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#5 - teranin ONLINE (08/13/2014) [-]
I almost had some sympathy when he said "It's not my fault they have a food trolley" since it's pretty dumb to tempt someone who clearly has no willpower to begin with, but then he said that **** implying playing fast and loose with tax money.

**** this guy.
User avatar #217 to #5 - durkadurka (08/14/2014) [-]
It's easy to be wasteful with tax money. People treat money most carefully when it's their own.
#275 to #5 - jorisnl (08/14/2014) [-]
It's a guy?
#82 to #5 - natombex (08/13/2014) [-]
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User avatar #7 to #5 - Maroon ONLINE (08/13/2014) [-]
Really though, that **** is literally an addiction. It's like allowing a drug dealer to make rounds at a rehab clinic.
#9 to #7 - teranin ONLINE (08/13/2014) [-]
User avatar #163 to #7 - hoponthefeelstrain (08/14/2014) [-]
it's teaching them to have self control and be able to say no every now and then.
#292 to #163 - shadowgandalf (08/14/2014) [-]
Thats like yelling at a mentally challenged person every once in a while, to teach them how to act properly...
User avatar #300 to #292 - ifuckinghatethis (08/14/2014) [-]
you are comparing being mentally challenged to being fat
#301 to #300 - shadowgandalf (08/14/2014) [-]
No, i'm saying that addiction is a mental challenge/issue.
Being fat in itself is not near equal to being mentally challenged, but being addicted to something is.


User avatar #302 to #301 - ifuckinghatethis (08/14/2014) [-]
having an addiction and having special needs are completely different things
#304 to #302 - shadowgandalf (08/14/2014) [-]
An addiction IS a special need... Normal people don't need it, hence "special".
User avatar #306 to #304 - ifuckinghatethis (08/14/2014) [-]
Ok, when referring to someone as 'mentally challenged' or as having 'special needs', you imply that they were born with a physical or mental ailment that makes leading a normal life more difficult, for example; celebral palsey, blindness, deafness, autism, down syndrome, williams syndrome, etc. If someone has an addiction, they do not fall under the special needs spectrum.
An addiction is generally the result of conscious decisions, not due to development in the womb. Unless you were born addicted to a drug, which is unlikely.
#309 to #306 - shadowgandalf (08/14/2014) [-]
No, being a "special needs person" means that you have abnormal needs that needs to be fufilled in order for you to function somewhat normal, or simply survive.

Sugar addiction is generally not your fault, but the parents fault, as children have no means to provide food themself.
User avatar #310 to #309 - ifuckinghatethis (08/14/2014) [-]
Being fat, or having a 'sugar addiction', is not a special need. Having an addiction could mean you have needs that are special, but having needs that are special and having 'special needs' are seriously not the same thing.
#311 to #310 - shadowgandalf (08/14/2014) [-]
I never said being fat is a special need, nor implied it.
And yes, special needs are special needs. Being retarded means that you have special needs, but special needs does not refer to retardation.
User avatar #329 to #292 - hoponthefeelstrain (08/14/2014) [-]
I've actually watched the show. They tell the people "we won't FORCE you to change, it's something you have to want for yourself, we wont stop you from ordering take out and such but if you do you'll be kicked from the program."
User avatar #13 to #7 - heroicdose (08/13/2014) [-]
i respectfully disagree. not having a bag of chips wont cause his entire body to ache in pain for days or sleep 20 hours a day. it wont really cause him much negative effect at all to not have it, aside from the fact he wants it and cant have it.
User avatar #14 to #13 - godtherapist (08/13/2014) [-]
Get educated son:

foodaddictionresearch.org/question-and-answer/what-is-withdrawal/

"Withdrawal symptoms can include severe anxiety, headaches, sadness, anger, sweating, shaking, disorientation and depression. They can last anywhere from days to weeks or even months after quitting."
User avatar #16 to #14 - heroicdose (08/13/2014) [-]
there is a huge difference between physical and mental addiction. certain drugs such as opiates will literally stop your body from producing certain chemicals (endorphins in the case of opiates) totally removing the bodys ability to fight pain until it repairs itself after you stop using them. withdrawl from other drugs can cause seizures leading to death.

nobody is having seizures from passing on the junk food.
User avatar #17 to #16 - godtherapist (08/13/2014) [-]
You don't think that insulin shock can kill you?

