Video Games: TOO SKINNY? - Dude Soup Podcast #108

Dude Soup: Video Games: TOO SKINNY? - Dude Soup Podcast #108

The gang is in Sydney this week but they filmed a special Dude Soup before they left in which they discuss:

02:00 - Game Characters, representation, and body image.
28:15 - Kojima's Death Stranding interview.
48:10 - Meeting/banging your heroes. 
1:00:30 - Nintendo Switch news


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  • drew1drew1 FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Mask of Chaos

    2 months ago

    If anyone is interested in the game they mention at 36:05, the one with the solar sensor, it is called Boktai: The Sun is in Your Hand (there are four in the series). It's a pretty fun game and I recommend it. There are emulators online with patches to make up for the lack of solar sensor.

  • IronChefKevin FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Occasionally cool

    2 months ago

    I don't think Blizzard maliciously made her skinny, but they should be aware that people like her in part because she seems to be representing a so often ignored segment of the population. I'd hope they'd just try to be more aware of what makes these charters popular and do their best to stick to their creative vision while also keeping them true to the public persona. 

  • 117forEagle FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    2 months ago

    Loved when they started talking about Death Proof, that movie was SAVAGE and the guy had it coming, I remember when I saw it the first time I totally did not expect to see those ladies go straight Rambo (and then when the pipe came out, make Rambo look like a pussy).... then and now, I thought it was badass - I consider myself a feminist (I'm a dude), and I enjoy a female protagonist (or antagonist) being central to any story and that includes the games I play, and that was a great example. Great discussion, and I was cracking up constantly at work 

  • adamdothunt FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    2 months ago

    Being fat, is a weird problem for society. 

    It doesn't have to be a bad thing, for example in victorian england it was seen as attractive, a sign of wealth. Although the understanding was changed quite quickly to an understanding of greed and gluttony. 


    But, considering the question posed. Do we need better representation in video games? 


    The answer is an unequivocal yes, but, it gets a bit weird when it comes to weight. That is because it is representative of character, not an innate or unchangeable factor like bone structure or color. So, while weight can add something to the medium, it is generally used as a negative trait. Because it fundamentally has a reasonable assumption behind its meaning. 


    Put simply, you don't get unattractive women, and men, in video games, because It isn't appealing. It is hard to invest in a character with a very obvious, and to most, un-relatable characteristic. It useful to consider that marketing is largely a visual process. 


    - However there is a problem - Being fat is seen in a far more negative light than it needs to be. 


    The problem comes down to a characteristic of human nature. we judge the external to represent the internal. That is: being fat is seen to take away from other positive characteristics. here is where is get weird. 


    Consider a creator, formulating a character in their head. They will envision the external to represent the internal. Thus in media, the outside will - mostly always - represent the inside. And because of this, fat characters, at least positive ones, will be few and far between. All visuals in video games are by enlarge choices, so issues of society, are generally perpetuated. The underrepresentation of fat people as meaningful characters, being just one issue. While it's possible for media to challenge these assumptions, it requires understanding and conscious moderation, of actions which are generally away from such understandings.


    entertainment, has for a long time exaggerated the problem of being overweight. Because there is a dual cause and effect in media: Being fat has a negative meaning, so being fat is used as a negative meaning, which makes the meaning more valid. This perpetuates the social understanding that being fat means a lot more than it does in reality. Fundamentally, character design at the emotional and physical level blurs boundaries, unlike with people in the real world. 


    What you get is the demon'ation of being fat


    One which is perpetuated by a more fundamental rationalization: Society does not want fat people, it is indicative of health issues, emotional issues and just generally means something is wrong. Being fat isn't actually something we want to encourage. So it is taken to mean all that. over what could be a case of someone liking food. But, as with everything, a lot of people can't think with a nuanced understanding, or see past the surface at other quite amazing aspects of a person.


    Fundamentally though, being okay with a fatter population won't really do us all that good, so the issue is largely ignored. And to be honest, we have far more pressing social issues to consider, the real social equalization of race and gender. And under representation of overweight women in games are but the result of a wider problems in society.


    I'd suggest we start with more meaningful female characters - tied to more woman in the gaming industry, and then move from there. (we also need to, at some point, fix our sexist language)


    *There are other arguments, such as how men need attractive women in games. but that is largely void because you can have attractive people, and fat people in the same game.


