Super Sized OR Super Skinny?

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Super Sized VS Super Skinny
Super Sized 43%  43%  [ 12 ]
Super Skinny 57%  57%  [ 16 ]
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27 Apr 2011, 2:07 pm

Super Sized OR Super Skinny?

which do you perfer... only pick one... (people not hamburgers)



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27 Apr 2011, 2:10 pm

What are you talking about? Hamburgers? Lattes?



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27 Apr 2011, 2:13 pm

I think he's talking about pokemons.


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27 Apr 2011, 2:33 pm

Maybe he's referring to the Bristol Stool chart?


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27 Apr 2011, 2:45 pm

Idc, either way.



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27 Apr 2011, 3:02 pm

Both are good for me.


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27 Apr 2011, 3:59 pm

Super sized all the way! :)


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27 Apr 2011, 4:37 pm

Laz wrote:
Maybe he's referring to the Bristol Stool chart?

okay that made me sputter at my desk!


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27 Apr 2011, 4:39 pm

Laz wrote:
Maybe he's referring to the Bristol Stool chart?


:lol:


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27 Apr 2011, 4:44 pm

maybe he's referring to dick size?

or the foot....

maybe both?


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27 Apr 2011, 6:30 pm

I hope this is relatively on-topic. (Whatever the topic is ???) What would you think of a 30-something woman who is 5'7" - 5'8" and 105 lbs.? She is obviously "Super Skinny" but is there necessarily a problem there? I ask because I'm a little concerned about someone I'm getting to know IRL...



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27 Apr 2011, 6:50 pm

I picked super-skinny.

We were talking about french fries, right?



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27 Apr 2011, 7:45 pm

RainingRoses wrote:
I hope this is relatively on-topic. (Whatever the topic is ???) What would you think of a 30-something woman who is 5'7" - 5'8" and 105 lbs.? She is obviously "Super Skinny" but is there necessarily a problem there? I ask because I'm a little concerned about someone I'm getting to know IRL...


Depends on her body type. I'm 5'7'' and around 125lbs and my BMI tends to be around 19.something. Anything below 18.5 is underweight, and I think below 17 is anorexic. According to the online BMI calculator her BMI would be 16.something. So there could be a problem there, but again it does depend on her body type. If she's got a particularly thin frame and naturally small boobs then it could be ok.


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27 Apr 2011, 8:02 pm

sunshower wrote:
RainingRoses wrote:
I hope this is relatively on-topic. (Whatever the topic is ???) What would you think of a 30-something woman who is 5'7" - 5'8" and 105 lbs.? She is obviously "Super Skinny" but is there necessarily a problem there? I ask because I'm a little concerned about someone I'm getting to know IRL...


Depends on her body type. I'm 5'7'' and around 125lbs and my BMI tends to be around 19.something. Anything below 18.5 is underweight, and I think below 17 is anorexic. According to the online BMI calculator her BMI would be 16.something. So there could be a problem there, but again it does depend on her body type. If she's got a particularly thin frame and naturally small boobs then it could be ok.

Plus, you're about 15 years younger than she is. Yeah, I'm concerned. I was kinda hoping against hope that someone would say, "oh, no problem." :?



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27 Apr 2011, 8:18 pm

RainingRoses wrote:
I hope this is relatively on-topic. (Whatever the topic is ???) What would you think of a 30-something woman who is 5'7" - 5'8" and 105 lbs.? She is obviously "Super Skinny" but is there necessarily a problem there? I ask because I'm a little concerned about someone I'm getting to know IRL...


In addition to what the others said, I would add that if you look at the medical literature there's really no firm consensus about what "underweight" even is.

Overweight/obesity is associated with many weight-dependent medical issues (hypertension, diabetes, etc) which can be reduced by losing weight. There are very few equivalents in otherwise healthy, properly nourished people who are "underweight".

If she's eating properly and there's no underlying pathology causing it, then it should't be too concerning.

I know a little about the subject because I am sometimes below 18 in BMI, especially in the summer when I'm really active...