Thursday, September 23, 2010

Reps, but no repetitions.

Watching Rep. Burgess from Texas right now. If Hank Hill had a brother, it's this guy. I speak into microphones, and microphone excessories. Lol but really this guy seems like a good guy, I approve of him. He seems a little inpatient with Obamacare, he's upset because everything hasn't gone super smoothly yet, as if there weren't going to be complications with health reform. And god knows were gonna need it, have you seen some of these fat bastards coming out of MickyDs. Those kids can't live that life forever. In my lifetime, there will be a massive surplus of cardiac arrest patients. One, two, three heart attacks. Triple wide wheel chairs, doublewide airplane seats.


32 comments:

  1. i don't know who to blame the families or the big chains for all these fat kids. all i know is that ive been going to mcdonalds since i was a small child and I maintain a below average weight.

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  2. WOMP WOMP WOMP

    Twitter.com/CawlinForReal

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  3. people just need to be more informed!

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  4. i sell propane and propane accessories

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  5. I remember going to McDonalds alot growing up... I can't get fat, no matter how many chemicals they shove in their food. Awesome post, mate ;) Keep the peace.

    -JKane

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  6. blame the parents for real ,if i had a kid that big and i loved em i wouldnt be trying to kill em more by feeding em that lol

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  7. I would blame the parents. They just want to make their kid happy but at the cost of their health?? I was a fat fuck before i hit puberty around 11-12 and I wish my parents told me to fucking slow it down. They loved me and I respect that. After I hit puberty and really wanted to change I got skinnier and started lifting and got back in shape.

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  8. I think there are many cases where kids are overweight, yet eat a normal diet. A lot of it is metabolism but if parents are taking their kids to places like McDonalds daily, it's their fault. It doesn't necessarily mean we need a healthier McDonalds; we just need parents who are smart and un-lazy enough to prepare home meals.

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  9. This is sad. I think this is mainly the parent's fault.

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  10. The american culture of eating so much shit has got to change... i went over there and everyone was riding mini scooters instead of walking its kinda disgusting...

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  11. Man - I feel sorry for those kids. The worst thing is that this stuff is slowly spreading to the rest of the world.

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  12. remember remember the 5th of november...

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  13. God Bless America and rampant consumerism....

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  14. Great post!
    looking forward to reading the next one

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  15. I'm certain that kid ate his parents...

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  16. Good lord, nobody should go to McD's anymore. that's a fact.

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  17. Its sad when you think about it. This is what happens when your parents don't teach you to cook :/ you end up eating junk all the time.

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  18. My kids will never look like that.

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  19. Its a mix of bad parenting and bad genes, I eat loads of fast food and I'm skinny but that cause I'll allways be skinny, then again I know people who put on weight easy and they're just careful with how many burgers they eat and exercise right

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  20. the parents could be the ones making the kids food

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  21. I found this pic once and did a badass shop of my friends heads on those kids bodies.

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  22. I reely like your post!
    I follow you dayle!nice work Bro!

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  23. @Austin

    Same thoughts. Fast metabolism helps us both quite a bit I guess.

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  24. parents are mostly to blame. but than again its a giant corp downsizing humans to fat blobs of lard. man. what a world we live in.

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  25. yeah they gotta give heatlh care reform some time.

    lol@ that fat kid

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  26. kids are just spending too much time indoors, living sedentary lifestyles.

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