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Old 05-31-2006, 12:44 PM   #21
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Sad the boy is gonna suffer if someone doesn't step in and get him turned around.
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Old 05-31-2006, 12:45 PM   #22
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My softball coach in HS was 300+ lbs. She had a thyroid disorder. She blew up out of no where. She had always been thin and then that happened. My grandmother had a thyroid disorder and it caused her to lose weight. She weighed like 90lbs. I definatly believe in weigh gain or loss due to medical problems
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Old 05-31-2006, 12:46 PM   #23
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geez...poor kid..u can bet he's gonna hate his parents later on down the road.
I'm sure he hates them everytime he steps onto the playground and he's 'it'..
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Old 05-31-2006, 12:47 PM   #24
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I had a homeboy who just got gastric bypass surgery about almost a year ago i guess.. He was over 400lbs and now he weighs like 200. Looks like a totally different person. I'm sure this kid will need the same surgery to avoid complications with his health.
He is a new person! well, at least half of the one he was. I hope he can maintan that weight and work at keeping it down. I've read about so many people doing that operation and letting it go right back because they can't control their old habits. Honestly, I don't feel bad because like I said, I think it's a control thing and not as much hereditary or genetic.
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im not a midget , i was actually born with a type of dwarfism, but i took medication for 12 yrs to reach just 5'6"
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Old 05-31-2006, 12:50 PM   #25
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Old 05-31-2006, 12:54 PM   #26
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I've known twin sisters since before High School that have always been big. They're parents are big, but the other 4 sisters and 1 brother aren't. The twins BOTH had the surgery and within 3 yrs were back to the old size.
Diet and excercise just didn't work, and they have always been active hard working girls.
Some people are just the opposite......I'm only 10 pounds heavier than my Sr. in HS..................and that was a LONG time ago!!!
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Old 05-31-2006, 12:59 PM   #27
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poor kid. he's gonna be picked on for sure!! that sucks.
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:laughing6 future WWF the blob
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Old 05-31-2006, 01:44 PM   #29
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OH SNAP!

i thought that was my little brother!!! hahaha

I bought him a Barcelona jersey just like that and that is what he looked like when he tried it on. I didn't realize he was so big so i bought it too small for him.

He is 12 years old 240lbs! though he is already 5'9"
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Old 05-31-2006, 01:51 PM   #30
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dont poke him in the stomach he may go "hehe" or give you some cresent rolls or maybe even burst! ahhhhhh
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. I saw a show and people were talking about there medical condition that caused them to gain weight, and then they'd talk about their eating habits. Let's see, 12 eggs, 1 gallon of milk or juice and a whole pack of bacon for breakfast. The medical condition may have triggered it, but they seem to encourage it afterward. :dontknow:

Hopefully if that happens to me, someone will be there to keep slapping food out of my hand.
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foreal thoe how they do they take a shitt
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Old 05-31-2006, 02:13 PM   #35
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foreal thoe how they do they take a shitt
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gotta have a toilet the size of a bathtub!
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gotta have a toilet the size of a bathtub!
what yall dont? hm... i thought everyone had one those...... :BangHead:
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Dont they look happy....no more breaking toilets with their gigantic .


The Great John is substantially more robust than a standard toilet. Standard designs are not meant to withstand a big person.

For STABILITY, we designed a super wide base. To insure STURDINESS, we also added reinforcements into the base. Our toilets are tested to 2000 lb. To eliminate the problem of the SEAT SLIDING, we provide "Anti-Side" fins for safety. This also prevents pinching. "Just in case you had a Silverback coming to take a in your bathroom."

Finally, Great John Toilets added a second SET OF ANCHORS at the front sides of the base to increase protection against movement of the unit from the floor. "WTF WHO MOVES TOILETS FROM THE FLOOR!!"

A regular toilet has a terribly small seat. This creates very uncomfortable pressure points, consequently producing numbness in the legs and thighs from lack of proper blood flow.
"How long are these people on the toilet for thier legs to go numb?"
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you listen to the buzz way to much. i'll be listening to the buzz some mornings and i'll say i bet boost junkie posts that on the board later on. :laughing6
i listen to it every morning on the way to work and i check the website daily. It's how I keep up with current events lol
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I GOT MADE FUN OF IN ELEMENTRY :( BUT TOHSE KID THAT MADE FUN OF ME ARE EITHER GAY LITERLY MISPELLED...OR KIDS WHO THINK THRE COOL AND SAD WHILE ME I WAS HAPPY THEN AND IM HAPPY NOW SHOOOT AND I HAVE FRIENDS
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