Britan`s Fattest Teen Is Cut Out Of Her House

Submitted by: yusuksomuch 4 years ago Funny

Europe, this Is why you shouldn"t judge other country"s weight problems. OK lemmings, spin this.
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Male 430
Yeah yeah yeah, Europe is not a country and the US has separate states that collectively make up the country, many of which are bigger than most of the countries in Europe. So shut the drat up already. Twats
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Male 182
bad enough that we choose "europe" as our origin...
really?
as said before:
WE ARE NOT ONE COUNTRY (yet)
we love hating each other, we just hate you more, collectively
fat ignorant rednecks is what I see of the US, so thats my picture of you
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Male 101
It`s pretty funny they go on and on about how America is fat when so many countries aren`t far behind on weight problems.
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Male 541
To the poster:

"Europe, this Is why you shouldn`t judge other country`s weight problems."

How stupid can you be? It`s not about single case scenarios, it`s about AVERAGES, and regions as a whole. Also, as pointed out, Europe is not a country. Seriously, it wouldn`t hurt to think once in a while, before writing.
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Male 1,569
How is that photo made? She`s outside at the photo, so there must have been a way...
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Male 663

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Male 1,558
Wasn`t she at Walmart?
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Male 21
She should move to US. Then she`d be average.
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Female 2,602
[quote]BMI is ... archaic, needs to change, and is an inferior system ...

And this is coming from one who is 5`11", 135 pounds.

... you are pretty much a bitter old hag who is overly opinionated[/quote]

I`m guessing that you`d be weedy, lanky streak of piss by whichever measuring system you care to choose, that gets upset with all kinds of opinions you don`t like but that you`re not intelligent enough to construct reasoned arguments against.
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Female 1,478
And this article which is within the one about the teenager.
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Male 3,418
MacGuffin, using BMI is like using the imperial measuring system: it`s archaic, needs to change, and is an inferior system to better methods.

And this is coming from one who is 5`11", 135 pounds.

From what I gather from your posts, you are pretty much a bitter old hag who is overly opinionated; though I`ll give you a slide on this thread as you were baited to do so.
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Male 677
@phil7243
No, because the Treaty of Versailles was written to deal with the aftermath World War One.
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Male 1,048
When I see people that fat. I get this urge to put things between the fat creases. not sexually either. Like baby birds, or some skittles. It`s nearly uncontrollable.
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Male 143
"It could`ve possibly been prevented. The Treaty of Versailles was ridiculously harsh towards Germany, and is arguably the window that Hitler took advantage of to rise to power. If it didn`t slam such huge reporations upon Germany, WWII may not have happened."

So what you`re really saying is: peaceful diplomacy caused war.
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Male 15,832
Her first words: "So, now that I`m out, where do you want to go for dinner?"
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Male 184
Oh MacGuffin- Very clever. Now tell me where you hide your penis.
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Female 149
Holy god, 13,000 calories a day?? I`d be lucky if I can even get down 2000! That`s unbelievable! But I live in Houston, which is full of crazy fatties, and I`ve definitely seen teenagers fatter than her...
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Male 166
@drawman61
I do agree with you somewhat because the majority of fat people are lazy and greedy but there is also medical conditions, medications, genes that tend to make people fat. This girl was sad that her father died and that`s what got her to binge eat. Her depression is what started it. I have to say though, she should be put down if her and whoever is giving her food doesn`t do anything about this.
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Male 7,775
Fat barstad. She doesn`t deserve anyones sympathy. Genetics, hormones, glands...it`s all an excuse. You`re fat because you are lazy and greedy. End of.
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Male 140
Britian in America in all but name
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Female 2,602
[quote]6`2" 200lbs, I haven`t had six pack abs in awhile, but far from fat[/quote]

So, BMI 25.7 - that`s OK, makes you merely marginally "overweight", but not obese. ;)

As for the cats, yes, you hit a sore point. There`s a little black fxcker that lives somewhere in the neighbourhood that keeps trying to get in and shag my girls. The wee beesom.
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Male 1,008
"We`re way into your issues now, lard-arse."

6`2" 200lbs, I haven`t had six pack abs in awhile, but far from fat, but you are getting a little testy there, did I pry too much about the cats? I`m sorry :(
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Male 1,471
[quote]It is tragic for her. She`s done all sorts to lose weight with fat camps in the US and a thousand diets.[/quote]
There`s absolutely no drating way to get to 400 kg while making any kind of effort to loose weight.

You want to weigh 400kg ? Fine, but don`t think anyone should feel sorry for you.
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Male 770
naa, go ahead England and keep makin fun. we got too many fatsos roaming around the states. I`m one of them, I admit it.
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Male 5,413
BWAAAAAAAAAAAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHA!
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Male 620
A country being fat isn`t a problem, on the contrary, a fat country is a prosperous country..

