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  • jayn200
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    It's a cultural problem. It's very frowned upon to eat healthy in UK. It's not socially acceptable to turn down unhealthy food or try and eat healthy. All the fatties group together and do whatever they can to try and take down the rest of us.

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  • SueEllen
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    Originally posted by d000hg View Post
    He also said he'd secured a great Brexit deal. Most men his age probably would say they're too fat, it doesn't mean he was anything unusual.
    He was too fat and it depends where you live how unusual it is.


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  • d000hg
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    Originally posted by SueEllen View Post
    He was fat.

    He openly said he was too fat after he recovered from Covid.
    He also said he'd secured a great Brexit deal. Most men his age probably would say they're too fat, it doesn't mean he was anything unusual. Well-fed and under-exercised like many of us I am glad that he has had a bit of a wake-up call to get in better shape though, because we are not a healthy nation. About half of us are in a vaccine priority group for instance (can't remember if it's 20m:30m or 30m:20m)

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  • AtW
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    Originally posted by SueEllen View Post
    Rishi is loaded and his parents weren't poor either....


    No way...

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  • SueEllen
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    Originally posted by d000hg View Post

    Hardly fat really, just another middle-aged dad-bod.
    He was fat.

    He openly said he was too fat after he recovered from Covid.

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  • SueEllen
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    Originally posted by AtW View Post

    No, it's because Boris is a self-entitled twat, where as Rishi worked his up way from the slums...
    Rishi is loaded and his parents weren't poor either....

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  • d000hg
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    Originally posted by SueEllen View Post

    Which is why the PM is a fat git and the Chancellor isn't.
    Hardly fat really, just another middle-aged dad-bod.

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  • AtW
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    Originally posted by SueEllen View Post
    Which is why the PM is a fat git and the Chancellor isn't.
    No, it's because Boris is a self-entitled twat, where as Rishi worked his up way from the slums...

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  • SueEllen
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    Originally posted by northernladuk View Post

    But then it's not a proper kebab. What he's talking about is grilled sheeps eyes and pigs bottoms.
    Which is why the PM is a fat git and the Chancellor isn't.

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  • northernladuk
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    kebabs are healthy if grilled and without the crap on them.
    But then it's not a proper kebab. What he's talking about is grilled sheeps eyes and pigs bottoms.

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  • SueEllen
    started a topic Kebabs..

    Kebabs..

    Our glorious leader has lost a stone apparently, and likes a kebab. Rishi had to tell him on their tour of Middlesborough that kebabs are healthy if grilled and without the crap on them.

    Maybe MF needs to talk to Rishi...

    https://www.itv.com/news/2021-03-04/...ns-weight-loss

    Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he is “doing all I can to lose weight” as he announced funding to help the public get “fitter and healthier”.

    Mr Johnson said he has been eating fewer carbohydrates, avoiding chocolate and “no more late-night cheese”, coupled with early morning runs.

    It comes as the Government announced a £100 million package to help drive down levels of obesity – which increases a person’s risk of dying from Covid-19 or severe disease, as well as a number of other health problems.

    Mr Johnson became unwell with Covid-19 himself last year.

    In a video posted to Twitter, Mr Johnson said: “I’ve been doing a lot, in fact, everything I can, to lose weight and to feel fitter and healthier.

    “The result is I actually have lost some weight, quite a lot by my standards, and I feel much more energetic, I feel full of beans and I thoroughly, thoroughly recommend it.

    “I know there are many people in the same sort of position as I am, and I was, who want to lose weight. That’s why we’re investing now in that whole national objective.”

    Mr Johnson also confirmed the Government is looking at “various kinds” of Fit-Miles schemes – which could see overweight people paid to exercise in efforts to drive down levels of obesity.

    More than £70 million of the Government’s funding will be invested in weight management services – made available through the NHS and councils – enabling up to 700,000 adults to access support that can help them lose weight.

    The remaining £30 million will fund initiatives to help people maintain a healthy weight, including the Better Health campaign, behavioural weight management services and upskilling health workers in “early years services”.

    Mr Johnson announced the £100 million has been ring-fenced to help people lose weight, which will also make it easier for people to access GP appointments and useful apps.

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