    *Author notes, I'm an human nature academic if that adds any validity: sociology, criminology and economics.


    To the one person that read this, thanks.

    • wickedsnakes FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      2 months ago

      you're welcome :) nice essay

  • SiddiqTheMyth FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    2 months ago

    What is the game software they use at the beginning. It looks like GOG but I can't tell. 

    • EmoChalk FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      2 months ago

      That would be steam.

    • SiddiqTheMyth FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      2 months ago

      @EmoChalk but the color scheme and layout is completely different. Its all blue and white. 

    • EmoChalk FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      2 months ago

      @SiddiqTheMyth It's a skin for steam

    • SiddiqTheMyth FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      2 months ago

      @EmoChalk It is?! TIL

  • notjma FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    2 months ago

    When Laurence said Lucille Ball all I heard was Lucio Ball

  • FaffyGeoffy FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    2 months ago

    If I understand him correctly, Adam hopes that calls for diverse representation in video games do not influence a creator's artistic vision, e.g. if the outcry over Mei leads Blizzard to create more plus-size female characters. I actually feel just the opposite way. If a creator's vision leads them to make yet another game where all the protagonists are male and all the female characters are sexualized and skinny, then I'd say that indicates a particular lack of imagination on the part of the creator.


    I hope that calls for diversity help open a creator's mind to new possibilities. I hope that they encourage a creator to develop a more unique artistic vision than they would have developed otherwise - one that boasts characters who are strikingly different than the norm of the medium. Ideally, this would lead to a more interesting and exciting end product.


    Anyway, another great podcast! Thanks for all the fantastic content, Funhaus.

  • beacon300 FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Sean

    2 months ago

    I find this an interesting topic to comment on, because normally, I'm the LAST opinion to really have much of a say. I'm a straight white CIS male, I practically bleed privilege. I am fully aware of it, so I usually stay out of these discussions.

    I will say i understand James's perception of things, that many times the character model is a just a vessel, and that the player is capable of just inserting their own self into that character. That's easier for people like me though, because many of the characters in video games look like me: Straight, white, CIS males. 


    That might explain a few things about my gaming habits. 1) Metroid Prime on the gamecube was one of my favorite games of all time, wonky combat included. 2), when I have the option to choose a character type, I often choose female. She will be dressed normally for the situation (i'm not one for "Female body armor" tropes, because of obvious sexist reasons) and she tends to have a gritty, tough personality in my mind. 3) I often choose to have female followers in games that have follower systems. This one is different, only in that while I know many game devs and writers are male, I like to think that having a female follower will offer a different perspective on many problems. That's more wishful thinking on my part, but it's nice to dream.


    I guess because I've never felt under-represented, I wish there were more variety in character types. I think even Overwatch succumbs to this a bit. Pharah, Mercy, D.Va, Tracer, Widowmaker and Ana are all thin, smaller women. It might make the Mei "controversy" more noticeable because she is the ONLY "heavier" female character in the game (Zarya is left out, only because her weight is not due to thickness, I believe she is meant to appeal to a different audience).


    I am no more likely to play female characters in overwatch, since the characters have their different play styles, I wil lplay who gives me the best advantage, regardless of gender. but in other games, where men and women can do the same thing? I guess i'd like to see more women, even though I';m not part of that demographic, and it would still be good for gaming to see women in literally the same situations as men, and treated as men would be in those situations.

    • woard FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      2 months ago

      I prefer to play as females too, and have female followers, but my reasons are slightly more pervy.  I just prefer to listen to and look at ladies.  That being said I also like the diversity that it offers as a lot of games have male characters.  I've never thought of women as objects or any of that crap and I would never treat them as such out of basic respect if nothing else, but games represent fantasy to me so having the skimpy outfits I think is fun.  This is just like cape or a hot dog outfit, and I wish we could make a separation between wanting a sexy, creepy, or funny character and peoples  treatment of actual people.  Having the choice is of course the best but aside from that whatever the devs want to do is fine with me.