We're not talking about an average person who is just skipping a desert, we are talking about a person who has a severe CHEMICAL addiction.

If you eat vast amounts of sugar every day your body produces more and more insulin to deal with it. That sugar is then turned into fat stores when your body can't handle any more. If you suddenly just stop eating those sugars your body doesn't just stop making insulin. So what little sugar you do have in your system is removed, which can lead to a drop in blood pressure, arrhythmia, heart attack and stroke.

BTW: Sugar is as addictive as Heroin.

www.nydailynews.com/life-style/health/sugar-addictive-cocaine-heroin-studies-suggest-article-1.356819
www.forbes.com/sites/jacobsullum/2013/10/16/research-shows-cocaine-and-heroin-are-less-addictive-than-oreos/
User avatar #18 to #17 - heroicdose (08/13/2014) [-]
if you genuinely think sugar is addictive as heroin well have to agree to disagree.
User avatar #27 to #18 - godtherapist (08/13/2014) [-]
Great thing about having science is that I don't have to believe. I have medical professionals who say it's true.
User avatar #28 to #27 - heroicdose (08/13/2014) [-]
if you think those articles are good science you need to learn to scrutinize your sources better.
User avatar #37 to #28 - ruinsage (08/13/2014) [-]
You remind me of an idiot on this site who said that genes are not a factor in any way what so ever as to your weight

Educate yourself, or shut up
User avatar #40 to #37 - heroicdose (08/13/2014) [-]
of course genes are a factor. it doesnt mean "food addiction" is on par with drug addiction. if you want to break food down none of the constituents, including sugar, have the addiction potential of any "hard drug". there arent any credible studies suggesting so either. thats my only point.

can you be addicted to food? of course. you can be addicted to anything. that doesnt mean its on the same level.
#123 to #51 - Rascal (08/14/2014) [-]
No offence, but as a result of you attempting to be smart arse, i'm going to have to tell you you are definitvely wrong. And if you don't understand how wording can be used in articles to make them more appealing, you are a lost cause.


The statement that "sugar is just as addictive as heroin or cocaine", is simply untrue. Sugar is as addictive as video games. Sugar is as addictive as exercise. You can become dependant on the action of consuming sugar, but you are not dependant on the substance itself.
Cocaine and heroine have serious bitebacks if your system stops receiving them. Serious physical reprecussions. The drawbacks from sugar are the same drawbacks you'd recieve if you stopped eating McDonald's after having it every day for a year... Surely you recognise these differences? Posting saturated articles by media outlets it hardly factual analysis, you should really apologise for being such an arsehole.

TL;DR no doctor in their right mind would agree with you beyond semantics.
User avatar #129 to #123 - godtherapist (08/14/2014) [-]
"Hoebel has shown that rats eating large amounts of sugar when hungry, a phenomenon he describes as sugar-bingeing, undergo neurochemical changes in the brain that appear to mimic those produced by substances of abuse, including cocaine, morphine and nicotine."

"signs of withdrawal in the lab animals by taking away their sugar supply. The rats' brain levels of dopamine dropped and, as a result, they exhibited anxiety as a sign of withdrawal. The rats' teeth chattered, and the creatures were unwilling to venture forth into the open arm of their maze, preferring to stay in a tunnel area. "

www.princeton.edu/main/news/archive/S22/88/56G31/index.xml?section=topstories

Unless Princeton is too much of a 'saturated media outlet' for you too?
#284 to #129 - Rascal (08/14/2014) [-]
Have you ever entered academia? Link a psychological journal you overconfident prick. If I commit a study now are my findings fact? No, go to an educational institute and find out what constitutes fact. The man hadn't even presented his data yet!


Being thumbed just means you have a few other dunces who have no idea what constitutes evidence. Christ, you posted a singular study; a study involving RATS at that!! There's huge debate on whether you can even test animals and apply the data to humans, and that's not even linked to the debate you're putting forward.

