Anonymous asked: why you no post no more? :(
I got an amazing job and I’ve been too busy for lots of things lately and the inspiration/interesting questions dried up for a little but don’t worry, I’ve got a fun surprise or two coming soon.
Anonymous asked: do you have a picture of yourself online?
god i hope so it’s 2013
koolbeanskool asked: Great advice, thank you. Actually it was my wife that jumped to the conclusion that she will get it. Her insulin levels were very high(which is a pre-diabetic symptom). The doctor said relaxed and calmly that if she does not control it with diet and exercise, it can lead to diabetes in the near future. You're right, it's her body and she must do what she wants, even if it hurts me, I will still be satisfied that she will be healthy. I'm glad I got to hear something from someone who understands
I genuinely know nothing nothing NOTHING about that stuff but I’d be surprised if she researched and it turned out to have more to do with her body size than the choices of food she’s putting in it, genetics or not. Diet and exercise don’t have to be mutually exclusive with losing weight either. Just stuff to know and share, support whatever she does.
koolbeanskool asked: Hey I was wondering, what are your thoughts on diabetes? My wife, who is 230 lbs, is on the track to getting it in a few months if she stays the same. It is genetic in her family, and she has had this happen before but controlled it, but when she was younger. Now she is going to try to control it by losing weight, her goal is 160 which is really good for her but not so much me. I am being supportive, it's just scary what will happen.
You love your wife, you both want her to live, be a loving husband while she puts her health first and you’ll figure out the rest later.
Alllllllllllthough I’m curious (genuinely!) how her doctor has it tracked to “a few months” that she’s going to get diabetes? Are there pre-diabetic symptoms or is it just a general warning Because She’s Fat?
Either way it’s her body and if that’s the choice she’s made, you’ll have to live with that, while it’s perfectly fine to research ways to keep insulin levels healthy on your own (or a more fat-friendly doctor if she—not you—is up for a second opinion) and show them to her in a non-pushy way for alternative routines in the possible future.
For the record I totally feel you on the boner-killer, I’ll play sympathy guy for sure but I’m sure she’s still hot (only) 70 pounds lighter. And if she’s feeling better or whatnot and you’re constantly supportive (and not pushy) maybe she’ll take your base desires into consideration and chill out at 180 or something? I’m far from a doctor but I’ve never heard of someone of usual height being at any kind of serious risk at 180 lbs.
Anonymous asked: Ok there's this fat girl at school I like. I know my friends would have no problem if I dated her but there's other kids at my school who are total dicks and would probably make fun of me.
This is like, a metaphor for the entire world. You found the right girl, you found the right friends. Anyone else who dares stand in the way of your happiness can eat your shit.
Anonymous asked: Are all of these questions about the "caet" some kind of in-joke?
they r v v srs
Anonymous asked: Hello Daniel. As you are aware, I am a skinny caet, but if I were faet would my upper body be called my faet upper pussy area (aka fupa)? meow meow xoxo <3 vp
yes your entire body would be a pussy area because you are a CAAAET
Anonymous asked: moral of the story is, if you like fat girls don't do what i did, go for them to start with and save yourself the trouble of going into relationships with girls you don't find sexually attractive that are sure to end with a break up for various reasons.
It’s definitely a great insight but it’s not like you put yourself and those girls through that on purpose. Don’t beat yourself up, it was a learning experience. I dated progressively bigger girls who I thought were the ones for me at different times and there was zero shame motivating that. Sometimes you just like a person and you think they’re big enough, or that you can make it work. I think many of us can agree we don’t know what we want, and there’s no way to tell until you try.
But that said, no, you shouldn’t date someone you flat-out do not find sexually attractive from the start, if it can be avoided. It’s not awful to risk dating someone for their predominantly great personality, whether they’re fat or thin, but make a habit of indulging yourself in the people who turn you on. You will find someone who balances both.