, thought they were an android, made creepy sound effects non-stop, flapped their hands and stuttered like a machine gun. Sorry sister, but you got nothing on my childhood.
But even if you are bad at comedy, I want you to know I still respect you! Keep up the good work, you're awesome!