“Dig a Ditch” Joe Rogan and Tom Segura go on a fierce rant over fat models


“Dig a Ditch” Joe Rogan and Tom Segura go on a fierce rant over fat models

JRogan is of the opinion that fat models should be able to take criticism

Joe Rogan has been an advocate for exercising and maintaining a respectable physique all his adult life. It comes as no surprise that a person like Joe would not take kindly to the inclusion of plus-size models in any capacity, let alone at the covers of a swim suit magazine.

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Joe has talked about unrealistic beauty standards with his guests in the past, most notably when Bill Burr went on an epic rant about the plus size models being the norm in advertising nowadays. A persistent sentiment in all these talks is that while they all agree that the beauty standards portrayed by these models are nothing but unrealistic, however, that is the reason they are featured there.

On a recent episode of JRE, Joe Rogan had another one of these conversations with his good friend and comedian, Tom Segura. The duo opened up initially talking about Christina Pazsitzky’s set on fat models. In the set, she expresses her belief that models make certain sacrifices for the privilege of being featured on front pages and people who eat what and when their mind pleases should not receive those privileges.

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Joe Rogan and Tom Seguera suggest swimsuit models should be fit people and not fat models

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Joe recently received flak for suggesting that as long as one can move the can exercise

Segura elaborates on this thought saying, “My thing is, when people go, you shouldn’t talk about other people’s body types, what are talking about? We’ve all got thoughts about other people’s bodies, you do it in your head, you do it yourself, you do it to your friends it’s kind of the way outle brain is organized.” Segura also suggested that the people who are most defensive about such things also make such observational comments in private.

Segura goes on to further talk about how by agreeing to become a model, one has to accept the public scrutiny that comes along with it. “You go, I want my picture out there to show what I am, you have to be open to any criticism that comes along, just like if I sign up to say thing, I’m open to the criticism about what I say, “ saying he would have to be open to people degrading him and calling him unfunny and that the same goes for models, saying once you’re in the public domain, “It’s open season”


“I don’t embrace the idea of, hey you can’t comment about my looks, when you’ve signed up for it” said Segura with Joe replying in agreement saying, “a 100% no if and’s or buts” Segura then goes on to say how it doesn’t matter the gender, models are supposed to have unattainable bodies. He said, “If you’re a guy and a model, I want you to have an almost unattainable body, he’s got his six packs, beautiful skin and you go, that guy’s got the gift”


“For me, if you have a model that looks like the long-snapper for the colts, I’m gonna say you’re not model, I would say you should dig ditches or something like that,” said Segura, promoting Joe to say, “You’re not my kind of model, I don’t like the way your body looks, the whole idea behind the swim suit edition is beautiful people with perfect bodies.”

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