Dating a fat pig

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As the play progressed, more believability sunk in. As the play progressed, more believability sunk in. Labute continues his “social commentary” plays about sexism with our protagonist being a wishy-washy casual sexist who for some reason is best friends with the most sexist sexist that ever sexisted.

With the overflowing sentiments for healthy eating and self love sometimes in the form of workout clothes and detox receipts on Pinterest, I think La Bute’s work can still function a decade after being published. Both Carter and Jeannie didn’t seem realistic and Helen seemed to be so destructively making jokes about her weight. With the overflowing sentiments for healthy eating and self love sometimes in the form of workout clothes and detox receipts on Pinterest, I think La Bute’s work can still function a decade after being published. Both Carter and Jeannie didn’t seem realistic and Helen seemed to be so destructively making jokes about her weight. The underlying turmoil of the human dilemma leaves the reader finding the moments within their own lives when they as weak as Tom. She’s “not like other girls.” The other female, Jeannie, slaps men, her coworkers, IN THE OFFICE, because she’s a crazy ex girlfriend.

Her "blond hair" is full of split ends and is embarrassingly dry LOL. Her fukkin beaver teeth alone made me think she was the ugliest thing ever to crawl out of a womb.

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Everyone in the piece, from Helen to Tom to Carter to Jeannie, wallows in the (admittedly widespread) idea that bodies and weight can be controlled in the long term. This play deals with how the pressure of society can influence our romantic relationships. I really didn't like how much Tom cared about what others thought; he dumped a girl that he really liked because his buddies told him that he couldn't like a fat girl. Everyone in this play except for Helen was so superficial. The play really had no plot line besides Tom stumbling around being a complete jerk. It also made me angry that at the end when Helen bares her soul to Tom saying that she has never said I had to read this book for my Theater Appreciation class and I was not a fan at all.

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