Obviously america is the clear winner.
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Female 2,602
[quote]So sometimes you have cats over that don`t live with you?[/quote]

We`re way into your issues now, lard-arse.
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Male 3,909
Wow, they had to use a crane & scaffolding, hahaha!!!
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Male 677
@DromEd
It could`ve possibly been prevented. The Treaty of Versailles was ridiculously harsh towards Germany, and is arguably the window that Hitler took advantage of to rise to power. If it didn`t slam such huge reporations upon Germany, WWII may not have happened.
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Male 2,368
Please marcus2, enlighten us. How should we have handled WWII?
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Male 8
Lmao @ "Oooh fat bar-stewards in other countries too!!! Hypocrites." banter.

Pretty sure that no other nation with plenty of fatties ever denied the fact. They just like to highlight that America started the trend.

Gotta lol @ grasping at straws though.


Murica, Fck Yeah!
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Male 1,008
"I`ve got two that live with me, but I`m pretty sure they think they own me."

So sometimes you have cats over that don`t live with you?
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Female 2,602
[quote]You say "unnecessary wars", is there such thing as a necessary war?[/quote]

Yes.
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Male 677
@AvatarJohn
You assume that war was the best way to solve those problems.
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Male 1,059
1 stone = 14 lbs. So she`s 882 lbs.

marcus2, ever heard of WWII? Would you prefer to speaking German and continuing the mass-murder? How about the U.S. civil war? You like slavery, apparently?

War has ended slavery, Nazism, Communism, Fascism, etc. There have been plenty of necessary wars.
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Male 677
@LillianDulci
What about India becoming independent from Britian in 1947? Sure, there was protesting/rioting when Britain ruled, but ultimately, the gaining of independwnce was a democratic process. Nothing can really justify sending men to their slaughter. No war is necessary, we`ve just been led to belive otherwise.
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Male 809
what`s this? I can`t believe this site didn`t twist this into one of their `this is fat America` type posts.
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Male 4,893
@yusuksomuch - This is great. I love the caption.
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Female 2,674
"is there such thing as a necessary war?"

Yep. One such war would be between an area that wants to become an individual country and the country that currently rules that area. That`s not really something that`s going to be disputed calmly, because the ruling country doesn`t want to lose the territory, but the territory wants to be its own country.

Just an example.
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Male 677
@MacGuffin
You say "unnecessary wars", is there such thing as a necessary war?
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Male 3,314
@Danagamer: That photo isn`t her at her current weight. She is thought to be 63 stone. A stone is 20lb. That makes her about 1,260 pounds. An intersting link about who`s to blame is in the comments section.
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Female 2,602
[quote]Hey MacGuffin- take a look in the mirror.[/quote]

There`s a slim blonde looking back. What`s your point?
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Male 701
pfft... that`s not obese. That`s just a Walmart waddle. Go to Kentucky, they`ll show you obese. Please.
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Male 184
Hey MacGuffin- take a look in the mirror. BBC News Quarter of Scotts Obese

And as for unnecessary wars? Holy sh8t! Europe has had its share of completely unnecessary wars. You are living in a glass house in these matters.
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Male 653
@WorldofJames Fat whore? It`s cake she`s eating, not c*ck.
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Male 1,284
Troll post is trolling
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Male 14,775
Good for her. At least she`ll never go off to fight and die for American oil.
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Male 1,053
"because it seems a little stupid to criticise mother nature`s attempt to make Americans less able to fight in the unnecessary wars you start"

You`re right, that would be a really stupid argument to make...
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Male 1,053
And let`s not forget about this one.
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Female 2,602
[quote]Do you ever look at your own countries problems or just critisize the US?[/quote]

Yes, I do. And I remind you, I was specifically *invited* to comment on this issue on this occasion.
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Male 7,378
When I saw the word "lemmings" I knew who the submitter was. Really need to work on that limited vocabulary YSSM.
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Male 14,330
[quote]Any questions?[/quote]

Do you ever look at your own countries problems or just critisize the US?
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Male 978
let the fat whore die, christ
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Female 2,602
[quote]"Any questions?"

how many cats do you own?[/quote]

I`ve got two that live with me, but I`m pretty sure they think they own me. I`ve got one for you, how much do *you* weigh?
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Male 1,008
"Any questions?"

how many cats do you own?
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Female 2,602
I don`t usually chip in on the "America, this is why you`re fat" threads, because it seems a little stupid to criticise mother nature`s attempt to make Americans less able to fight in the unnecessary wars you start, but since you specifically invited me to, here`s all of the information you`ll ever need on the subject.

Some quotes: "The United States has the highest obesity rates in the developed world. This is a long-standing phenomenon: already by 1962, 45% of adult Americans were overweight, and 13% of adult Americans were obese; these numbers were already higher than obesity rates observed in most developed countries as late as 2001-02. From 1980 to 2002, obesity rates have doubled, reaching the current rate of 33% of the adult population."

Any questions?
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Male 677
Heard about this on the news. If you`re too fat to leave your own house, then you don`t deserve to leave.
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Male 620
lol, they built a ramp, too.
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Male 1,008
LOL, I cant believe you let me keep "lemmings" in there. OK MacGuffin, you`re on......
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Male 1,008
Link: Britan`s Fattest Teen Is Cut Out Of Her House [Rate Link] - Europe, this Is why you shouldn`t judge other country`s weight problems. OK lemmings, spin this.
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