British troll Katie Hopkins: ‘There is no such thing as fat-shaming’


Last week, we discussed professional troll Katie Hopkins. She’s British and she’s trying to make a name for herself internationally by calling Kelly Clarkson “fat” in as many ways possible. I feel like I shouldn’t have to write “Katie Hopkins” one more time. I think we should call her something else, just to decrease the name-recognition she so craves. Let’s call her Trollface. I’m sure she’ll be fine with it, considering Trollface’s raison d’être seems to be “judging and criticizing people solely on their looks.”

Trollface appeared on Access Hollywood a few days ago to respond to Kelly Clarkson’s response. You know, where Kelly was basically like “Who? It doesn’t matter, I’m awesome.” Here’s what Trollface had to say about Kelly:

“Ultimately Kelly Clarkson is a chunky monkey. We can call it baby weight. We can call it puppy fat. We can call it love handles. We can call it muffin top … but ultimately it’s fat. … There is no such thing as fat-shaming. There is only skinny-blaming. … She took eating for two for eating for 10…it doesn’t hurt me if I hurt someone’s feelings. Ultimately if you put yourself out there, then you have to accept what comes your way.”

[From Access Hollywood]

“There is no such thing as fat-shaming. There is only skinny-blaming…” What’s that again? As in, the skinny people have a God-given right to tell fat people that they’re fat and then fat people “blame” the skinny people? Trollface fails at logic.

What I said before still stands… nasty troll is nasty trolling. The only reason I’m covering this is so you know to avoid Trollface. Hopefully, her attempt at trying to “happen” in America will be laughed out of town and the British citizens will send her packing too.

Photos courtesy of WENN.

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  1. Mar says:

    Is there ugly shamming because i would like to sham her ugliness inside and out.

    • Jules says:

      That is one ugly woman.

      • laura in LA says:

        Let’s just call her “the British Ann Coulter”…both attention-whores for different reasons but bitches in the same ugly way.

      • Bugglez says:

        Reminds me of jen aniston in the face.

      • Lauren says:

        Reminds me of Kate Gosslin.
        Maniacal presence and personality.
        Disturbed woman with a cold heart.

    • doofus says:

      she REALLY is troll-like. someone who is so unattractive really shouldn’t be commenting on other people’s looks.

      what’s funny is that she says “Ultimately if you put yourself out there, then you have to accept what comes your way.” and Clarkson DID accept it…she was like “whatever, I’m awesome anyway”…she ACCEPTED it (as criticism from someone whose opinion doesn’t matter to her)…she just DIDN’T CARE.

      it’s only because Trollface didn’t get a rise out of Clarkson that she responded to the response. it’s attention she wants, pure and simple. just like that hateful troll Coulter, she’s going to keep (outrageous/hateful) saying things to get noticed.

    • BaeOnBoard says:

      Beak-nosed bitch

    • laughing girl says:


      She really isn’t self-aware, is she.

    • Heat says:

      I came here to say exactly the same thing!

    • Bugglez says:

      One thing I will say is that her ploy to ‘make herself happen,’ in the U.S. is working because sites like cb are covering every thing she says.

      Face it..women love to see/hear other women get torn to shreds by women (it doesn’t matter if we like the women being attacked or not…we’re all in for the catfight, and attempt at shaming/humiliating).

      Whether it’s Handler going all in on Angelina Jolie every couple months, or this woman attacking Clarkson. The lot of us usually just sit back and eat popcorn as it goes down…glad that we’re not the ones being cat clawed. It’s a flaw in all our characters.

      We can whine about how awful these attacks on Kelly are…but I can pull up reams of threads right here on CB of posters body shaming thin women mercilessly for no other reason that they’re still thin and not dead yet (like some of us secretly wish).

      It’s abhorrent when it’s fat shaming and it’s abhorrent when it’s skinny shaming too.

      That said…if someone goes from a size 9-10 to a double zero in the space of a couple months….no one is saying don’t point it out…the person might be ill…expressing TRUE concern is fine…..

      But when the woman is known for being thin…and has been that way for the last decade and you see her constantly out and about and her weight is stable and always the same and she’s healthy and living life…be she a big girl or a skinny girl…how about we all just lay off and try to stop making ourselves feel better by attacking other women??

      Just a suggestion.

    • Shaz says:

      I know, right?!

