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  • Premier Icon mikewsmith
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    bored + few beers + lack of imagination = quick troll?

    Premier Icon maccruiskeen
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    Well done. Can you use the same black and white thinking to cure cancer?

    samuri
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    The wife pointed out last night to me that some people who ride bikes are fat.

    This was news to me. Who are these fat cyclists? Why are they fat when they cycle? Are they doing it wrong? It’s very confusing.

    My ‘overweight’ good friend consistently wins local tt’s – your equation sucks!

    I’m <10% body fat and far from uber fit also – which doesn’t directly argue your nonsense, but I don’t have to particularly work hard to be that way.

    piemonster
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    I blame evolution

    Premier Icon metalheart
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    Let’s be charitable for a minute and assume that you are genuine…

    You could start here: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Why-We-Get-Fat-Vintage/dp/0307474259

    Nice, simple treatment of the issue.

    HTH.

    j5kol
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    I have always been mystified as to why some people are fat ? I think i may have come up with the answer. The equation below, although very simplistic goes some way to explaining this conundrum

    Lazyness x Greed + (-Motivation) = Fat Person

    Premier Icon unklehomered
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    Should be good, Choc HobNob Carrot slice and seed mix anyone?

    headfirst
    Member

    (Me + chocolate + crisps + curry + beer + sweets + biscuits) x many = fat “cuddly”

    toys19
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    See that book metalheart? It’s bloody good.

    glupton1976
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    What about the fit fat?

    Premier Icon metalheart
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    See that book metalheart? It’s bloody good.

    Indeed. It might even have been why I recommended it… :mrgreen:

    jon1973
    Member

    I have always been mystified as to why some people are fat ? I think i may have come up with the answer. The equation below, although very simplistic goes some way to explaining this conundrum

    Lazyness x Greed + (-Motivation) = Fat Person

    You’ve always wondered why some people are fat, and you finally came to the conclusion that they eat too much and/or don’t exercise enough.

    I think you could be the next Stephen Hawkins.

    I’ve never seen a fat nurse on a bike.

    *runs off*

    cbmotorsport
    Member

    I’m a little ‘cuddly’, 14st in my birthday suit and 5’11”.

    I do not lack motivation, I am pretty fit, I ride 4 times a week at least. I am not lazy. I enjoy food and I like a drink…

    theflatboy
    Member

    ^^^ does it bother you?

    j5kol
    Member

    I am interested to know how the “fat nurse” fits into the equation ?

    ianpinder
    Member

    I rode 10000km across Africa last year and was still 22stone when I came back.

    cbmotorsport
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    theflatboy – Member

    ^^^ does it bother you?

    Not really. I have been 10.5 stone in the past when I was a fairly serious runner, but that meant depriving myself of things I like, constantly watching what I ate, and running 45 miles a week. I’m a much happier cuddly cyclist than a stick thin runner. 😀

    Premier Icon buck53
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    Obvious troll is obvious. And tedious. And not funny.

    Lady Gresley
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    I’m fat, and I ride my bike every day – for example, tomorrow I have a 17 mile each way commute. Am I doing it wrong?

    Lady G – is your bike called a Yamaha RD125?

    theflatboy
    Member

    cbmotorsport – Member

    theflatboy – Member

    ^^^ does it bother you?

    Not really. I have been 10.5 stone in the past when I was a fairly serious runner, but that meant depriving myself of things I like, constantly watching what I ate, and running 45 miles a week. I’m a much happier cuddly cyclist than a stick thin runner.

    All is well, then. 🙂

    makeitorange
    Member

    A more useful equation(just to stop this thread being completely pointless), which seems to get overlooked on the various diet threads (sorry to the people that already know this):

    1 lb of fat = approx. 3500 calories

    Therefore if you if you eat 3,500 calories more than you burn you put on approx. 1lb and visa versa. Unless you have some medical problem this is why people are/aren’t fat, and also why diets that claim you can lose 1/2 a stone in a week are complete bilge unless you count dehydration.

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