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Chris Shugart Curing Obesity

2008 round table:

" Testosterone: Chris, what’s your advice for curing the average obese person’s problem?

Shugart: I think men should just withhold cock. Women should withhold the vag, too.

Stop having sex with fat people and they’ll snap out of it and lose some damn weight. They don’t because, for some strange reason, people still have sex with them. We need IQ tests before having children and we need body fat tests before being allowed to practice making children.

I’m kidding. But not really. "

Thats one of the funniest things ive ever read
Chris Shugart you are a f***ing god

It’s very Freudian…Sex is a big motivator, that’s for sure.

Hahaha…that is pretty good. Shugart delivers yet again.

Moderation works about as well as the “I’ll only put it in a little” method of virginity preservation.

I thought that line was the funniest thing I’ve read in a while.

[quote]kelleyb wrote:
Moderation works about as well as the “I’ll only put it in a little” method of virginity preservation.

I thought that line was the funniest thing I’ve read in a while. [/quote]

LOL agree

I think it’s awesome when people aren’t politically correct ha

Yeah, I actually copied and pasted that to a lot of my friends.

Funny ass shit.

its funniest because i bet a hell of alot of people on here feel like that.

i would call it elitest - but i thought like that when i weighed 325 pounds. i didnt feel guilty and non politically correct when i thought it back then.

now that im 200 pounds i think it or say it, and immediately say, nah im just kidding …i dont really feel that.

then about 1 second later im like…oh wait, yeah i do.

on a serious note, ‘political correctness’ has led to alot more harm than good.

read a book called ‘fat’ by rob grant.

its about a future 20 years from now in the UK(fictional totally!)

in this future, someone questioned why smokers were demonised for their impact on the well-being of everyone, and yet fat people werent.

they argued that although fat people didnt have the same ‘passive smoking’ effect on those around them, the strain on the health system, public transport etc etc was enough to put obesity up there with smoking.

so it kindof documents the process where fat people were demonised - it kind of snowballs and eventually the newly set up ‘government health clubs’ become ‘mandatory fat camps’ where people were ‘commited’.

its actually a very insightful look into the changing perception of obesity. and how public opinion can quickly become ‘mob mentality’.

all i can say is im glad i am not 320 pounds anymore ;]