This is why people are so misinformed. People like you acting as if they're spouting fact. You're so focused on being the 'right' party, you wont even scrutinise your point. Be scrupulous next time.
User avatar #263 to #129 - heroicdose (08/14/2014) [-]
dude, it isnt even the study lol. its an article about a study. it provides no hard data of any sort. i suppose you dont care, but you cant base an opinion on something like that and be credible in a scientific discussion.
User avatar #54 to #51 - heroicdose (08/13/2014) [-]
the same way arguing sugar is as addictive as heroin means you should probably stop ******* eating and work out a little bit
User avatar #246 to #40 - ruinsage (08/14/2014) [-]
Just because the withdrawal symptoms are not as severe, doesn't mean that the urge to get the "drug" can't be as high.
User avatar #63 to #18 - chrispoot (08/13/2014) [-]
I'm with godtherapist on this one. Sugar is a stimulant, an extremely weak one that is, but if eaten at a large dose over a long period of time, that will eventually become an addiction, not only mental addiction, but also physical ones.
User avatar #64 to #63 - heroicdose (08/13/2014) [-]
if you care, sugar isnt actually a stimulant in any sense of the word. you can look into it further if you want.
User avatar #65 to #64 - chrispoot (08/13/2014) [-]
That's like saying caffeine is not a stimulant, obviously it is, due to its effects, the same with sugar. Unless I am confusing the effects of carbohydrates that gives you increased energy rather than the sugar directly itself.
User avatar #67 to #65 - heroicdose (08/13/2014) [-]
sugar isnt a cns stimulant plain and simple.
User avatar #189 to #18 - brendantheferret (08/14/2014) [-]
Sugar affects your brain in a similar way to heroin, just not on the same scale
User avatar #327 to #17 - Ehwhat (08/14/2014) [-]
Woah, **** son, wouldn't have thought that
User avatar #286 to #16 - Jammed (08/14/2014) [-]
www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23719144
Bro do you even research?
Sure sugar withdrawal may not kill you like benzodiazepine and alcohol withdrawal (notice the lack of heroin in that sentence, sure it may kill you when you take it and the withdrawal would suck really hard but is unlikely to kill you)
However our brains only use glucose as an energy source (sometimes ketone bodies if you're diabetic or on the Atkins diet) and as such we are evolved to seek out at great hardship sources rich in sugar, which is rare in the wild, think honey and bees and **** .
Eating is an addiction that is used to cover underlying psychological issues the same as alcohol or other drugs. People need to stop thinking of the substance as the problem rather than helping addicts figure out why they feel they can't live without it.
User avatar #294 to #286 - heroicdose (08/14/2014) [-]
notice how i never said heroin withdrawal was likely to kill. its mostly alcohol, barbs, and benzos thatll do that.

im not arguing that sugar intake cant have a reward mechanism. im arguing that the comparison between that and drugs that have HUGE chemical release (which can lead to addiction) and very serious physical withdrawal symptoms is a stupid one. saying "they work in a similar matter" is silly and misleading. they may both release dopamine or other feel good chemicals, but when drugs release many thousands of times more and the food releases as much as virtually any standard enjoyable activity......its just a pointless comparison. as far as i am aware, there has never been ANY study to suggest dendrite formation or other solid signs of addiction youd see in other drugs (the cocaine/dendrite link is the most studied i believe) associated with sugar intake.

for what its worth, the abstract you posted has the same flaws as the princeton link the other guy posted. you cant really determine much of anything from an abstract either btw.
#12 - evilhomer ONLINE (08/13/2014) [-]
>how is that my problem?   
This man is dense both mentally and physically.
>how is that my problem?
This man is dense both mentally and physically.
User avatar #288 to #12 - Jammed (08/14/2014) [-]
Pity him, he is a victim of the cognitive bias of loss aversion. People physically and psychologically addicted will say anything if they think it may get them kicked out and hated by everyone so they can be alone and continue receiving what they believe is the only thing that can make them feel better.
User avatar #159 to #12 - aurumia (08/14/2014) [-]
I honestly believed this was a woman with a dike-style buzz cut. Whoops.
User avatar #41 to #12 - commontroll (08/13/2014) [-]
Actually he's not dense by human standards as density is mass divided by volume. He has a metric ******* of volume and relatively little mass for that because it's fat, not muscle.