    • Anne tommy says:

      She loves publicity and is best ignored, tho I appreciate the reason why this thread is up here. I believe she also maintains that she is not yet 40, whch is unfortunate given her fixation with looking good. Horrible specimen.

  2. Joy says:

    Ok well then there’s no such thing as hatchet face shaming. She looks like her face was set on fire, and the fire was put out with an ice pick. TAKE THAT TROLL!!

  3. Loopy says:

    And how did she come so close to winning Big Brother, she is despicable and for someone who claims to be so educated why is trolling the only way she chooses to make a livelihood?

    • K says:

      Her competition was the likes of Perez Hilton. There wasn’t a high bench mark of pleasantness, really.

  4. Dani2 says:

    This human vomit bucket isn’t worth anyone’s time, she isn’t even worth people’s anger. She’s a troll and has been one for a long time.

    • Santia says:

      You know, the only response after Kelly’s should have been applause (for Kelly) and crickets (for this heifer). No way she should have been given the platform for a reply.

    • Alicia says:

      Agreed. I have no idea why she is getting this unwarranted and undeserved attention. I know I’m part of the problem because here I am commenting on her.

  5. yael says:

    to quote kelly clarkson: who? nasty trollface is unimportant and always will be.

  6. runCMC says:

    I love how illogical her response is. Kelly’s response should have been the end of it. She didn’t engage or say anything that needed a follow-up. I feel bad for Kelly- not because of trollface’s statements, but because she got dragged into this mess when she so clearly is not interesting in being a part of it.

    • JohnWayneLives says:

      yeah trollface just sound self righteous and famewhorey now. Look at me! Look at ME! Look at MEEEEE!!!!

    • doofus says:

      yeah, she didn’t get the reaction from Clarkson that she wanted, so she’ll double down, hoping for something more juicy.

      and Clarkson will just go on being happy with her adorable little baby and very successful career, actually producing a product that people will pay for, unlike Trollface who will just go on being a nasty Trollface. what an unhappy existence she must lead.

  7. GingerCrunch says:

    I’m really sort of bummed that this site that I LOVE brought this disgrace of a human being to my attention. I will forgive.

  8. kri says:

    This is all for attention. I say do NOT feed this troll anymore,@Kaiser. She is willing to bang on about Kelly in the worst ways, but I’m not willing to hear her. Let’s put the troll back under the bridge (or rock) where it belongs.

  9. Sayrah says:

    Hey dimwit, you didn’t hurt her feelings. You aren’t relevant.


  10. Jayne says:

    by posting this we are playing her game.
    she doesn’t care. she admitted she has no feelings about it.
    she wants to make a name and get rich. She knows the people hate her…so ignoring her and not letting her make a name (get rich) is the best option.
    She wants people to talk about her shocking comments…no idea if she really even believes them or is using it as a tool.

  11. meiam says:

    She is what’s wrong with the internet personified. I’ll give her the whole label it what it is, you know if you’re fat, you’re fat…if you’re skinny, you’re skinny. The problem with Troll Monster is that she knows what she’s doing, she’s not a four year old just calling it like it is cause she doesn’t know better, she’s a grown woman looking and hoping for attention…so here lady take this economy sized drink of water and drown yourself in it because you are so obviously parched, your thirst is thirsty.

  12. jes1632 says:

    how old this lady?? chunky monkey? haven’t heard that term since public school. She makes wherever she comes from (UK??), look like absolute idiots for tolerating her shtick for so long

  13. Cindy says:

    So is talking about her facial deficits fair game than? According to her own logic it seems so.

  14. Lucy says:

    …Ugh. Whatever, bitch.

  15. TrixC says:

    Sure Kelly Clarkson is fat, but so are a lot of people. In Kelly’s case, she’s also a very talented singer, which is what should matter. Why are accomplished women continually reduced to their physical appearance, and why do other women collude in this?

    • jenn12 says:

      This! Yes!! It bothers her that Kelly is fine with herself and doesn’t care what she thinks. It’s like that obituary for a famous author who was also a scientist that was almost completely about her looks.

  16. Sorry, who is this?

    I thought this was a pic of a digitally-aged Ashlee Simpson pre-nose job.


  17. Hautie says:

    Geez, why is it that this truly unfortunately looking female… feels that she has a hall pass to talk about anyone’s looks.

    • CooCooCatchoo says:

      She looks like a braying donkey in that first picture.

