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  1. There is also the principle: what I see is what I say.

    There was a fat man in the company, but not everyone remembered the name yet and he urgently needs to be called. In the course go and “fat”, and “puffy”, and “pot-bellied”, and even the banal “fat”. People sometimes say things without even realizing that they are hurting other people's feelings and emotions.

    And as for the jokes, on the one hand, yes, indeed, he is a fat man. You can see it (even from far away), it's real. Then why not say it? Still, it's one thing to laugh at a friend's personal problems, which only you know about (which is strange), and every time in a new company you tell everyone that he is short-barreled (you would know how insulting it is…). And it's quite another thing when they make fun of what everyone already sees (yes, even from afar). On the contrary, it indicates the unoriginality of the joker. Rather, such jokes are “stuffy”, except that they take up silence.

  2. I myself am amazed at such tactlessness, when a fat person, anyone, can say directly to his eyes: well, you've grown fat!you should eat less! At the same time, he himself is far from slim and usually eats much larger portions.

  3. I have a couple of options in mind:

    1) Laugh.

    2) Assert yourself at someone else's expense.

    3) A person may think that this way (insulting) motivates a fat man to go jogging in the morning.

    4) If in an altercation with the owner of extra pounds there is nothing to answer, then it is a sin not to use this.

    I'll tell you myself that it was always a shame. Such insults do not lead to anything good and do not motivate in any way. Even if a person is rotten, using it as a weapon is quite low.

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