posted on Feb, 13 2014 @ 03:02 PM
I understand your point bazart. Fattys that can use a walk should not be using the carts. They are there for people with real disabilities.
My wife is fat. She is 300 lbs (5'4). She doesn't use or need a walker or cart. ( I'm 5'4 and 116 lbs btw) She's 42, I'm 46. I'm lucky because
my beauty queen is still healthy. (Once you go fat, you never go back! LOL)
However I know older people who are her size or bigger that DO need those carts because they cannot walk around the store without running out of
breath. Most of these are older and have had some damage to their bodies due to the fat coupled with bad diet. These people ARE disabled and have as
much right to those carts as does your daughter with the broken foot.
At least my wife eats healthy foods but her problem is she eats too much. Eating fat btw doesn't make you fat. I am worried about the fat effecting
my wife's heart - If i lost her, I'd lose my whole world.
I just went down from 140 and a big basketball belly to 116 and a flat tummy in 6 months. All i did was eat smaller portions even of fast food and tv
dinners, no exercise. ( i don't eat a lot of fruits and veggies) My wife is the fruit and veggy freak.
The problem is these people are MORE disabled than your daughter with the broken foot. Your daughter's foot will mend but it's much harder for obese
people to lose the weight. They don't have a magic fix like your daughter. i cannot see how you can be so incentive to these folks. It's too cruel.