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gastric band club

#1
im beginning to get a bit miffed with my taxes being spent on fat lazy wives getting a gastric band op because they refuse to stop stuffing them selves with junk food.
why cant thease fattys just do alittle exercise there are now 2 on my camp and another is waiting for the op
personaly i think they should be told its tuff luck you chose to stuff your self its your own fault that you are going to die young and not see your kids grow up
not only that the pair of them are fiddiling the child tax credit too

shoot them all i say
 

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#2
g731boris said:
im beginning to get a bit miffed with my taxes being spent on fat lazy wives getting a gastric band op because they refuse to stop stuffing them selves with junk food.
why cant thease fattys just do alittle exercise there are now 2 on my camp and another is waiting for the op
personaly i think they should be told its tuff luck you chose to stuff your self its your own fault that you are going to die young and not see your kids grow up
not only that the pair of them are fiddiling the child tax credit too

shoot them all i say

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Punctuation


This will help you take a breath between outbursts of outrage and enable you to catch the next bus that passes.
 
#3
Don't tell us, call the Outraged Charter Bus.

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#5
g731boris said:
im beginning to get a bit miffed with my taxes being spent on fat lazy wives getting a gastric band op because they refuse to stop stuffing them selves with junk food.
why cant thease fattys just do alittle exercise there are now 2 on my camp and another is waiting for the op
personaly i think they should be told its tuff luck you chose to stuff your self its your own fault that you are going to die young and not see your kids grow up
not only that the pair of them are fiddiling the child tax credit too

shoot them all i say
Blimey,did you get out of the wrong side of bed this morning?
 
#6
I like boris's style of expression.. It lends a sense of urgency and indignation. One can practically feel the spray of saliva and righteousness.

But you must take a breath boris, otherwise you will be needing one of those gastric bands yourself.

Edited...eyesight.
 
#7
Actually, I think gastric band surgery on the NHS is good. I'd rather see normal looking people over fatties. It's worth it.
 
#8
Bigdumps said:
Actually, I think gastric band surgery on the NHS is good. I'd rather see normal looking people over fatties. It's worth it.
A harpoon is cheaper than a gastric band op, and it's reusable so it's environmentally friendly.I reckon we should start harpooning the landmonsters, think of all the raw materials going to waste, you could make a helluva lot of candles out of the fat fcuks.
 
#9
Weeeee-wob-bobobob. Weeeee-wobobob. Weeeee-chugga chugga chugga. Ahh, outrage bus is started up, and on the way!

Fat fcukers like those should just be told to fcuk off. They're the ones responsible for their problems, no-one HAS to eat to that extent. Expecting to stuff themselves with crap and then get treatment paid for by other people's taxes is just plain rude. I have the same view with people who smoke and drink and then expect to be treated for smoking and drinking related injuries. It's your own fault, so you should paying for it! If you can spend so much and fags and booze, then I'm sure you could stretch to private care! Fcukers, sponging off my taxes that I work hard for, whilst they piss their lives away.
 
#10
No no nooo, you've all got it wrong,

Its their right to claim for free surgery for self inflicted conditions, also their right to have various beifits paid because they can't work through a self inflicted condition. How dare you critisize them, they are just big boned, have a problem with their glands and its genetic. Nothing they can do about it. We've all seen 'em in the news telling us how little they eat.. like this monst.. I mean 'victim'

now stop picking on them you terrible people.
 
#11
theoriginalphantom said:
No no nooo, you've all got it wrong,

Its their right to claim for free surgery for self inflicted conditions, also their right to have various beifits paid because they can't work through a self inflicted condition. How dare you critisize them, they are just big boned, have a problem with their glands and its genetic. Nothing they can do about it. We've all seen 'em in the news telling us how little they eat.. like this monst.. I mean 'victim'

now stop picking on them you terrible people.
Good god. I'd love to smack people like that in the face, if I wasn't scared that if I got too close I wouldn't be able to leave the orbit around them.

Edited for mongness
 
#12
theoriginalphantom said:
No no nooo, you've all got it wrong,

Its their right to claim for free surgery for self inflicted conditions, also their right to have various beifits paid because they can't work through a self inflicted condition. How dare you critisize them, they are just big boned, have a problem with their glands and its genetic. Nothing they can do about it. We've all seen 'em in the news telling us how little they eat.. like this monst.. I mean 'victim'

now stop picking on them you terrible people.
And you wouldnt say no to a session involving Mum as well would you? Or is that just me?
 
#13
dhgrainger1 said:
theoriginalphantom said:
No no nooo, you've all got it wrong,

Its their right to claim for free surgery for self inflicted conditions, also their right to have various beifits paid because they can't work through a self inflicted condition. How dare you critisize them, they are just big boned, have a problem with their glands and its genetic. Nothing they can do about it. We've all seen 'em in the news telling us how little they eat.. like this monst.. I mean 'victim'

now stop picking on them you terrible people.
Good god. I'd love to smack people like that in the face, if I wasn't scared that if I got too close I wouldn't be able to leave the orbit around them.

Edited for mongness
FFS man it is the God given right of every RLC Driver to have a wife that shape.

Antway, you are from Liverpool the biggest waste of taxpayers money on the planet.
 

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#14
dhgrainger1 said:
Weeeee-wob-bobobob. Weeeee-wobobob. Weeeee-chugga chugga chugga. Ahh, outrage bus is started up, and on the way!