      I wonder if this Katie person has any friends. She is the definition of a toxic person. Who could stand to spend more than 5 minutes with that nasty piece of work?

  18. smcollins says:

    Wow, what a mean-spirited, classless, superficial BITCH! What is she trying to prove exactly? Aside from the fact that she’s a mean-spirited, classless, superficial BITCH. Ugh.
    And “Trollface” is the perfect moniker, because based on how *she* looks she should be the last authority (if at all) on what constitutes beauty.

  19. Rhiley says:

    She reminds me of that other British wackadoo who had 15 minutes trolling fame for talking about beautiful and perfect she is. I can’t remember her name, but same out of touch, DELUSIONAL personality. Also, Kelly Clarkson is awesome. She was on Watch What Happens Live, so down to the earth and funny. She is a great woman.

    • Jenny says:

      Oh wait, this isn’t the same lady? Whoops.

    • Shelby says:

      I remember her…went on and on how beautiful she was and how men would fall all over her and how all other women were jealous. Crazy!

      • The Other Katherine says:

        Oh, yes, the woman with the Daily Mail articles and the repulsive French husband. Yes, I remember. Samantha somebody-or-other?

      • Robin says:

        Samantha Brick! The odd-looking woman who thinks she’s incredibly beautiful! Her columns were so entertaining, she was so delusional.

    • Bluebell says:

      You’re not talking about the GORGEOUS Samantha Brick are we now? Hahaha. J/k

  20. sara says:

    Kelly Clarkson looks great! And her baby is less than a year old. Give her a break. Fat-shaming a new mom is the ultimate low!

    I honestly thought this Bitch was in her middle 50’s. I was very surprised to see she is only 40. This woman needs to examine her ugly self before she rips into another woman.

    • Melanie says:

      Stop! She’s only 40??? My god, she looks easily 52-55. Just wow…she really needs to be quiet when it comes to the appearance of others.

  21. Mrs. Wellen Melon says:

    Kate must carry her fat inside her cranium.

    If you’re going to go after people’s looks, you: 1) must do it with wit, 2) must have a crackerjack team if joke writers, and 3) must have a heart of gold. See: Rivers, Joan.

    Otherwise, drop the shtick. It won’t work for you.

  22. pf says:

    I looked it up and this woman literally just turned 40. So if we’re going to judge people solely on their looks, I’d guess she was actually mid-50s. She looks awful. Not aging well, are we, Katie? But I guess there’s no such thing as ageism, sexism, or any other form of discrimination.

    • Cecilia says:

      Yeah, what is this woman’s excuse for looking 10 – 15 years older than she is? Poor lifestyle choices, perhaps?

    • Andrea says:

      She is underweight which has aged her terribly.

    • Robin says:

      I’m 52 and I look a heckuva lot younger than Hopkins. I’d say she looks at least 60. And I can say that because there’s no such thing as age-shaming!

  23. Ginger says:

    I do apologize in advance, I guess I have no patience for trolls this morning. This woman may be skinny…but that face! Kelly can always lose weight (if she wants to and IMO she doesn’t need to do so) but trollface will always have that…face. That’s all I’m saying.

  24. Vampi says:

    Kelly is gorgeous, talented, confident and happy!…and she….well…She ugly. Paper bag over the head type ugly. She is proof that ones inner self manifests itself outwardly. She ugly. Bye trollface!

  25. dr mantis toboggan says:

    I was going to look up who this woman is and what she does, but the mere fact that I have to do that means Kelly Clarkson has already won.

  26. Vampi says:

    Also…in that pic she looks like a braying donkey. How appropriate!

  27. Hullubaloooo says:

    She really is a bottom dwelling, scum sucking, mofo-ing see-you-next-Tuesday. There’s not one piece of good in her.

  28. Dragonlady Sakura says:

    Is there such a thing as ugly soul shaming, because this b@tch, needs a clue. Anyone who goes out of their way to be hateful to a perfect stranger has problems of their own they need to solve.

  29. Erinn says:

    Kelly has always yo-yo’ed with her weight. But the thing is – it shouldn’t be up for discussion. She’s not famous for weight loss shilling. She’s famous for her voice.

