Fat is Fat
When the horrendously fat actress Chrissy Metz was asked to pose for the April issue of Harper's Bazaar, she thought she is doing the world a favor. She is not.

"When I first heard Harper's Bazaar wanted me to be sexy," the "This Is Us" star recalls to the magazine. "I was like, 'Who, me?' I knew y'all were edgy but this is incredible -- it's validation."

Validation of what? Oh, that unhealthy living and lifestyle can lead to morbid obesity and other health problems.

"What an amazing honor and privilege full of self discovery!" she later tweeted. "Thank you, thank you, thank you, @harpersbazaarus for this feature and fun!"

Thank you also Metz for showing the readers that with brains how it looks like to be barely able to fit in front of a magazine cover. Just because many are fat now that doesn't make it attractive or healthy. This is just the PC crowd falsely using the actress to show that it is trendy to have a fat woman trying to act sexy. It gets them free attention. They are using her, of course and she is falling for it.

By the way, if Metz cannot handle the negative comments from people she do not know, then she should not have endorsed her magazine cover. It is not bullying if somebody expresses an opinion, which could be either positive or not, about her or the article's message. If they do threaten her or the writer, then that is bullying.

Anyway, anybody heard from the magazine's interviewers? Did Metz just ate them and their laptops?