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By busfail / Thursday 22 March 2012 18:00 / Canada
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No, no. Hitting is not necessary. It would only result in OP potentially losing their limb within the man's fat. The solution to this problem is a Twinkie. -pulls Twinkie out- "What's that? What's that? Yes! It's a Twinkie! Go fetch the Twinkie boy!" Throw Twinkie, fat guy dives after it and everyone is happy.

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I did that several times at school. I threw skittles at provocatively dressed individuals and yelled "TASTE THE RAINBOW WHORE!!!" EVERYONE laughed even their friends in their clique right next to them.

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I'm under 100 pounds and I have type 2 diabetes. My diabetes was triggered from being very sick and because I carried the gene for it I developed it. Type 2 diabetes can go away if the person loses the weight and controls their diet.

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I agree with 25. I have diabetes too and I'm in shape. Diabetes is a failure of the body to produce insulin or the bodies failure to receive the insulin from you pancreas.

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Cad6 - it's biology time. Rattus rattus is the genus and species of the black rat. I'm assuming that's where the username came from. And type II diabetes is due to insulin resistance, not an underproduction of insulin.

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Also, 'lackwit' is a word. It is a somewhat old-fashioned way of calling someone an idiot. Which is appropriate for someone who cannot tell the difference between 'r-a-t-t-u-s' and 'r-a-t a-s-s'. More t's, less s's, and you forgot a u. And the reason I said 'underfunctioning pancreas' is that I am type 1. Production of insulin is one of the main purposes of the pancreas, although not the only one.

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If you don't have the condition you don't know what it's like. Plain and simple. Just knowing someone that has it is not the same. It can be triggered from being over weight, genetics, a fucked up pancreas, and a few other factors. Keep your mouth shut if you're just going to sound like a fool. If you're a doctor that's one thing, if not hush.

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di·a·be·tes (d-bts, -tz) n. Any of several metabolic disorders marked by excessive discharge of urine and persistent thirst, especially one of the two types of diabetes mellitus.

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