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What Would Chris Shugart Say...

Found this randomly on the net…please look through all the pictures and little quotes on the side…absolutely hilarious:

[quote]stranberg18 wrote:
Found this randomly on the net…please look through all the pictures and little quotes on the side…absolutely hilarious:

http://abcnews.go.com/Nightline/popup?id=5036242&contentIndex=1&page=7&start=false[/quote]

If I ever met someone who did this, I’d kill them then and there.

You can just PM him and ask, you know.

I think I might vomit.

What. The. Fuck.

All the quotes were pretty stupid, but I ‘liked’ this one in particular:

“Millard says in order to achieve a six-pack “you have to get to 3-to-5 percent body fat. Unless your job is working out at the gym and the rest of your job is eating broccoli, you’re not going to be able to work that off.”
(Courtesy John A. Millard, M.D. and Alfredo Hoyos, M.D.)”

Jeez, how does anyone do it?

“Vaser High-Def is best-suited for people who are already in good shape, and also transfers fat to areas like the pectorals that the patient would like enhanced.”

They’re giving them gyno-like effects on purpose???

And 15-20 grand? You could hire Berardi to make a custom meal plan and get a company to FedEx meals to your door for quite a while. Forget about worrying how much BCAAs cost…

He doesn’t think getting rid of the second chin should be top priority?

Does a six pack even look decent if you have several chins?

[quote]Professor X wrote:
He doesn’t think getting rid of the second chin should be top priority?

Does a six pack even look decent if you have several chins?[/quote]

More is better, right?

I wonder how long the effects last…I mean if these guys put fat back on does it go right back where they took it off of?

[quote]Makavali wrote:
Professor X wrote:
He doesn’t think getting rid of the second chin should be top priority?

Does a six pack even look decent if you have several chins?

More is better, right?[/quote]

True, true.

I want to see some truly obese 450lbs person with a six pack. Awesome.

Damn, the real skinny guy looks even more skinny.

[quote]Professor X wrote:
Makavali wrote:
Professor X wrote:
He doesn’t think getting rid of the second chin should be top priority?

Does a six pack even look decent if you have several chins?

More is better, right?

True, true.

I want to see some truly obese 450lbs person with a six pack. Awesome.[/quote]

That’s what gets me. Don’t these people realize that even if they have the fat sucked off their hawt abbz they will still be ugly fat guys, only now they are freaks as well?

Oh, and the fact that they pay for bitch tits.

[quote]Professor X wrote:
He doesn’t think getting rid of the second chin should be top priority?

Does a six pack even look decent if you have several chins?[/quote]

That has to be one of the strangest bodies I’ve ever seen. A six pack doesn’t mean much when you still look >20% body fat everywhere else on your body.

[quote]Professor X wrote:
True, true.

I want to see some truly obese 450lbs person with a six pack. Awesome.[/quote]

I knew you’d come round one day.

[quote]Professor X wrote:
Makavali wrote:
Professor X wrote:
He doesn’t think getting rid of the second chin should be top priority?

Does a six pack even look decent if you have several chins?

More is better, right?

True, true.

I want to see some truly obese 450lbs person with a six pack. Awesome.[/quote]

A 6 pack, hairy chest and boobies.

Your dream come true.

[quote]Christine wrote:
A 6 pack, hairy chest and boobies.

Your dream come true.[/quote]

Get rid of the hairy chest, make it a 6-pack of beer and we’re set.

I’ve read about this Six Pack surgery.

Apparently it’s been a long held rule of liposuction that there’s a thin layer of fatty tissue that you can’t suck out without causing bruising, scarring, and other totally undesirable side effects. I believe this is because of the blood vessels or something in this portion of the fat.

But one surgeon figured out (I’d like to know how) that you can suck out and mess with this untouchable layer. In fact, you can carve a six pack into this layer of fat and this will cause the surrounding fat to hug the muscle “like shrink wrap.”

So I think if you gain the weight back, the new fat will just compress and shrink wrap itself around your abs, and you’ll have fatty tissue that’s carved into some sort of strange six pack that giggles.

[quote]Professor X wrote:
Makavali wrote:
Professor X wrote:
He doesn’t think getting rid of the second chin should be top priority?

Does a six pack even look decent if you have several chins?

More is better, right?

True, true.

I want to see some truly obese 450lbs person with a six pack. Awesome.[/quote]

here you go. A quick attempt to prove to people that spot reduction doesn’t exist.

they should get a really, really obese guy, and sculpt him so it looks like his ass crack goes up to his neck.

or give him like 5 vertical rows of abs, so he can claim to have built a 15 pack.

actually just cover the whole body with abs