    Now – to a degree I get the whole ‘lets not sugar coat it – it’s still fat’ thing – and I say this as someone who is overweight. I’m sick of hearing the excuse of ‘oh I’m curvy’ when it IS just unhealthy weight. There ARE people who are overweight AND curvy and that’s fine. But I’m tired of the whole ‘lets call it something cutesy to soften the blow’ thing. First – you shouldn’t need to soften the blow because you shouldn’t be telling someone what their body looks like or how healthy they look unless you’re a doctor and it’s for health reasons. I personally know that I am overweight. I’d hate to deal with the scrutiny that someone in the public eye does. Second – the reason I can’t fit into a smaller size pair of jeans -while partially because everyone has a somewhat different shape as far as thigh length/ hip ratio goes – it’s quite honestly that there’s too much body fat. Simple as that. Realizing that you have more body fat, or less body fat shouldn’t be some kind of thing you need to sugar coat. If you’re happy – perfect. If not – try to do something to get where you want assuming it’s attainable.

    Overweight people aren’t oblivious to the fact that they’re overweight. Pointing it out isn’t giving them some kind of magical revelation – you’re not doing them any favors. It’s like saying “hey so-and-so – your hair is brown! Your skin is tanned!”.

    What makes me mad is that she’s saying that skinny shaming is not okay in the same breath as saying fat shaming is fine / doesn’t exist. It’s the same thing – poking your nose into someone else’s health, and body. It’s not needed. It’s not helpful. A doctor will keep an eye on your body weight/health. A regular person need not comment.

    And you know – I also tend to give those who have had babies an extra break. It’s hard enough to deal with the changes your body goes through – and as long as you’re not hurting the baby – a few extra stupid burgers or icecream cones is nobody’s business but yours. You’re the one who will have to accept, or lose the weight that’s gained. I don’t CARE that Kelly has gained weight. She’s still a talented chick, and that’s what matters. For all I know she’s switched onto some new birth control or something and has gained weight from that. Which is why I’m not about to speculate on her weight gain, or criticize her for it. It’s great that some women jump back into weight loss, an exercise the minute they have a baby. But it’s also great that there are women who don’t WANT that. Nobody is the same. Nobody needs to fit some kind of mold of post-pregnancy routine.

    People need to focus more on their own health, and happiness, and let other’s be. As long as Kelly feels happy, and fulfilled- that’s what matters.

  30. Venuslotus says:

    good job troll…only the lowest of the low would comment on a woman’s weight after pregnancy (or anytime actually). who the f8ck are you, and what business is it of yours?!? shut your ugly pie-hole.

    ouff that felt good.

  31. senna says:

    You know what? This is why we need the fat acceptance movement. It’s not about encouraging people to be overweight or unhealthy or whatever BS people routinely shriek whenever the term is mentioned. It’s about the idea that people who are overweight are allowed to exist in public without someone else saying, “Excuse me; can you not exist as you are? Because it makes me uncomfortable. Maybe you could disappear and come back when you are a more socially acceptable size.” As if that’s realistic, and as if that’s not all about the critic, instead of the overweight person.

    No, these people are not concerned with “health.” If they were, they’d be all over anyone publicly smoking, drinking multiple pints at the bar or eating Doritos.

    People who decide to lose weight should, of course, be encouraged and supported. But it is entirely a personal decision. They don’t owe it to anyone else to conduct the extremely time-consuming and effort-filled project that is weight-loss. You can’t shame someone into health and that’s exactly what many people mistakenly believe. No, you’re not “helping” someone by criticizing their weight; you’re being an asshole.

    • tennishu says:

      Jep! Totally agree. Thanks for this comment. And I would be totally up to contibute to the “fat acceptance” movement. I am confident, it would have many positive effects not only for the individual but also for society. As one rule I would suggest: being fat, just means haveing more body weight. You cannot draw any other conclusion than that. E.g. (s)he is fat i.e. (s)he is lazy.

  32. Andrea says:

    This woman lived in NYC for several years already. Can you imagine her interactions with the average Americans?!?

  33. Lizzard1012 says:

    She is what my dad would call “an opener”. Her nose is so big you can open a can of soup with the thing… Trollface should not be throwing stones at glass houses… She herself is NOT a looker so she has zero right to call anyone else out on not being perfect…

  34. Jaded says:

    I’d never heard of this vile harridan before this incident, and I’m never going to read another thing about her, I’ll just forget because I’m 62 and the old memory is fading you know….(she’ll probably start age-shaming next….).

