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  1. Two types of adverts on television. The first is where people cannot perform simple everyday tasks while in black and white, like sleeping on a mattress or chopping an onion, this is usually a JML / shopping channel advert. The second is those overly homely adverts for life services usually involving typical everyday conversations that nobody has ever had, ever. They always have the line "what's the name of that (insert life service like insurance, death plan, chimney sweep)? Oh yes I must check them out. Hahaha" Yawn.
  2. If it helps, nothing I've read here has inspired me.
  3. I would think another normalising factor is being a fat face in a fat crowd, simple as that. I also think there will be a portion of people don't think they have a problem. Rightly or wrongly. Anyone can point and say "you have a problem", it's up to the recipient to think they do. Ignorance with cake is bliss.
  4. It also calls upon the same sweeping generalisation approach I challenged BryanC about.
  5. I think that is irrelevant and potentially harmful to this thread. I care about obesity and the discussion, I don't understand or give a flying flick about the other topic.
  6. If it helps to the black and white thinking, you are wrong. No, really. I will be too, but I can accept that.
  7. Congratulations everybody, we made it to the other side. I can confirm that nothing has changed and we were panicking over nothing. A Toronto match not being televised was the new "Millennium Bug".
  8. And because I like my made up theory I'll elaborate using convenience, winning at rugby and (dieting) requires: Attitude (belief) Trust (responsibility) Natural ability (genes) Discipline (willpower) Coaching (knowledge) Skill (cooking) Decision making (food choices) Organised defence (managing cravings) Attack (shopping?) I'm running out of ideas now. ... Ready meals (Dual Reg, Fev!)
  9. I hear you, I understand. My original point was if that isn't you, then ignore it, live your life and let them live theirs. I don't see the point standing on the side booing them! Anyway my local take away opens soon!! I'll be back to criticise the delivery driver...
  10. Cheers, and I'm doing alright at the moment. Whether your comments were +/- they won't affect me much. Hence my questioning why you would you impart a negative dialogue to a strangers (the post which started this conflab). You mention about pointing out someone has red hair or is black but what you said had negative connotations, ie you bad. If the same is said about someone who is black that is racism. (I hope I'm making sense). The rest of your post is well thought out however I take issue with simple calorie deficit, to compare with rugby league, all West Wales Raiders have to do is score more points than their opponents and they win. Yet they haven't, why not? Calories in v calories out is the formula to "win", the hour to hour, day to day challenge of weight loss is the minutes of the game of rugby as it were.
  11. That sorts the real Top 5 then. *runs away giggling*
  12. I have one. It's one of those letter, 2 digit number then 3 letters initials. It came with the car and means nowt to me personally.
  13. I'm not apologising for people who are obese. I'm just as disappointed/disgusted/frustrated, and that includes my own self image, but slagging someone off for the way they are in any "criteria" (there's probably a better word) doesn't help IMO. I don't know you but I bet you have something someone will judge you for, we all do.
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