Teh New Hotness: Cooking Oil

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  1. ralyks

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    what
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    i remember this~ holy shit what a dumbass~ i think her disorder is similar to guys who constantly think they're scrawny when infact they're swole~ forgot the term...
     
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    bigorexia?

    i don't see how someone could ever have that... i mean, just feel your arm... when they're rock solid and your biceps are the size of small soccer balls.... come ON
     
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    muscle dysmorphia.

    wouldn't you think annorexic chicks could realize they're skinny when they have literally nothing but skin and bone? nope they think they're fat. It's not a hard concept to grasp.
     
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    there you go~ that's the term i was looking for.

    i think many of us fitness enthusiasts have at least a bit of this disorder(or mental trigger) with them, i know i do -- not saying i think i'm hyooge or anything, but i think for many, a form of that mentality is required for the constant drive to improve yourself, beyond your former healthy self to a healthier, stronger, more aesthetic self.
     
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