what do u say when they say u are fat?

@andak2007 (3230)
Philippines
May 4, 2007 12:06am CST
I just delivered my baby 2 months ago and sad to say i still that fats around the belly, when i got back to work i have this comment"Why u look fat!". Of course i felt bad about the comment and would have wanted to say something but i really dont know how to say the exact words to at least make even with that person who said it...most of those who comments were guys...so what do u say when someone says your fat and gotten big?
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@stephcjh (32385)
• United States
4 May 07
Congratulations on your new baby. I had my daughter 15 years ago and I still have the baby fat around my belly too. I have had two surgeries since I had her and they cut through my belly button twice. I think they cut my stomach muscles and I just cannot get them to tighten all the way up. No one has ever called me fat accept for my aunt. If someone ever called me fat agin, I would tell them this... "I may be fat but you are ugly and I can lose weight". I know that isn't nice to say but they should have kept their mouth shut to begin with if they are not going to say something nice to you.
• Philippines
4 May 07
hair - long brown hair. can be associated with parts of the body. What your hair looks like.
In this world, getting fat is a no-no. Maybe we put too much attention on magazines and pictures of what they call "perfect" body. But how can anyone say that is how one must look like. Some people would comment on fat people. Hurtful comments that sometimes brings down their spirit. I believe it a human nature to criticize others. We always see someone's flaws. We lack respects for others. Why not appreciate each and everyones' unique look. In that way you may even brighten their day. What I can suggest to you when somebody comments that you look fat, told them that you have lots of money to buy food. Or simply say thank you. Maybe in that way they will shut up.
@RosieS57 (892)
• United States
4 May 07
I'd say one of two things: "How does that concern you?" or "It's your problem. You see all of me all day and I don't see all of my self. Put on your big boy panties and deal with it." Don't let them get away with being rude. Co-workers, especially men, have no business making those kind of comments. If the rudeness continues start reporting it to your supervisor (name names!) that you're being forced into a hostile work environment. The only way they can get away with their rude behavior is if you do and say nothing. Your shape is not their concern!