So he's more got a thick skull and a thick layer of guarding blubber.
#228 to #41 - thesecretberry (08/14/2014) [-]
maybe he's so fat that his blubber compresses under its own weight

causing him to collapse into a lard singularity
#187 - utburd (08/14/2014) [-]
"It's not my fault I lack any form of self control!
Why is he in the hospital anyway? Wouldn't you send an unhealthy cow to the vet?
#203 to #187 - Rascal (08/14/2014) [-]
-brofist- for the reference to Lie To Me.
User avatar #202 to #187 - bitchitroll ONLINE (08/14/2014) [-]
no normally if the cows health as fallen to the point of no hope you shoot it in the head
User avatar #274 to #202 - silentark (08/14/2014) [-]
Gonna need a harpoon for this one
#71 - pictureperfectt (08/13/2014) [-]
In his "defence" a trolly in that environment is pretty retarded.
#126 to #71 - Rascal (08/14/2014) [-]
But if you're in that ward specifically to lose weight, it is undoubtably your fault. If i'd been sectioned as an attempt to quit smoking, and a salesman came around offering half price on all cigarettes of any brand, i'd turn him away. Why wouldn't you? It goes entirely against reasoning, directly opposing why you're there. Addiction is an urge, it doesn't have the same hold as say... the Ring on Gollum. He could have said no, it was a clear, rational decision. He's just a fat prick.
User avatar #130 to #126 - pictureperfectt (08/14/2014) [-]
Agreed. But nonetheless, it's a temptation. There's no need for it to be there.
Imagine trying your hardest at a gym, working out, being fit. Your still a good 180 at 5'9"
Some cunt **** walks past with a box of cinnamon buns and a chocolate glazed doughnut. He ******* waves them in my face and chuckled like a fag. He wasn't a buff guy but he was definately fit. No abs and no guns, but he could pass for fit. I decked him the **** out and was almost charged with assault but a bunch of witnesses claimed it as baiting. He instigated me to an extent. I shouldn't have acted like that, but he was being such a cunt.

...I got off track, the point is, it's a temptation. It shouldn't be there to begin with...
#305 to #130 - telfyr (08/14/2014) [-]
5'11 at 195 here,should have eaten one with no qualms. Just like how eating good for one day won't do **** eating bad for one snack won't do ****
#194 to #126 - Rascal (08/14/2014) [-]
Let's pretend he isn't being flippant with taxpayer dollars.   
   
He didn't control his diet outside the hospital, so he's not going to control his diet in a hospital that offers snacks. He's not there so doctors can measure his willpower, but so that they can make him get better. The availability of a snack trolly is a shortcoming on the treatment's part.
Let's pretend he isn't being flippant with taxpayer dollars.

He didn't control his diet outside the hospital, so he's not going to control his diet in a hospital that offers snacks. He's not there so doctors can measure his willpower, but so that they can make him get better. The availability of a snack trolly is a shortcoming on the treatment's part.
User avatar #287 to #194 - shadownigga (08/14/2014) [-]
If that's the case, what's he going to do when he leaves? If you don't have the willpower in a controlled environment, how are you going to have it in the real world?
#283 to #71 - Rascal (08/14/2014) [-]
He is a grown ******* adult, being a ******* idiot is no excuse also I am a fat cunt but if I am told to lose weight guess what I ******* lose weight that means no rewards no cakes, pies or chips. These weak fat cunts are pathetic I have lost thee stone because I have worked hard these fat bastards sitting their thinking that everyone else but them is at fault for them being fat disgusts me. here is the thing you fat cunt the only person who is guilty for you being fat is you.

Sorry for the rant
#322 to #283 - cannibalvegan ONLINE (08/14/2014) [-]
If you had ever been fat you'd know how difficult it would be to say no to that offer, this guy seems like an asshole, but I do agree that it wasn't his fault entirely. They should know that people who are that overweight are addicted to food and sugar so it's just unacceptable to have a food trolly there.   
   
