Why is it that there is so much of a difference when you see a Fit person covered in mud, than seeing a fat person in mud?
I mean, when you see a fit person in mess, you'd think its hot right? but a fat person... You'd think its really nasty or something bad right? so why is there so much of a diff? Oh and add your opinion on that too lol
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This has got to be the most hilariously bizarre question I've seen on this site. Clearly fat people are a little gross even before the mud enters the equation, but let's be nice to them because if they could help it, then they wouldn't be fat to begin with.
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By the way you have phrased it, we have 2 variables: fit/fat & mud/no mud. In the scenario you have outlined:
fit + no mud= hot fat + no mud = not so hot fit + mud = hot fat + mud = not so hot Sensing a a pattern here? It seems as though mud is the superfluous variable and the decision of hotness depends mainly on the variable of fitness. So to answer your question, it the difference has little to do with the mud but a lot to do with how fit the aforementioned muddy person is.
because you think the fit person looks good and the fat person looks bad anyway so anything the fit person does/wears is automatically hot and anything the fat person does/wears is automatically unattractive to you
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It's probably because the fat people are already not hot. I think it has less to do with mud, and more to do with the fact that they are fat.
The only time I've seen mud people running around is in Left 4 Dead 2. I don't pay attention to whether they're hot, I just shoot them on sight.
mud just makes fat people look like chocolate blobs...skinny people covered in mud reminds me of a chocolate popsicle.
this is because fat people are always disgusting and fit people are always awesome, fat people should stay indoors so they don't ruin everyones day
Where are you seeing all these mud covered people? I've only ever seen half naked women "mud wrestling".
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