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Darth Biscuit

Fiz, still want to kill the fat people?

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Cause here's another reason apparently...

http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/article2387203.ece

THE rising number of fat people was yesterday blamed for global warming.

Scientists warned that the increase in big-eaters means more food production — a major cause of CO2 gas emissions warming the planet.

Overweight people are also more likely to drive, adding to environmental damage.

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this has been known for a while

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New article though... stunning insights from the UK as always.

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Damn it Panthro... is that why it's so hot today?

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I think I will go to the Golden Coral today. I'm going to drive my SUV and take the back way so I catch all the lights. I will proceed to eat several plates of food. Then I am going to fart all the way to the crapper here at work. After I take a huge sh*t, I am not going to flush. This will serve my guilty pleasures on two fronts: 1) The more my sh*t marinates, the more greenhouse gas it will produce and 2) I am assured to disgust a skinny f*cker that enters the stall to go peepee.

Gonna be a good day indeed.

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Gonna be a good day indeed.

Perhaps for you but by tonight your dog is going to commit suicide.

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My wife is destined for a Dutch Oven tonight.

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