Saw this in my paper a while back. Actually, my daughter pointed it out to me. We snickered.
Then it made me think about my first ever yoga teacher. How I loved her yoga body. Then she lost weight. It was none of my business but I felt a little conflicted about that.
It also made me remember a story I heard of a mom who lost all her "baby weight," then her son complained because he no longer had a "pillow" when he snuggled with her.
Of course, I can also see the hippo's perspective: the not-so-funny story of the woman who doesn't get support in her efforts to get fit, whether it be from her spouse, co-workers, friends, family.
More than anything this just makes me think about how we should appreciate what our body can do above and beyond what our body looks like. If you're doing good things for your body and your health, and that makes you stand out from the crowd, be proud. The rest of us fit hippos support you.