  35. Sarah says:

    This lady seems to have made a career out of fat shaming. Please let’s ignore her. I just googled her, and this awful article was one of the first to come up:

    It seems like she deliberately gained weight just to show overweight people that it would be easy to lose it. She obviously has nothing better to do with her life. Also, I read some gems she’d tweeted about Muslims and Palestinians. She’s not only superficial and a moron, she’s a bigot to boot. A class act all around.

    If she’s 40, I’m 21 (and I haven’t been 21 for almost two decades).

  36. GoodNamesAllTaken says:

    Wow. I can’t add much of anything to what’s already been said here. That woman is truly pathetic.

  37. K says:

    I think she has genuine problems. She had a good job before she took up spite as a career. She’s chosen to make herself a national hate figure when she made as much money in a profession. She’s exposed all three of her kids to national ridicule with photoshoots and publicity about them and her (very negative) views on their school peers when setting herself up as a hate figure – what will that do to them?

    She seems not to care if she is hated, just as long as people know her name, and she doesn’t appear to care if her kids are collateral damage in that. She chose this as a career when she made at least as much from a professional path, where she was safely anonymous, and she’s made herself unemployable in any conventional role when she is choosing a path with a traditionally very short shelf-life… she’s not exactly Howard Stern, who can elicit a lot of frank info from the celebrities he interviews to accompany his schtick. Insulting people and being nasty for the sake of it, with no other string to her bow, will wear thin fairly soon.

    I’m no shrink but there has to be a psychological label for someone who wants attention at any price, to themselves or their own kids, surely? Any psychologists have an idea what drives her?

    • boo says:

      Yea, it’s called the Kartrashian effect!

    • paranormalgirl says:

      She’s narcissistic to the max. I don’t know that she has NPD (I don’t treat her, I won’t speculate), but she certainly has a raging case of narcissism.

    • Jaded says:

      Severe narcissistic personality disorder – here’s a brief explanation:

      Narcissistic personality disorder, also known as NPD, is a personality disorder in which the individual has a distorted self image, unstable and intense emotions, is overly preoccupied with vanity, prestige, power and personal adequacy, lacks empathy, and has an exaggerated sense of superiority.

    • Lady D says:

      If she is raising 3 children, what is she teaching them? Sooner or later they are going to start using her language on her.

      • Andrea says:

        Can you imagine letting your children play with hers? mommy, suzy told me her mom says I am fat and that I need to lose weight! OMG!

      • K says:

        She says she won’t let kids from poor homes, or just with declasse names indicative of working class parents, play with hers. However as she is herself about as declasse as it is possible to get, and no parent she would approve of could approve of her, one can only imagine the poor scraps are exceedingly lonely. Awful. And the elder ones are going to be very capable of navigating google in the near future, and so will their peers. She’s painted targets on them. So sad for them, what parent does that? Why involve her children in this strange, exhibitionist behaviour?

  38. Ally.M says:

    Every time you publish a story about Katie Hopkins you elevate her sad career. This is how she makes her money, saying the most vicious, outrageous things about famous people. I come to the US gossip sites to get away from the likes of her. Please, please don’t give her air space.

    • FLORC says:

      I only came here to say she’s trolling for more attention. She knows what fat shaming is. Claiming what she did is just another tactic to stay in the headlines. Do Not give this woman any attention. Because for her any attention is something she can capitalize on.

      Some people are air heads. Some have moments of word vomit. Some say mean things to profit from not caring who it hurts and how greatly it hurts them. Those people shouldn’t get attention past calling them out.

    • Guesto says:

      Ditto. I’m really disappointed to see her being given space on here. There’s nothing she’d love more than developing an international profile because she’s run out of time for most people this side of the pond. Please, let’s not prolong the natural death her empty, barren brand of trolling deserves.

  39. JenniferJustice says:

    I’m not taking the high road – in fact, I’m going for the jugular. Kelly can lose her excess weight in about 2-3 months while Troll woman will still be living with her grotesque features for decades to come – and no, plastic surgery would not help. There is only so much even a skilled surgeon can do with such a horrible canvas to begin with.

    She aint happenin’ in the U.S. Not at all. Stay on the other side of the pond and troll your own people. We aren’t having it here.

  40. Green Eyes says:

    Maybe she has a HATEFUL personality and LOW Self Esteem issues. Explains the nasty brhavior of trying to shame others.. Apparently she was dubbed weighty Katey before by press. (That picture she does not have a skinny face & still looks older). Sad excuse of human being if all they can be is nasty. Imo.

