Fat shaming started when chubby people stopped being tribal kings with access to abundant food sources and just lazy bastards with bullshit glandular issues. It’s only been officially called fat shaming since the big and chunky tried to reclaim their jiggling figures as a social positive and needed a way to make fat jokesters look like heartless monsters. Alyssa Milano got fat shamed by Jay Mohr who was surprised by her wide body when he saw her at the NASCAR Awards in early December.
She was one of the presenters. She’s very tiny, in height…It seems like she had a baby and said, ‘I don’t really give a s–t’…I read it on her gut..
Somebody sat in the director’s chair and was not wearing Spanx and I was like, ‘Jesus Christ.
Oh, slam. I mean, fat shame. That’s what Alyssa Milano called it when she wrote back a purposefully classy Tweet to Jay Mohr, filled with positive messages for him and his wife and kids but calling out Jay’s fat shaming. Since then, large lovely ladies have been slobbering praise on Alyssa like she’s the first true zero calorie cheesecake bite. Jay Mohr probably should’ve kept his fat jokes to himself. For a couple cheap chuckles he’s unleashed an entire fat girl army. I wonder if it’ll still seem so funny when the first wave of berserker BBWs descend from their mountainous camps with the aid of gravity and murderous rage. It’s hard to laugh when you can’t breathe.