Fatty carks it

#3
My father attended Mr Masons first "incident" in 2002. 11 firemen and a part demolished external wall later, they got him into the street, only to find he would not fit in the ambulance! IIRC he was loaded onto a flat bed truck using a fork lift!

Suffolk has a high incidence of fat fcukers...must be all that inbreeding!
 
#4
His family (and all fatties who need special ambulances/fire crews/fcuking Chinooks! to move them) should get a bill for the extra work the NHS had to do for the fat cnut.
 
#6
Paul Mason, who weighed in at 70 stone, had to travel more than 150 miles to undergo life saving surgery.
Why did he have to travel that far to get his pie-arm chopped off?

Fatties are Gods way of saying there are too many bakeries in your town. Unfortunately, like many other protected species, they have overbred beyond the point the natural environment can sustain them. To protect the environment and prevent the release of that well-known greenhouse gas methane, we need to organise an annual cull.

Whee-ee-doggie!
 

Bouillabaisse

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#10
Count.Dracule said:
:?

All the fat should have cushioned his fall?
Hydrostatic shock - the blubber acts as a conduit for the shock wave, carrying it around the body and directly to the organs. Like an undersea earthquake shock being transmitted through water and turning into a tidal wave. You should all be more sympathetic to the latest tsunami victim
 
#11
Bouillabaisse said:
Count.Dracule said:
:?

All the fat should have cushioned his fall?
Hydrostatic shock - the blubber acts as a conduit for the shock wave, carrying it around the body and directly to the organs. Like an undersea earthquake shock being transmitted through water and turning into a tidal wave. You should all be more sympathetic to the latest tsunami victim
Sympathy is like a charity, 'it starts at home'.

But thanks for the explanation :D
 

Auld-Yin

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#15
Fallschirmjager said:
Fat people are fat. It's been proven.
Fuck me! A Para stating a fact which might actually be found to be true. What next, operational jumps :wink:

How about that for taking a post off thread and winding up the cherryberets at the same time?
 
#16
Bouillabaisse said:
Hydrostatic shock - the blubber acts as a conduit for the shock wave, carrying it around the body and directly to the organs. Like an undersea earthquake shock being transmitted through water and turning into a tidal wave. You should all be more sympathetic to the latest tsunami victim
Tea on the keyboard!!!! :rofl:

I salute your grasp of hydrodynamics sir!
 
#18
Kenny Williams?

Ooooooh Matron!
 
#19
How big were the ambulance crew?
How many?
What was the damage to the floor?
Is the stretcher still usable?

Questions questions questions :D
 
#20
Quote,"He was due to undergo radical life-saving weight loss surgery."

Surely if it was that radical they could have undertaken that in his home, cue man who dons Leather Apron, flying helmet and Goggles and enters room with Black and Decker Plane.

"Just a bit off the side sir?"
 

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