Its one of the most fascinating things about observing other humans to me. I enjoy seeing someone I couldn't imagine being(ex: super fat) and then trying to imagine myself as that person. Like I'll see a 400 pound guy at my work, which there are several of, then imagine I was instantly put into his body, but with my exact same mind and knowledge, then imagine what my reaction and eventual plan to get out of huge fat person status would be.
It's morbidly fascinating to me. I used to be a fatty as a kid, but never to that extent, and now that we're grown you're basically a ticking time bomb if you don't keep that shit under control. I've lost friends and family due to complications from diabeetus and heart disease. When simple tasks start to become taxing, maybe it's time to make a change.
This dude at work is basically spherical, and shakes the ground when he walks. He wears flip flops to work and his feet look like pissed off Thunder from Big Trouble in Little China. Without fail, the first thing he does when he walks into the studio is grab two giant Monster energy drinks. He slams one in the kitchen area, and take the other to his desk. If it's Friday, he washes the second one down with a bagel chaser.
Lunchtime he'll eat a 10-inch pizza and a burger w/ either chips or fries. Plus another Monster drink. Throughout the day he's snacking on nuts, chips, M&M's or whatever bullshit they have in the dispensers since it's all free. And god have mercy on the cakes and cookies if someone brings them in. Who knows what he has for dinner when he's home.
I feel bad because he's a nice dude, and I'm afraid we're going to eventually get an email saying he died of a heart attack the night before - or worse, in his chair.