  • Wulfram FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    2 months ago

    If the character is already premade, it never really bothered me who or what they are; male, female, or whatever race. Hell, Ana is character wise my favourite character in OW, and Samus is fucking rad. Even in a case of a game where you're supposed to be the character like in Bioshock, it could have been anyone, but for the purpose of the story and the time period, it being a generic brown haired white guy made sense. As far as representation, I'm an overweight guy but I never felt like I was underrepresented because there were never games starring overweight guys. I just knew that people who are overweight generally don't do, or aren't capable of doing more athletic or physically strenuous activities that occur in most games. Faith couldn't have been a tubby dude and still done the kind of shit she did. I figured that people assume the same thing for games and situations where that applies. It makes sense for the "default character" to be a white guy in say a military shooter since the military is statistically mostly white and women only very recently (about a year ago) are able to have frontline, combat positions. Sure there are a lot of games where it can be anybody and it isn't, but I think most have a reason for being the way they are. 


      I can understand why people identify with characters that are similar to them, I just don't feel the same way. I don't get excited when a game stars a broader, heavier guy who fits my body type I don't say "This game is for me! I identify with this character!", I just go "ok" .  However, In games where I can create a character, I do tend to make a character that is more idealized version of myself, and I think its due to what James said. I'm not happy with who I am as a person and in those kinds of situations I rather play who I want to be instead.


    I think the issue with Mei though is people who had the hots for her BECAUSE she was thick and now that they've learned that she's intended to be thinner than she is, they feel betrayed. Same kind of thing when it came out that Tracer was gay how there were people who were upset. That's what I've seen at least. Then again I don't go on Tumblr where that argument is probably being made.


    In conclusion though, games should be made to tell the story they want to tell, not to be as inclusive as possible.

  • Thiry FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    2 months ago

    Since AH has the Goeff line of shirts, can we please get a Larr line of shirts

  • Kikyobutt FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Keeper of Beards

    2 months ago

    Thick or slim, Mei is still bae AHEM, excuse me.


    In the case of representation of characters in games, I find that some games I play thinking "This character is ME," and others thinking "I am this character." It sounds confusing, but when I play Halo, I feel like I am Master Chief, or at the very least his conscious, therefore I feel more likely to act like he does (WWMCD?). Other games however, like Fallout 4 or Skyrim, I play in the mindset of "I am this character", so Instead of asking "What would ___ do in this situation?" I ask "What would I do?" In this case, the character represents me, whereas in the previous case I represent the character.


    And when it comes to gender, I don't care if the character is male or female because I will play the game regardless, I will just have the mindset that I am this character, but this character is not me. If I have the opportunity to make my own character, then I'll make him look like myself because I'm vain because I'll play the game differently, as if I was in that world and I had my own choices and not follow what I think the character would do.


    Also there is something mesmerizing about Panty Party I can't take my eyes off of it. I kind of feel dirty about it...

  • lootsorrow FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    2 months ago

    Elyse knows what's up, with the line of Lawrence shirts idea. I want one of lawrence as a pirate that says 'Weather the storm'

  • Going_Downtown FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    2 months ago

    I dont think Mei got de-thicked, she was wearing a snow suit in her original skin. now shes just wearing clothes

    • cmh14440 FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Chris

      2 months ago

      I had a similar thought to this when I first heard about it, considering different materials, layers, etc. I think the perception matters though that it was noticed and it did give a lot of people the impression that Mei was somehow flawed for not having a Tracer or Widowmaker like figure. Good on Blizzard for responding to the concerns seriously. 

  • DungusMcBrungus FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    2 months ago

    If we're talking about things Lawrence likes and anime, i suggest you guys give Tiger Mask W a try. It's based off an old anime about wrestling and takes it to a whole new level. It's the perfect show to appreciate ironically, it's currently going still, and it's full of fantastic wrastling greatness.


    Just a suggestion

  • VarenOfTatooine FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    2 months ago

    I find it fun to be able to mock my character, usually because I suck at playing them, so its helpful if I don't relate to them. But as for cultural diversity, it is very good to see so many types of people included.

  • SmileySol FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    2 months ago

    as a white Australian, who gives a fuck if Mei gained/loss weight. its a game. but still a good topic to hear you guys discuss! my entire outlook on these types of things (and basically everything in life) is, who gives a fuuuuuuck. 

  • agentkibble FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    2 months ago

    The only time that I pretend to be the character that I'm playing as would have to be a game like fallout or skyrim, where I have options and I can just put myself into the character. Also I love adams cardigan, I would totally buy one.

  • YodatheHobbit FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    2 months ago

    Can I get a 3 way hi five with Elyse and Bruce for liking A League Of Their Own as a child? I used to watch it alone my room a lot. When the Madonna song came on at the end it used to make me cry. First Madonna song I ever really liked.

