The Virus Made Me Eat It

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  1. Drewski

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    Uglybob69 I miss beer.

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    "That means for some people it is not their fault they are fat, Dhurandhar said."
     
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    I blame my childhood obesity on sugar and laziness :o
     
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    fucking excuses
     
  5. Skeletor

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    virus, more like stupid people not realizing to teach their kids mcdonalds and candy every day are not ok... am i rite
     
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    Diet plays a huge part in it (no shit). When I was living at home with my parents, I could never put on any weight. I guess that was partly because my parents kept next to nothing in the house to eat, and partly because my mom was a horrid cook. When I moved out, shit kind of clicked after a few months and i started getting bigger/stronger.

    It's really strange to go into most of my friends' places and see how much junk food there is and then come home and look in my cabinets. :hs:
     
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    the findings of the study do not blame a virus for overeating, merely increased production and conversion of fat cells from stem cells. Such would make it easier to get fat and harder to lose fat.

    not agreeing or disagreeing with the study, just pointing out what it means.
     
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