Hey, kid! You're a lardass. Get used to it.
CHICAGO-Doctors ought to quit using fuzzy terms to define children's weight problems and instead refer to truly fat kids as overweight or obese, a committee of medical experts recommended.
Less blunt terms used by the government and many doctors diplomatically avoid the term "obese." Instead, they refer to children many would consider too fat as being "at risk for overeweight," and "overweight" for those others would consider obese.
Those categories don't adequeately define the hefty problem, according to the group, which was convened by the American Medical Association and funded by federal health officials including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Now that's not very politically correct. Still, I guess it's better than worrying about whether or not you're going to get sued by some uptight parent because you told their little Jimmy to lay off the Hostess Cup Cakes.