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Areola Grandee posted this 24 December 2016 - Last edited 24 December 2016

Chutters sleeping off the Christmas lunch .... 2017 and he goes on a diet

steveintheforest posted this 24 December 2016

Originally posted by PhilippineSaint

Cocaine is good but speed gets the job done 

Tweaked that a bit for you Phil .... but it's all  horses for courses I suppose

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saintbletch posted this 24 December 2016 - Last edited 24 December 2016

Kudos to Rust Cohle for starting a thread effectively entitled "Fatso, you're a cunt.".

You'll make friends in these parts with that sort of passive-aggressive stance.

Per Chutters' request, I am happy to start a thread about weight loss from Jan 1st, BUT, I don't like to weigh myself frequently, as I find it demoralising when my weight fluctuates.

Flyd suggested a Cambro-Russo system that involves weighing yourself every five minutes and then, using interior angles, co-tangles and pythagaloo you can compute your Flyd-Weight over a period of time. I'll let him explain the details because on average, it was lost on me.

So, if I'm going to go to all this effort who is in?

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Rust Cohle posted this 24 December 2016

Fatties need shaming.  I know it's not at all pc but it is rewarding.    That aside as a reformed bunter I can offer support, advice and guidance if asked. 

Go gutbuckets go. Shed the blubber and become better humans 

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MrTrampoline posted this 24 December 2016

Originally posted by Rust Cohle

Mr trampoline I'm guessing your weight goes up and down?

Ha well played.

I'm a skinny fuck actually. It's smoking that's the big vice for me 

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steveintheforest posted this 24 December 2016

Originally posted by MrTrampoline

Originally posted by Rust Cohle

Mr trampoline I'm guessing your weight goes up and down?

Ha well played.

I'm a skinny fuck actually. It's smoking that's the big vice for me 

 me too  lou_sad

Areola Grandee posted this 24 December 2016 - Last edited 24 December 2016

Smoked for 20 years...average 20 a day... gave up cold turkey 3 years ago on Boxing day...had  a nasty chest infection, coughed so much that I had a not so health dose of blood in the sink... litterally crapped mself then and there and was at docs Jan 27... after a fuck load of tests and several weeks of shitting it, was diagnosed asa bacterial chest infection that because I had smoked and infected the lining  of my bronchia... not smoked since and satrted cycling as fat blokes look great in lyrca.. do around 6000miles a year, so much fitter than before not least because of no fags for 3 years, but reckon a new shiney Cipollini NK1K for next year will encourgae weight loss... 

Just gotta convince Mrs Ferret that 4k for a bike frame is a good investment lou_lol

saintbletch posted this 24 December 2016

Who washes your lycra undercrackers after 6000 miles of sitting on a Penguin paperback?

Sadoldgit posted this 24 December 2016

Well done for giving up the fags Chutters. I dont smoke nor does Mrs SOG and I am ever thankful that my children dont either. It really is a killer. Mind you, many of us have our poisons and mine is red wine. I really need to cut down. As for weight, the Mrs and I have both been on the 5-2 diet and have both lost over a stone this year. The weight seems to have evened out now and I have settled at 13st 10lbs. I'd like to get down to 13st but cant see that happening in the new couple of weeks!!!

Well done too to those who have lost weight this year. It gets harder that older you get I know, but it is worth it in the long run.

MrTrampoline posted this 24 December 2016

Originally posted by Chutney Ferret

Smoked for 20 years...average 20 a day... gave up cold turkey 3 years ago on Boxing day...had  a nasty chest infection, coughed so much that I had a not so health dose of blood in the sink... litterally crapped mself then and there and was at docs Jan 27... after a fuck load of tests and several weeks of shitting it, was diagnosed asa bacterial chest infection that because I had smoked and infected the lining  of my bronchia... not smoked since and satrted cycling as fat blokes look great in lyrca.. do around 6000miles a year, so much fitter than before not least because of no fags for 3 years, but reckon a new shiney Cipollini NK1K for next year will encourgae weight loss... 

Just gotta convince Mrs Ferret that 4k for a bike frame is a good investment lou_lol

See this is the thing, I have managed to quit for several weeks (and at times months) at times in the past. I actually managed to go from NYE 2013/2014 to the first Saturday of the 2014 World Cup (had a few spliffs that night) without smoking anything at all - but as soon as a stressful thing comes up I end up having one...then another...then another and so on.

Trouble is I think the knowledge that I sort of have 'quit' in the past (and re-taken it up again) has actually worked against me, as I can always tell myself "ah I'm perfectly capable of quitting whenever I like".

Anyway, pardon my derail. Good luck fat boys lou_lol

Sfcsim posted this 24 December 2016

Originally posted by Chutney Ferret

Like this ...am big into cycling andi n summer will do 300km a week...but really shitty weather does me in up here in the frozen North over winter + Crisps and beer...and many hotel nights when away with work...basically I am too frucking weak and like the beer and crisps too much... 

I really need a fat buddy to help with motivation... PapswebFatclub must rise from ashes and help us fat cunts become the adonis's we were always meant to be...  make it happen Bletch, make it happen!

 Cycling continues, not much for 7 days, but need to pick it up again from Boxing Day. 

Areola Grandee posted this 24 December 2016

Tramps... You can really only succeed in giving up when you realise that the 'stress' is just an excuse. It's the way additiction works... Your brain becomes programmed to tell you that you caneasy give up when the time is right... Which is not just now as everything is so stressful. 

My brian still keeps trying to tell me a cig would really help with the dealing with the shit at work... It provides me me with mental flavours and tastes to tempt me back on the cancer weed. But I just tell it to go fuck itself. I know it would taste great and help... But that it is also going to fuck with my lungs and Mrs Ferret would never let me buy that frame if I Went back in the fags

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PhilippineSaint posted this 26 December 2016

Originally posted by Chutney Ferret

Tramps... You can really only succeed in giving up when you realise that the 'stress' is just an excuse. It's the way additiction works... Your brain becomes programmed to tell you that you caneasy give up when the time is right... Which is not just now as everything is so stressful. 

My brian still keeps trying to tell me a cig would really help with the dealing with the shit at work... It provides me me with mental flavours and tastes to tempt me back on the cancer weed. But I just tell it to go fuck itself. I know it would taste great and help... But that it is also going to fuck with my lungs and Mrs Ferret would never let me buy that frame if I Went back in the fags

Is That a certain Mr Earsy ? 

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MrTrampoline posted this 27 December 2016

Originally posted by Chutney Ferret

Tramps... You can really only succeed in giving up when you realise that the 'stress' is just an excuse. It's the way additiction works... Your brain becomes programmed to tell you that you caneasy give up when the time is right... Which is not just now as everything is so stressful. 

My brian still keeps trying to tell me a cig would really help with the dealing with the shit at work... It provides me me with mental flavours and tastes to tempt me back on the cancer weed. But I just tell it to go fuck itself. I know it would taste great and help... But that it is also going to fuck with my lungs and Mrs Ferret would never let me buy that frame if I Went back in the fags

 You are of course, quite right. It's up to me to toughen up and quit