55 stone and counting

Posted: October 15, 2008 in Uncategorized
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I never watch these Jamie Oliver programmes because he is basically a twat.
He’s got a bit of get-up-and-go though. And I share his shock at seeing the ‘fat chairs’ in the Rotherham hospital he visited tonight on his programme.

Usually we only see the obese portrayed on television as massive, coke-guzzling Americans but it was nice to see it closer to home tonight. Apparently the largest patient this hospital had was 55 stone. Now, everyone puts on a bit of weight here and there. In Ireland – and for me personally – it’s generally the booze. We all know how to lose weight and it takes willpower.
But 55 stone?
You’re a disgrace, put down the sandwich.
There is no excuse at all.
If you are that obese, or anywhere near it, you have systematically avoided eating well for a lengthy amount of time with flagrant disregard for your health and appearance.
If you have half a brain you have no excuse to get to a weight like that.
Now, I’m going to order Chinese. Who’s in?

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Comments
  1. cha says:

    How fats the fatty mama? five feet wide and widening. If we get that sandwich in his throat we can lessen the bloat, he already can’t see his own scrote, five feet wide and widening…

    Sorry.

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  3. Adam says:

    Only when the cheque clears.

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