Your Reaction When People Tell You It’s Time To Go On A Diet

Okay, be honest, do you like it when someone tells you it’s time you get losing some weight?

No, no one likes to be told they’re looking a little chubby, except for one situation, if it’s a medical professional telling you so because it’s affecting your health. We’re not saying it doesn’t hurt, it does, but you know you’re not being insulted (well, we like to think of it as genuine good advice). 

Now, we would love it if we lived in a world where only doctors and other medical professionals were allowed to say things about your weight, but we don’t! We live in a world where friends, family, colleagues, and sometimes even strangers will give you a piece of “health advice” you surely didn’t need and you definitely didn’t want to hear. 

Don’t you just wish someone would record your reaction so you have something to laugh at after brutally being insulted? 

Well, we’ve put together some gifs that pretty much sum up every person’s reaction when they’re told to get losing weight: 

1 How about I make a better suggestion? 

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2 How about you get lost! 

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3 Why are you so rude? 

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4 I am going to ignore your stupid piece of advice. 

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5 Why would you even? 

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6 Just don’t speak, you don’t know how to use words!

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7 You’re dead to me! 

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