Sports blogger receives ire for referring to cheerleader as "chunky"

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http://shine.yahoo.com/healthy-livi...r-cheerleader-kelsey-williams--180043359.html


Yes, this is a blatant fanservice thread disguised as rousing journalism. To quote the recently dismissed Microsoft exec, deal with it. :o

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Her boobs aren't big enough for her to qualify as chunky... wrong blogger is wrong.
 
Hey, some pervert photoshopped a woman's head onto my body. :cmad:
 
She looks fantastic, and healthy.
 
I imagine this blogger is over 300 pounds or something.
 
If that's chunky sign me up.

Who in the world is dumb enough to comment negatively on a woman's looks, anyway? That's never been a good idea. From the dawn of time, even.
 
If that's chunky sign me up.

Who in the world is dumb enough to comment negatively on a woman's looks, anyway? That's never been a good idea. From the dawn of time, even.

Well, let's not go too far, here... sure, when it's idiotic comments like these about a girl who looks absolutely fine, yeah, bad idea. But when a girl starts rotting away like Amy Winehouse or Lindsay Lohan, something needs to be said.
 
Obviously bitter basement dweller criticizes looks of woman who would never smile at him, let alone sleep with him. News at 11.
 
Oh I just read its a woman sports blogger. So, um... those exist? Seriously though, maybe I'm naive, but I'd think a woman would be much less likely to launch such a sensitive attack on weight. It seems somehow more personal and less typical fanboyish.
 
Oh I just read its a woman sports blogger. So, um... those exist? Seriously though, maybe I'm naive, but I'd think a woman would be much less likely to launch such a sensitive attack on weight. It seems somehow more personal and less typical fanboyish.

I think its pretty likely a woman would comment on another woman's weight. Some women can be catty and gossipy regarding other women's apperance.
 
Oh I just read its a woman sports blogger. So, um... those exist? Seriously though, maybe I'm naive, but I'd think a woman would be much less likely to launch such a sensitive attack on weight. It seems somehow more personal and less typical fanboyish.

Women do this sort of thing all the time. Members of both sexes often give in to their cattier impulses when discussing attractive people. Men do the same to other men, as even a casual perusal of the Captain America forum will show.
 
Oh I just read its a woman sports blogger. So, um... those exist? Seriously though, maybe I'm naive, but I'd think a woman would be much less likely to launch such a sensitive attack on weight. It seems somehow more personal and less typical fanboyish.

 
Oh I just read its a woman sports blogger. So, um... those exist? Seriously though, maybe I'm naive, but I'd think a woman would be much less likely to launch such a sensitive attack on weight. It seems somehow more personal and less typical fanboyish.

A woman blogger who failed at becoming a pro cheerleader. Don't need to be a genius to see what's behind that.
 
Yeah. I'd do her. I love curves. Think one of the hottest women alive is Christina Hendricks. I don't think it's going out on a limb by speculating that the cheerleader is probably 10 times hotter than the sports-blogger who is trashing her.
 
Unfortunately, if you're an American woman and we can't see the exact shape and length of each of your ribs, you're "chunky".
 
Echo, are you ****ing baked? :o
 

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