My friend retweeted a picture on Twitter about half an hour ago.
This conversation really just happened. Note –
Person A and B are both male.
[EDIT]: I am informed that person B is actually female.
Person B: Mannnnnnnnn pic.twitter.com/d60c6gma” 1st is hotter
Person A: Nah not to me at least
Me: not seeing anything but an anorexic?
Person B: how is she anorexic?
Me: on the right, she looks anorexic
Person A: definitely not anorexic… She’s in hella good shape, but I prefer how she used to look
Person B: nicely put (name).
Me: the right is ill. There’s veins.on her hands ffs
Person A: there’s veins on MY hands… Shes in better shape than I am
Me: they shouldn’t be standing out like that, I can’t really say too much without sounding like a jealous bitch
Person A: i agree that she doesn’t look as good in the right hand pic, but anorexic is the wrong description
Me: fair enough, i’ll rephrase but longer [break] though I can see she has dedicated time to being fit and ‘healthy’, I find her lack of natural fat disturbing [break] her hipbones bear a striking resemblance to pro-anorexia photos, and her veins protrude so much that they are [break] akin to a steroid user’s neck. You don’t need to strip yourself of all fat to have muscle
Person B: She has 11% body fat
Me: where? In her head?
Person B: Lmaooooooo
Person A: lmao that’s good [break] did you read my tweets? I prefer her on the left! [break] Makes @(my name)’s anorexia statement a little more valid…
Person B: not really cause although she may have a desire to lose weight she’s not refusing to eat.
Me: That’s not the medical definition.
Person A: if you guys are going to get into an argument over the definition of anorexia delete my @ first…
There were also some tweets between person A, B and the ESPN woman –
ESPN Woman: A man’s body fat percentage should be 8%-19% whereas a woman’s should be 21%-32%
Person A: US council of exercise.. “essential” body fat for a woman 11-12% athletes 14-20% fitness 21-24%
Person B: Thank you (name)
Person A: you didn’t read that did you? 11% is not healthy it’s the MINIMUM
Person B: I did read it. That’s why I said thank you cause I didn’t know. But this lady is a body builder/fitness model.
Quote from Person B: and again I didn’t realized her 11% was unhealthy. Funny thing is she’s trying to have less. Smh.
So, overall, yes.