  41. jodabell says:

    Please please pleeeeease don’t give this woman any more column inches. She feeds off it like a fly feeds off s***

  42. ilovesunnydaze says:

    I think she’s putting fat people in the same category as people who smoke or drink to excess etc. she doesn’t feel it’s her responsibility to pay for their health care. I get it! But she’s being quite mean about it. Kelly really should lose some weight. She’ll never be a thin person but she should think about her health. She’ll want to be around to raise her daughter who is adorable!!

  43. ilovesunnydaze says:

    I think she’s putting fat people in the same category as people who smoke or drink to excess etc. she doesn’t feel it’s her responsibility to pay for their health care. I get it! But she’s being quite mean about it. Kelly really should lose some weight. She’ll never be a thin person but she should think about her health. She’ll want to be around to raise her daughter who is adorable!!

  44. uninspired username says:

    “Let’s call her Trollface.”

    I like it.

    I like to call her The Worst.

  45. Squeak says:

    I wanna punch her right in the schnoz.

    Is that a birthday card for turning 60? I don’t wanna believe she is only 40.

  46. LaurieH says:

    She’s right. There is no such thing as “fat-shaming” – this whole whatever-shaming movement and “hating” movement is idiotic. That being said, there is such a thing as being mean, malicious, bullying, insensitive, gauche and generalky being a jerk. And that is what Katie Hopkins is doing.

    Her comment had NOTHING to do with Kelly Clarkson and everything to do with her own insecurities, self-esteem and over-grown self-importance. Chances are, she’s been picked in her life and so she now feels justified and entitled to pick on others. Or perhaps people who are beyond sample sizes simply offend her delicate sensibilities – like Uncle Karl – who frequently makes similiar comments, but seems to be forgiven because he’s an 19th century dandy risen from the dead to create otherwordly designs for Channel.

    Either way…whatever Hopkins wants to call it, she’s being a petty, bullying, malicious jerk. Kelly can lose weight. Hopkins will always be a jerk.

  47. Grace says:

    I don’t get why people are reporting on what this twat has to say. Clearly she’s a twat.

  48. Crumpet says:

    Dafuq? Immature gonna judge her for having more than the minimum required body fat for a woman.

    Fatty fatty McPherson!

  49. Tarsha says:

    Am I the only one who noticed all that neck fat on Trollkins?

  50. Lia says:

    Isn’t that a black hole calling the kettle black….? Until she does something about that truly homely face, she has no room even thinking about criticizing anyone else.

  51. sts says:

    I’m British and I detest this woman. The first time I saw her was on a morning talk show where she told the presenters she judges her children’s classmates on their names, and was then accused of classism since she obviously meant she didn’t like children with lower class names. She then rattled off a list of examples, including “geographical location names”, like Brooklyn or Asia, only she presumably forgot that she named her own child India. When this was brought up, she claimed this was because India wasn’t related to a geographical relation. She’s obviously deluded and only makes her snobby mean-spirited comments for attention and ££££.

  52. DaysAndNightsOnAir says:

    I think Katie Hopkins might have “happened” in the USA already. The US version is called “Kathy Griffin” and she has a show called “fashion police”.
    The idea that any kind of fashion should require police surveillance is pretty much as disgusting as Katie Trollhopkins public statements.

    It is a shame these hateful trolls get air time on TV.

  53. kelly says:

    Why is she responding as if Kelly was giving her the time of day? She can’t be blamed if feelings got hurt? Well they didn’t because Kelly blew this stupid bitch off and Trollface is acting like she got a rise out of her. Sad.

  54. Naddie says:

    C’mon, woman. We know you love Kelly, but she gives you no attention. Now please, go back to your hole.

  55. Ash says:

    This woman is a snot, but can’t that be the focus of the criticism? Why must people bash her looks? How is that any different from her calling Kelly Clarkson fat?

  56. md1979 says:

    To which I say: fat people can diet if they so choose, but ugly on the inside is forever. Seriously, this woman does not even have internal beauty, like a rodent. Ugh.

  57. piinksock says:

    If you are fat, It’s your fault and you should be ashamed. No one needs to shame you. You’re fat because you are either lazy, greedy, have poor discipline, make terrible choices or a combination of those. All things you should be ashamed of. No way around it.