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WARNING: Some of the language in the following submission may be found offensive by some.

Let’s talk about fat jokes. Do we like them? Should we? Is there a line where you say enough is enough?

Q. What do you call two fat men having a chat? A. A heavy discussion. This and many other fat jokes can be found at is light weight humor at best(pun intended). Most of my friends know how far to go with jokes. I love a good joke and will go to my grave laughing but for me there is a limit to what is funny. I stop laughing when it gets to the point of hurting someone. Like many of you, I love poking fun at folks. A good zinger can make the coldest person warm up at a party but if you go at someone out of spite or injury it has gone to far.

James White, a buddy of mine, told me some of his favorite chubby chucklers. “He is so fat, he shows up on radar, the guy is so fat; he leaves footprints in concrete! One guy was so fat, he had his own area code,” he giggled to me. One of my favorites he tells is the one about a woman named Judy. It goes: Judy has so many double chins she looks like she is staring at you over a pile of pancakes. Seriously though, Judy isn’t fat, she insists she’s just 4 feed too short. This one makes me sorta horny because I can picture those lovely chins. Anyway, I always tell people I want to be taller when they ask me what I would change about myself. “I’ll grow into my weight,” I say.

A mean joke has ruined many a night out for me. It is just so hard to regain your masculinity after someone makes a FAT MAN/TINY PENIS joke and you can’t prove them wrong. I tell a good one about my birthday. It goes something like: I was born on the 18th, 19th and 20th of January; it was the worst three day weekend of my mother’s life. I kill me. Oh, I am funny. Anyway, I get hurt sometimes when I hear a mean joke on television or the radio. I feel bad for the extra large folks out there who are getting those mean jokes repeated about them. All those mean people have to repeat jokes because they don’t have the brains to make up their own.

Being a FA puts me on the defensive when it comes to protecting my girlfriend from hearing the bad jokes or getting them told about her. I get mad when folks stare. When I hear them joking I get very furious.

Of course, my girlfriend has her favorite fat jokes too. She likes the “Yo Mama so fat” type. Here is a few of her special picks: Yo mama's so fat; on Halloween she says, "Trick or Meatloaf”, your mama's so fat, when she broke her leg, gravy poured out and your mama's so fat that her belly button makes an echo. Sure, they are funny but there is even a line that she wont cross.

Where is your line? Please ask yourself that question. Does your line fall on the shallow or on the deep end of the fat joke pool? There is no wrong answer.

Submitted by: Matthew Lane Griffin

"A gypsy fire is on the hearth,
Sign of the carnival of mirth;
Through the dun fields and from the glade
Flash merry folk in masquerade,
For this is Hallowe'en!"
~Author Unknown
"May Jack-o-lanterns burning bright
Of soft and golden hue
Pierce through the future’s veil and show
What fate now holds for you."
~Author Unknown

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