do you like people asking you about your weight?

@amelly (1556)
Malaysia
August 20, 2010 12:24pm CST
i hate when people ask me my weight!!okay..it's not that i'm fat or something but it is just unpleasant to answer taht kind of question..if it's for medical purposes or what so ever,it wouldn't bother me that much....do you have the same feeling as i am??
8 responses
@saphrina (31739)
• South Africa
20 Aug 10
It doesn't bother me, sweetie. I am not ashamed and if they don't like the answer, i am sure they won't ask again. TATA.
@amelly (1556)
• Malaysia
20 Aug 10
ouw..never thought of it that way..sometimes i annoyed that by telling them diffrently..hehe
@saphrina (31739)
• South Africa
20 Aug 10
Just be proud of yourself and love yourself the way you are, sweetie. It helps with that irritation when people ask.
@amelly (1556)
• Malaysia
21 Aug 10
okay..sure will..thanks a lot saphrina
@maylaine (444)
• Philippines
20 Aug 10
actually it does not bother me that much...when they ask i just answer them...but i tell them im not sure and if they can i wait i will weigh myself first so i can give them exact weight!
@amelly (1556)
• Malaysia
20 Aug 10
ouw really..well different people have different view of it..
@maylaine (444)
• Philippines
22 Aug 10
yap we are...
@nadeerclt (149)
• India
20 Aug 10
Actually I am disappoint about my weight because I am 23 year old my weight is 58 KG only.
@amelly (1556)
• Malaysia
21 Aug 10
aww..don't be like that..maybe you can do something about it..
@greenline (14864)
• Canada
20 Aug 10
I don't think I am considered fat or over-weight. Any way, I don't mind people asking me my weight. I would tell them the actual number too. No problem at all. But, of course, I wouldn't ask the weight of other people unnecessarily. It could be insulting to some. Some people get very much over-weight, and they themselves are unhappy about that.
@amelly (1556)
• Malaysia
21 Aug 10
yeah..it sometimes make them embarrassed..i never ask my friend's weight because i know they will ask mine after that..so it's better to avoid that kind of questions with them..but i'm grateful with my weight because i know there are more others who got serious obesity or worse than me
@unique16 (1531)
• United States
20 Aug 10
Hello Amelly, I do not like people asking me about my weight. I am self conscious about but I am not over weight. 5'-1" tall and about 125 lbs. I have gain anyweight for about 10 years which is cool because I had my pysical in March of 2010 and thought with bad winter we had I sure felt like 140 lbs (lol) I thought they played with the scale or the scale was broken. It is all good. Thanks and have a great weekend Sincerely Unique16
@amelly (1556)
• Malaysia
21 Aug 10
i'm a self conscious person too..believe me,i do HOPE people say things i want to hear sometimes.well..surely you can get you old weight back..hehe..have a nice day..
• Philippines
22 Aug 10
For me it is okay if I am asked on what is my weight.. Just don't ask me about my height. Hahaha :)) Anyway, I'm proud of myself and I love myself. Criticize me, that's okay. I will not lose anything. Just smile! and Cheer up! ^_^ Happy mylotting!
@agent807 (724)
• United States
22 Aug 10
Normally, I don't like answering that question since I don't know what kind of response I would get from it. I am a guy that likes lifting weights, and playing football, and jut like lifting anything that may be heavy. So as a result, I am a big, heavy, strong guy, and I am still piling on the muscle. I think if people actually knew how much I weighed, everyone would want to try and be my doctor, and tell me how I should be thin, and that I don't need to be so big. They may be right, but I like having the muscle, and the strength that comes with it. Also, there are too many people being sarcastic, so I do not give that kind of information out (even my doctor is an jerk). I always hear about people know when I am coming because the floor shakes, or questioning if there is any food left because of how much I eat, or blame me for every that breaks, or asking me to move something that weighs more than five pounds. It's always, just go grab the muscles, it's no problem for him. Hypocrites want to talk about how big and heavy you are, then praise how big and strong you are when they need you. Only a handful of times have I mentioned my weight when asked and they wondered how many people I have killed accidentally playing football, or giving hugs.
• United States
20 Aug 10
I always get weirded out by the fact that people say they want to weigh as much as I do. I'm not really uncomfortable with it, but it's weird.