Fat fcukers like those should just be told to fcuk off. They're the ones responsible for their problems, no-one HAS to eat to that extent. Expecting to stuff themselves with crap and then get treatment paid for by other people's taxes is just plain rude. I have the same view with people who smoke and drink and then expect to be treated for smoking and drinking related injuries. It's your own fault, so you should paying for it! If you can spend so much and fags and booze, then I'm sure you could stretch to private care! Fcukers, sponging off my taxes that I work hard for, whilst they piss their lives away.
If I can just point out a teeny flaw in your argument, the same could be said of people who are treated for sports injuries, those who injure themselves parachuting, bungee juming or anything else that can be considered 'self-inflicted' and that also included STDs.
Not saying that I disagree with you, but just that if one is to be exclusve, then the inclusions should be also assessed.
 
#15
I suppose you have to look at the cost of long term care against the possible immediate benefits

Get UN fat now through fat key hole surgery = possible longer life (more tax to be paid) because your working etc

Stay fat, burden to the state, no money disability benefit, seeing the doctor everyday for new fat bass related problem. (taking tax payers money)

So if the maths works out I am sure the fat key hole surgery weight loss thing would be a bonus. They might even join a gym.
 
#16
old_fat_and_hairy said:
dhgrainger1 said:
Weeeee-wob-bobobob. Weeeee-wobobob. Weeeee-chugga chugga chugga. Ahh, outrage bus is started up, and on the way!

Fat fcukers like those should just be told to fcuk off. They're the ones responsible for their problems, no-one HAS to eat to that extent. Expecting to stuff themselves with crap and then get treatment paid for by other people's taxes is just plain rude. I have the same view with people who smoke and drink and then expect to be treated for smoking and drinking related injuries. It's your own fault, so you should paying for it! If you can spend so much and fags and booze, then I'm sure you could stretch to private care! Fcukers, sponging off my taxes that I work hard for, whilst they piss their lives away.
If I can just point out a teeny flaw in your argument, the same could be said of people who are treated for sports injuries, those who injure themselves parachuting, bungee juming or anything else that can be considered 'self-inflicted' and that also included STDs.
Not saying that I disagree with you, but just that if one is to be exclusve, then the inclusions should be also assessed.
Completely agree with you regarding STD's.

However sports injuries etc. are usually, but by no means always, sustained whilst acting uder insurance. I've never used NHS care-givers to treat my injuries, it's always been paid for because I've had insurance. I'm not a snob, I'm just not prepared to wait on a list and suffer detrimental effects because the injury isn't treated soon enough. My argument still stands, these people are paying money to harm their healths, and then expect us to pay money to fix it.
 
#17
Sports injuries are not guaranteed to happen (though it would make golf worth watching if everyone was going to get some kind of trauma). Eating lard till you weigh more than a walrus and you be certain you are going to suffer from various illnesses.
 

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#18
Purely by coincidence I spent last evening at the accident and emergency department of a large hospital, with a friend who had an accident. Whilst there I talked with a senior staff nurse whom I know quite well, and he was telling me that on Saturday afternoon, and especially Sundays, the department is filled with young, and not so young men with football-related injuries, whether it be soccer or rugby. Injuries to legs, thighs, groins etc. As for other sports, cricket produces a couple, usually comas induced by boredom. Golf not too many, but the odd one from people flinging clubs away in anger and them re-bounding from ground to a head/club interface.
Runner/joggers with sprains, limps and an occasional heart attack.
And whisst I was there, a soldier from where I work with an acute stomach pain, which turned out to be constipation.
Squaddies account for a fair bit of business on Friday/Saturday nights. Either being patched up after being bounced around by local lads, or drink-induced illness.

And very,very rarely was anyone admitted because of an obesity reason.

Incidentally, my friend was there because she had suffered what was thought to be a mild stroke caused by the most intense orgasm she had ever had.
Sadly, I can't take the credit for that.
 
#19
Good post O_F_and_H. Without the alcohol induced stupidity, middle aged sunday footballers and boy racers smashing themselves up, the A&E departments would be doubtless be able to give far more of their precious time to people whose problems are not self inflicted.

Instead of going after the lard arrses, perhaps it's about time that sportsmen are required to hold compulsory insurance to cover the NHS for the costs of repairing them after they suffer their inevitable related injuries?
 
#20
pyrogenica said:
Good post O_F_and_H. Without the alcohol induced stupidity, middle aged sunday footballers and boy racers smashing themselves up, the A&E departments would be doubtless be able to give far more of their precious time to people whose problems are not self inflicted.

Instead of going after the lard arrses, perhaps it's about time that sportsmen are required to hold compulsory insurance to cover the NHS for the costs of repairing them after they suffer their inevitable related injuries?
To compete in any sort of league administered by the FA, all players are required to have insurance, whther they use it to seek care, is up to them however.

Also, having had experience in A & E and the non 'front line' clinical environments, I can't help thinking we've missed the point. A & E cases typically take half a day to sort out. A broken arm for example is treated thus: Triage patient, patient see's doctor for physical exam, patient sent for x-ray, x-ray confirms the break, possibly the break needs setting if not, patient reports to casting department, cast applied, pain killers prescribed, patient discharged. It's a simple case and it's sorted in less than a day. No look at the treatment course for somehting like a heart attack. Patient admitted, triaged, examined, ECG test done, blood tests done, admitted to acute cardiac ward (in most cases), seen by doctor on duty, possibly a second ECG, usually seen by consultant after an over night stay. The course then follows either presription of pricey medicine, or surgery, which requires more overnight stays, even more expensive medicines, manhours, table hours. All in all, it's long winded and expensive.

What I'm trying to say is that the treatment of a sports injury or a drunken fight is easy and simple. It's cheap, quick and rarely has complications. Treating a condition like lung cancer or blocked arteries in the heart isn't. Minor injuries are seen more commonly, coming through the doors of hospitals. But it the cases that come through the doors and stay inside for a while that cause problems.
 

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