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To the Hairy Obese Naked Guy in the Lockerroom

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Oh Yuck! This is my rant! I was at my gym today and it often gets crowded around 6PM - this is the rush hour. I finished my workout and head into the lockerroom! It's somewhat crowded but everyone minds their own business.
Well - standing smack-dab in the center of the corridor to the showers is this huge (and I don't mean the big muscular type) hairy guy - completely naked yapping away on his cell phone.
His back was facing me and it was a pitiful sight. Round, corpulent and hairy.

First of all, I salute these men for having the willpower to go to the gym - but please - wear a towel and conceal your body in the lockerroom.

Well back to this guy ....

He was cheerfully talking and laughing to whoever was on the other end of his line - yet had absolutely no modestly to cover himself with a towel. And this guy needed one of those industrial size towels to wrap around his 50+ inch waist.
As he turned to face the room (ie. me) - I gasped! There was no need for a towel to cover his privates ...
He has an apron of skin that barely draped over his groin area - it was a shocking sight!

From the corner of my eye - I swear I could see other guys who was facing him immediately did a 180.
It was a visual you really wanted to forget!

i changed quickly and got outta there.
Are there any medications to evoke amnesia and erase short term memory?
Yell

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0 # RE: To the Hairy Obese Naked Guy in the LockerroomGuest 2010-12-29 00:06
I disagree with you why you should feel proud of that man will power he has not done any work to be feel proud. But he should be ashamed of himself by showing his obese body with so hairy also he will look like yak.
What is Obesity
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0 # RE: RE: To the Hairy Obese Naked Guy in the LockerroomCMeng 2010-12-29 09:37
No where in my post did I say I was "proud"!

I said I "salute" the obese man for having the "willpower" to go to the gym. Obesity is a disease caused by an addiction (and its the worst type of addiction as compared to drugs, cigarettes and alcohol).
Anybody battling an addiction needs to build a willpower within themselves to overcome their addiction and shame. Admitting to the addiction is the first step and taking further steps to fight it requires support, courage, time and personal willpower.

This post was more about modesty in the lockerroom and not displaying your full morbid glory for everyone to see.
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