 Gif related.
If you had ever been fat you'd know how difficult it would be to say no to that offer, this guy seems like an asshole, but I do agree that it wasn't his fault entirely. They should know that people who are that overweight are addicted to food and sugar so it's just unacceptable to have a food trolly there.

Gif related.
#6 - cazabrow (08/13/2014) [-]
Now I really wish this dickhead would be gutted and fed to kids in Africa.
Now I really wish this dickhead would be gutted and fed to kids in Africa.
#19 to #6 - Rascal (08/13/2014) [-]
Cannibalism? **** , i bet they wouldn't even notice. They'd prob think it's cow meat or something.
#53 to #19 - professorfj (08/13/2014) [-]
Actually the taste of human is much more closer to pork...
Actually the taste of human is much more closer to pork...
#122 to #53 - gummybearwarrior ONLINE (08/14/2014) [-]
Good to know...
Good to know...
User avatar #245 to #53 - owemiegawd (08/14/2014) [-]
actually because humans are fed so well, and eat premium food and get all our vitamins. human flesh is probably the best tasting meat on earth
User avatar #320 to #245 - incognitoad (08/14/2014) [-]
First of all, the "best taste" would be completely subjective, what one person likes another might not. Second, Proffj is correct, Human flesh is said to taste like pork, so much so that it has earned the name "long pig".
#226 to #53 - isuriand (08/14/2014) [-]
I thought it was veal that was considered the closest to human flesh in taste?

Wiki link :en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Seabrook

Don't know how much you'd believe in Vsauce on this but follow this vid at 3 minutes in www.youtube.com/watch?v=qWAF9PgDg2c
User avatar #96 to #19 - AnomynousUser ONLINE (08/14/2014) [-]
There's plenty of cannibals down there, anyway. It's kinda sad, but true.
User avatar #118 to #6 - mrthezho (08/14/2014) [-]
He's mostly fat and water anyways. Not even worth the effort.
User avatar #249 to #6 - tranquilizer (08/14/2014) [-]
Now that insults the kids in africa
#277 to #6 - Rascal (08/14/2014) [-]
thats horrible... what did those poor kids do to deserve heart failure and diabeetus
User avatar #83 to #6 - rossthomson (08/13/2014) [-]
Wishing for starving Africans to get diabetes?
You're a monster.
#57 to #6 - creepyfapper (08/13/2014) [-]
Hunger crisis solved for the next 20 years.
#68 - envinite ONLINE (08/13/2014) [-]
Why the hell there's a food trolley in weight loss ward anyway?

That's like having salesperson offering cigarettes in a rehabilitation facility for smokers
Or people offering drugs in a drug rehab.

***** what
User avatar #166 to #68 - xchewsifferx (08/14/2014) [-]
Typically the trolley is for the patients guest who come to visit. That way they don't have to leave to go to the cafeteria, or if the cafeteria is closed it still allows the guests to still obtain food
#25 - mankey ONLINE (08/13/2014) [-]
And this is why we need to bring back national service. Sort that 			******		 out both physically and mentally.   
   
You don't care about 250 pounds? Then how about 250 laps around the exercise yard?! You're gonna get real thin real quick boy!
And this is why we need to bring back national service. Sort that ****** out both physically and mentally.

You don't care about 250 pounds? Then how about 250 laps around the exercise yard?! You're gonna get real thin real quick boy!
User avatar #269 to #25 - pwndguy (08/14/2014) [-]
But just because he's in the national service doesn't mean he would WANT to do the laps... he could just flat out say no, and there would be nothing they could do...
User avatar #271 to #269 - mankey ONLINE (08/14/2014) [-]
Yeah, don't know much about the army do you? You don't say no. Most likely if you say no, the drill sergeant will have your entire squad running the laps instead until they beat the **** out of you for being a lazy **** and not running them yourself.

And national service wasn't voluntary. You were drafted when you hit 18 for a full year, so if you want a year of absolute hell and torture, after which they'll probably draft you in for another year till you give in, you can try the attitude. Or you line up, fly straight and learn some respect for authority.

