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By Elrond Hubbard - / Saturday 24 January 2015 19:25 / United States
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By  Zoldyck  |  17

How could your dad? He clearly went through the trouble of getting a cast so that he could ride the mobility scooters as an excuse to not walk due to laziness. Shame on him.

By  _parth  |  20

Obesity is the future and the handicap privilege belongs to them. 'MURICA.

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By  _parth  |  20

Obesity is the future and the handicap privilege belongs to them. 'MURICA.

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  metalcrazed  |  21

How could you possibly know he isn't disabled? Fat people exist everywhere,you might want to travel a bit and educate yourself about the world.

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  granCanyon  |  12

Yes, the difference is that morbidly obese people are rare in most countries. In 'Murica you see them everywhere. I'm sorry but it's not my country that has a Stroke Belt(aka Obesity/Diabetes Belt).

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  born_hustla  |  26

That is so true! And the majority of those people are not even trying, not even making the slightest effort, to help themselves get healthier by dropping those pounds.

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  _parth  |  20

I have traveled 7 states in America, I have been to Frankfurt, Germany. I was born in India grew up there, I moved to America when I was 11 like 8 years ago and now I am planning on going to London this summer and with my parents we are going Europe trip in summer as well. I think I have travelled enough to make an assumption. Have a great day!!

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  BobbieH  |  19

That a very limited amount of travel. If you had traveled more you'd note that Mexico is highest per capita in morbidly obese people. Along with countries like, New Zeland, Canada, Ireland, Britian and Germany have very close rates to the U.S. You really have no basis for making any assumptions because you were born in an under developed country and went to one city in a Eastern European country.

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  simsgirlgem  |  25

Fuck that I am overweight and I still walk my ass down aisles at walmart because I see it like this if I can still walk without someone's help I don't need a scooter

By  Zoldyck  |  17

How could your dad? He clearly went through the trouble of getting a cast so that he could ride the mobility scooters as an excuse to not walk due to laziness. Shame on him.

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  Erebus_Terror  |  12

I'm glad we don't have that kind of problems in Europe (yet). On a different note, in your pic you look like khaleesi. ^_^

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  Econforthwin  |  15

Hey now fat people being fat isn't lazy, it's not their fault they made bad decisions all their life.

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  brand125  |  17

72 - im guessing youre joking, cause your comment doesnt make sense. a decision IS a choice (thats exactly what the word means), therefor its their fault they make them... and not all cases of obesity are from laziness, obviously, but some can be.

By  mjg1416  |  10

Wow...kinda surprises me that you're trying to tell a story about someone being mean and yet "Fat-Fuck Syndrome" is in your vocabulary.

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  sammyjanette  |  17

It's hypocritical. Don't get angry about something, and then turn around and do it.

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  rylaii  |  26

I had to re-read the post to be sure but OP never calls him mean. Probably a comment on how ridiculous the man was. Perfectly legit to say he has fat fuck syndrome.

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