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The Struggles of being "privileged"

 
Daughter of the Moon
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09/11/2017 09:46 PM
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The Struggles of being "privileged"
Ok, so I come from a economically comfortable family.

The problem with this is that often people underestimate me or don't give me the proper credit for what I do.

In my university I like to promote a healthy life style so I decided to do a speech about the fat people in the university and I was like "Generally speaking, most of you are fat because of laziness and because you eat too much junk food"

I always start my speeches with something that catches the attention.

Then I proceeded to talk about how they could live a healthy life in college style like I do. Of course some of them started to say "you're privilege is showing" and stuff like that..... so then I proceeded to explain how to be healthy on a low income student budget but they still didn't want to give ,e credit for my good intentions.

The thing is that they just prefer to spend their time and money on trash food and alcohol which is totally stupid. I don't drink alcohol... I don't even drink coffee.

After they knew that I was right and they were wrong they started to talk about how I should stop criticizing them, and let them be and a lot other senseless stuff....

I mean, I know they don't like me but I obviously had good intentions.

This always happens. Only some people agree and the others disagree just because they don't like me or something. I was giving them really good advices and options.... I even talk about substitute for breakfast since as a student you don't always have time for breakfast .... I was like "when I don't have time to eat breakfast I prepare a really nice fruits and vegetable smoothie and I mix it with a healthy protein shake... or you can also prepare overnight oats....etc etc etc"

Anyway, it is sometimes difficult to be taken seriously.
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09/11/2017 09:52 PM
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Re: The Struggles of being "privileged"
I am very poor and have been homeless, but I maintained a balanced diet at the soup kitchen and a healthy lifestyle.

I've proven that privilege has nothing to do with being a fat, lazy pig.

They are gluttonous hogs who graze at the trough all day.
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09/11/2017 09:58 PM
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Re: The Struggles of being "privileged"
I am very poor and have been homeless, but I maintained a balanced diet at the soup kitchen and a healthy lifestyle.

I've proven that privilege has nothing to do with being a fat, lazy pig.

They are gluttonous hogs who graze at the trough all day.
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True. It's all about taking good decisions.

Last Edited by Daughter of the Moon on 09/11/2017 10:01 PM





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