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Fat Man
Louie And The Fat Men
Rock & Roll, Surf
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The Fat Man" is a song by American rhythm and blues recording artist Fats Domino. It was written by Domino and Dave Bartholomew, and recorded on December 10, 1949. It is often cited as one of the first rock and roll records. The song was recorded for Imperial Records in Cosimo Matassa's J&M studio on Rampart Street in New Orleans, Louisiana on Saturday, December 10, 1949.

Vanessa rails against men who see fat women as perfectly reasonable hookups, but not appropriate women to offer genuine affection or commitment: Have you ever kissed a fat girl? Have you ever wooed a fat girl? Have you ever held hands with a fat girl? Have you ever walked down the street in the light of day, holding hands, with a big girl like me? Go ahead. Vanessa and Louie are both victims of inane beauty standards and the neuroses they produce: Vanessa's body is not seen as beautiful, while Louie loses an opportunity to date a wonderful woman because he will not permit himself to find an "unattractive" woman desirable. has employed the scores-hotter-woman trope on his own show for four seasons.

Men like Louie, she explains, won’t even consider dating her. Sure, they’ll sleep with her-but they are loath to consider the social ramifications of actually dating a fat girl, despite their own less-than-enviable physiques.

A recent episode of 'Louie' offers a blistering social critique of how we treat fat women in the dating arena. In the episode, a lovely, funny, overweight waitress named Vanessa (Sarah Baker) romantically pursues Louie to less than ideal ends. During her pursuit, Vanessa is revealed to be a fully formed, fully realized person; smart and capable; independent and motivated; stepping out of the fat girl holding cell populated entirely with Funny Best Friends and blazing a new trail: She is the Manic Pixie Fat Girl. Vanessa is written in the most droll and likable way because .


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