  • Fdcampa FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    2 months ago

    I didn't play video games until ten, and by then I didn't really care of who I really played in a video game. The only video game person I envisioned myself was Master Chief but it was mostly because the whole "protector of the human race " was the cool thing, the hero. Thats why my favorite hero back in the day is Spiderman, hero for the people. The only thing that I did any real envisioning  from was Xbox LIve and your avatars, the customizable option in the last gen that sucks it ended now and I wish came back. I had a blast picturing myself in Xbox and payed REAL MONEY for virtual shirts and Halo shit to put on my avatar to look cool. 

  • JarrydBracke FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    2 months ago

    Lawrence I'm not sure if you know but Mei having a really small waist was in fact a bug with her model for that skin. It was actually fixed about a week ago. 


    (Pre-patch modeling deformity, as seen in the podcast)

    http://imgur.com/a/zKey7


    (pre and post-patch gif comparison)

    https://gfycat.com/TotalDelightfulHawk


    Still an excellent discussion with a lot of good points as always. 

  • Bighippie FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Some Guy In AZ

    2 months ago

    Get the flowers and berries for yourself. Guarantee you wont be able to resist yourself afterwards.

  • Kahhhl FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    2 months ago

    "Yeah, Owl Boy is like this pathetic gimp runt... anyway, so that reminds me of Elyse" - Lawrence Sontag, 2017

  • BrandonK FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    2 months ago

    There's no way to say this without sounding creepy, but I love looking at Lawrence. He's got such stand out features but none of them are off putting. I think I may be gay for him.

  • AmiralPatate FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    2 months ago

    I think there's really no excuse for lack of diversity in our day and age. You can hide behind creative vision, but I'd say a sausage party of white dudes with chiseled jaw is hardly creative.


    We need to make an important distinction between character and character, which sounds stupid because that's the same word that means two things. I view a character (as in person) as two things: appearance and character (as in personality traits). If we take James Bond, the appearance is that of a British white male, and the character is that of a somehow-loveable misogynistic alcoholic one-liner-reciting superspy.


    Where I'm getting at is that appearance barely matters. It can be a function of character to an extent, but it shouldn't define the individual. And if it doesn't define the individual, that means you can stick any appearance unto them, and it also means you can make it so that your game, on average, reflects the diversity of the general human population.

  • WickedSeven FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    2 months ago

    I will try and make a character look like me or close to me as possible in a game if it has that kind of customization, outside of that I don't care as I see the character as a avatar. However, as of lately I enjoy playing games that the main character and I are completely different as it can give me a different perspective.  

  • roflkittins FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    2 months ago

    Yes! More Talking Stalkings! benson

  • Ahmedic FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    2 months ago

    I never realized how much representation in video games mattered to me until I started playing overwatch. I'm a first generation Egyptian dude in the US and didn't really connect with my Egyptian background primarily because I was raised here and didn't visit Egypt that option. Even though I wasn't very well connected with my culture, I always felt misrepresented in most mass media. Whenever there was Egyptian representation in media, it was mostly ancient Egyptian stuff, whenever there were arabs in media, it was mainly terrorists that the protagonist had to defeat to save the day (growing up in the 2000s, this was the case in most first person shooters I played). When Overwatch came out and i saw that you can play as an Egyptian who was considered a hero, I felt reassured that my people and I are not viewed as the bad guy in this game. when Ana came out, I remember almost crying because she was speaking the Egyptian dialect and it further cemented that reassurance. Sure these things might seem small and dumb to people that can't necessarily relate to me, but it was huge in me feeling okay with who I am. This is just my two cents on the whole thing but i didn't realize how much it meant to other people until i was finally represented as just another hero in a roster full of other good guys. Loved the podcast, keep up the good work <3

  • funhausjet FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    2 months ago

    I was 10 minutes into this Dude Soup before I realized they weren't on the couch.  Just me?  Crap.

