Why Freakishly Skinny People Are More "Aesthetically Displeasing" than Overweight People
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Why Freakishly Skinny People Are More "Aesthetically Displeasing" than Overweight People

By Dustin Rowles | Seriously Random Lists | November 15, 2010 | Comments ()


Remember a few weeks ago, when that Marie Claire columnist had this to say about overweight people: " I think I'd be grossed out if I had to watch two characters with rolls and rolls of fat kissing each other ... because I'd be grossed out if I had to watch them doing anything. To be brutally honest, even in real life, I find it aesthetically displeasing to watch a very, very fat person simply walk across a room."

I have no problem with overweight people. You know what I find "aesthetically displeasing"? Severely underweight people. They give me the fucking heebies. There is no boogeyman, no supervillain, or monster scarier to me than a freakishly skinny person. How many of you still wake up on some nights in a cold sweat because of memories of Zelda in Pet Semetary?

So, as a belated fuck you to Marie Claire, I offer up images of ten freakishly thin people (most of whom lost weight for movie roles) to demonstrate just how much more aesthetically displeasing underweight is compared to overweight. I certainly wouldn't want to watch people this skinny kissing each other, mostly out of fear that one would swallow the other in a fit of hunger pangs.

Matt Damon for his Role in Courage Under Fire


Jennifer Aniston for her Role on "The Late Show with David Letterman"


Christian Bale for his Role in The Fighter


Angelina Jolie for her Role in Salt


Mischa Barton for his Role in this Picture


50 Cent for His Role in Things Fall Apart


Kiera Knightley for Her Role in Life


Andrew Hubatsek for His Role as Zelda in Pet Semetary


Christain Bale for His Role in The Machinist


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