"You will be broken down to the level of infants, then rebuilt as functional members of society, then broken down again, then lunch, then, if there's time, rebuilt once more."
User avatar #334 to #271 - pwndguy (08/18/2014) [-]
yeah because all "functional members of society" should be FORCED, through whats basically adult bullying, to be subservient... yeah, that sounds like the BEST option...
User avatar #335 to #334 - mankey ONLINE (08/18/2014) [-]
Yeah because what we have now works so well. Everyone demands respect but do nothing to earn it or give it to others. No one respects the police, their teachers, their doctors or even their own damn parents. So we end up with tubs of **** like that guy who are a waste of air and just leech off of society.

Respecting authority, getting a job and paying taxes doesn't mean you're "subservient" it just means you're an actual normal human being with something to contribute to the progress of civilisation, rather than being a ******* anchor around it's neck demanding all your needs be met but doing nothing to deserve them.
User avatar #336 to #335 - pwndguy (08/19/2014) [-]
well, i just feel like we shouldn't try to force anyone to change so forcefully like that, it should just be a choice between needs being met, or not. so then they aren't an "anchor/leech", if we aren't giving them anything...
#39 to #25 - smallest (08/13/2014) [-]
that is one of the best movies ever.
that is one of the best movies ever.
#4 - kristovsky ONLINE (08/13/2014) [-]
Taking care of patients with self inflicted diseases and conditions (such as obesity, people with problems from smoking etc) should be second priority to people who have suffered accidents and sickness outside of their control.
User avatar #255 to #4 - jukuku (08/14/2014) [-]
They are.
#293 to #4 - shadowgandalf (08/14/2014) [-]
Ofc that would not include children, as they have no choice regarding what food they eat.
#84 to #4 - akselrk (08/13/2014) [-]
A problem that migth come then is that someone who should be priority because of for example losing a leg in an accident that was not directly your fault but you got hit by a car or whatever(you get the point.) And that beeing pointed at you because (the government or hospitales whatever) will save money.
User avatar #95 to #84 - kristovsky ONLINE (08/14/2014) [-]
1) It should be the place of the GP (the doctor in other words) to decide what priority the patient is.

2) It would still be better than now, where a guy who ate himself into bad health might take priority over someone who had an accident while walking and fractured their foot, or someone who has TB.
#97 to #95 - akselrk (08/14/2014) [-]
One thing that is also kinda retarded is that my uncle rekt'd his knee and needed surgery and got it after 1 and a half year. While a handball player would be prioritied.
User avatar #98 to #97 - kristovsky ONLINE (08/14/2014) [-]
hmm, I would imagine that someone who depends professionally on their physical state would go private, but I have used the NHS 4 times now and my experience has been fine (despite the fact that the hospital I went to 2 of those times was apparently the worst in the country).
User avatar #112 to #4 - alucord (08/14/2014) [-]
Is that a real person or a comical caricature?

Im scared its real
User avatar #115 to #112 - coronus (08/14/2014) [-]
That's a real person from an Australian public health forum on obesity.

... just... don't look it up. It's an unfortunate mix of sad and infuriating, what with this and other "fat acceptance activists" cringe claiming that the panel of doctors telling them they're wrong clearly don't understand the science of being obese.

because clearly being an obese person with no medical or scientific training makes you more qualified than being a ******* medical doctor who specializes in obesity and obesity related disease.
User avatar #337 to #208 - alucord (08/24/2014) [-]
this made me sick and scared.
User avatar #259 to #208 - surrealbowl (08/14/2014) [-]
Oh man why have I started watching this.
User avatar #124 to #4 - pokemonstheshiz (08/14/2014) [-]
it generally is...
#44 to #4 - haus (08/13/2014) [-]
I'm fat and I agree with this.
#78 to #4 - billdalytab (08/13/2014) [-]
i smoke and i agree with this.
#240 - lotengo (08/14/2014) [-]
im not sure if this is an ugy dyke or an ugly guy

