Monday, June 1, 2009

What am I, really?

I would like to think that the determination of whether or not a person is fat is left up to that person or their Dr.
My response to that type of characterization is, "So?".
Really, does it change how wonderful/awful a person is?
Fat, anemic, tall, short, skinny, one eye, cleft lip, all of that doesn't matter to the personality that is inside.
Tease me about being a jerk or rude or an ass or I cannot carry a tune.
Compliment me for being nice, thoughtful, or friendly or funny.
Don't charactarize me because of my skin color, my hearing, my accent.


Jenny said...

What prompted this?

surprised mom said...

I was thinking the same thing. What happened? And does it really matter how people think of you. You are the only one who can define you.

dietrich509 said...

In my defense, I have not referred to you as the "tall, goofy-looking, deaf guy" to your face for some time.