  • wickedsnakes FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    2 months ago

    of course (most) men are physically stronger than (most) women, thats why guns work as a great equalizer. you would never need to engage in a physical fight with a stronger opponent if you can just shoot them :) in a video game, I mean :) 

  • _Genesis_ FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    2 months ago

    I think the idea of inclusion is an interesting one and one that many don't realize exists if they always see themselves in media.  I found it interesting that they brought up The Legend of Zelda because I know for myself Link was very important to me because he was left-handed. I had never realized how little I saw that portrayal in game, which to many people probably seems inconsequential, but was very important to me. I notice how important it is especially since  he's was changed to right-handed with the Wii games to match up the controls for most people (which I hated and found hard to do, being left-handed using a system made for right-hand dominance), and how sad I feel seeing the Breath of the Wind trailers where Link is still right handed. Having the representation of someone like me, especially as the hero, gave me a sense of validity, particularly growing up where being different in this way did make things harder. I can only extrapolate from my feelings to the many other examples of representation for others but I assume it is along similar lines.

  • Kr1sp FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    2 months ago

    Mei slimmed down from running around so much in the snow ball offensive. Also, you can be mad Mei isn't thicc but the difference isn't that big and it was confirmed long ago she is slimmer underneath the various layers of clothing you wear in the arctic. She's still not slim.

  • RGunkelman FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    2 months ago

    I would always create as small of a character as possible just because in my head the hit box was smaller or I could hide more easily. 

  • PlushMayhem FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    2 months ago

    23:40 : Ya know, why isn't the Mei discussion something that should give Blizzard food for thought on including future fat characters? If there's so much want and support for them, why shouldn't they cater to that or at least consider it more than not at all? 


    Letting them know it's something that is wanted by quite a large amount of people isn't an act that is forcing them to include them in future products. It's merely letting them know that it's an option they can explore. They're a company, they're going to be influenced by what people want plain and simple, but it's still completely in their hands at the end of the day.


    If you don't want the teams at blizzard to be influenced by any outside forces, you're gonna have to lock them in a box with no windows and not let em out until they've drawn the cast of OW2.

  • KidGonzo FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold the worst™

    2 months ago

    Bettie Page was actually a very strong Christian. She was originally pretty disturbed by being photographed in bondage. (She also had several violent breakdowns later in life and I think tried to kill one of her husbands?)

  • Gumper30 FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    2 months ago

    blizz has admitted that the skinny mei was a bug


    Forum post

  • mogppf FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    2 months ago

    I still can't watch in fullscreen on Chromebook

  • NominalManner FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    2 months ago

    Elyse this might be the robbery you were thinking of www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/...

  • melyssaaaaa FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    2 months ago

    representation in video games is a strange topic and it keeps getting grayer over the years. when i was younger, video games "were for boys" and it was always something that i talked about with only boys in school. i have two older brothers who i watched play games all the time (predominantly racing/fighting/shooter games), so it was natural that i enjoy them, as well. i never thought about myself in video games because it was just my belief that mostly boys played them and not many girls [that i knew] played.


    when i got older and the option to be a girl in a video game became a thing (pokemon is one that comes to mind, although i know there were plenty of other games that gave me that option - i just didn't play them), i was just happy that that was a thing in my realm of gaming. when character creation started becoming popular, i did start to notice that i can't make characters look EXACTLY like me, but some of my friends could because there would be more variety for them in that particular game, whether it's their skin color, hair type, or gender. it was hard to character create a biracial girl with tight curls in the early 2000s, but at least they were making it an option to "be yourself," or whoever you wanted to look like.


     games like overwatch are tricky because they're already created characters that don't have much variety to their bodies as they do their outfits/skins, but i don't think programming a slimmer mei is either productive or necessary. maybe they did, maybe they didn't, but i don't think it's something to cause an uproar about when there are games like fallout and WWE'17 where you can scan your face and literally be you. it may not be the game you want to play, but i don't think it's fair to say that there isn't representation in games at all, it just might not be in the places you're looking


    (sorry this is so long >.<)

  • ZeusWolf45 FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    2 months ago

    Now I know why Adam is the way he is after sharing he comes from a police family...Was she able to make it to retirement? If so tell her thank you for her sacrifices she made while doing a thankless job...

  • PaladinTristan FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    2 months ago

    Roadhog may be fat in the stomach area but the Hog got arms like hercules!

  • DerrickFord FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    2 months ago

    I submit that those complaining about Mei's new "thinner" appearance are thin-shaming and I don't think that's very inclusive of them (he said with a sarcastic undertone)

  • Halakaj FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Slovene

    2 months ago

    Video game males: Too muscular ???

    • DrumBoxyThng FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      2 months ago

      As an overweight male, I'm offended by these unrealistic standards presented in video games.