also i want sauce
User avatar #244 to #240 - huzibizi (08/14/2014) [-]
i think dyke
#241 to #240 - Rascal (08/14/2014) [-]
You know that sense of style and sexuality aren't directly linked, don't you?
User avatar #242 to #241 - lotengo (08/14/2014) [-]
you arent helping
User avatar #256 to #241 - tankeruber (08/14/2014) [-]
Tumblerina spotted. I won again, guys!
User avatar #261 to #247 - lotengo (08/14/2014) [-]
thnx bruh
#231 - bothemastaofall (08/14/2014) [-]
If only it cost him 250 pounds a day
If only it cost him 250 pounds a day
User avatar #268 to #231 - aidansofunny (08/14/2014) [-]
i chuckled
#312 to #231 - Rascal (08/14/2014) [-]
That was good but i think everyone here isa little too angry at the moment
#272 - granadablashlack (08/14/2014) [-]
This is why we should legalise whaling.....
User avatar #8 - bluestrawberry (08/13/2014) [-]
Dump this douche in ebola land
#10 to #8 - wheredahoodat (08/13/2014) [-]
That sounds like the least awesome theme park ever.
User avatar #55 to #10 - blewws (08/13/2014) [-]
"Sorry, you have to be this black to ride."
#155 - exsequor (08/14/2014) [-]
The taxpayer issue aside, it is a valid point to wonder why the **** you'd have a food cart in a weight loss wing. Would you put a bar in a rehab facility?
User avatar #162 to #155 - lotengo (08/14/2014) [-]
im not sure its a specific weight loss wing. If they havent they shouldnt cancel the trolley pureley because fattyfatfat cant controll is urges.

Tho i admit they should instruct the people who sell the stuff to just skip his room
User avatar #179 to #155 - Crusader (08/14/2014) [-]
Probably not just a weight loss wing. It's probably a mental health wing where they also deal with depression, mental breaks, anorexia/bulimia, and other psychiatric disorders.

It just so happens that they probably put him in that wing because his main problem is probably a mental one.
#232 - dreamcast (08/14/2014) [-]
Send him to the untied states where it is 1000 US dollars a day to be in the hospital and it comes out of his pocket. That ******* guy will burn fat faster than a train burns coal.
#234 to #232 - Rascal (08/14/2014) [-]
But they don't, it's not correct with so many fat people in US.
User avatar #235 to #234 - dreamcast (08/14/2014) [-]
That's because the fat people in the Untied States don't actually Care if they are fat. This fat **** is the one who went to the hospital/clinic for treatment in the first place.
#326 to #235 - Rascal (08/14/2014) [-]
prolly cause it's $1000 dollars a day, not because "lolpeoplstoopidandfat"
#279 to #235 - Rascal (08/14/2014) [-]
if he really cared he wouldn't need hospital to lose weight or stayed out of food cart. He don't care also
User avatar #264 to #232 - Rukioish ONLINE (08/14/2014) [-]
>A train burns coal

How is it in the 1920's?
User avatar #328 to #264 - dreamcast (08/14/2014) [-]
Couldn't really think of anything else when I typed the comment lol.
#103 - maeko (08/14/2014) [-]
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User avatar #121 - cheezbrgr (08/14/2014) [-]
one of the reasons i was so against the Obamacare bill is because i see all the ******* fat people. in countries that don't have a "i can be fat if i want to" cutlure, government healthcare is obviously a feasible choice. but in america i think our culture of overindulgence will make the costs to heavy and they will ultimately increase the costs for taxpayers.
#132 to #121 - Rascal (08/14/2014) [-]
I agree with you, but you just describe universal or single payer healthcare. Obamacare just says that everyone including fat people have to have their own insurance. So basically Obamacare ensures that you are NOT paying the medical bills of people wrongly using the emergency room and abusing the system. Really you should be for Obamacare...
User avatar #148 to #132 - cheezbrgr (08/14/2014) [-]
unless they are poor, which is likely as they are often too fat to work,
User avatar #211 to #121 - andWEEEEEEEE (08/14/2014) [-]
the costs aren't the only things that'll be heavy.
#196 - darthblam (08/14/2014) [-]
I think this ****** has actually inspired me to try losing weight now...
I'm not a damn blob like him, only a little over 200lb (and almost 6 ft).. It's not horrible really, but still bad.. I don't want to become.. this..

