More often than not, the question isn't meant to be malicious, but when someone asks, "Gee, have you gained weight?" it's hard not to take offense to it.
And not because gaining weight is a bad thing — it's not — but because it's no one's business but your own.
Whether it's family, friends, or complete strangers, the next time someone asks you if you've gained weight, clap back with one of these savage responses.
"You seem to be the expert on my body, so you tell me."
I was totally looking for a second opinion, so.
"Pizza doesn't ask these kinds of silly questions!"
"WINTER IS COMING."
Time to hibernate.
"How considerate of you to take time out of your busy schedule to notice these things."
You're so observant!!!!!
"Fuck off, comprehensively."
Sassy and classy and proud of my ass-y.
Yep, à la Stephanie Tanner. Bless.
"Thick thighs, thin patience."
No time 4 U.
"My eyes are up here."
Hi, hello, talk at my face, not at my body, thanks.
"Studies have shown that women who've gained weight live longer than people who mention it."