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24th Jun '17 12:57:27 AM Gravidef
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** The "Fat Bottomed Girls" question seems to be a minor Deconstruction of this trope: while Lauren is definitely Fat and Proud, she doesn't like people reducing her to "the fat girl." Puck's "Big-Ass Heart" was about how her loving nature and personality were a match for her size, while "Fat Bottomed Girls" is ''just'' about her weight. Similarly, during the Glee Club's "Born This Way" performance, where each member of the group wears a T-shirt with something they're proud of printed on it, Lauren chooses "Bad Attitude" rather than "Fat."
30th May '17 9:46:16 AM KoopaKid17
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** Deconstructed when his weight causes him to get stuck in Rabbit's house.
25th May '17 10:28:48 PM Benthelame
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* An Episode of ''Series/{{House}}'' features this trope. The episode begins with a morbidly obese man being cut out of his house because he was presumed to be dead.This belief is quickly dispelled when he farts. The extraction turns into a rescue mission and he is sent to the hospital so that doctors can discover what caused him to pass out. The man is only disturbed by the fact that all anyone wants to test him for are problems related to his weight. He claims he is not miserable and speaks about how much he loves to eat. [[DeadpanSnarker House's]] comments on his weight only [[SnarkToSnarkCombat earn him a competitor.]] Even after finding out that [[spoiler:he is going to die of cancer]] the man is unrepentant about his eating habits.
24th May '17 3:45:04 AM SebastianGray
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* This trope gets a pretty nasty kick in the teeth from ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}'' and ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' in the (extremely rotund) form of the Chaos God Nurgle. His big draw is being the god of love and acceptance, whose worshipers are taught to love themselves and each other just the way they are, even if (or ''especially'' if) they're unhealthy and disgusting, because Nurgle is also, and more importantly, the god of decay and disease.

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* This trope gets a pretty nasty kick in the teeth from ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}'' Creator/GamesWorkshop games:
** ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}'', ''TabletopGame/WarhammerAgeOfSigmar''
and ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' in the (extremely rotund) form of ''TabletopGame/Warhammer40000'' have the Chaos God Nurgle. His big draw is being the god of love and acceptance, whose worshipers are taught to love themselves and each other just the way they are, even if (or ''especially'' if) they're unhealthy and disgusting, because Nurgle is also, and more importantly, the god of decay and disease.disease.
** In ''TabletopGame/BloodBowl'', the Star Player Glart Smashrip is a massively fat [[RatMen Skaven]] Blocker who is not only proud of his bulk but is still trying to get fatter as it is his goal to achieve the record for being the heaviest player to compete in the Blood Bowl final.
13th Apr '17 8:41:37 PM KoopaKid17
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* ''VideoGame/ToejamAndEarl in Panic on Funkotron'' has the NPC Bloona who is fatter than Earl yet isn't concerned about her size. She is [[BigEater constantly seen eating]] and [[BareYourMidriff her shirt doesn't even cover her midriff]].
31st Mar '17 1:16:40 AM DuneAgain
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* There's a children's book called "The Man Who Stole the Atlantic Ocean" that features an entire Fat Men's Club. All of the members are proud to be fat as possible and hate being teased. The titular Man being huge is a plot point.
19th Feb '17 7:47:44 PM ElectroKraken
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In TV Land, most characters will freak over gaining a few pounds, and instantly pull out the carrots and celery. And those who are overweight will usually [[IAmBigBoned try to deny it]]. But not these guys. These are the few, the proud, the fat. They have no qualms about their size, and will complain when they lose weight. They may even try to gain more weight, although this is not seen as often. If female, this character is almost always a BigBeautifulWoman. BigHandsomeMan if male. Sometimes they are BigEaters. They might also be [[StoutStrength strong]] and [[{{Kevlard}} resilient]].


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In TV Land, most characters will freak over gaining a few pounds, and instantly pull out the carrots and celery. And those who are overweight will usually [[IAmBigBoned try to deny it]]. But not these guys. These are the few, the proud, the fat. They have no qualms about their size, and will complain when they lose weight. They may even try to gain more weight, although this is not seen as often. If female, this character is almost always a BigBeautifulWoman. BigHandsomeMan if male. Sometimes they are BigEaters.{{Big Eater}}s. They might also be [[StoutStrength strong]] and [[{{Kevlard}} resilient]].

11th Feb '17 6:47:30 PM Gaming28
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In TV Land, most characters will freak over gaining a few pounds, and instantly pull out the carrots and celery. And those who are overweight will usually [[IAmBigBoned try to deny it]]. But not these guys. These are the few, the proud, the fat. They have no qualms about their size, and will complain when they lose weight. They may even try to gain more weight, although this is not seen as often. If female, this character is almost always a BigBeautifulWoman. BigHandsomeMan if male.

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In TV Land, most characters will freak over gaining a few pounds, and instantly pull out the carrots and celery. And those who are overweight will usually [[IAmBigBoned try to deny it]]. But not these guys. These are the few, the proud, the fat. They have no qualms about their size, and will complain when they lose weight. They may even try to gain more weight, although this is not seen as often. If female, this character is almost always a BigBeautifulWoman. BigHandsomeMan if male.
male. Sometimes they are BigEaters. They might also be [[StoutStrength strong]] and [[{{Kevlard}} resilient]].

27th Nov '16 5:22:44 PM nombretomado
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* Arguably, the mayor in ''CloudyWithAChanceOfMeatballs''.

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* %%* Arguably, the mayor in ''CloudyWithAChanceOfMeatballs''.''WesternAnimation/CloudyWithAChanceOfMeatballs''.
23rd Oct '16 9:52:03 AM rjd1922
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* The Pandaren from WorldOfWarcraft. Apparently it's a cultural thing because, well, bears.

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* The Pandaren from WorldOfWarcraft.''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft''. Apparently it's a cultural thing because, well, bears.



* In ''VisualNovel/SuperDanganRonpa2'', Togami is very proud of his size and passionate about eating. When Saionji attempts to give him an unflattering nickname based on his weight, he surprises everyone by accepting it, saying that it's appropriately descriptive.

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* In ''VisualNovel/SuperDanganRonpa2'', Byakuya Togami is very proud of his size and passionate about eating. When Hiyoko Saionji attempts to give him an unflattering nickname based on his weight, he surprises everyone by accepting it, saying that it's appropriately descriptive.
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