Starting tomorrow I'm going to start jogging (or at least walk fast since I can't jog for more than a minute...) every day.
inb4 "cool story bro"
User avatar #198 to #196 - Garude (08/14/2014) [-]
Hey dude, good for you. Don't become this ******** . I hope they got rid of his ass.
#199 to #196 - peterbowser ONLINE (08/14/2014) [-]
**peterbowser rolled image** <--- I feel the same way. Add me on facebook for support and progress?
User avatar #200 to #199 - darthblam (08/14/2014) [-]
I would, but I refuse to have anything to do with Facebook.
Sorry.
User avatar #206 to #196 - stevencolbert (08/14/2014) [-]
Dude that'a actually not too bad. I'm 6'5 and 215lbs and I'm a skinny ****
User avatar #216 to #196 - darkangeloffire (08/14/2014) [-]
I'm 6'2'' and 250 lbs.

I should lose some weight.
User avatar #239 to #196 - isradam (08/14/2014) [-]
I've been thin my whole life and I will be forever thanks to a freakishly weird metabolism that's faster than admin's Banhammer.

However last month I got up to 85kg and I was like "wut"
#273 to #196 - silentark (08/14/2014) [-]
Good idea bro, good idea is to start simple. I started with a half hour walk and a piece of fruit a day and went up from there.
Good idea bro, good idea is to start simple. I started with a half hour walk and a piece of fruit a day and went up from there.
User avatar #221 to #196 - scowler (08/14/2014) [-]
You're fine, I weigh 240 down from 315. I gradually lost 75 pounds just by not snacking.
#214 to #196 - carlsaganrealness (08/14/2014) [-]
Good **** man! All it takes (the catalyst anyway) is to cut 400 calories from what you're currently eating, toss in some fruit and veggies, and some exercise, and you should be able to lose at least 2 pounds a week. I wouldn't exactly call myself an expert, but I managed to lose 35 pounds in 3 months' time although I have a ways to go . Don't think about it, just do it, and I can promise that you'll be happier for it
#299 - ocdrawer ONLINE (08/14/2014) [-]
As a patient of the NHS with Cysticfibrosis this 			*******		 pisses me off, I do everything they ask of me due to the fact I appreciate the ability to get the care in the first place, it costs me nothing and literally keeps me alive and has stopped me dying multiple times in the past, this fat 			****		 can go get run over by a bus.
As a patient of the NHS with Cysticfibrosis this ******* pisses me off, I do everything they ask of me due to the fact I appreciate the ability to get the care in the first place, it costs me nothing and literally keeps me alive and has stopped me dying multiple times in the past, this fat **** can go get run over by a bus.
#307 to #299 - plwmar (08/14/2014) [-]
There's also this gif.
There's also this gif.
#314 to #307 - ocdrawer ONLINE (08/14/2014) [-]
Saved, friendo.
Saved, friendo.
#316 to #314 - plwmar (08/14/2014) [-]
Hehe glad I could help.
Hehe glad I could help.
#230 - mummyslittlebitch (08/14/2014) [-]
American fat person: "I'm fat and beautiful ain't nothing wrong with injectin' a lil' blended cheesecake into my veins. That's what the constitution's all about. Ain't nobody tell me nothin'! "

British fat person: "It's the government and free hospital's fault me arse is fat."
#233 to #230 - Rascal (08/14/2014) [-]
fat people are universal, don't need to bring in nationality

they're basically like downies or tardos
User avatar #243 to #233 - xbfmvxreaperx ONLINE (08/14/2014) [-]
Except they have a choice.
#69 - megamanmanmega (08/13/2014) [-]
**** it, I'm going to the gym.
User avatar #99 to #69 - bendingtimeisgood ONLINE (08/14/2014) [-]
Wanting too lose weight just to further distance yourself from these kinds of people? Cause I can relate.
#100 to #99 - megamanmanmega (08/14/2014) [-]
I was okay being a little overweight, never really blamed anyone or made some stupid excuse. But if busting my ass to lose weight means I won't have to be lumped with people like that, well bring it on.
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