It was full of people and I would not say the comment was really welcome. Yes, I did gain weight, I have to admit, not that much... She did not mean to insult, but I would not consider it to be a compliment either.
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Let me try: "Thank you for bringing my attention and everybody else's that the gain is noticeable by now. I let myself go. But, honestly, I am so sick now that I have to let it be for the moment. I'll gain some more, but I'll stay positive. And fat"
I kind of agree with you. It is a rude thing to say in front of others however we can shut down and get hostile or we can look at it as a wakeup call. Sometimes that little shove can get us making better choices. It isn't right, but make lemonade.
I thought I was cool enough by saying: "Yes, I have. And now I have this delicious curvy figure!" But everybody else was so tense about it - that it was palpable. These people were strangers, so it is hard to know what is best answer and when...
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Lucky you to be so thin and comfortable with your figure; however, I think the questioner - like most women - is weight sensitive.
Thank you and I noticed that guys are attracted to women with large body parts. It does not bother me because I not interested in their wild desires. So that may be why I do not get insulted when someone try to be malicious..