Bethany Williams

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Whatever


People should really mind their own bussiness
When they tell you have to look like them
You wanna know what I think?
I think WHATEVER
Why should I dress and talk like them
And the thing I hate the most about people
Is when they tell people that they have to loose weight
I know they might be trying to help their friends because they need it
But what I mean is when they tell skinny people that they have,
to go on a diet because they are too fat
Well thats wrong and people shouldn't think like that
People should jsut leave other people alone when it comes to this
Plus there are people out there having hard times,
trying to loose weight
Dont tease people who try when they really need to
And if you see people being mean to other people about their weight well talk to those people because that can lead to emotional problems that might stay with them the rest of their life.

Submitted: Tuesday, August 30, 2011
Edited: Wednesday, August 31, 2011

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