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By systeminitiated - / Saturday 2 May 2009 04:55 / Canada
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By  plethora  |  3

Hey, I've seen some lard-arsed kids sitting on desks and they've been fine. It was probably an old desk. Or, if you ARE morbidly obese, sitting at your computer complaining about it won't help.

By  ballerphilip23  |  0

gravity is freakin' physics, not math! what the hell is that teacher doin? lol if "gravity" pulled you down so hard the desk broke, let's hope you didnt go all the way to the centre of the earth :D

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By  plethora  |  3

Hey, I've seen some lard-arsed kids sitting on desks and they've been fine. It was probably an old desk. Or, if you ARE morbidly obese, sitting at your computer complaining about it won't help.

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  TheOptimist  |  0

Agreed. I doubt that the OP was fat. Maybe she was a tiny bit heavier than average, but not fat enough to break any normal desk. Also, that would have to be a pretty mean teacher to ask an obese student to be the denontsrator. An obese kid could have trouble making the step up or down and be quite emberassed by this task.

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  cadillacgal79  |  32

I also agree, but at my school our desks are metal so unless this school has really chinesy wooden desks than o can see this happen to anybody who's on th heavier side. But if the teacher is an ass and chose u for that demonstration than FYL. Edit: Sorry about the typos my curser was lagging.

By  tiltwrestler  |  0

HAHAHAHHAAHH true that, #4! Fat people and their blame-shifting. It always makes my day. Gravity's never stopped me, I have a 29" vertical. You want to get in shape? Then just click on this article, or copy and paste it into the URL "web address" box, and press enter. THIS ARTICLE will change your life, and I guarantee that 3 months of following it will get you on any high school varsity team you want! (coming from a guy who started on his HS varsity football team since 10th, wrestling since 9th, and done lacrosse and track both, for varsity) http://www.ehow.com/how_4962510_become-better-athlete-allaround.html

By  sipefree  |  0

Gravity isn't a speed, it's an acceleration. >Who said she was fat ? gravity only works on fat people ? No, but the normal reaction on the table from fat people will be greater because the force of gravity increases with the mass of the person but does not increase in acceleration. FYL though that's a pretty sad thing to happen :(

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  iampunk  |  0

That's so much garbage. Gravities force doesn't increase. The kinetic energy does. And then as the table snaps, the potential energy is released. Smartass.

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